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Find out who was convicted in Wilson County Superior Court

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Walter H. Godwin, presiding

May 13

• Kenneth Barnes, probation violation, defendant admits violation, extend 12 months, $120 attorney fees, pay $100 monthly beginning in June, $100 due today.

• Dennis Woodard, probation violation, defendant admits violation, denies willful, in willful violation, modify to intermediate punishment, active nine months North Carolina Department of Adult Correction, DART, three hours attorney fees.

• Iyowb Morton, probation violation, defendant admits violation, willful, continue probation extend six months, 10 hours community service weekly until employed, waive community service fee, once employed set payment within 20 months of employment.

• James Daniel, probation violation, defendant admits violation, willful, probation revoked, sentence invoked, money civil judgment.

• Corey Bland, probation violation, defendant admits violation, probation revoked, sentence invoked, money civil judgment.

• Jason Perry, probation violation, defendant admits violation, willful, confinement in response to violation 90 days Wilson County Jail, money civil judgment.

• Kelijan Taylor, probation violation, defendant admits violation, willful, continue probation, comply with conditions.

• Terry Jackson, probation violation, defendant admits violation, willful, probation revoked, sentence invoked, money civil judgment.

• Edward Boseman, probation violation, defendant admits violation, willful, probation revoked, sentence invoked, $120 attorney fees, money civil judgment.

• Kali Woodruff, probation violation, defendant admits violation, willful, mental health assessment, $150 attorney fees, modify to live with aunt, electronic house arrest, nine months treatment approved by probation officer.

• Tabitha Jenkins, probation violation, defendant admits violation, willful, probation revoked, sentence invoked, money civil judgment.

• Brittany Pierce, probation violation, defendant admits violation, willful, continue probation, extend 12 months, three months electronic house arrest.

• Tiffany Farley, probation violation, defendant admits violation, willful, continue probation, confinement in response to violation 90 days Wilson County Jail.

• Dexter Graham, probation violation, defendant admits violation, willful, probation revoked, sentence invoked, money civil judgment.

• Brandon Hinnant, probation violation, defendant admits violation, willful, $120 attorney fees, pay $100 monthly beginning in June, continue probation, 48 hours Wilson County Jail complied with, waive probation supervision fees.

• Kayla Moore, probation violation, defendant admits violation, willful, confinement in response to violation 90 days Wilson County Jail, TASC, report to probation officer within 24 hours of release.

• Dominique Best, probation violation, terminate probation, money civil judgment.

• Shameka Ruffin, probation violation, 14 days Wilson County Jail, probation revoked, sentence invoked.

• Michael Reason, probation violation, defendant admits violation, willful, probation revoked, sentence invoked, money civil judgment.

• Mary Williams, probation violation, defendant admits violation, five days Wilson County Jail, terminate probation.

• Notorious Settles, probation violation, defendant admits violation, willful, continue probation, pay $50 monthly, waive all probation supervision fees, extend probation six months.

• Braderick Isom, probation violation, defendant admits violation, willful, confinement in response to violation 90 days Wilson County Jail.

• Quovadis Coley, probation violation, defendant admits violation, willful, confinement in response to violation, 90 days Wilson County Jail.

• Brittney Batts, probation violation, voluntarily dismissed.

• Lakeisha Clay, probation violation, defendant admits violation, willful, extend 24 months, pay $150 monthly beginning in June.

• Frankie Williams, probation violation, defendant admits violation, found in willful violation, $60 attorney fees, pay $100 monthly beginning in June, waive future probation supervision fees.

• Marquell Harring, probation violation, defendant admits violation, willful, continue probation, $120 attorney fees.

• Tracy Ruffin, probation violation, defendant admits violation, willful, continue probation, $90 attorney fees, 10 days Wilson County Jail, terminate probation, money civil judgment.

• Charles M. Harris, probation violation, defendant admits violation, pay $150 monthly, attorney fee civil judgment.

May 14

• Jamal Daniels, probation violation, defendant admits violation, continue probation, 90 days DART, $180 attorney fees civil judgment, hold until bed is available.

• Andrew Bissette, probation violation, defendant admits violation, willful, continue probation, five days Wilson County Jail, sign over cash bond, review in September.

• John Barnes, probation violation, defendant admits violation, remit future probation supervision fees $1,000 balance terminate once paid, extend probation 12 months,

• James Murray, probation violation, defendant admits violation, willful, 30 days TASC, once completed terminate probation.

• Solomeesha Oneal, probation violation, defendant admits violation, willful, Wilson County Jail until 1 p.m. satisfies community service.

• Joseph Ruffin, probation violation, defendant admits violation, $1,500 due today, remaining money civil judgment, terminate probation.

