COURT RECORDS: Nov.-Dec. 2013

By Observer staff January 30, 2014 11:53 am

Circuit Courts of Union County Dispositions of Criminal Matters:


December

Brent Alexander Breshears, 22: Convicted Dec. 9, after entering guilty pleas of sexual abuse and rape. A further charge of sexual abuse and a further charge of rape were dismissed. Sentence: prison; post-prison supervision; jail; probation; not permitted alcohol or entry to bars; not allowed contact with minors or involvement in youth organizations; not permitted possession of weapons, firearms, or dangerous animals; not allowed possession or viewing of sexual materials or entry to adult entertainment establishments; not permitted contact with victim or victim’s family. Ordered to submit to random blood, breath, saliva, and urine tests; undergo alcohol and substance abuse evaluation, treatment, and follow-up treatment; become gainfully employed; permit searches and inspections; complete sex offender treatment program and follow-up treatment; report as a sex offender; participate in mental health evaluation and recommended treatment; submit to a risk and needs assessment; cooperate with polygraph, plethysmographic, and Abel screen assessment; submit thumbprint and blood or buccal sample; pay fines (some suspended), mandatory state fees, attorney fees, supervision fee, and victim’s treatment costs.

Duayne T. Dittmer, 50: Convicted Dec. 13, after entering guilty plea of failure to appear. Sentence: jail, probation, not permitted alcohol or entry to bars, not allowed contact with victim. Ordered to submit to random blood, breath, saliva, and urine tests; pay fines (some suspended), mandatory state fee, attorney fees, and assessment.

Michael Dean Grace, 33: Convicted Dec. 13, after entering admission of contempt of court and guilty pleas of harassment, criminal mischief, and criminal driving while suspended. Charges of criminal trespass and making an improperly executed left turn were dismissed. Sentence: jail; probation; 80 hours of community service; not permitted alcohol or entry to bars; not allowed contact with victim or victim’s residence; 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; complete domestic violence inventory and treatment; write letter of apology; pay fines (some suspended), mandatory state fees, attorney fees, supervision fees, compensation, and assessment.

Gerritt James Johnson, 21: Convicted Dec. 12, after entering guilty plea of theft. Sentence: jail; probation; not permitted alcohol or entry to bars; not allowed contact with victim; Ordered to submit to random blood, breath, saliva, and urine tests; undergo alcohol and substance abuse evaluation and treatment; write letter of apology; pay fines (some suspended), mandatory state fee, and assessment.

Todd Kevin McCoy, 52: Convicted Dec.13, after entering guilty plea of unlawful possession of methamphetamine. Charges of felon in possession of a restricted weapon, disorderly conduct, and carrying a concealed weapon were dismissed. Sentence: jail; probation; driver’s 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; provided thumbprint and blood or buccal sample; pay fine (suspended), mandatory state fee, attorney fees, and supervision fee.

Joelene Lavelle Skinner, 38: Convicted Dec. 3, after entering guilty plea of unauthorized use of a vehicle. Sentence: jail; probation; drivers license suspended for one year; not permitted alcohol or entry to bars; not allowed contact with co-defendant, victim, or victim’s property; 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; write letter of apology; submit to a risk and needs assessment; provide thumbprint and blood or buccal sample; pay fines (some suspended), mandatory state fee, attorney fees, compensation, and supervision fee.

Paul Leo Smith, 38: Convicted Dec. 13, after entering guilty plea of unlawful possession of methamphetamine. 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 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, and supervision fee.

Brandy Jean Toy, 25: Convicted Dec. 4, after entering guilty plea of unlawful possession of methamphetamine. 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 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; comply with curfew; pay fines (some suspended), mandatory state fee, attorney fees, and supervision fee.

Joshua David Toy, 23: Convicted Dec. 9, after entering guilty pleas of unauthorized use of a vehicle, theft, and giving false information to an officer. Charges of burglary, felon in possession of a firearm, falsely applying for a fish or wildlife license, unlawful entry into a motor vehicle, and seven further counts of theft were dismissed. Sentence: prison; post-prison supervision; not allowed contact with co-defendants or victims. Ordered to undergo alcohol and substance abuse evaluation, treatment, and follow-up treatment; provide thumbprint and blood or buccal sample; pay fines (some suspended), mandatory state fees (some suspended), attorney fees, compensation, and restitutions.

November

Peter Matthew Blake, 32: Convicted Nov. 5, after entering guilty pleas of three counts of failure to appear. Sentence: prison. Ordered to pay attorney fees.

Clint “Adrian” Connor Creveling, 23: Convicted Nov. 27, after entering guilty plea of unlawful delivery of methamphetamine. Charges of unlawful manufacturing of methamphetamine, unlawful possession of methamphetamine, giving false information to an officer, and unlawful possession of less than one avoirdupois ounce of marijuana were dismissed. Sentence: prison, post-prison supervision, drivers license suspended for six months. Ordered to undergo substance abuse follow-up treatment, provide thumbprint and blood or buccal sample, submit to HIV and other communicable diseases testing, pay fine (suspended) and mandatory state fee.

Patricia Ann Fowler, 50: Convicted Nov. 22, after entering guilty plea of driving under the influence of intoxicants. Sentence: probation, drivers license suspended for one year, 80 hours of community service, 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; attend Victim Impact Panel; install ignition interlock device; pay fines (some suspended), mandatory state fee, state obligation, fee to Intoxicated Driver Fund, and assessment.

