Results from Webster District Court

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Allien Elizabeth Boudreau entered a plea of guilty to possession of marijuana or synthetic cannabinoids. The improper lane usage charge was dismissed. She was sentenced to 90 days of active supervised probation and must pay $75 monthly fee. She must pay $300 plus court costs or serve 30 days in the Webster Parish Jail. She can do community service in lieu of fine; court costs must be paid.

Teuanna Brim was charged with possession of marijuana or synthetic cannabinoids, operating a vehicle while license is suspended/revoked/cancelled, texting while driving and failure to use safety belt. Bond was set at $300 each for possession of marijuana and operating a vehicle while license is suspended/revoked/cancelled charges. Bond was set at $100 each for texting while driving and failure to use safety belt charges. Bench warrant issued.

Marcus Alan Burge entered a plea of guilty to three counts of failure to comply with personal flotation device requirements. He must pay $50 plus court costs on each count over 90 days or serve five days in the Webster Parish Jail. He was sentenced to 15 days in the Webster Parish Jail, suspended, and 90 days of active supervised probation. He must pay $75 monthly fee.

Julie Cassels entered a plea of guilty to resisting an officer, credit for time served.

Willie J. Davis III was charged with simple criminal damage to property under $500 and careless operation of a motor vehicle. A probation warrant was issued.

Lane Dunn entered a plea of guilty to misdemeanor carnal knowledge of a juvenile. The charges of criminal mischief and unauthorized use of a movable valued at $500 or less were dismissed. He was sentenced to six months in the Webster Parish Jail, all but 60 days suspended and one year of unsupervised probation. He must pay $500 plus court costs or serve 60 days in the Webster Parish Jail, credit for time served.

Sarah J. Edge was charged with two counts of improper supervision of a minor by parent or legal custodian. Review was passed to May 20.

Stanley W. George entered a plea of not guilty to two charges of buying fish from an unlicensed dealer and taking alligators without license. Further disposition set for March 21.

Steven Gilbert entered a plea of not guilty to distribution of a Schedule II CDS. Status conference is set for March 14, with trial set for May 9.

Lacandy Gipson entered a plea of guilty to resisting an officer and battery of a police officer. The disturbing the peace charge was dismissed. She must pay $150 plus court costs or serve 30 days in the Webster Parish Jail within six months on the resisting an officer charge. For battery of a police officer, she was sentenced to six months in the Webster Parish Jail, suspended and one year of active supervised probation. She must pay a $100 monthly probation fee and $500 plus court costs over six months of her probation. She must also attend anger management and serve community service.

George Gomillion was charged with felony theft. Review was passed to July 8.

Casey Joseph Green entered a plea of guilty to aggravated assault. He was sentenced to 90 days in the Webster Parish Jail, suspended, six months of active supervised probation, anger management, and GED program. He must pay $200 plus court costs or serve 30 days in jail and $100 monthly probation fee.
The charge of theft of $500 or more but less that $1,500 against Brittany Hafer was dismissed.

Daniel W. Hair was charged with three counts of disturbing the peace. Terms of probation deemed unsatisfied.

Charges of creation of a clandestine lab and conspiracy to create a clandestine lab against Hoyt Harrington were dismissed.

Deandre Harrison was charged with operating a vehicle while intoxicated. Probation violation hearing was passed to July 8.

Thomas Edward Hord, Jr. entered a plea of guilty to operating a vehicle while intoxicated and an amended charge of no driver’s license. The intentional littering charge was dismissed. On the charge of operating a vehicle while intoxicated, he was sentenced to 60 days, suspended and one year of active supervised probation. He must pay $500 plus court costs or 30 days in the Webster Parish Jail and $100 monthly probation fee. On the no driver’s license charge, he must pay $40 plus court costs or serve 5 days in the Webster Parish Jail.

Rosevelt Isreal, Jr. was charged with two counts of operating a vehicle while intoxicated, possession of alcoholic beverages in motor vehicle, improper lane usage, flight from an officer, and operating a vehicle without properly lit lamps for condition. Trial was continued until March 11.

