Results from Webster District Court

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Cameron Blake Alfred entered a plea of guilty to an amended charge of criminal trespassing. He must pay $125 plus court costs or serve 20 days in the Webster Parish Jail, credit for time served.

Christopher Kelly Bell was charged with computer aided solicitation of a minor. The status conference was reset for March 14; the trial was reset for March 14.

Jalen D. Bell entered a plea of not guilty to simple burglary. The status conference is set for March 28, with trial set for April 25.

Michael Grant Bell entered a plea of guilty to second-degree battery. He is set for sentencing May 2.

Demetric A. Carey entered a plea of not guilty to unauthorized entry of a place of business and unauthorized use of a motor vehicle. The status conference is sets for Feb. 22, with trial set for April 24.

James Dustin Carter entered a plea of not guilty to possession of a Schedule II CDS. The status conference is set for March 14, with trial set for May 9.

Jason Lee Coleman entered a plea of not guilty to simple burglary. The status conference is set for March 14, with trial set for May 9.

Michael Comeaux entered a plea of not guilty to theft of a motor vehicle amounting to a sum of $1,500 or more. The status conference is set for March 14. The trial is set for July 18.

Marquis D. Daniels was charged with home invasion. He was sentenced to four years of hard labor at the Louisiana Department of Corrections, all but one year suspended, credit for time served, three years of active supervised probation and must pay $1,000 plus court costs over the first three years.

Michael Dale Downs was charged with molestation of a juvenile. He was sentenced to 35 years of hard labor at the Louisiana Department of Corrections, 33 years are without benefit.

Michael Elliot Jr. was charged with theft of a motor vehicle amounting to a sum of $1,500 or more. The arraignment was rest for March 14. The status conference is set for March 14, with trial set for July 18.

Dreama G. Evans was charged with possession of a Schedule II CDS. The status conference was reset for March 14, with trial set for March 7.

Damien Fisher entered a plea of guilty to resisting an officer. He must pay $150 plus court costs or serve 20 days in Webster Parish Jail, credit for time served.

Jacarlin Frazier was charged with theft of $500 or more, but less that $1,500. The probation revocation hearing was passed to Aug. 1.

Cynthia Walker Gill was charged with theft of the assets of an aged person or disabled person over $1,500. The sentencing hearing was continued until May 2.

Allen Brandon Gray was charged with vehicular negligent injuring and operating a vehicle while intoxicated. He is in compliance with the court. The review of the status of his treatment progress is set for July 27.

A warrant was issued for Keyuntray Harrison when his probation was revoked at a hearing.

Wesley Allen Haynes entered a plea of not guilty to possessionof a Schedule II CDS. The status conference is set for Feb. 22, with trial set for April 25.

Leeann Henning was charged with possession with intent to distribute a Schedule II CDS, possession of marijuana or synthetic cannabinoids, possession of legend drug, possession of drug paraphernalia, and improper use of registration/license plates/license.

Amanda Jean Howe entered a plea of not guilty to theft of a firearm. The status conference is set for Feb. 22, with trial set for July 18.

Christopher Alan King was charged with simple burglary. The trial is set for March 7.

Joshua McCoy entered a plea of guilty to the amended charge of cruelty to juveniles. He was sentenced to five years of hard labor at the Louisiana Department of Corrections, three years of active supervised probation, and must pay $1,000 plus court costs over the first two years.

Kristi Burton McKan was charged with operating a vehicle while intoxicated. Her status hearing is continued until Feb. 5, with trial set for March 7.

Zarvia W. Moore was charged with simple burglary. His status hearing is continued until March 14, with trial set for May 9.

Christopher Palmer was sentenced to seven years of hard labor at the Louisiana Department of Corrections, credit for time served, for the charge of distribution of a counterfeit Schedule II CDS. His probation was revoked on the charge of possession of a Schedule II CDS; he must serve the original sentence, credit for time served.

Lisa A. Phillips entered a plea of guilty to possession of a Schedule II CDS. Her review is set for March 14, with trial set for March 7.

Torris Richardson was charged with distribution of a Schedule II CDS, distribution of a Schedule I CDS and convicted felon possessing a firearm or carrying a concealed weapon. The trial is set for March 7.

Richard Matthew Riley entered a plea of guilty to operating a vehicle while intoxicated. He was sentenced to five years of hard labor at the Louisiana Department of Corrections, all but one year suspended, license suspended for three years, four years of active supervised probation, and 240 hours of community service.

Bruce Robinson, Jr. was charged with operating a vehicle while intoxicated, possession of a Schedule I CDS, illegal use, consumption, possession, or distribution of CDS in the presence of persons under 17, possession of drug paraphernalia, and careless operation of a motor vehicle. The status conference is continued for Feb. 5, with trial set for March 7.

Denico Robinson was charged with possession of a firearm or carrying concealed weapon by convicted felon and illegal possession of stolen things over $1,500. The trial is set for March 7.

Joshua Edward Smith was charged with domestic abuse battery. His status conference is continued until Feb. 5, with trial set for March 7.

Shannon D. Strother’s probation was revoked on the charges of molestation of a juvenile and two counts of contributing to the delinquency of a minor. He must serve the original sentence; to be served consecutive to any other charges.

Eric Dewayne Thomas entered a plea of not guilty to aggravated flight from an officer where human life is endangered and possession with intent to distribute a Schedule I CDS. The status conference is set for April 11, with trial set for July 18.

Bryan Tippens entered a plea of not guilty to simple burglary and misrepresentation during booking. The status conference is set for March 4, with trial set for April 25.

