Circuit court cases heard in June

The following cases were adjudicated in Patrick County Circuit Court in June, according to records in the Patrick County Circuit Court Clerk’s office.

June 4:

Jason Ziglar, of Stuart, was found guilty of three counts of sale of a Schedule I or II controlled substance and sentenced to 10 years in the penitentiary, all suspended, and costs on each count; one count each conspiracy to sell a controlled substance and sentenced to five years in the penitentiary, all suspended, and costs; sale of a Schedule III controlled substance and sentenced to five years in the penitentiary, all suspended, and costs; hit and run and sentenced to five years in the penitentiary, all suspended, and costs; drive while suspended and sentenced to 12 months in jail, all suspended, and costs and Operators License suspended for 90 days. Ziglar also was sentenced to five years probation, restitution of $7,510 and successfully complete the CCAP Program.

Stephanie Davis, of Bassett, was found guilty of one count each simple assault, and ordered to pay costs; disorderly conduct and sentenced to 12 months, all suspended contingent on two years good behavior and costs.

Min David Wang, of Kernersville, N.C., was found guilty of speeding and ordered to pay a $60 fine and costs.

Jennifer Donley, of Bassett, was found guilty of a probation violation; all previously suspended time was revoked and re-suspended. Donley also was sentenced to five years probation and ordered to pay costs.

June 6:

Jacqueline Suzanne Fields, of Fieldale, was found guilty of petty larceny, and sentenced to 12 months in jail, with 11 months and 15 days suspended; ordered to pay a $200 fine; must complete 12 months of good behavior and is banned from Wal-Mart property for one-year.

Joshua Hambrick, address not listed, was found guilty of a probation violation. All previously suspended time was revoked and re-suspended upon successful completion of the CCAP Program, ordered to pay costs and probation remains intact.

Jeffery Howard Richards, address not listed, was found guilty of a probation violation. All previously suspended time was revoked and re-suspended, except for 10 months. Probation remains intact and ordered to pay costs.

June 8:

Walter Jessup, of Pilot Mountain, N.C., was found guilty of three counts of distribution of a Schedule I or II controlled substance and sentenced on each of two counts to 10 years in the penitentiary, all suspended, ordered to pay a $200 fine, Operators License suspended for six months and ordered to pay costs; sentenced on one count to 10 years in the penitentiary, all suspended except two years and six months, ordered to pay a $200 fine, Operators License suspended for six months and ordered to pay costs; one count each possess gun with Schedule I or II drug and sentenced to five years, all suspended and ordered to pay costs; possess gun on person with Schedule I or II drugs and sentenced to two years in the penitentiary (the mandatory minimum), and ordered to pay costs. Jessup also must pay restitution of $975 and costs. Also must successfully complete Therapeutic Community Program and sentenced to five years probation.

Jimmy Stanley, of Patrick Springs, was found guilty of aggravated sexual battery and sentenced to 20 years, all suspended except two years, eight years on probation, ordered to pay a $250 fine, costs, register as a sex offender and attend sex offender counseling.

Jayson Hill, of Dusgpur, was found guilty of a probation violation. All previously suspended time was revoked and re-suspended, two years probation, attend anger management and parenting classes, successfully complete a drug treatment program and ordered to pay costs.

David Michael Teague, of Stuart, was found guilty of five counts of distribute Schedule I or II controlled substance and sentenced on one count to 10 years in the penitentiary, all suspended except three years and one month, Operators License suspended for six months and ordered to pay costs; sentenced on four counts to 10 years in the penitentiary, all suspended, Operators License suspended for six months and ordered to pay costs. He also was found guilty of one count each distribute Schedule IV controlled substance and sentenced to five years in the penitentiary, all suspended, Operators License suspended for six months and ordered to pay costs; manufacture methamphetamine and sentenced to three years in the penitentiary (the mandatory minimum), Operators License suspended for six months and ordered to pay costs; possess gun with Schedule I or II drug and sentenced to five years, all suspended, and ordered to pay costs. He also was ordered to make restitution of $492 and costs, five years probation and complete a community program.

Lonnie Howell, of Stuart, was found guilty on one count each possess Schedule I or II controlled substance and sentenced to 10 years in the penitentiary, all suspended except nine months, Operators License suspended for six months, successfully complete CCAP Program, five years probation and ordered to pay costs; probation violation, with all previously suspended time revoked and re-suspended and ordered to pay costs.

June 18:

Johnny Dean Bevins, of Stuart, was  found guilty of assault and batter and sentenced to 30 days in jail, all suspended, a year of good behavior and ordered to pay costs.

Wendy McCraw, of Mount Airy, N.C., was found guilty of disorderly conduct and sentenced to 60 days in jail, all suspended upon one year of good behavior and ordered to pay costs.

Dillard France, of Stuart, was found guilty of fail to appear and sentenced to seven days in jail and ordered to pay costs.

Betty Jean Gammons, of Collinsville, was found guilty of speeding and sentenced to pay a fine of $120 and costs.

Kimberly Greer, of Henry, was found guilty of a probation violation. All time previously suspended was revoked and re-suspended, two years of good behavior and costs.

Brandon Scales, of Axton, was found guilty of fail to appear and ordered to pay costs.

Robert Page, of Ararat, was found guilty of three counts of aggravated sexual battery and sentenced on one count to 10 years in the penitentiary, all suspended except three years, and ordered to pay costs; on two counts, 10 years in the penitentiary, all suspended, and ordered to pay costs. Sentence also includes five years probation, to run concurrent with any other, register as a sex offender, attend sex offender treatment and have no contact with victim.