The charge of unauthorized use of a movable valued in excess of $500 against Tadasha Johnson was dismissed. Restitution has been paid.

Alhasnat G. Laghari was charged with possession with intent to distribute a Schedule I CDS and possession with intent to distribute a Schedule II CDS. For the possession with intent to distribute a Schedule I CDS, he was sentenced to seven years of hard labor at the Louisiana Department of Corrections, suspended and five years of active supervised probation. He must pay $2,500 plus court costs or serve six months in the Webster Parish Jail and a $100 monthly probation fee. For the charge of possession with intent to distribute a Schedule II CDS, he was sentenced to 15 years of hard labor at the Louisiana Department of Corrections, suspended, all but two years without benefit, credit for time served. He must pay $5,000 plus court costs or serve six months in the Webster Parish Jail. Sentences to run consecutive. Fines run consecutive, everything else concurrent. He must also attend four NA or AA meetings per month.

The charge of migratory game bird violations against Thomas D. Langley was dismissed.

The charge of theft of goods under $500 against Edwin M. Leathers was dismissed.

Rickey Joseph Lewis was charged with hunting without non-resident license and hunting without nonresident big game/duck/wild turkey license. The charge of hunting with an unplugged gun was dismissed. Fines were paid.

Erin Lozada was charged with possession of marijuana or synthetic marijuana, possession of drug paraphernalia, improper lane usage, and possession of alcoholic beverages in motor vehicle. Review was continued until July 6.

James Manning entered a plea of not guilty to obscenity. Status conference is set for March 21, with trial set for May 9.

Deandre F. Marshall entered a plea of guilty to two amended charges of attempted felony theft. The obstruction of justice by tampering with evidence charge was dismissed. He was sentenced to one year in the Webster Parish Jail, suspended and one year of active supervised probation. He must pay $1,000 plus court costs over probation or serve 30 days in the Webster Parish Jail and $100 monthly probation fee. Fines and costs to run concurrent, restitution is cumulative.

Heather Mason entered a plea of guilty to simple battery. She was sentenced to 30 days in the Webster Parish Jail, credit for time served.

Alfred N. McCann, Jr was charged with possession of marijuana or synthetic cannabinoids and resisting an officer. A probation warrant was issued.

James Merritt entered a plea of not guilty to operating a vehicle while intoxicated. Further disposition set for March 11.

Lugean Mingo was charged with operating a vehicle while intoxicated, careless operation of a motor vehicle and failure to use safety belt. Trial was passed to March 11.

Tylere Monday was charged with theft under $750. Review is set for April 11.

Gregory Moore entered a plea of not guilty to theft of goods under $500. Trial set for May 6.

Sharon Renee Morse entered a plea of guilty to possession of alcoholic beverages in motor vehicles. The improper lane usage and expired driver’s license charges were dismissed. She must pay $50 plus court costs or serve five days in the Webster Parish Jail.

Johnny R. Perkins was charged with unauthorized use of a movable valued at $500 or less. A probation warrant was issued.

Clinton Ratley was charged with operating vehicle while intoxicated, battery of a police officer, and careless operation of a motor vehicle. Trial was passed to May 20.

Cornelius M. Reynolds entered a plea of guilty to possession with intent to distribute a Schedule I CDS. He was sentenced to six years of hard labor at the Louisiana Department of Corrections, to run consecutive with any other including parole violation. Substance abuse treatment is recommended. Credit for time served.

Wiley E. Ridder entered a plea of guilty to possession of marijuana or synthetic cannabinoids. The improper lane usage charge was dismissed. He was sentenced to 15 days in the Webster Parish Jail, credit for time served.

Edward Rowe entered a plea of guilty to operating a vehicle while under suspension for certain prior offenses and possession of alcoholic beverages in motor vehicles. The improper lane usage and operating a vehicle without proper required equipment charges were dismissed. On the operating a vehicle while under suspension charge, he was sentenced to 30 days in the Webster Parish Jail, credit for time served. On the possession of alcoholic beverages in motor vehicles, he was sentenced to 30 days in the Webster Parish Jail, credit for time served. Sentences to run consecutive.

