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Who was sentenced in Wilson County Superior Court?

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Jeffery B. Foster, presiding

March 14

• Virginia Kientz, pleaded guilty to child abuse serious bodily injury, 13-25 months North Carolina Department of Adult Correction suspended 60 months, 120 days Wilson County Jail with credit, court costs, $2,250 attorney fees, continue treatment Carolina Outreach and attend any meetings referred by counselor, not be alone with any child under 15, not be around controlled substance or users, curfew by probation officer, obtain employment or be in school.

• Zach Foley, pleaded guilty to child abuse, 84-113 months North Carolina Department of Adult Correction, court costs and attorney fees civil judgment, drug treatment counseling, no contact with foster parents.

• Jasmine Wills, pleaded guilty to obstruct justice, 15 days Wilson County Jail suspended 24 months unsupervised probation, court costs, not file false claims and cooperate with any investigations.

• Timothy Langley, pleaded no contest to contributing to delinquency of minor, 45 days Wilson County Jail suspended 36 months, court costs, $720 attorney fees, no use of alcohol or controlled substance without prescription, no places where drugs/alcohol are used, no bars, TASC, stay employed, if within 24 months all monies paid and treatment completed transfer to unsupervised probation.

• Tyrone Mitchell pleaded guilty to possess marijuana, 45 days Wilson County Jail suspended 24 months, court costs, TASC, no controlled substance unless prescribed, no controlled substance users; flee elude arrest with motor vehicle; 45 days Wilson County Jail suspended 24 months at expiration of previous sentence, TASC, no controlled substance unless prescribed, no controlled substance users.

• Brandon Williams, pleaded guilty to maintain dwelling/vehicle for controlled substance, 90 days Wilson County Jail suspended 24 months, court costs, $1,098 attorney fees, lab fee, TASC, no controlled substance, no drug users, obtain GED, after 12 months if conditions are met move to unsupervised probation.

• Henry Anderson, pleaded guilty to sell cocaine, 13-25 months North Carolina Department of Adult Correction suspended 24 months, court costs, lab fee, TASC, no controlled substance, no drug users.

March 15

• Georges Louis, pleaded guilty to obstruct justice, 90-96 suspended 12 months, court costs, waive supervision fees, 48 hours community service within six months, continue treatment, waive community service fee.

• Kali Woodruff, pleaded guilty to breaking and entering, 45 days Wilson County Jail suspended 36 months, court costs, serve 10 days Wilson County Jail, hold until bed is ready with PORT, when ready release to mother, credit for PORT, 90 days in-patient treatment, not leave without discharge, stay away from defendant;

• Laquash Clyburn, pleaded guilty-Alford plea, to attempted break and enter motor vehicle, deferred prosecution, six months suspended, waive supervision fees, court cost, no contact with co-defendants, 24 hours community service within 90 days, waive fee, no Pike Street, no contact with victim.

• Brandon Ruffin, pleaded no contest to larceny, 6-17 months N.C. Department of Adult Correction suspended 36 months, court cost, restitution on worksheet, restitution paid first, pay $200 each month starting in 15 days then every 30 days until paid, no contact with victim or property.

• Nazir Williams, pleaded guilty to assault on female, 75 days Wilson County Jail suspended 24 months, court costs, serve 72 hours days Wilson County Jail with credit, remit supervision fees within first week, report for anger management and parenting class, not assault, harass or threaten victim, support children, GED, get employment with 60 days, return weapon.

• Joshua Little, pleaded guilty to misdemeanor larceny, 45 days Wilson County Jail suspended 24 months, court costs, restitution on worksheet, joint and several liability with co-defendant, $660 attorney fees, pay restitution first, no contact with victim of pawn shop, TASC; probation violation, probation revoked, sentence invoked.

March 26

• Sacha Rosier, probation violation, defendant admits violation, continue on probation, report to treatment at direction of probation officer, 20 hours community service weekly until employed, waive community service fee.

• Jeremy Parker, probation violation, defendant admits violation, continue on probation, strike community service, transfer to Florida once all money is paid.

• Michael Barnes, probation violation, defendant admits violation, $200 due monthly, continue probation and extend 12 months, transfer to Beaufort County.

• Angel Harris, probation violation, defendant admits violation, denies willful, continue on probation and extend 18 months, 20 hours community service weekly until employed, waive supervision fee.

• James Lucas, probation violation, defendant admits violation, extend nine months, confinement in response to violation 90 days Wilson County Jail.

