(03/18/2021)
The following court dispositions occurred on March 16, 2021, according to Nigel E. Jeffries, Calhoun County Prosecutor:

Daniel Mark Johnson - Entry of plea. The Defendant entered a plea of guilty to the felony offense driving on a suspended or revoked license for DUI third. The Defendant faces an indeterminate sentence of not less than one nor more than three years of incarceration. Sentencing schedule for May 6th.

Brian Husk - Sentencing. The Defendant was sentenced to a term of incarceration of not less than one nor more than five years, to be served in a penitentiary, for the offense of Child Abuse Causing Injury. The Defendant is required to serve 10 years of extended supervised release upon discharging his prison sentence.

Jedediah Stutler - Probation revocation/sentencing. The Defendant’s probation was revoked, and the Defendant was there upon sentenced to a term of incarceration of not less than one nor more than three years, to be served in the penitentiary, for the offense of Attempt to Commit a Felony and six months for the offense of possession of a counterfeit access device to be served in the regional jail said sentences to run consecutively.

Joshwa Whipkey - Sentencing. The Defendant was sentenced to a term of incarceration for not less than one nor more than five years, to be served in the penitentiary, for the offense of Domestic Battery (3rd Offense).

Michael Keeney - Sentencing. The Defendant was sentenced to three years of incarceration, to be served in the penitentiary, for the offense of Driving Under the Influence (3rd offense).

James Edward Nichols - Sentencing. The Defendant was sentenced to one year in the regional jail for the offense of failing to meet child support obligation.

Kenneth Meadows - Probation revocation/sentencing. The Defendant’s probation was revoked, and the Defendant was sentenced to an indeterminate not less than one nor more than fifteen years, to be served in the penitentiary, for the offense of possession with the intent to deliver a controlled substance.


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