Samuel Shoemaker was charged with operating a vehicle while intoxicated and possession of marijuana or synthetic cannabinoids. Trial was passed to April 29.

Kasey Alana Smith was charged with forgery. Status conference was passed to March 14.

Michael William Thomas was charged with racketeering. His bond was reduced to $10,000. Status conference set for April 11.

Randall L. Tims was charged with aggravated burglary of an inhabited dwelling and home invasion. Status conference is set for April 11, with trial set for July 18.

Michael Edward Trice was charged with racketeering. His bond was reduced to $10,000. Probation was revoked for the charge of unauthorized entry of an inhabited dwelling. He must serve original sentence with credit for time served.

Phillip O’Neal Washington entered a plea of guilty to the amended charge of driving while intoxicated (first offense). The charge of failure to stop at a stop sign was dismissed. He was sentenced to six months in the Webster Parish Jail, suspended and one year of active supervised probation. He must pay $100 monthly probation fee and $1,000 plus court costs or serve 60 days in the Webster Parish Jail. He must attend two AA meetings per month and serve community service within 90 days.

Tasha Williams entered a plea of guilty to theft of assets of an aged person or disabled person. Sentencing is set for May 20.

Jaylon Wortham was charged with possession of a Schedule II CDS. Probation violation hearing is to be reset.

Ronald D. Harris was charged with possession of a Schedule II CDS. Status conference was continued until March 11, with trial set for July 18.

Charles L. Harrison was charged with domestic abuse battery and simple assault. Bond was set at $10,000, on the condition of no alcohol or drugs, must submit to screenings, show prescriptions and attend anger management. Court date is to be reset, per district attorney, with arraignment set for March 21.

Damal Jarontae Bailey was charged with aggravated second degree battery. Arraignment and status conference were reset for March 14, with trial set for May 9.

Mason Dane Barry was charged with simple escape. Probation revocation hearing to be reset, with disposition of pending charge.

Daniel Edwin Brewer entered a plea of not guilty to distribution of a Schedule II CDS. Status conference is set for March 14, with trial set for July 18.

Demetric A. Carey entered a plea of guilty to unauthorized entry of a place of business and unauthorized use of a motor vehicle. He was sentenced to three years of hard labor at the Louisiana Department of Corrections for each charge. Sentences are to run concurrent, but consecutive to any other. Drug rehab recommended, including but not limited to the Steve Hoyle Program.

Marcus Elkins entered a plea of not guilty to illegal possession of stolen things over $500, but under $1,500. Status conference is set for March 14, with trial set for July 18.

David Scott Fuller was charged with possession of a firearm or carrying a concealed weapon by a convicted felon, improper use of registration/license plates/license, no insurance, and operating a vehicle with an expired motor vehicle inspection. He is to be held without bond. Trial is set for April 25.

Evangela C. Green was charged with attempted distribution of a Schedule II CDS. Sentencing hearing was continued until March 28.

Eric M. Gullett was charged with resisting an officer with force or violence. Status conference was passed to Feb. 26, with trial set for April 25.

Jeremy Hampton entered a plea of guilty to resisting an officer with force or violence. He was sentenced to three years of hard labor at the Louisiana Department of Corrections. He must pay restitution of $500 plus $75 fee. Sentence is to run concurrent.

Edward Dewayn Harris was charged with possession with intent to distribute a Schedule II CDS. A bench warrant was issued. Bond was set at $150,000.

Tikilya S. Harris was charged with identity theft and theft of $5,000 or more but less than $25,000. Arraignment is set for March 21.

Joshua Henderson entered a plea of guilty to the amended charge of simple battery. He was sentenced to six months in the Webster Parish Jail, suspended, and one year of active supervised probation. He must pay $100 plus court costs plus $2,095 in restitution.

Christopher Jiiarreld Hicks was charged with forcible rape. His probation was revoked and he must serve the original sentence consecutive to any other.

Michael D. Hill was charged with possession with intent to distributed a Schedule II CDS. He was sentenced to 10 years of hard labor at the Louisiana Department of Corrections.

Ryan Hoffman was charged with attempted simple escape. Status hearing is continued until March 28.

