|Disposition of felony cases on Monday's Calhoun Circuit Court Docket scheduled before Judge David W. Nibert, according to Prosecutor Shannon Jones.|
- David Allen Booher, arraignment, related to forgery and uttering charges. His case was transferred to Judge Evans and will be set for trial at a later date.
- Sherry Lynne Jones, arraignment, related to fraud obtaining welfare benefits is
set for jury trial on March 3, 2015.
- Jacquelyn L. Hannah, arraignment, related to fraud obtaining welfare benefits. She was provided a copy of her indictment and her case was set for arraignment on October 2.
- Matthew David Jeffery, arraignment, related to being prohibited from possession of firearms. Jeffrey did not appear for arraignment and a bench warrant was issued for his arrest. If anyone has any information relating to the whereabouts of Mr. Jeffrey, they are encouraged to call local law enforcement, according to prosecutor Johnson.
- February Michelle Williams, arraignment, related to grand larceny/embezzlement. Her arraignment was set for October 2.
- Joshawa Lynn Whipkey, pretrial, related to meth charges. There being no motions, his case is set for trial September 30th.
- Allen Ray Nelson, Jr, pretrial. Nelson’s trial set for September 30 was continued to March 3, 2015 on his attorney’s motion.
- Jason Levi White, pretrial, related to meth charges. His case was set for a status hearing on September 30.
- Joshua Thomas Slider, pretrial, related to meth charges. Attorneys moved to continue trial to November 18.
- Georgie Gaglione, pretrial, related to meth charges. Attorneys moved to continue trial to November 18.
- John Frederick Fisher, pretrial, related to meth charges. His case set for trial September 30th.
- Thomas Lee Husk, sentencing, related to murder charges. (See additional story). Husk appeared for sentencing pursuant to his guilty plea to voluntary manslaughter in the death of John Dale Cyrus in 2011. Judge Nibert sentenced him to six years in the state penitentiary and gave him credit for the time he has served on home confinement.
- Fifteen juvenile cases on the docket.
The next Circuit Court date will be September 22 with Judge Thomas Evans.