The Barrow County Superior Court recently sentenced the following people. Those charged and their sentences are listed below. Charges listed as nolle prosequi are those in which the prosecutor or plaintiff indicated they would not proceed with the case. In criminal cases, a disposition of nolle prosequi may be entered when evidence proves innocence or charges cannot otherwise be proved. The following sentences were issued as part of negotiated plea agreements on Feb. 26 and Mar. 1, 2010 with Superior Court Judge Currie Mingledorff presiding:

• Allen Parrish Abbott, disorderly conduct and reckless conduct: 12 months probation no contact with victim and a $1,000 fine. False imprisonment: nolle prosequi.

• Dennis Keith Brown, driving while license suspended and giving false name to a law enforcement officer: 12 months probation and a $1,000 fine. Two counts of giving false date of birth to a law enforcement officer and speeding: nolle prosequi.

• Robert Clinton Grizzel, aggravated assault: first offender treatment, five years probation, no contact with victim and $1,000 fine. False imprisonment, two counts of family violence battery, aggravated battery, criminal damage to property and interference with a 911 call: nolle prosequi.

• Joseph Shoemaker, family violence battery and criminal trespass: 12 months probation, no contact with victim and a $2,000 fine. Aggravated assault, burglary, entering auto, false imprisonment and interference with a 911 call: nolle prosequi.

• Wesley Corey Sumpter III, criminal attempt to purchase marijuana: five years probation and a $1,000 fine. Turn lane violation and misdemeanor possession of marijuana: 12 months probation and an $800 fine. Two counts of criminal attempt to commit theft: eight years probation and a $2,000 fine. Possession of a firearm by a convicted felon, two counts of first degree forgery, two counts of conspiracy to defraud state, possession of tools for the commission of a crime and failure to yield right of way: nolle prosequi.

• Christopher Grissom, VGCSA distribution of marijuana: first offender treatment, six years probation and a $2,000 fine.

• Dallas Phillip Stephens, possession of marijuana: two years probation and a $1,500 fine. Possession of marijuana with intent to distribute: nolle prosequi.

• Alemetra E. Slaughter, first degree forgery: first offender treatment, five years probation, no contact with co-defendant and a $1,000 fine. Additional count of first degree forgery, two counts of criminal attempt to commit theft by deception and two counts of conspiracy to defraud state: nolle prosequi.

• Charles Daniel Ball, theft by shoplifting: nine months work release, $124 restitution and a $500 fine. Fleeing and attempting to elude, criminal damage to property, two counts of reckless driving and obstruction: ten years probation, 100 hours of community service, $3,500 fine and three years suspended upon nine months work release followed by six months intensive probation. Theft by receiving stolen property, criminal damage to property, DUI drugs and criminal trespass: nolle prosequi.

• Holly Ann Smith, entering auto, criminal trespass and loitering: one year confinement and no contact with victims. Burglary and entering auto: 20 years probation, $1,500 fine, $2,687.77 in restitution and banned from Barrow County. Three additional counts of burglary and criminal trespass: 20 years probation, $1,500 fine and $1,000 in restitution. Two additional counts of burglary, six counts of entering auto and three counts of criminal trespass: 20 years probation, $1,000 fine and $205 in restitution. Burglary, entering auto and criminal trespass: 20 years probation and a $500 fine. Burglary: 20 years probation, no contact with victims, $500 fine and $1,035 in restitution. All cases: serve two years suspended upon completion of RSAT (residential substance abuse treatment). Additional count of burglary, two additional counts of criminal trespass and loitering: nolle prosequi.

• Charles Edward Wood III, possession of a controlled substance: three years probation and a $1,000 fine. Additional count of possession of a controlled substance and two counts of drugs to be kept in original container: nolle prosequi.

• Joshua M. Smith, theft by taking, criminal trespass and two counts of entering auto: five years probation and a $3,000 fine.

• Josh Marcus Smith, theft by receiving stolen property: ten years probation, no contact with victims, $1,000 fine, $3,137.15 in restitution and completion of MRT (moral reconation therapy).

• Arnetta Jewel Richardson, possession of cocaine: ten years probation, 90-120 days in detention center with credit for time served and a $1,000 fine.

• Matthew Mark Evans, possession of methamphetamine and misdemeanor possession of marijuana: five years probation and a $1,750 fine. Criminal attempt to purchase methamphetamine: nolle prosequi.

• Waylon Robert Westbrooks, theft by taking motor vehicle, four counts of entering auto, criminal trespass and loitering or prowling: four years confinement, 16 years probation, $1,000 fine and $365 in restitution.

• William John Sacco, false imprisonment: 120 days confinement, nine years and eight months probation, no violent contact with victim and a $1,000 fine. Stalking: 12 months probation, no violent contact with victim and a $500 fine. Burglary, terroristic threats, simple battery, interference with a 911 call, harassing phone calls, two counts of aggravated stalking and theft by taking: nolle prosequi.

• Donald Leon Edwards, financial transaction card fraud and giving false date of birth to law enforcement officer: two years probation and a $1,000 fine. Public intoxication: nolle prosequi.

• David Spratlin, sale of hydrocodone: ten years probation less 90-120 days confinement with credit for time served plus a $2,000 fine.

• Donna Carolyn Wood, false report of a crime: 12 months probation and a $500 fine. False statements or writings: nolle prosequi.

• Sherion Lamb Reed, criminal damage to property: 12 months probation, restitution and a $500 fine.

