Crossville Chronicle, Crossville, TN

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April 20, 2013

Woman pleads in burglary cases

CROSSVILLE — A Cumberland County woman with a lengthy criminal arrest record for burglary and theft pleaded guilty to two charges against her recently and received a split sentence.

Cherie Lynn Reid, 27, whose last known address was listed on Darrell Ave., was facing aggravated burglary, burglary and theft of less than $500 charges in Criminal Court when she entered her guilty plea to the burglary charges.

She received a total of six years in prison, with six months to serve and the balance on supervised probation. She is also to pay $695 in restitution to two victims in the case, and make a $75 contribution to the Economic Crime Fund.

The charges stem from residential break-ins at the Lonnie Kilby residence in July 2011, and the Tina Breeding residence in November 2011.

In other cases on the docket, the following took place:

Arraignment

The following defendants made their first appearance in Criminal Court after the grand jury handed down indictments.

•William Alejandro Alvaraz, aggravated statutory rape, continued to April 15 at which time defendant is to return to court with an attorney.

•Timothy Leo Baker, two counts of statutory rape by an authority figure, continued to May 10 at which time defendant is to return to court with an attorney.

•Kelly Ray Barnwell, aggravated burglary and theft of more than $1,000, continued to April 15 at which time defendant is to return to court with an attorney.

•William Jefferson Boggs, theft of more than $60,000 and vandalism of more than $60,000, Jeff Vires appointed to represent Boggs; continued to the April 26 discussion docket and May 10 deadline docket.

•Crystal Gail Smith Brock, simple possession of morphine and simple possession of Xanax, Public Defender's Office appointed to represent Brock; continued to the April 26 discussion docket and May 10 deadline docket.

•Carl Hugh Carter, second offense driving under the influence, per se, Public Defender's Office appointed to represent the defendant; to pay $150 fee and continued to the April 26 discussion docket and May 10 deadline docket.

•John Thomas Clouse, possession of less than .5 grams of methamphetamine and possession of a weapon during commission of a dangerous felony, Public Defender's Office appointed to represent the defendant; continued to April 26 discussion docket and May 10 deadline docket.

•Thomas Lane Cobb, two counts of simple possession of marijuana, theft of more than $10,000, theft of more than $500, possession of drug paraphernalia and contributing to the delinquency of a minor, continued to May 17.

•Avery Laverne Davenport, sale and delivery of alprazolam, simple possession of marijuana, evading arrest and violation of an order of protection, Public Defender's Office appointed to represent Davenport; continued to the April 26 discussion docket and May 10 deadline docket.

•Leaha C. Davenport, theft of more than $500, Public Defender's Office appointed to represent Davenport; continued to the April 26 discussion docket and May 10 deadline docket.

•Casey Joe Dixon, aggravated burglary and theft of more than $1,000, forfeiture and capias issued for failure to appear; ordered held for bond hearing.

•James Robert Eldridge, possession of oxycontin for sale and for delivery and theft of less than $500, continued to April 15.

•John Lavern Fields, violation of a habitual motor vehicle offender order, Public Defender's Office appointed to represent Fields; continued to the April 26 discussion docket and May 10 deadline docket.

•Sebastian Pascual Gaspar, sexual battery and alternate count of sexual battery by force, continued to May 10 at which time defendant is to return to court with an attorney.

•Warren James Holton, theft of more than $500, Matthew Edwards appointed to represent Holton; continued to the May 17.

•Robert Daniel Killeen, two counts of aggravated burglary, theft of more than $10,000 and vandalism of more than $500, continued to the discussion docket of April 26 and deadline docket of May 10.

•Cori Carroll Knight, two counts of theft of less than $500, continued to May 10.

•Nathaniel Ryan Lake, aggravated burglary and theft of more than $1,000, continued to the discussion docket of April 26 and deadline docket of May 10 at which times Lake is to return to court with an attorney.

•Ashley Elizabeth Locke, theft of more than $500, Kelly Tollett appointed to represent Locke; to pay $150 fee and case continued to the April 26 discussion docket and May 10 deadline docket.

•Brian Andrew Melton, theft of more than $1,000, continued to July 3.

•Jason Russell Randolph, three counts of aggravated burglary, theft of more than $10,000, two counts of theft of more than $1,000 and theft of less than $500, continued to April 26 discussion docket and May 10 deadline docket.

•Alex J.D. Redwine, aggravated assault and theft of less than $500, forfeiture and capias issued for failure to appear; ten days in jail and ordered held for bond hearing.

•Alex James Rogers, three counts of possession of methamphetamine, driving under the influence, two counts of possession of drug paraphernalia and refusing to take an intoximeter test, Public Defender's Office appointed to represent Rogers; assessed a $350 fee and continued to May 17.

•Nathan Kenneth Sherrill, six counts of burglary, three counts of theft of more than $1,000, three counts of theft of less than $500, felony evading arrest, tampering with evidence and underage consumption, Public Defender's Office appointed to represent Sherrill; continued to the April 26 discussion docket and May 10 deadline docket.

•Samantha Rose Sherrill, simple possession of methamphetamine and criminal impersonation, state to consider dropping due to medical issues with discussions to be held.

•George Lee Skinner, felony evading arrest, Public Defender's Office appointed to represent the defendant; continued to the April 26 discussion deadline and May 10 deadline docket.

•Michael Thomas Smith, possession of less than .5 grams of methamphetamine for sale and for delivery, enhanced by violation of the state school zone act, continued to April at which time defendant is to return to court with an attorney.

•Tara M. Spurrier, aggravated burglary and theft of more than $10,000, Matthew Edwards appointed to represent Spurrier; continued to the April 26 discussion docket and May 10 deadline docket.

•Destiny Mae Switzer, possession of a legend drug and simple possession of a schedule II drug, forfeiture and capias issued for failure to appear; ten days in jail and bond set at $2,500.

•Kevin O'Neal Taylor, aggravated domestic assault, fraudulent use of a debit card and attempt to initiate the process to manufacture methamphetamine, Public Defender's Office appointed to represent the defendant; continued to the April docket.

•Charles Edward Templeton, theft of more than $1,000, continued to May 10 at which time Templeton is to return to court with an attorney.

•Michael D. Willis, fourth offense driving under the influence, per se, continued to May 10 at which time Willis is to return to court with an attorney.

•Tracy Norman Wright, attempting to initiate the process to manufacture methamphetamine and aggravated domestic assault, Public Defender's Office appointed to represent the defendant; continued to the April 26 discussion deadline and May 10 deadline docket.

•Ricky Dewayne Young, vandalism of government property, Public Defender's Office appointed to represent the defendant; continued to the April docket.

•Neal Alan Blair, sexual exploitation of a minor and aggravated sexual exploitation of a minor, continued to April docket at which time defendant is to return to court with an attorney.

•James E. Hall, TennCare fraud, forfeiture and capias issued for failure to appear; ten days in jail and bond doubled.

•Thomas Donald Smith, manufacture of less than ten marijuana plants, continued to May 10.

•Robert Eugene Kinder, promotion of the manufacture of methamphetamine, Public Defender's Office appointed to represent the defendant; continued to an April docket.

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