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DIVISION CASES

This information was filed in criminal division of district court. All fines include court costs. If no address is listed, no address was available on court records.

Carleton A. Glover was formally charged Nov. 13 with two counts of giving a worthless check.

Thomas E. Potts was formally charged Nov. 14 with giving a worthless check.

Jennifer Huse was formally charged Nov. 14 with giving a worthless check.

April N. Fore was formally charged Nov. 14 with giving a worthless check.

Michael J. Fleming was formally charged Nov. 14 with giving a worthless check.

Michelle R. Overtin was formally charged Nov. 14 with three counts of giving a worthless check.

Shannon D. Oneslager was formally charged Nov. 14 with non-residential burglary and possession of drug paraphernalia.

Billie Jim Smith was formally charged Nov. 14 with non-residential burglary and possession of drug paraphernalia. In a separate case filed the same day, he was charged with interference with law enforcement.

Jeana Ann Marie Franklin was formally charged Nov. 15 with non-residential burglary and possession of drug paraphernalia.

Tiffany A. Troutt was formally charged Nov. 15 with domestic battery.

Dennis W. Hancock was formally charged Nov. 17 with domestic battery.

Brandon Lail Farmer pleaded not guilty Nov. 6 to possession of marijuana and possession of drug paraphernalia.

Rebecca Noreen Williams was sentenced Nov. 6 to 48 hours in jail followed by 30 days house arrest, followed by a year’s probation for two counts of aggravated endangerment of a child, driving under the influence, transporting an open container of alcohol, and driving without a license. She was ordered to pay $158 court costs, $910 fines, $60 probation fee, $45 booking fee, and $150 attorney fee.

Timothy Jon Snell was sentenced Nov. 6 to a year’s probation for theft. He was ordered to pay $158 fine, $45 booking fee, $363.50 restitution, and write a letter of apology to the victim.

Kim Carl Brashear pleaded no contest to disorderly conduct Nov. 6 and was sentenced to a year’s probation and ordered to pay $158 court costs, $100 attorney fee, and $45 booking fee.

Last modified Nov. 23, 2017

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