Webster court news for July 10

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Kawaski Allen: Charged with possession with intent to distribute a Schedule I CDS, possession with intent to distribute a Schedule II CDS, obstruction of justice by tampering with evidence, aggravated flight from an officer where human life is endangered, signaling required, open containers. Possession with intent to distribute Schedule II CDS, aggravated flight, and signaling required charges were dismissed. Sentenced to 10 years of hard labor at Louisiana Department of Corrections, credit for time served. To run concurrent to any other, first two without benefit, and substance abuse treatment.

Bobby Austin: Pled not guilty to simple burglary. Status conference set for Sept. 21. Trial set for Nov. 2.

Artie L. Brown, III: Pled not guilty to possession of a Schedule II CDS. Status conference set for Sept. 21. Trial set for Nov. 2.
Robert W. Burns: Pled not guilty to simple battery (domestic violence). Trial set for Nov. 20.

Jeremy Dave Carnahan: Charged with domestic abuse battery – fourth or subsequent offense – and possession of drug paraphernalia – first offense. Status conference set for Sept. 9. Trial set for Sept. 14.

Jonathan Lee Cobb: Charged with second degree battery and disturbing the peace by fighting. Status conference passed to July 17. Trial set for Sept. 14.

Bristol E. Dillard: Charged with possession with intent to distribute a Schedule I CDS, possession with intent to distribute a Schedule II CDS, obstruction of justice by tampering with evidence. Pled guilty to amended charge of possession of marijuana. Possession with intent to distribute a Schedule II CDS and obstruction of justice charges dismissed. Sentence to 60 days in the Webster Parish Jail, suspended, with six months active supervised probation. Must attend two AA/NA meetings per week and submit to random drug and alcohol screening. Must pay $500 plus court costs plus $20 witness fees within 60 days.

Kevin Elliot: Pled not guilty to simple battery. Trial set for Oct. 23.

Naesha Nevershae Evans: Charged with theft between $750 and $5,000. Status conference passed to August 3. Trial set for Sept. 14.

Brian Gilbert: Charged with armed robbery with the use of a firearm, conspiracy to commit armed robbery, and illegal possession of stolen firearms. Status conference set for August 3. Trial set for Dec. 7.

Dontavius R. Henix: Charged with possession with intent to distribute a Schedule I CDS, possession with intent to distribute a Schedule I CDS marijuana or synthetic cannabinoids, speeding, failure to secure registration. Status conference passed to Sept. 11. Trial set for Sept. 14.

Artemus Lydell Jones: Charged with simple burglary. Probation warrant issued.

Amanda Knippers: Charged with possession of a Schedule II CDS. Probation revoked, credit for time served, serve original sentence.

Daniel Merritt: Pled not guilty to attempted forgery. Status conference set for August 31.Trial set for Nov. 2.

Jeffrey Mitchell: Charged with distribution of a Schedule II CDS. Sentenced to seven years of hard labor at Louisiana Department of Corrections but two without benefit of probation, parole, or suspension of sentence, five years active supervised probation, $75 month fee, must pay $2,000 plus court costs, prorated over two years.

Michael Nipper: Pled not guilty to distribution of a Schedule III CDS. Status conference set for August 3. Trial set for Dec. 7.

Justin Lynn Rowell: Charged with simple criminal damage to property valued at $500 or more but under $50,000. Status conference passed to July 17. Trial set for Dec. 7.

Gregory Stroud: Charged with operating a vehicle while intoxicated – third offense – and operating a vehicle while license suspended/revoked/cancelled. Status conference passed to July 17. Trial set for Sept. 14.

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