Crossville Chronicle, Crossville, TN

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December 4, 2012

Complex agreement results in 10-year split sentence

24 forgery, passing forged instrument charges settled

CROSSVILLE — A Cumberland County man received a split sentence combining over two dozen charges into a short time in jail, followed by years of probation.

Kevin Meade Bugress, 41, whose address when last arrested was listed on POW Camp Rd., received a ten-year sentence, with six months to serve in jail (credit for 88 days already served), and the balance to be served on supervised probation.

Over the past year or so, Burgess racked up 24 counts of forgery, 24 counts of passing a forged instrument, and one count each of fraudulent us of a debit card of more than $1,000, and sale of a schedule II drug.

He had been indicted on the debit card and forgery charges and and the sale of a controlled substance charge was pending in Cumberland County General Sessions Court.

In a complex sentencing agreement, all the pending charges were combined, and through a series of consecutive and concurrent sentences, the 10-year suspended sentence was reached. Once the sentence is served, Burgess will be placed on supervised probation and will be required to start making payments toward restitution of $6,714.23.

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

Continued boundover

The following charges are waiting presentation to the Cumberland County Grand Jury, having been bound over from General Sessions Court. All defendants are to return to court on Jan. 25, after the grand jury meets.

•Billy Joe Cunningham, manufacture, delivery or sale of methamphetamine, possession of meth for resale, promotion of the manufacture of meth and child abuse/neglect.

•Dana June Forpahl, manufacture, sale or delivery of methamphetamine, promotion of the manufacture of meth and child abuse/neglect.

•Freddie Thomas Rector, manufacture, sale or delivery of methamphetamine, promotion of the manufacture of meth and child abuse/neglect.

•Daryl Wayne Roberts, passing a forged instrument.

•Melinda Rose Tuttle, manufacture, sale or delivery of methamphetamine, promotion of the manufacture of meth and child abuse/neglect.

Arraignment

The following defendants made their first appearance in Criminal Court after being indicted:

•Andrea Nichole Augusti, aggravated robbery, Robert Zecher appointed to represent Augusti; continued to Jan. 22 for negotiations and Jan. 30 for the deadline docket.

•Aaron Dale Ashburn, statutory rape, Public Defender's Office appointed to represent the defendant; continued to Dec. 11.

•Joshua Wayne Bohannon, sexual battery and indecent exposure, negotiation deadline set for Jan. 22; deadline docket set for Jan. 30.

•Alexander Michael Calabrese, two counts of aggravated burglary, criminal simulation and vandalism, continued.

•Billy Ray Conley, fifth offense driving under the influence, driving on a revoked license, refusing an intoximeter test and violation of the habitual motor vehicle offender law, continued to Dec. 11 at which time defendant is to return to court with an attorney.

•Wolford W. Crabtree, violation of the habitual motor vehicle offender law, Public Defender's Office appointed to represent the defendant; continued to Jan. 22 for the negotiations docket; and Jan. 30 for the deadline docket.

•Gregory Wade Dannels, theft of less than $500 and vandalism of more than $10,000, Public Defender's Office appointed to represent Dannels; continued to negotiation docket Jan. 22; and deadline docket Jan. 30.

•Mary Ann DeBord, aggravated burglary and theft of more than $1,000, Public Defender's Office appointed to represent DeBord; continued to negotiation docket Jan. 22; and deadline docket Jan. 30.

•William K Dellolio, robbery, and alternate count of robbery by violence, Public Defender's Office appointed to represent Dellolio; continued to Dec. 11.

•Joseph D. Dunn, theft of more than $1,000, Public Defender's Office appointed to represent Dellolio; continued to Dec. 22 negotiation docket and Jan. 30 deadline docket.

•Darnell Durbin, aggravated assault with a weapon, continued to Dec. 22 negotiation docket and Jan. 30 deadline docket.

•Paul J. Eldred, reckless endangerment, Public Defender's Office appointed to represent Eldred; continued to Dec. 22 negotiation docket and Jan. 30 deadline docket.

•Shawn Keith Ferguson, theft of more than $500, forfeiture and capias issued for failure to appear; ten days in jail and ordered held for bond hearing.

