Guilty pleas heard in General Sessions Court


Trial by jury ends in acquittal

UNION COUNTY — The following persons pleaded guilty this week before Judge Lee S. Alford of York in General Sessions Court in the Main Courtroom of the Union County Courthouse.

— Earl Marceano Bethel, 2787 Dawson Drive, #12, Chester, to driving under suspension third offense, time served with 27 days credit for time already served, and to pay $128.75 in fines and court costs; to resisting arrest, time served with 27 days credit for time already served, and to pay $128.75 in fines and court costs.

— Johnny Melton Gregory, 317 Askew Circle, Union, to habitual traffic offender, three months suspended upon two years probation with credit for one day already served, and to pay $618 in fines and court costs; to driving under suspension third offense, 90 days suspended upon two years probation, and to pay $128.75 in fines and court costs, sentences to run concurrently.

— Anita Ham Groves, 1232 Quarter Round Road, Pacolet, to possession of meth first offense, one year suspended upon two years probation with credit for two days already served, and to pay $798.25 in fines and court costs.

— Nikki Simone Hames, 141 Oak Grove Road, Lot 21, Union, to first offense possession of a Schedule IV narcotic, time served with credit for 24 days already served, and to pay $283.25 in fines and court costs.

— Jared Kyle Harvey, 2177 Buffalo-West Springs Highway, Buffalo, to assault and battery second-degree, one year suspended upon 30 days and two years probation with credit for 10 days already served, and to pay $128.75 in fines and court costs; to assault and battery second-degree, one year suspended upon 30 days and three years probation with credit for 10 days already served, and to pay $128.75 in fines and court costs; to assault and battery third-degree, one year suspended upon 30 days and three years probation with credit for 10 days already served, and to pay $643.75 in fines and court costs; to first offense distribution of marijuana, one year suspended upon 30 days and three years probation with credit for 10 days already served, and to pay $283.25 in fines and court costs, sentences to run concurrently.

— Adrian Lennele Lipscomb, 108 Harold Street, Union, to possession of marijuana second offense, one year suspended upon one year probation with credit for one day already served and to pay $20 in restitution and $798.25 in fines and court costs.

— Shannon Lane Revels, 1093 Pineland Road, Union, to financial transaction card fraud (enhanced), 40 months with credit for seven days already served, and to pay $3,026 in restitution and $128.75 in fines and court costs.

— Evan Paul Robbins, 152 Crosswick Lane, Hendersonville, NC, to possession of a stolen vehicle with a value of $10,000 or more, 90 days with credit for 56 days already served, and to pay $128.75 in fines and court costs.

— Romeo Tyrek Thompson, 1111 Lakeside Drive, #44E, Union, to use of vehicle without owner’s consent (temporary purpose), one year suspended upon two years probation with credit for 35 days already served, and to pay $128.75 in fines and court costs; to failure to stop for a blue light, one year suspended upon 90 days and two years probation with credit for 35 days already served, and to pay $540.75 in fines and court costs, sentences to run concurrently.

— Jonathan Maurice Collins, 113 Windy Hill Road, Union, to third offense driving under suspension non-DUI, 90 days with credit for two days already served, and to pay $128.75 in fines and court costs; to leaving the scene of an accident with property damage, 90 days with two days for time already served, and to pay $25.75 in fines and court costs, sentences to run concurrently.

— Caleb Kyle Lee Revis, 317 3rd Street, Union, to driving under the influence second offense, one year suspended upon five days and five years probation with credit for four days already served, and to pay $3,135.84 in fines and court costs; to leaving the scene of an accident, time served with credit for four days already served, and to pay $25.75 in fines and court costs, sentences to run concurrently.

— Antiono Donielle Smith, 258 Mount Joy Church Road, Jonesville, to possession with intent to distribute a Schedule IV narcotic first offense, one year suspended upon 60 days and one year probation with credit for one day already served, and to pay $1,011.98 in fines and court costs.

— Darron James Butler, 378 Central Avenue, Whitmire, to driving under suspension, 30 days with credit for 42 days already served, and to pay $128.75 in fines and court costs; to failure to stop for a blue light, 90 days with credit for 42 days already served, and to pay $25.75 in fines and court costs, sentences to run concurrently.

— Chase Monte Thomason, 303 N. 1st Street, Lockhart, to assault and battery second-degree, three years suspended upon time served and three years probation with credit for 160 days already served, and to pay $643.75 in fines and court costs.

— Kacie Lawson Inabinet, 3752 Buffalo-West Springs Highway, Joneville, to possession of methamphetamine, 12 months with credit for 142 days already served, and to pay $283.25 in fines and court costs.

— Robby Kevin Chitwood, 734 Elrod Road, Piedmont, to felony driving under the influence resulting in death, 10 years suspended upon one year and five years probation with credit for one day already served, and to pay $17,532 in restitution and $141.11 in fines and court costs.

— David A. Gowan, 1019 Meansville Road, Union, to possession of marijuana first offense, time served, and to pay $283.25 in fines and court costs; to possession of a Schedule III controlled substance (Suboxone) second offense, six months with credit for one day already served, and to pay $283.25 in fines and court costs, sentences to run concurrently.

— Ashley Nicole Hooper, 125 Christian Lane, #A, Union, to possession of methamphetamine first offense, three years suspended upon 90 days and two years probation with credit for 34 days already served, and to pay $283.25 in fines and court costs; to possession of a Schedule IV controlled substance first offense, six months suspended upon 90 days and two years probation with credit for 34 days already served, and to pay $283.25 in fines and court costs; to possession of methamphetamine first offense, three years suspended upon 90 days and two years probation with credit for 34 days already served, and to pay $798.25 in fines and court costs, sentences to run concurrently.

— Chad Elliott Allen, 8101 Lockhart Highway, Sharon, to second offense possession of a Schedule II narcotic, one year, and to pay $283.25 in fines and court costs; to second offense possession of marijuana, one year, and to pay $283.25 in fines and court costs; to third offense possession of meth, seven years, and to pay $283.25 in fines and court costs; to first offense failure to stop for a blue light, three years, and to pay $25.75 in fines and court costs; to third offense possession of meth, seven years, and to pay $283.25 in fine and court costs; to second offense possession of marijuana, one year, and to pay $283.25 in fines and court costs; to shoplifting third offense, seven years, and to pay $128.75 in fines and court costs, sentences to run concurrently.

— Janina Brishae Collazo, 608 E. Moreel Circle, Norfolk, Va., to receiving stolen goods, time served with credit for 45 days already served, and to pay $128.75 in fines and court costs.

— Lacey Breanna Millwood, 102 Cogdill Plaza, Apt. A, Union, to first offense possession of a Schedule IV narcotic, six months suspended upon two years probation with credit for 27 days already served, and to pay $283.25 in fines and court costs; to first offense possession of a Schedule IV narcotic, six months suspended upon two years probation with credit for 27 days already served, and to pay $283.25 in fines and court costs; to first offense possession of cocaine, two years suspended upon two years probation with credit for 27 days already served, and to pay $798.25 in fines and court costs, sentences to run concurrently.

Trial By Jury

On Wednesday, there was a trial by jury for Terry Paul William Howell, 3061 Buffalo-West Springs Highway, Buffalo, on the charge of attempting to purchase marijuana.

Howell was found not guilty.

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Trial by jury ends in acquittal
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