(05/21/2001)
From Court Records/Calhoun Circuit Clerk

During the recent session of Circuit Court, Guy Knicely pled guilty to driving with a suspended license second offense. He will return to court on June 25th for imposition of sentence and plea.

Teresa Jett, charged with manufacturing a controlled substance, was arraigned on May 11th. A status conference will be held on September 4th, a pre-trial conference on September 7th and a criminal trial on September 11th.

Benjamin Jackson, charged with manufacturing a controlled substance, was arraigned on May 11th. A status conference is scheduled for September 4th and a criminal trial is scheduled for September 6th.

Jesse Roberts, charged with grand larceny/burgarly was arraigned on May 11th. He will appear before the court on June 25th for a hearing on a motion to dismiss.

Robbie Lamp, charged with failure to provide child support to a minor, appeared on May 11th for arraignment.

A welfare fraud case against Issac Bell and Loretta Bell was dismissed after the State reportedly was unable to procure documentation for evidence.

Darrell Neal, charged with sexual assault in the third degree, will appear on June 25th for imposition of sentence/plea.

Gregory Harrison, charged with B & E/grand larceny, will have a status conference on August 18th and appear on August 21st for a criminal trial.

Burrows vs. Williams is scheduled for a pre-trial motion on December 17th.

Gary Goodrich pled guilty to DUI-third offense and will appear on June 25th for imposition of sentence.

Patricia Moorehead, charged with welfare fraud, will appear on July 30th for a status conference.

Darius Anderson, charged with DUI-third offense, will appear on September 7th for a status conference and on September 11th for a criminal trial.

Forrest Foster, charged with DUI-3rd offense, will appear on September 7th for a status conference and on September 11th for a criminal trial.

Charles Bonnett, charged with DUI-3rd offense, will appear on September 7th for a status conference and on September 11th for a criminal trial.


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