Robert Thomas Fox, Jr., 24: Convicted Nov. 4, after entering guilty plea of theft. Sentence: jail; probation; not allowed contact with victim, victim’s property, or victim’s residence. Ordered to write letter of apology, pay restitution and assessment.

Justin L. Horn, 24: Convicted Nov. 4, after entering guilty plea of failure to report as a sex offender. Sentence: jail, probation. Ordered to pay fines (some suspended), mandatory state fee, and assessment.

Robert D. Hughes: Conditional discharge Nov. 5, after guilty plea of unlawful possession of methamphetamine. Sentence: jail, probation, not allowed contact with co-defendant. Ordered to submit to random urine and blood tests; undergo substance abuse evaluation and treatment; submit to polygraph examination; permit searches and inspections; pay fine (suspended), supervision fee, attorney fees, and assessment.

Scott C. Lee, 44: Convicted Nov. 27, after entering guilty plea of unlawful possession of methamphetamine. A charge of unlawful possession of less than one avoirdupois ounce of marijuana 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 possible treatment; become gainfully employed; permit searches and inspections; participate in mental health evaluation and recommended treatment; pay fines (some suspended), mandatory state fees, and supervision fee.

Philip J. McCarthy, 32: Convicted Nov. 22, after entering guilty plea of unlawful delivery of marijuana for consideration. Charges of unlawful manufacturing of marijuana and unlawful possession of marijuana were dismissed. Sentence: jail; probation; not permitted possession of weapons, firearms, or dangerous animals. Ordered to submit to breath and urine testing; undergo alcohol and substance abuse evaluation and possible treatment; become gainfully employed; permit searches and inspections; participate in mental health evaluation and recommended treatment; provide thumbprint and blood or buccal sample; undergo HIV and other communicable diseases testing; pay fine, mandatory state fee, supervision fee, and assessments.

Bryan Nearing, 35: Convicted Nov. 25, after entering guilty pleas of carrying a concealed weapon and two counts of unlawful possession of methamphetamine. A charge of unlawful possession of less than one avoirdupois ounce of marijuana was dismissed. Sentence: jail; probation; drivers license suspended for 18 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; complete risk and needs assessment; provide thumbprint and blood or buccal sample; pay fines (suspended), mandatory state fees (some suspended), and supervision fees.

Andrew T. Nelson, 23: Convicted Nov. 25, after entering guilty pleas of assault, unlawful possession of less than one avoirdupois ounce of marijuana, and menacing. A further charge of unlawful possession of less than one avoirdupois ounce of marijuana was dismissed. Sentence: jail; probation; not permitted alcohol or entry to bars; not allowed contact with victim; 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; complete risk and needs assessment; complete domestic violence inventory and treatment; provide thumbprint and blood or buccal sample; pay fines (some suspended), mandatory state fees, and supervision fees.

Anthony David Dean Precourt, 20: Convicted Nov. 1, after entering guilty plea of disorderly conduct. Sentence: jail, probation, not allowed contact with victim. Ordered to pay fines (some suspended), mandatory state fee, and assessment.

Shawn Lee Presock, 30: Convicted Nov. 8, after entering guilty plea of unlawful possession of methamphetamine. Sentence: jail; probation; drivers license suspended for six months; not permitted possession of weapons, firearms, or dangerous animals. Ordered to submit to breath and urine testing; undergo alcohol and substance abuse evaluation and possible treatment; become gainfully employed; permit searches and inspections; participate in mental health evaluation and recommended treatment; provide thumbprint and blood or buccal sample; submit to HIV and other communicable diseases testing; pay fines (some suspended), mandatory state fee, and supervision fee.

James David Russell, 45: Convicted Nov. 25, after entering guilty plea of felon in possession of a firearm. Charges of theft and unlawful delivery of marijuana to a minor were dismissed. Sentence: prison, post-prison supervision. Ordered to undergo alcohol and substance abuse treatment and follow-up treatment, provide thumbprint and blood or buccal sample; pay fine (suspended) and mandatory state fee.

Savannah Leigh Schafer, 22: Convicted Oct. 31, after entering guilty plea of assault. A charge of harassment was dismissed. Sentence: jail; probation; 40 hours of community service; not permitted alcohol or entry to bars; not allowed contact with victim; 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; complete anger management class; pay fines (some suspended), mandatory state fees, and supervision fee.

Brian David Smith, 26: Convicted Nov. 4, after entering guilty pleas of initiating a false report, unlawful possession of methamphetamine, and two counts of criminal mischief. A charge of attempting to commit a felony was 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 treatment; become gainfully employed; permit searches and inspections; participate in mental health evaluation and recommended treatment; provide thumbprint and blood or buccal sample; pay fines (some suspended), mandatory state fees, supervision fee, restitution, attorney fees, and assessment.

Sheldon Scott Willis, 38: Convicted Nov. 12, after entering guilty pleas of two counts of harassment. Two counts of assault and two counts of criminal mistreatment were dismissed. Sentence: jail; probation; 40 hours of community service; not allowed contact with victim, victim’s property, or victim’s residence. Ordered to complete domestic violence inventory and treatment and pay fines (suspended), mandatory state fees, attorney fees, and assessment.