Webster Parish Court News

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Jessica A. Allen: possession of a Schedule II CDS, bench warrant, bond forfeiture. New bond set at $50,000. Trial set for July 6.

Clinton S. Branton: Sentenced to six months hard labor at the Webster Parish Jail for cyberstalking. Two years active supervised probation. Withdrew not guilty plea to the charge of violation of a protective order, pled guilty. Sentenced to six months in the Webster Parish Jail, to run concurrent.

Keandre R. Dillard: Obtaining CDS by fraud amended to misdemeanor theft. Withdrew not guilty plea and pled guilty to misdemeanor theft. Sentenced to six months in the Webster Parish Jail. Credit for time served on this charge.

Coy D. Hitt: Domestic abuse battery and false imprisonment. Continued to May 29 at defense’s request.

Andreaeous Jemale Huey: Pled guilty to possession of marijuana (second offense), $1,500 plus costs over 15 years. Supervision fee, pay $800 representation fee for public defender’s office, no right to appeal. Sentenced to three years in the Louisiana Department of Corrections, three years suspended, active supervised probation and must have full time employment within 60 days and maintain. Obstruction to driver’s view or driving mechanism charge dismissed.

Steven Humphreys: Waived formal arraignment, pled not guilty. Motion for discovery tendered. Status conference set for June 22, trial set for Oct. 19. Bond reduction hearing on charges of theft between $750 and $5,000, bond reduction denied.

Dormeca Matthews: Unauthorized entry of an inhabited dwelling. Passed to May 29 due to pending charges.

Jeb W. McCuen: Theft of oil and gas equipment valued at $500 or more, less than $25,000. Offer rejected. Trial set for Sept. 14. Charge of criminal
trespassing, reset by notice. Reassigned to Division C.

Brenda Randle: Withdrew not guilty plea, pled guilty to distribution of a Schedule II CDS. Sentenced to five years at the Louisiana Department of Corrections, suspended. Five years active supervised probation. To pay $2,500 plus court costs, pro-rate over the first year. Pled guilty to distribution of Schedule IV CDS, sentenced to five years at the Louisiana Department of Corrections, five years suspended, active supervised probation. To pay $1,000 plus court costs, prorated over the first year. Sentences to run concurrent.

James K. Ratliff: Molestation of a juvenile. Status conference set for May 29, with trial set for July 6.
Terrel James Smith: Aggravated burglary of an inhabited dwelling. Waived formal arraignment. Pled not guilty. Status conference set for June 22 with trial set for Oct. 19.

Justin Sumner: Bond revoked on charges of possession of Schedule III CDS, and resisting a police officer with force. Defendant requested to proceed without counsel.

Shaquill West: Possession with intent to distribute a Schedule I CDS. Sentenced to eight years at the Louisiana Department of Corrections, three years suspended. Active supervised probation. To pay $5,000 plus court costs within first 24 months pro-rated. Must obtain GED within first 12 months and maintain full-time employment within first 60 days. Must pay $800 representation fee to the public defender’s office.

Tonio B. Bennett: Charged with illegal use of weapons or dangerous instrumentalities. Taken into custody. Bond set at $5,000. Waived formal arraignment and pled guilty to two counts of disturbing the peace. Sentenced to 30 days in the Webster Parish Jail, suspended 90 days active supervised probation. Must pay $100 plus court costs.

Rickey Black: Withdrew not guilty plea, pled guilty to resisting an officer. Must pay $125 plus court costs or 20 days in jail. Credit for time served. Must testify truthfully against co-defendant. Trial set for June 15.

Alonzo Brown: Charged with three counts of Distribution of a Schedule I CDS, withdrew not guilty plea, pled guilty. Sentencing set for June 5.

Jeffery Dark: Charged with simple burglary. Withdrew not guilty plea, pled guilty. Sentenced to the Louisiana Department of Corrections at hard labor eight years. Credit for time served. Two years probation and parole.

Ashton Davis: Charged with nine counts of simple burglary. Status conference moved to May 18 at the defense’s request. Trial set for June 15.
Rebecca Colleen Foster: Amended charge of simple possession of marijuana. Pled guilty. Must pay $500 plus court costs. Six months active supervised probation. Pled guilty to possession of drug paraphernalia. Must pay $175 plus court costs.

Ketrick D. Frazier: Contradictory Hearing on three counts of theft of $1,500 or more. Motion to withdraw counsel denied.

Ryan Gladney: Pled guilty to armed robbery. Sentenced to 15 years without benefit to the Louisiana Department of Corrections. Credit for time served.

Marquez Green: Waived formal arraignment. Pled not guilty to three counts of distribution of a Schedule I CDS. Status conference set for June 1, trial set for August 17.

Lavanity Vanshay Griffin: Recall bench warrant, bond forfeiture on charges of first degree vehicular negligent injuring, operating a vehicle while intoxicated (first offense) and careless operation of a vehicle. Passed to June 1 at the defense’s request. Trial set for June 15.

Latrice Jana Harris: Charged with resisting an officer with force or violence, resisting an officer by flight and disturbing the peace with offensive words. Status conference passed to May 18 at the defense’s request. Trial set for June 15.

Germylun K. Hawkins: Motion to withdraw denied. Charged with nine counts of simple burglary. Trial set for June 15.

Chakeeta Heidelbert: Charged with failure to report a missing child and cruelty to juveniles. Trial reset to July 27.

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