Webster Parish court news for Aug. 14

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Jesse Ray Anderson: Charged with telephone harassment and disturbing the peace. Bench warrant issued. Bond set at $5,000 for telephone harassment charge and $2,500 for disturbing the peace charge for a total of $7,500.

Michael Bryant: Charged with theft of oil and gas equipment over $25,000, operating a vehicle without a driver’s license, operating a vehicle in an unsafe condition, criminal trespassing and theft under $500. Trial maintained for Sept. 14 for the first three charges. Trial maintained for Oct. 23 for last two charges.

Tikandis A. Edwards: Charged with aggravated second degree battery. Probation violation hearing passed to Oct. 2.

Aretha L. Johnson: Charged with simple criminal damage to property valued at $500 or more but under $50,000, simple assault, simple battery, and aggravated battery. Trial set for Sept. 25.

Cedric Lynn Jones: Pled not guilty to aggravated assault and simple criminal damage to property under $500. Trial set for Oct. 23.

Christopher L. Mosby: Pled guilty to child desertion. Sentenced to three months in the Webster Parish Jail, credit for time served.

Timothy Edward Whitfield: Pled guilty to unauthorized use of a movable valued at $500 or less. Sentenced to four months, credit for time served.

Theresa Williams: Charged with driving while intoxicated (third offense), hit and run driving, driving under suspension and expired license plate. Probation violation hearing passed to Nov. 13.

Setorra Mington Campbell: Pled guilty to felony theft. Monetary instrument abuse charge was dismissed. Sentenced to two years of hard labor at Louisiana Department of Corrections, suspended, two years of active supervised probation, must pay $1,000 plus court costs prorated over first 18 months and $75 monthly fee.

Marcus McKinney: Pled guilty to amended charge of misdemeanor criminal damage to property and hit and run driving. Operating a vehicle without a driver’s license and without proof of insurance charges were dismissed. Remand date set for Oct. 30.

Johnny Ray Smith: Pled guilty to felony theft. Second felony theft charge was dismissed. Remand date set for Oct. 30.

Johnny Lee Bratton, Jr.: Pled guilty to theft of goods under $500 and simple battery. Sentenced to 60 days in Webster Parish Jail for theft charge and 15 days in Webster Parish Jail for battery charge. Banned from Wal-Mart.


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