Ellen L. Houck was charged with theft under $750. Arraignment is set for Feb. 26.

Tommi Jo Irby was charged with illegal possession of stolen things over $500. Probation was revoked and she must serve original sentence consecutive to any other.

Michael Jackson was charged with attempted felony theft and simple criminal trespassing. The case was dismissed.

Bobbie Ray Johnson entered a plea of not guilty to possession of a firearm or carrying a concealed weapon by a convicted felon. Status conference is set for March 14, with trial set for July 18.

Carly Marie Keen was charged with theft of goods $500 or more but less than $1,500 and possession of a Schedule IV CDS. Bond return date is set for March 14.

Timothy O. Kimmons was charged with resisting an officer with force or violence and conspiracy to distribute a Schedule I CDS. He was sentenced to three years of hard labor at the Louisiana Department of Corrections on the charge of resisting an officer with force or violence. On the charge of conspiracy to distribute a Schedule I CDS he was sentenced to 15 years of hard labor at the Louisiana Department of Corrections, all but three years suspended and four years of active supervised probation. Sentences are to run concurrent and consecutive to any other. Substance abuse treatment recommended while incarcerated.

Jessica A. Kirksey was charged with conspiracy to distribute a Schedue I CDS. She was sentenced to 10 years of hard labor at the Louisiana Department of Corrections, all but one year suspended, and three years of active supervised probation. She must pay $5,000 plus court costs, prorated monthly.

Kadarrion D. Mason was charged with possession with intent to distribute a Schedule II CDS, possession with intent to distribute a Schedule I CDS, and possession of drug paraphernalia. Arraignment is set for March 14.

Rodney Miller entered a plea of not guilty to possession of marijuana or synthetic cannabinoids. Status conference is set for April 11, with trial set for July 18.

Willie Ira Miller was charged with monetary instrument abuse, two counts of distribution of marijuana, three counts of simple burglary, and conspiracy forgery. Probation was revoked and he must serve original sentence for the charge of monetary instrument abuse and the two counts of distribution of marijuana. He entered a plea of not guilty to the three counts of simple burglary. Status conference is set for March 28, with trial set for April 25. On the charge of conspiracy to commitforgery, status conference was reset for March 28, with trial set for April 25.

Alonzo Moore entered a plea of guilty to unauthorized use of a motor vehicle. He was sentenced to two years of hard labor at the Louisiana Department of Corrections, all but six months to run concurrent with any other.

Washekeyia Moore entered a plea of not guilty to resisting an officer and disturbing the peace by offensive language. Further disposition set for April 8.

Jackie Glynne Murray, Jr entered a plea of guilty to possession of a Schedule II CDS. He was sentenced to two years of hard labor at the Louisiana Department of Corrections and one year of active supervised probation. He must pay $1,500 plus court costs. Review is set for July 25.

Crystal Neely was charged with possession of a Schedule II CDS. Fines and costs have been paid, she is to continue reporting.

Micky D. Pool entered a plea of not guilty to distribution of a Schedule II CDS. Status conference is set for March 21, with trial set for May 9.

Patrick Glen Poston entered a plea of guilty to unauthorized use of a motor vehicle. The forgery charge was dismissed. Presentence investigation ordered, sentencing is set for June 13.

Carttavious Qualls was charged with molestation of a juvenile. Status conference was continued until March 28, with trial set for April 25.

Isaiah M. Santiago entered a plea of guilty to possession with intent to distribute a Schedule IV CDS. Case was referred to drug court, with review set for March 28.

Terrel James Smith was charged with aggravated burglary of an inhabited dwelling and simple burglary of a religious building. He was sentenced to seven years of hard labor at the Louisiana Department of Corrections for each charge, credit for time served. Sentences to run concurrent.

Joshua L. St. Jaques entered a plea of not guilty to indecent behavior with a juvenile. Status conference is set for April 4, with trial set for May 9.

Daniel E. Taylor, Jr was charged with aggravated assault with a firearm. Status hearing was continued until April 18, with trial set for April 25.

Dexter D. Walker entered a plea of not guilty to monetary instrument abuse. Status conference is set for March 11, with trial set for July 18.

