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Home arrow News arrow Local News arrow COURT RECORDS: March 28, 2014

COURT RECORDS: March 28, 2014

Circuit Courts of Union County Dispositions of Criminal Matters

William Daniel Baldwin, 42: Convicted Feb. 6, after entering guilty plea of driving under the influence of intoxicants. Sentence: jail, probation, drivers license suspended for three years, not permitted alcohol or entry to bars. Ordered to submit to random blood, breath, saliva, and urine tests; undergo alcohol and substance abuse evaluation and possible treatment; attend Victim Impact Panel; pay fines (some suspended), mandatory state fee, and state obligation.

Robert Lafollette Breeze, Jr., 46: Convicted Feb. 11, after entering guilty pleas of burglary and unlawful possession of methamphetamine. Three counts of theft and two counts of criminal trespass were dismissed. Sentence: probation; not permitted alcohol or entry to bars; not allowed contact with victims; not permitted possession of weapons, firearms, or dangerous animals. Ordered to submit to random blood, breath, saliva, and urine tests; undergo alcohol and substance abuse evaluation and possible treatment; become gainfully employed; permit searches and inspections; participate in mental health evaluation and recommended treatment; submit to a risk and needs assessment; provide thumbprint and blood or buccal sample; pay fines (some suspended), mandatory state fee, restitution, attorney fees, and supervision fees.

Misty Dawn Dean, 30: Convicted Feb. 6, after entering guilty pleas of escape, unlawful delivery of methamphetamine, and failure to appear. Charges of unlawful possession of methamphetamine, unlawful possession of less than one ounce of marijuana, and interfering with an officer were dismissed. Sentence: jail; probation; drivers license suspended for six months; not permitted alcohol or entry to bars; not permitted possession of weapons, firearms, or dangerous animals. Ordered to submit to random blood, breath, saliva, and urine tests; undergo alcohol and substance abuse evaluation and possible treatment; become gainfully employed; permit searches and inspections; participate in mental health evaluation and recommended treatment; submit to a risk and needs assessment; provide thumbprint and blood or buccal sample; pay fines (some suspended), mandatory state fees, attorney fees, and supervision fees.

Derek James Erben, 40: Convicted Feb. 13, after entering guilty plea of assault. A charge of harassment was dismissed Sentence: jail; probation; not permitted possession of weapons, firearms, or dangerous animals. Ordered to submit to breath and urine tests; undergo substance abuse evaluation and treatment; become gainfully employed; permit searches and inspections; participate in mental health evaluation and recommended treatment; submit to a risk and needs assessment; complete a domestic violence inventory and resulting treatment; pay fines (some suspended), mandatory state fee, and supervision fee.

Justin Brent Forrest, 35: Convicted Feb. 18, after entering plea of no contest of theft and entering guilty pleas of two counts of theft. Sentence: jail, probation, not permitted alcohol or entry to bars, not allowed contact with victims. Ordered to submit to random blood, breath, saliva, and urine tests; undergo alcohol and substance abuse evaluation and treatment; write letters of apology; pay fines (some suspended), mandatory state fees, restitutions, and assessments.

James Donald Griffin, 57: Convicted Feb. 18, after entering guilty plea of sexual abuse. Sentence: jail; probation; not permitted alcohol or entry to bars; not allowed contact with victim or their family; not permitted possession of weapons, firearms, or dangerous animals; not allowed contact with minors or involvement in youth organizations; not allowed possession or viewing of sexual materials or entry to adult entertainment establishments. Ordered to submit to random blood, breath, saliva, and urine tests; undergo alcohol and substance abuse evaluation and treatment; become gainfully employed; permit searches and inspections; complete sex offender treatment; participate in mental health evaluation and recommended treatment; report as a sex offender; submit to polygraph, plethysmographic assessment, or Abel screen assessment; pay fines (some suspended), mandatory state fee, compensation, restitutions, supervision fee, treatment fees, and assessments.

Shane Lee Horn, 36: Convicted Feb. 10, after entering guilty plea of theft. Ordered to pay restitution.

Keith Hurst, 63: Convicted Feb. 11, after entering guilty plea of attempting to commit a felony. A charge of unlawful possession of less than one ounce of marijuana was dismissed. Sentence: probation, not permitted alcohol or entry to bars. Ordered to submit to random blood, breath, saliva, and urine tests; undergo alcohol and substance abuse evaluation and treatment; forfeit seized items; pay fines (some suspended), mandatory state fee, and assessment.

Linda Mae Juarez, 51: Convicted Feb. 18, after entering guilty plea of theft. Sentence: probation, 30 hours of community service. Ordered to write letter of apology; pay fines (some suspended), mandatory state fee, attorney fees, and assessment.

Travis Noel Love, 21: Convicted Feb. 10, after entering guilty pleas of two counts of theft. Charges of unlawful entry into a motor vehicle, criminal trespass, and two further counts of theft were dismissed. Sentence: jail; probation; not allowed contact with victims or co-defendant; not permitted possession of weapons, firearms, or dangerous animals. Ordered to submit to breath and urine tests; undergo substance abuse evaluation and possible treatment; become gainfully employed; permit searches and inspections; participate in mental health evaluation and recommended treatment; write letter of apology; obtain a Cognitive Treatment for Behavior Change Assessment and consequential treatment; submit to risk and needs assessment; provide thumbprint and blood or buccal sample; continue treatment; pay fines (some suspended), mandatory state fees, and supervision fees.

Samantha R. Papineau, 20: Convicted Feb. 18, after entering guilty pleas of theft and giving false information to an officer. A charge of unlawful possession of less than one ounce of marijuana was dismissed. Sentence: probation, 80 hours of community service, not permitted alcohol and entry to bars. Ordered to submit to random blood, breath, saliva, and urine tests; undergo alcohol and substance abuse evaluation and possible treatment; pay fine (suspended), mandatory state fees, attorney fees, compensation, and assessment.

Matthew E. Tucker, 35: Convicted Feb. 13, after entering guilty plea of driving under the influence of intoxicants. Charges of operating a vehicle without driving privileges and driving uninsured were dismissed. Sentence: jail, probation, drivers license suspended for one year, not permitted alcohol or entry to bars. Ordered to submit to random blood, breath, saliva, or urine tests; undergo alcohol and substance abuse evaluation and treatment; attend Victim Impact Panel; install ignition interlock device; pay fines (some suspended), mandatory state fee, and assessment.

Jesse Guy Wise, 38: Convicted Feb. 13, after entering guilty plea of unlawful delivery of methamphetamine. A charge of unlawful possession of methamphetamine was dismissed. Sentence: jail; probation; not permitted alcohol or entry to bars; not permitted possession of weapons, firearms, or dangerous animals. Ordered to submit to random blood, breath, saliva, and urine tests; undergo alcohol and substance abuse evaluation and treatment; become gainfully employed; permit searches and inspections; participate in mental health evaluation and recommended treatment; submit to a risk and needs assessment; provide thumbprint and blood or buccal sample; submit to HIV and other communicable diseases testing; pay fines (some suspended), mandatory state fee, attorney fees, supervision fee, and assessments.

 
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