• Robin Pender, pleaded no contest to common law robbery, 14-26 months North Carolina Department of Adult Correction suspended 36 months, court costs, no contact with victims, 20 hours community service weekly until employed, waive community service fee, set payment schedule once employed, waive jail fees; second-degree burglary, 14-26 months North Carolina Department of Adult Correction at the expiration of previous sentence.

• Robert Griffin, pleaded guilty to possess drug paraphernalia, 60 days Wilson County Jail, money civil judgment, destroy drugs.

• Eric Morgan, pleaded guilty to fail to turn in title, 45 days Wilson County Jail, court costs, $180 attorney fees, $800 restitution, 18 months supervised probation, waive probation supervision fees, pay $100 monthly beginning in June, if all money is paid after 12 months move to unsupervised probation.

May 15

• Okeith Parker, pleaded guilty to possess firearm by felon, 17-30 months North Carolina Department of Adult Correction suspended 18 months, court costs, $360 attorney fees, weapon destroyed, money seized to WCSB, pay $300 today and $100 monthly beginning in June.

• Ronald Pulley, pleaded guilty to maintain dwelling controlled substance, 45 days Wilson County Jail suspended 12 months, court costs, $390 attorney fees, no contact with co-defendants, TASC and treatment, pay $100 monthly beginning in May.

• Sean Grady-Jones, probation violation, defendant admits violation, willful, continue probation, 10 days Wilson County Jail, pay $100 monthly.

• Tykorian Holden, probation violation, defendant admits violation, willful, 30 days Wilson County Jail, attorney civil judgment.

• Rakeem Boswell, pleaded no contest to possess cocaine, 6-17 months North Carolina Department of Adult Correction suspended 18 months, court costs, $360 attorney fees, TASC, 20 hours community service weekly until employed, once employed set payment schedule, waive probation supervision fees, destroy evidence.

• Travis Batts, pleaded guilty to possess cocaine, 6-17 months North Carolina Department of Adult Correction, money civil judgment, $120 attorney fees.

• Douglas Allen, probation violation, defendant admits violation, denies willful, confinement in response to violation, 90 days Wilson County Jail, waive all jail fees.

• Shafari Harper, pleaded guilty to flee to elude arrest, 45 days Wilson County Jail suspended 12 months, $500 fine, court costs, defendant does not have license, pay $100 monthly beginning in May, six months no violations and all money paid, move to unsupervised probation, waive probation supervision fees.

• Price Lucas, pleaded guilty to flee/elude arrest motor vehicle, 71 days Wilson County Jail, money civil judgment.

• Michael Barnes, pleaded guilty to maintain vehicle controlled substance, 120 days misdemeanor confinement program suspended 12 months, court costs, TASC, destroy evidence, money to WCSB, pay $100 monthly, waive probation supervision fees; possess drug paraphernalia, 120 days misdemeanor confinement program suspended 12 months, court costs, TASC, destroy evidence, money to WCSB, pay $100 monthly, waive probation supervision fees.

• Jonas Hargrove, pleaded guilty to larceny motor vehicle, 6-17 months North Carolina Department of Adult Correction at expiration of 90 days confinement in response to violation, money civil judgment, $672 attorney fees.

• Erin Garrison, pleaded guilty to possess cocaine, 6-17 months North Carolina Department of Adult Correction; possess marijuana, 120 days misdemeanor confinement program at expiration of previous sentence, suspended 18 months intermediate punishment, court costs, $480 attorney fees, TASC.

• Crystal Parrish, probation violation, 30 days Wilson County Jail, TASC, $120 attorney fees civil judgment, electronic house arrest once released.

• Kimberly Redance, probation violation, defendant admits violation, possess drug paraphernalia adjusted, suspended 18 months, $100 fine, court costs, $240 attorney fees, 24 hours community service within 180 days, money due today.

• Stanley Locus, pleaded guilty — Alford plea, obtain property false pretense, 9-20 months North Carolina Department of Adult Correction, money civil judgment, $240 attorney fees.

• Thomas Godwin, pleaded guilty to breaking and entering, 45 days Wilson County Jail suspended 12 months, court costs, restitution, money due in six months, waive probation supervision fees.

• Jamal McNair, probation violation, defendant admits violation, willful, continue probation, pay $100 monthly beginning in May, waive probation supervision fees, extend probation 12 months.

• Jasmine Huggins, pleaded guilty to common law forgery, suspended 18 months court cost, $330 attorney fees, restitution, pay $100 monthly, waive probation supervision fees.