Gary Walker was charged with unauthorized use of an access card of $500 or more but less than $1,500. Bench warrant was issued. Status conference was reset for March 28, with trial set for April 25.

William White entered a plea of not guilty to sale/distribution/possession of legend drug without prescription and three counts of theft under $750. Status conference is set for March 21, with trial set for April 25.

Alpheaus Williams was charged with possession with intent to distribute a Schedule II CDS. Bond was set at $150,000. Status conference set for March 28, with trial set for April 25.

Mark Allan Willis entered a plea of not guilty to domestic abuse battery. Trial is set for April 15.

Robert Holloway was charged with conspiracy to distribute a Schedule II CDS. Review set for July 25, he must have proof of payment.

Chris W. Adams was charged with possession of a Schedule II CDS, possession of drug paraphernalia, and operating a vehicle with an expired driver’s license. A bench warrant was issued.

Sedricka Adams was charged with conspiracy to obstruction of justice. Trial is set for July 18.

Jonathan A. Bazile entered a plea of guilty to resisting an officer with force or violence. The operating a vehicle while intoxicated charge was dismissed. He was sentenced to two years of hard labor at the Louisiana Department of Corrections, all but six months suspended, and two years of active supervised probation. He must pay a probation fee and $500 plus court costs over the first year.

Dakari Bracy was charged with possession with intent to distribute a Schedule I CDS. Status conference was passed to April 11, with trial set for July 18.

Dever Andre Burns was charged with distribution of a Schedule II CDS. He was sentenced to 10 years of hard labor at the Louisiana Department of Corrections, all but three years suspended, first two years without benefit, credit for time served. He also has five years of active supervised probation. He must pay $1,500 plus court costs.

Sylvester Coleman entered a plea of guilty to an amended charge of resisting an officer. He was sentenced to six months in the Webster Parish Jail, credit for time served.

Derrick Lyndon Davidson was charged with illegal use/possession/control of weapons – crime of violence or CDS. Bench warrant was recalled.

Allan Delgado was charged with possession with intent to distribute a Schedule I CDS. Status conference was continued until April 11.

Sherry Lynn Doster was charged with possession of a Schedule IV CDS. Probation revocation hearing is to be reset.

Aquris A. Elkins entered a plea of guilty to aggravated flight from an officer where human life is endangered. Sentencing is set for April 11.

James Hawthorne entered a plea of guilty to an amended charged of simple battery. He was sentenced to six months in the Webster Parish Jail, credit for time served.

Amanda Jean Howe was charged with theft of a firearm. Status conference was passed to Feb. 29, with trial set for July 18.

Alford Gene Mims Jr. was charged with unauthorized use of a motor vehicle. Status conference was passed to Feb. 26, with trial set for July 18.

Chrystal Duan Thomas was charged with possession of a Schedule II CDS.

Michael J. Walker Jr. was charged with operating a vehicle while intoxicated, operating a vehicle while under suspension for certain prior offenses and simple obstruction of a highway. Status conference was continued until May 23.

Billy W. Wallace, III was charged with second degree battery and illegal possession of stolen things. Status conference was passed to April 11, with trial set for July 18.

Leon Williams was charged with habitual offender law. Case was handled in Civil Docket number 66896. The charges of two counts of distribution of a Schedule II CDS and possession of marijuana. That case was handled in Civil Docket number 69160. On the charges of felony possession of marijuana and possession of drug paraphernalia, the case was handled in Civil Docket number 63084.

Larry Gene Willis entered a plea of not guilty to simple burglary of an inhabited dwelling. Status conference is set for April 11, with trial set for July 18.

Travellus Kendrell Young entered a plea of guilty to distribution of a Schedule II CDS. He was sentenced to seven years of hard labor at the Louisiana Department of Corrections, first two years without benefit, to run concurrent with any other. Substance abuse treatment is recommended.

Claude Yount, III was charged with three counts of a Schedule I CDS and possession with intent to distribute a Schedule I CDS. Both rule to show cause and sanity hearings were passed to April 11.

Editor’s Note: All listings are preliminary results of the Webster District Court and have not been entered into the clerk of court’s file.

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