Dylan Turk was charged with resisting an officer with force, battery of a police officer, and accessory after the fact to first degree murder. He was sentenced to one year of hard labor at the Louisiana Department of Corrections, to be served consecutive, for the charge of resisting an officer with force. He was sentenced to 90 days at the Webster Parish Jail, credit for time served, to be served concurrent with former charge. He was sentenced to four years of hard labor at the Louisiana Department of Corrections, credit for time served, for the charge of accessory after the fact to first degree murder.

J’son Turk was charged with manslaughter. He was sentenced to 38 years of hard labor at the Louisiana Department of Corrections, credit for time served.

Robbie Len Tyler entered a plea of guilty to possession of a Schedule II CDS. He was sentenced to 18 months of hard labor at the Louisiana Department of Corrections, suspended, 18 months of active supervised probation, month fee of $71 and must pay $1,000 plus court costs within the first year.

Michael Austin Vaughn was charged with possession of a Schedule II CDS. The status hearing is continued until Feb. 5, with trial set for March 7.

James Walker was charged with operating a vehicle while intoxicated. He was sentenced to three years of hard labor at the Louisiana Department of Corrections, suspended, three years of active supervised probation, first year home incarceration, he must pay $1,500 plus court costs over the first three years.

Jakryon Wess entered a plea of not guilty to simple burglary. The status conference is set for March 28, with trial set for April 25.

Louie Eugene Williamson entered a plea of not guilty to domestic abuse battery. The status conference is set for March 21, with trial set for May 9.

Latwan Terrell Winston was charged with domestic abuse aggravated assault and domestic abuse battery. The status hearing is continued until Feb. 5, with trial set for March 7.

Curtis Dale Young, Jr. entered a plea of guilty to distribution of a Schedule II CDS. He was sentenced to 10 years of hard labor at the Louisiana Department of Corrections, credit for time served.

Michael Brandon Bryant was charged with possession of a Schedule II CDS. The trial is set for March 7.

Dericka Cole was charged with possession of marijuana or synthetic cannabinoids. A warrant was issued at a hearing.

Theresa Cook entered a plea of guilty to operating a vehicle while intoxicated. She was sentenced to 60 days, suspended, one year of active supervised probation, and she must pay $500 plus court costs or serve 60 days. Possession of alcoholic beverages in motor vehicles and speeding 25 and over charges were dismissed.

John Douglas entered a plea of guilty to driving while under the influence. He was sentenced to 60 days in the Webster Parish Jail, suspended, one year of active supervised probation, and must pay $500 plus court costs or serve 60 days. The improper lane usage charge was dismissed.

Terry Deshun Douglas entered a plea of not guilty to domestic abuse battery. The trial is set for April 8.

Quinton Eugene Ferguson’s charges of failure to report an accident and/or provide proper identification and careless operation of a motor vehicle were dismissed.

Lillian Garland entered a plea of not guilty to unauthorized use of a movable valued at $500 or less. The trial is set for March 11.

Joseph Gillyard entered a plea of guilty to operating a vehicle while intoxicated. He was sentenced to 60 days, suspended, one year of active supervised probation and must pay $500 plus court costs or serve 60 days. The careless operation of a motor vehicle and following too closely charges were dismissed.

Jerrie Nicole Gisclair was charged with simple battery. The bench warrant remained outstanding. The trial is set for March 11.

Danny L. Huey’s charge of theft of utility services was dismissed.

Christopher Wade Maness, II entered a plea of guilty to simple battery. He was sentenced to 60 days in the Webster Parish Jail, credit for time served.

Justin H. McCaleb entered a plea of not guilty to possession of marijuana or synthetic cannabinoids. The trial is set for March 11.

Allen T. Nation was charged with operating a vehicle while intoxicated and operating a motor vehicle without a driver’s license. A probation warrant was issued.

Curtis Pritchard was charged with resisting an officer with force or violence. The probation violation hearing was passed to April 8.

Shawn David Rambin was charged with possession of a firearm or carrying a concealed weapon by a convicted felon and simple burglary. He was sentenced to 10 years of hard labor at the Louisiana Department of Corrections for the possession of a firearm charge. He was sentenced to three years of hard labor at the Louisiana Department of Corrections for the charged of simple burglary.

Edward Shaw was charged with violation of leash law. A bench warrant was issued. His bond was set at $1,000

Phillip Smith entered a plea of guilty to introducing contraband into or upon the grounds of any state correctional institution. He was sentenced to 18 months of hard labor at the Louisiana Department of Corrections to be served consecutive with any other charges.

Larry Spurlin entered a plea of guilty to possession of a Schedule II CDS. He was sentenced to three years of hard labor at the Louisiana Department of Corrections, credit for time served. The conspiracy to distribute a Schedule II CDS charge was dismissed.

Jakeen Thomas was charged with theft. The probation warrant was recalled and the hearing was passed to April 8.

Kevin E. Umphries’ charges of hit and run driving, failure to stop at a stop sign and failure to report an accident were dismissed.

Zachariahe Walker was charged with indecent behavior with a juvenile. The preliminary hearing was passed to March 21.

Phillip Oneal Washington was charged with operating a vehicle while intoxicated and failure to stop at a stop sign. The trial was passed to Feb. 19.

Shay Marie Weatherred entered a plea of guilty to possession of a Schedule II CDS. He was sentenced to 18 months of hard labor at the Louisiana Department of Corrections, 18 months of active supervised probation, and must pay $250 plus court costs within 18 months.

Charles Wayne Weems’ charge of intentional littering was dismissed.

Marlena Katheryn Wren was charged with issuing worthless checks less than $500. A bench warrant was issued. Her bond was set at $5,000.

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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