• Lorenzo Boykin, pleaded guilty to three counts habitual larceny, consolidated for judgment, 20-33 months North Carolina Department of Adult Correction, money civil judgment, $270 attorney fees.

• Perfecto Aquirre, pleaded guilty to maintain dwelling controlled substance, 45 days Wilson County Jail suspended 12 months, court costs, TASC, $360 attorney fees, pay $150 monthly beginning in May.

• Early Boyd, pleaded guilty to larceny motor vehicle, 16-29 months North Carolina Department of Adult Correction, money civil judgment, $490 attorney fees.

• Christopher Taylor, pleaded guilty to larceny of person, 8-19 months North Carolina Department of Adult Correction, money civil judgment, $750 attorney fees, restitution.

May 16

• Everly Ruffin, pleaded guilty to possess Schedule II controlled substance, 6-17 months North Carolina Department of Adult Correction at expiration of any sentence, money civil judgment, $300 attorney fees, money to WCSB, destroy evidence.

• Elmer Marroquin, aka Walter Lopez, pleaded no contest to indecent liberties with child, 19-23 months North Carolina Department of Adult Correction, money civil judgment, $1,275 attorney fees.

• Tiffany Shingleton, pleaded guilty to possess cocaine, 6-17 months North Carolina Department of Adult Correction, money civil judgment, $360 attorney fees.

• Dylan Watkins, pleaded guilty to breaking and entering, 45 days Wilson County Jail suspended 36 months, court costs, restitution, no contact with victim, TASC, $150 due today by 4 p.m., pay $130 monthly, waive probation supervision fees.

• Derrick Rowe, probation violation, defendant admits violation, willful, pay $150 monthly, two weekends Wilson County Jail at direction of probation officer within 60 days, waive probation supervision fees, $180 attorney fees, extend 12 months.

• Jordan Barnes, pleaded guilty to misdemeanor larceny, 120 days Wilson County Jail; pleaded guilty to obstruct justice and possess stolen goods, consolidated for judgment, 120 days Wilson County Jail at expiration of any previous sentence, probation revoked.

• Jakeem Anderson, pleaded guilty to firearm by felon and carry concealed weapon, 12-24 months North Carolina Department of Adult Correction suspended 18 months, court costs, $390 attorney fees, pay $100 monthly beginning in June, destroy/return weapon.

• Jimmy Forte, pleaded guilty to breaking and entering and felony larceny, 84-113 months North Carolina Department of Adult Correction; possess firearm felon, 84-113 months North Carolina Department of Adult Correction at expiration of previous sentence; breaking and entering, felony larceny, breaking and entering motor vehicle, consolidated for judgment, at expiration of previous sentences, 120 months North Carolina Department of Adult Correction to run concurrent.

• Timothy Gill, pleaded guilty to possess with intent to sell/deliver marijuana, 6-17 months North Carolina Department of Adult Correction, money civil judgment, $280 attorney fees.

• Lamarcus Jones, pleaded guilty to driving while impaired, 48 hours to 120 days misdemeanor confinement program suspended 12 months, 24 hours community service within 180 days, waive community service fee, not operate vehicle until properly licensed, treatment complied with, pay $100 monthly beginning in June, $540 attorney fees, waive probation supervision fees.

• Christopher Baker, pleaded guilty to obstruct justice, 45 days Wilson County Jail, money civil judgment, $390 attorney fees.

• Markeis Barnes, pleaded guilty — Alford plea, possess cocaine, 4-14 months North Carolina Department of Adult Correction, money civil judgment, $180 attorney fees.

• Anthony Richardson, pleaded no contest to four counts buy/sell motor vehicle no license, consolidated for judgment, 120 days misdemeanor confinement program suspended 24 months, $500 fine, court costs, waive probation supervision fees, not sell/transfer vehicle in North Carolina, not violate probation, pay $100 monthly beginning in June; pleaded no contest to three counts buy/sell motor vehicle no license, consolidated for judgment, 120 days misdemeanor confinement program suspended 24 months at expiration of previous sentence, $500 fine, court costs, waive probation supervision fees, not sell/transfer vehicle in North Carolina, not violate probation, pay $100 monthly beginning in June.

• Lamont Speight, pleaded no contest to attempted felony larceny, 10-21 months North Carolina Department of Adult Correction; attempted felony larceny, 10-21 months North Carolina Department of Adult Correction at expiration of previous sentence; attempted felony larceny, 10-21 months North Carolina Department of Adult Correction at expiration of previous sentence; attempted felony larceny, 10-21 months North Carolina Department of Adult Correction at expiration of previous sentence, each count suspended five years, court costs, restitution on worksheet, pay $125 month beginning in June, waive probation supervision fees, not violate current probation.

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