• Edward Stegall Giles, following too closely: 12 months probation, restitution and a $500 fine. Theft by receiving stolen property and DUI less safe: nolle prosequi.

• Charles T. Williams, disorderly conduct: 12 months probation, no violent contact with victim and a $500 fine.

• John Carlos Segovia, family violence simple battery pled guilty to lesser included offense of disorderly conduct: 12 months probation, no contact with victim and a $500 fine. False imprisonment and two counts of family violence battery: nolle prosequi.

• Jeremy Jerrod Styles, criminal damage to property, theft by taking and misdemeanor possession of marijuana: two years confinement, three years probation, $1,000 in restitution plus a $1,500 fine.

• Robert Garrett, sale of methamphetamine: one year confinement, 14 years probation, no contact with co-defendant and a $5,000 fine. Trafficking in methamphetamine: nolle prosequi.

• Ann Baughcum, possession of cocaine: two years confinement, eight years probation and a $1,500 fine.

• Quincy Deangelo Smith, aggravated assault, possession of a firearm by a convicted felon, possession of a firearm during the commission of a crime and aggravated battery: six years confinement, 19 years probation, no contact with victims, prohibited from possessing weapons, restitution and a $5,000 fine. Three counts of aggravated assault, terroristic threats, additional count of aggravated battery, pointing a gun or pistol at another, reckless conduct, reckless driving and driving without a license: nolle prosequi.

The following sentences were issued as part of negotiated plea agreements on Feb. 26 and Mar. 1, 2010 with Superior Court Judge T. Penn McWhorter presiding:

• Martha Lynn Reynolds, aggravated assault: first offender treatment, five years probation, no violent contact with victim and a $1,000 fine. Battery: nolle prosequi.

• Rashundra Lashae Wyatt, request for ambulance when not needed and false report of a crime: 12 months probation and a $500 fine. Obstruction: 12 months probation and a $500 fine. Financial identity fraud: first offender treatment, three years probation, restitution and a $1,000 fine. False statements, simple battery and third degree cruelty to children: nolle prosequi.

• Lisa Lyle Gordon, first degree forgery: eight years probation, 120 hours of community service, restitution, MRT class and a $3,000 fine.

• Jermonte Jamal Riden, possession of dangerous drugs and misdemeanor obstruction: three years probation, no contact with victim and a $1,000 fine. Loitering and contributing to the delinquency of a minor: nolle prosequi.

• Orlando Riviera, financial identity fraud: five years probation, restitution and a $1,000 fine. First degree forgery and false identification document: nolle prosequi.

• Ronnie Len Self, possession of methamphetamine and possession of an explosive device: ten years probation, prohibited from possessing weapons and a $2,000 fine. DUI drugs, weaving over roadway and impeding the flow of traffic: nolle prosequi.

• Deanthony James Owens, sale of marijuana and sale of counterfeit substances: one year confinement, nine years probation and a $3,000 fine. Felony possession of marijuana and sale or possession of dangerous drugs: nolle prosequi.

• Angela Stewart, fraudulently obtaining controlled substance: first offender treatment, four years probation, no contact with victim and a $1,000 fine.

• Demetrius Acree, family violence battery and family violence simple battery: 12 months probation, no violent contact with victim and a $1,250 fine. Family violence aggravated assault and an additional count of family violence battery: nolle prosequi.

• Venson Rumph, family violence simple assault: 12 months probation, no violent contact with victim and a $500 fine. False imprisonment and additional charge of family violence simple assault: nolle prosequi.

• Andres Rafaell Rivas, terroristic threats and harassing phone calls: 12 months probation, no contact with victim and a $1,000 fine. Additional count of terroristic threats: nolle prosequi.

• Levi Christopher Evans, affray, reckless conduct and two counts of simple battery: four years probation less 18 days confinement, no contact with victims and a $2,000 fine.

• Sherry Elizabeth Atwood, burglary: 12 months probation and a $500 fine.

• Joshua E. Strickland, two counts of simple battery: two years probation and a $1,000 fine. False imprisonment, terroristic threats and an additional count of simple battery: nolle prosequi.

• Amanda Jo McClellan, criminal trespass: 12 months probation and a $500 fine. Party to the crime of burglary: nolle prosequi.

• Rickey Wood, family violence battery and cruelty to children: 12 months probation, no violent contact with victim and a $1,000 fine. Terroristic threats and an additional count of cruelty to children: nolle prosequi.

• James Allen Stewart, criminal trespass and one count of aggravated assault pled guilty to lesser included offense of family violence battery: two years probation, no violent contact with victim and a $1,000 fine.

• Germna Cotom Macario, giving false information to law enforcement: 12 months probation, restitution and a $500 fine. Theft by taking: nolle prosequi.

• Forrest Mitchell Crowe, theft by receiving stolen property: 12 months probation and a $500 fine. Criminal trespass and obstruction: 12 months probation and a $600 fine. Battery: 12 months probation and a $300 fine. Giving false information to a law enforcement officer: 12 months probation and a $300 fine. Criminal trespass: 12 months probation and a $300 fine. Criminal damage to property and two additional counts of criminal trespass: nolle prosequi.

The following sentences were issued as part of negotiated plea agreements on Mar. 3, 2010 with Superior Court Judge Joseph Booth presiding:

• Benny Joe Maddox, first degree arson: ten years probation, two years to serve suspended upon completion of mental health treatment and a $1,000 fine. Obstruction: nolle prosequi.

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