Guilty pleas heard in General Sessions Court


Jury trial ends with woman found not guilty

UNION COUNTY — The following persons pleaded guilty this week before Judge John C. Hayes III of York in General Sessions Court in the Main Courtroom of the Union County Courthouse.

— Stephen Colt Ammons, 203 Jeffries Street, Union, to first-degree assault and battery, two years with credit for 151 days already served and to pay $128.75 in fines and court costs.

— Jason Lee Hall, 123 Crome Street, Roebuck, to domestic violence second-degree, three years suspended upon two years probation with credit for two days already served and to pay $643.75 in fines and court costs.

— Jordan Marie Kirby, 107 Wedgewood Court, Union, to possession of a Schedule IV controlled substance, six months suspended upon 18 months probation with credit for one day already served and to pay $798.25 in fines and court costs; to shoplifting, 30 days suspended upon 18 months probation with credit for one day already served and to pay $128.75 in fines and court costs, sentences to run concurrently.

— Jessica Elizabeth Gardler, 181 Pine Street, Buffalo, to shoplifting third or subsequent offense, one year suspended upon six months probation with credit for four days already served and to pay $643.75 in fines and court costs.

— Shawn Allen McPhail Jr., 870 North Rutherford Road, Taylors, to possession of marijuana more than 28 grams first offense, six months suspended upon 18 months probation with credit for three days already served and to pay $798.25 in fines and court costs.

— Melvin Tremane Porter, 356 Mt. Joy Church Road, Jonesville, to obstruction of justice, five years with credit for seven days already served and to pay $128.75 in fines and court costs; to second offense possession of marijuana less than one ounce, one year with credit for seven days already served and to pay $283.25 in fines and court costs; to second offense possession of crack, five years with credit for seven days already served and to pay $283.25 in fines and court costs; to resisting arrest, one year with credit for seven days already served and to pay $128.75 in fines and court costs, sentences to run concurrently.

— Franklin Bernard Harris Jr., 113 C Street, Jonesville, to resisting arrest, one year with credit for 264 days already served and to pay $128.75 in fines and court costs; to failure to stop for a blue light second offense, five years with credit for 264 days already served and to pay $103 in fines and court costs; to assault and battery second-degree, three years with credit for 264 days already served and to pay $128.75 in fines and court costs; to possession with intent to distribute crack cocaine first offense, seven years with credit for 264 days already served and to pay $283.25 in fines and court costs, sentences to run concurrently.

— Christian Blake Braxton, 102 Wedgewood Court, Union, to assault and battery second-degree, three years with credit for 115 days already served and to pay $128.75 in fines and court costs; to possession of contraband in the county jail, three years with credit for 115 days already served and to pay $128.75 in fines and court costs; to throwing bodily fluids at a jail officer, three years with credit for 115 days already served and to pay $128.75 in fines and court costs, sentences to run concurrently.

— Jesse James Hardy Jr. 1144 Lakeside Drive, Union, to possession of cocaine first offense, 90 days house detention and to pay $283.25 in fines and court costs.

— Matthew Williams, 206 Cabin Street, Union, to attempted strong arm robbery, 10 years with credit for 184 days already served and to pay $128.75 in fines and court costs; to strong arm robbery 10 years with credit for 184 days already served and to pay $128.75 in fines and court costs, sentences to run concurrently.

Trial

In addition to the guilty pleas heard, there were were also two jury trials, both of which ended in the defendant being acquitted.

— Tracy Renea Howell, 29 Blue Moon Drive, Carlisle, tried by jury on the charge of possession of contraband and found not guilty.

(For the verdict in the other trial held this week, turn to the Front page.)

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Jury trial ends with woman found not guilty
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