Webster court news for August 6

Jessica Ann Allen: Charged with possession of drug paraphernalia (first offense). Bench warrant issued. Bond set at $2,500.

James Burton Boston: Pled guilty to operating a vehicle while intoxicated (first offense). Possession of alcoholic beverages in motor vehicles and improper lane usage charges dismissed. Sentenced to 60 days in the Webster Parish Jail, suspended, one year active supervised probation, $75 monthly fee, must pay $500 plus court costs, must complete substance abuse, driver’s improvement, and MADD programs, and 32 hours of community service.

Cythia Walker Gill: Charged with theft of the assets of an aged person or disabled person over $1,500. Bench warrant recalled, must pay full restitution by Sept. 21.

Sierra Harvey: Charged with middle grade theft. Probation revoked. Serve original sentence with credit for time served.

Christopher Harvill: Pled guilty to possession of a Schedule II CDS. Sentenced to one year of hard labor at the Louisiana Department of Corrections, suspended, seven years of active supervised probation, $75 monthly fee, must pay $1,500 plus court costs over one year, time to be served consecutively to any other sentence, probation concurrent.

Tadazion Jackson: Charged with possession of a firearm or carrying concealed weapon by convicted felon and possession with intent to distribute a Schedule I CDS. Status conference passed to Aug. 21.

Cedric Lynn Jones: Charged with aggravated assault and criminal damage to property under $500. Bench warrant issued.

Shane Reeve: Charged with second degree kidnapping. Status conference set for Nov. 6.

Tyler Stomberg: Charged with simple burglary of a pharmacy and simple burglary of an inhabited dwelling. Status and probation revocation hearing set for Sept. 25.

Shannon D. Strother: Charged with racketeering. Status hearing set for Aug. 21.

Sean Welch: Charged with telephone harassment and simple assault. Probation revoked. Serve original sentence with credit for time served.

Christopher Boyd: Pled guilty to simple burglary. Sentenced to five years of hard labor at Louisiana Department of Corrections, all but six months suspended, five years of active supervised probation, must pay $500 plus court costs and $75 monthly fee.

Eric M. Denny: Charged with simple kidnapping. Trial maintained for Sept. 14.

Markisha L. Holden: Charged with food stamp fraud. Must have all restitution paid. Review passed to Sept. 9.

Jeb. W. McCuen: Charged with theft of oil and gas equipment valued at $500 or more, less than $25,000, criminal trespassing, possession with intent to distribute a Schedule II CDS and conspiracy distribution of a Schedule II CDS. Bench warrant issued. Bond set for a total of $500,000 for theft of oil and gas equipment and criminal trespassing charges and another $500,000 for possession with intent to distribute a Schedule II CDS and conspiracy distribution of a Schedule II CDS charges.

T’Quoneon Mims: Pled guilty to disturbing the peace. Illegal possession of stolen firearms charge dismissed. Must pay $100 plus court costs within 30 days or spend 30 days in the Webster Parish Jail.

Michael Nipper: Pled guilty to distribution of a Schedule III CDS. Sentenced to five years of hard labor at Louisiana Department of Corrections and must complete substance abuse treatment.

Alexandria Denise Pickard: Charged with theft between $750 and $5,000, 12 counts of forgery, and unauthorized use of access card $500 or more, but less than $1,500. Status hearing continued to Sept. 9.

Justin Lynn Rowell: Pled guilty to simple criminal damage to property valued at $500 or more but under $50,000, domestic abuse battery (first offense), and two counts of simple assault. Sentenced to two years of hard labor at Louisiana Department of corrections, suspended, two years of active supervised probation, must pay $75 monthly fee, $1,891 restitution over first 18 months, $500 plus court costs prorated over first 18 months for criminal damage to property charge. Sentenced to 45 days in the Webster Parish Jail without benefit for domestic abuse charge. Sentenced to 30 days in the Webster Parish Jail, credit for time served, first simple assault charge to be served consecutive with domestic abuse charge. Sentenced to 30 days in the Webster Parish Jail to be served consecutive for second simple assault charge.

Claude Yount, III: Charged with three counts of distribution of a Schedule I CDS and possession with intent to distribute a Schedule I CDS. Sanity hearing passed to Sept. 9.

Christopher Jamelle Hall: Pled guilty to amended charge of aggravated assault, amended charge of simple criminal damage to property, and simple battery. Illegal use of weapons or dangerous instrumentalities charge dismissed. For the aggravated assault charge, must pay $500 plus court costs prorated over six months or 30 days in jail. For the simple criminal damage charge, must pay $500 plus court costs prorated over six months or 30 days in jail, consecutive to simple battery charge. Must pay $500 plus court costs or 60 days in Webster Parish Jail, 90 days suspended, one year of active supervised probation, $75 monthly fee, must surrender any firearm (no hunting or obtaining a hunting license), prorate fees and court costs over six months for simple battery charge.

Tervorious Harris: Charged with aggravated burglary. Status conference set for Nov. 2.

Heather Prudhomme: Charged with possession of a Schedule II CDS. Sentenced to two and a half years of hard labor at Louisiana Department of Corrections, credit for time served for this charge only.

Michael Thain Schuler: Charged with three counts of theft of $1,500 or more, two counts of simple burglary, three counts of conspiracy to commit felony theft, and two counts of conspiracy to commit simple burglary. Status hearing passed to Aug. 7.

Jason Aaron Scott: Charged with three counts of theft of $1,500 or more, two counts of simple burglary, three counts of conspiracy to commit felony theft, and two counts of conspiracy to commit simple burglary. Status hearing passed to Aug. 7.

Edwin James Shuler: Charged with possession of marijuana or synthetic cannabinoids (second offense). Status conference set for Aug. 31. Trial set for Nov. 2.

Deborah D. Jenkins: Charged with two counts of forgery, two counts of bank fraud, and possession of marijuana or synthetic cannabinoids. Status conference set for Aug. 7. Suspend bond until Aug. 7. Trial set for Nov. 2.

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