• Antonio Pack, probation violation, defendant admits violation, probation revoked, sentence invoked.

• Jardana Williams, probation violation, defendant admits violation, denies willful, continue on probation and extend 12 months, $200 due monthly beginning in April, strike future supervision fees.

• Sequin Curry, probation violation, defendant admits, continue on probation, 30 days Wilson County Jail for contempt.

• Anthony Atkinson, probation violation, extend 12 months, confinement in response to violation 90 days Wilson County Jail.

• Daron Hester, probation violation, defendant admits violation, probation revoked, sentence invoked.

• Daniel Ethridge, probation violation, defendant admits violation, 30 days Wilson County Jail, continue on probation, TASC or treatment at direction of probation officer.

• Michael Oneal, probation violation, defendant admits violation, continue on probation, defendant to comply with TASC and work out payment schedule with probation officer.

• Derrick Brooks, probation violation, defendant admits violation, continue probation, extend six months, abide by previous orders.

• Robert Parker, probation violation, continue probation, $150 due monthly beginning in April, waive future supervision fees, transfer to Nash County, extend probation 12 months.

• Michelle Winstead, deferred prosecution violation for possess stolen goods, defendant admits violation, 18 months supervised probation, 24 hours community service within 180 days, pay $100 monthly beginning April 1, court costs, restitution, $330 attorney fees, waive community service fee, unsupervised probation once in full compliance, joint and several liability with co-defendants.

• Marquis Watson, probation violation, defendant admits violation, probation revoked, sentence invoked.

• Andrea King, probation violation, defendant admits violation, probation revoked, sentence invoked.

• Malik Allen, probation violation, defendant denies violation, confinement in response to violation 90 days Wilson County Jail.

• Rebecca Carter, probation violation, defendant admits violation, denies willful, extend 12 months, $100 due monthly beginning in April, waive supervision fees; probation violation, two 24-hour periods Wilson County Jail at direction of probation officer, waive supervision fees.

• Charles Barnes, probation violation, defendant admits violation, continue on probation, 20 hours community service weekly until employed, waive community service fee, set payment schedule.

• Markeis Barnes, probation violation, defendant admits violation, continue probation, extend one year, waive supervision fee, $75 due monthly beginning April 1.

• Bryson Carr, probation violation, extend 36 months, $125 per month beginning April 1, waive supervision fee, continue treatment, $60 attorney fees; probation violation, extend 36 months.

• Dashawn Camp, probation violation, defendant admits violation, 30 days Wilson County Jail for contempt.

• Bill Mayo, probation violation, defendant admits violation, terminate; probation violation, defendant admits violation, on April 1 $100 due monthly, waive supervision fees, extend probation 12 months.

• Ramon Rodriguez, probation violation, defendant denies violation, continue on probation, on April 1 $100 due monthly, extend probation 12 months, remit future supervision fees, terminate once all money is paid.

• Tyrone Eatmon, probation violation, confinement in response to violation 90 days Wilson County Jail.

• Tyrone Johnson, probation violation, defendant admits violation, continue probation, complete GED with one year, extend probation 12 months, on April 1 $100 due monthly, waive future supervision fees.

• Isaiah Morgan, probation violation, defendant admits violation, confinement in response to violation 90 days Wilson County Jail, terminate all probation.

• Fabian Williams, probation violation, defendant admits violation, continue on probation, 20 hours community service until employed, waive community service fee.

• Pamela Jones, probation violation, defendant admits violation, defendant to pay monies, once paid terminate probation.

• Timothy Jones, probation violation, defendant admits violation, pay $592.50 then probation will be terminated; judge will strike supervision fees if money is paid.

• Bennie Meeks, probation violation, terminate, money civil judgment.

• Melissa Mayer, probation violation, defendant admits violation, denies willful, continue on probation, waive future fees, once $685 paid, terminate probation.

• Eric McCray, probation violation, defendant admits violation, adjudicated 6-17 months North Carolina Department of Adult Correction suspended 18 months, court costs, 12 hours community service within 180 days, community service fee, TASC and treatment, on April 1, $100 due monthly.

• Jeffrey Stocks, probation violation, defendant admits violation, $615 paid today, terminate probation.

• Jeffrey Sauls, probation violation, defendant admits violation, $200 due today and monthly beginning April 1, waive future supervision fees.

• Mark Smith, probation violation, continue on probation, on April 1 $100 due monthly, extend probation 12 months, if all conditions are complied with in six months transfer to unsupervised probation.

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