Michael Clifton, of Stuart, was found guilty of one count each reckless driving and ordered to pay a fine of $125 and costs; no Driver’s License, ordered to pay a fine of $50 and costs.

June 21:

Christopher Michael Hicks, of Axton, was found guilty of one count each reckless driving and ordered to pay a fine of $500, six months in jail, all suspended, and costs; disorderly conduct and sentenced to 12 months in jail, all suspended except 30 days, ordered to pay a fine of  $250 and costs. He also was sentenced to two years of good behavior.

June 22:

Jerry Christopher Howard, of Stuart, was found guilty of one count each possess Schedule I or II controlled substance and sentenced to 20 years in the penitentiary, all suspended except three years, pay a fine of $1000 fine, Operators License is suspended for six months and ordered to pay costs; possess firearm by a felon and sentenced to five years in the penitentiary, all suspended except two years (mandatory minimum), and ordered to pay costs. He also was sentenced to five years probation, must successfully complete a community program and forfeiture of a firearm.

Nicholas Cahoon, of Collinsville, was found guilty of one count each shoplifting and sentenced to five years in the penitentiary, all suspended except six months, and ordered to pay costs; drive while suspended and sentenced to 12 months in jail, all suspended, a fine of $200, Operators License suspended for 90 days and ordered to pay costs. Cahoon also was sentenced to five years probation and must successfully complete a CCAP program.

Randy Griffith, of Stuart , was found guilty of three counts of distribute Schedule I or II controlled substance and sentenced on one count to 10 years in the penitentiary, all suspended except for three years and six months, ordered to pay costs and Operators License was suspended for six months. He was sentenced on two counts to 10 years in the penitentiary, all suspended, ordered to pay costs and Operators License suspended for six months. Griffith also was found guilty of one count each sale of Schedule III controlled substance, and sentenced to five years in the penitentiary, all suspended, ordered to pay costs and Operators License suspended for six months; conspiracy to sell controlled substance and sentenced to five years in the penitentiary, all suspended, and ordered to pay costs; manufacture controlled substance and sentenced to 10 years in the penitentiary, all suspended, ordered to pay costs and Operators License was suspended for six months; possess precursor/meth and sentenced to five years in the  penitentiary, all suspended, ordered to pay costs, and Operators License suspended for six months. He also was sentenced to five years probation, must successfully complete a community program, and pay restitution.

John Wolverton, of Graham, N.C., was found guilty of grand larceny and sentenced to 10 years in the penitentiary, all suspended except 30 days, five years good behavior and ordered to pay costs.

Joseph Manns, of Spencer, was found guilty of two counts each distribute Schedule I or II controlled substance and sentenced on one count to five years in the penitentiary, all suspended except one year and three months, ordered to pay costs and Operators License suspended for six months; sentenced on one count to five years in the penitentiary, all suspended, ordered to pay costs and Operators License suspended for six months; conspiracy to distribute Schedule I or II controlled substance and sentenced on one count to five years in the penitentiary, all suspended, ordered to pay costs and Operators License suspended for six months; five years in the penitentiary, all suspended, ordered to pay costs, Operators License suspended for six months. He also was sentenced to two years probation and five years good behavior.

Christina Manns, of Stuart, was found guilty of three counts distribute Schedule I or II controlled substance and sentenced on one count to five years in the penitentiary, all suspended except one year, ordered to pay costs and Operators License suspended for six months; sentenced on two counts to five years in the penitentiary all suspended, ordered to pay costs and Operators License suspended for six months. She also was found guilty of two counts of conspiracy to distribute Schedule I or II controlled substance, and sentenced on each count to five years in the penitentiary all suspended, ordered to pay costs, Operators License suspended for six months. She also must complete two years probation and five years good behavior.

June 25:

Wendy Tilley, of Bassett , was found guilty of shoplift and sentenced to six months, all suspended contingent on two years good behavior, and ordered to pay costs.

Annie Oakley Williams, of Mount Airy, N.C., was found guilty of one count each sale of Schedule I or II controlled substance, and sentenced to 10 years in the penitentiary, all suspended except one year and 10 months, ordered to pay a fine of $100, Operators License was suspended for six months and costs; conspiracy to sell controlled substance, and sentenced to five years in the penitentiary, all suspended, ordered to pay a fine of $100 and costs. She also must make restitution of $290, serve five years probation and successfully complete a drug treatment program.

Joshua Cloud, of Martinsville, was found guilty of a probation violation. All time previously suspended was revoked and re-suspended, except 10 days. Cloud also must serve two years probation and pay costs.

Lance Waldrop, of Hattiesburg, MS, was found guilty of two counts sale of Schedule I or II controlled substance, and sentenced on one count to 10 years in the penitentiary, all suspended except two years and ordered to pay costs; and 10 years in the penitentiary all suspended and ordered to pay costs on the second count. Waldrop also was found guilty of one count each probation violation. All time previously suspended was revoked and re-suspended, and ordered to pay costs; distribute marijuana and ordered to pay a fine of $500 with $250 suspended and costs; possess Schedule III drug and sentenced to 12 months in jail, all suspended, and ordered to pay costs. Waldrop also must make restitution of $140 and serve four years probation.

Antonio Carter, of Critz, was found guilty of five counts of distribute Schedule I or II controlled substance, second or subsequent offense, and sentenced on each count to 10 years in the penitentiary with all suspended except 3 years (mandatory minimum), ordered to pay costs, Operators License suspended for six months and serve five years probation.

June 29:

Brandon Bowman, of Stuart, was found guilty of a probation violation. All time previously suspended was revoked and re-suspended, except nine months, five years good behavior and costs.

David Earl Burgess, of Patrick Springs, was found guilty of no Drivers License and ordered to pay a fine of $25 and costs.

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