Webster Parish court news for May 29

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William Bryan charged with simple battery. All parties were placed under rule of sequestration. Defense moved for judgment of acquittal – denied.

Zachary C. Coile charged with underage driving under the influence, second or subsequent offense. Sentenced to six months active supervised probation. Must pay $250 plus court costs, and 4-8 hours community service. Charged with general speed law, must pay $100 fine plus court costs or 10 days in Webster Parish Jail, to be consecutive with prior sentence. Charged with improper lane usage – charges dismissed.

Norman Evans charged with introducing contraband into or upon the grounds of any state correctional institution, possession of Schedule I CDS (second offense), and criminal conspiracy. Trial set for July 6.

Brittany Hafer pled not guilty to theft of $500 or more, but less than $1,500. Status conference set for July 20.

Ronald Wayne Hayden charged with two counts of monetary instrument abuse and two counts of forgery. Motion to reduce bond, by agreement was reduced to $30,000 if he makes bond report and pays $40 application fee.

Coy D. Hitt pled guilty to disturbing the peace. Sentenced to 90 days in the Webster Parish Jail, suspended six months active supervised probation, no contact whatsoever with victim, $500 plus court costs prorated for six months. Charged with disturbing the peace, sentenced to 90 days in Webster Parish Jail, suspended six months (concurrent with prior sentence), $250 plus court costs, to be consecutive with prior sentence.

Mary C. Holloway pled guilty to misdemeanor issuing worthless checks. Sentenced to six months in the Webster Parish Jail, suspended one year active supervised probation, make restitution of $537.46, $500 plus court costs prorated over one year. Terminate probation if paid early.

Dormeca Matthews pled guilty to aggravated battery. Sentenced to two years at hard labor in Louisiana Department of Corrections, all but six months (180 days) to run concurrent.

Justin Miller charged with domestic abuse battery (first offense). Passed at state’s request to August 28 for further disposition.

Charles Frederick White IV pled guilty to simple assault, sentenced to $250 plus court costs or 30 days in Webster Parish Jail. Pled guilty to disturbing the peace by fighting, must page $250 plus court costs or 30 days in Webster Parish Jail.
Further disposition set for June 26. Pled guilty to disturbing the peace by fighting, charges dismissed.

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