Former Calhoun resident James A. Christman was ordered to Central
Regional Jail for six months this week by Judge Thomas Evans III. Christman
will serve time for possession of a controlled substance (not less than 15
grams), which is a misdemeanor.|
He is also charged with possession with intent to deliver a controlled
substance, a felony. Besides the jail sentence, he has been fined $1000 plus
costs of all court actions. Judge Evans issued the order on Tuesday, after
the court overruled and denied a motion to disqualify the judge. Christman
was represented by attorney Oscar Hines.
Shelly Sue Burrows, formerly of Mt. Zion, was sentenced Monday to 120 days
in jail, with the sentence suspended in a plea bargain arrangement. The
charges involved possession of a controlled substance not less than 15
grams, a misdemeanor, and a felony charge of possession with intent to
deliver a controlled substance.
Burrows was placed on probation for two years, with numerous conditions.
She was ordered not to have any association with James Christman during
the probationary period, participate in a 40-hour litter control program,
perform community service for a period of 150 hours, pay a fine of $1000,
among other stipulations. Her probationary period will be supervised by
Patricia McCartney, Probation Officer.