•Robert J. Gilleand, aggravated robbery, Public Defender's Office appointed to represent Gilleand; continued to Dec. 11.

•Amber Nicole Helton, burglary and theft of more than $1,000, Jeff Vires appointed to represent Helton; continued to Dec. 11.

•Scott Edward Hodge, theft of more than $1,000, continued to Dec. 22 negotiation docket and Jan. 30 deadline docket.

•John Allen James, third offense driving under the influence and driving on a suspended license, Public Defender's Office appointed to represent James; continued to Dec. 11.

•Lucas Wade Johnson, simple possession of marijuana and possession of drug paraphernalia, Public Defender's Office appointed to represent Johnson; to pay a $300 fee and continued to Dec. 22 negotiation docket and Jan. 30 deadline docket.

•Ernest Otto Ketelhut, aggravated robbery and evading arrest, Kelly Tollett appointed to represent Ketelhut; continued to Dec. 11.

•Ricky D. Ledford, tampering with evidence and simple possession of marijuana, Public Defender's Office appointed to represent Ledford; continued to Dec. 22 negotiation docket and Jan. 30 deadline docket.

•Jack Eugene Lowery, auto burglary, theft of less than $500 and fraudulent use of a debit card, Public Defender's Office appointed to represent Lowery; continued to Dec. 22 negotiation docket and Jan. 30 deadline docket.

•Daniel Lee Matthews, theft of more than $1,000, continued.

•Brian Andrew Melton, burglary and theft of more than $1,000, continued to Dec. 11 at which time defendant is to return to court with an attorney.

•Edna Faye Melton, aggravated assault on an officer and felony reckless endangerment, Public Defender's Office appointed to represent Melton; continued to Dec. 22 negotiation docket and Jan. 30 deadline docket.

•Joshua Nathan Miller, theft of more than $1,000, Public Defender's Office appointed to represent Miller; to pay $200 fee and continued to Dec. 22 negotiation docket and Jan. 30 deadline docket.

•Adam Garth Murphy, obtaining a controlled substance by fraud, Public Defender's Office appointed to represent Murphy; continued to Dec. 11.

•Jacky Neal Jr., two counts of initiation of the process to manufacture methamphetamine, Matthew Edwards appointed to represent Neal; continued to Dec. 22 negotiation docket and Jan. 30 deadline docket.

•Desiree Cheyenne Norris, theft of more than $1,000, Public Defender's Office appointed to represent Norris; continued to Dec. 22 negotiation docket and Jan. 30 deadline docket.

•Bharatbhai Khodidas Patel, attempted kidnapping, assault and sexual battery, continued to Dec. 22 negotiation docket and Jan. 30 deadline docket.

•Mitzi Kay Patton, harassment, Public Defender's Office appointed to represent Patton; continued to Dec. 22 negotiation docket and Jan. 30 deadline docket.

•Tony Lynn Rains, fourth offense driving under the influence, Public Defender's Office appointed to represent Rains; continued to Dec. 22 negotiation docket and Jan. 30 deadline docket.

•Marvin Joe Randolph, aggravated burglary, theft of more than $1,000, three counts of theft of less than $500, criminal impersonation, two counts of unlawful possession of a weapon and 13 counts each of forgery and passing a forged instrument, Public Defender's Office appointed to represent Dellolio; continued to Dec. 11.

•Raymond Charles Russell, vehicular assault and driving on a suspended license, Public Defender's Office appointed to represent Russell; continued to Dec. 22 negotiation docket and Jan. 30 deadline docket.

•Eskel R. Sherrill, theft of more than $1,000, continued to Dec. 11 at which time Sherrill is to return to court with an attorney.

•Samantha Rose Sherrill, burglary and theft of more than $1,000, Matthew Edwards appointed to represent Sherrill; continued to Dec. 11.

•Steven Ray Sherrill, theft of more than $1,000 Robert Zecher appointed to represent the defendant; continued to Dec. 11.

•Michael Anthony Smith Sr., possession of more than one-half ounce of marijuana for sale and for delivery, continued to Dec. 22 negotiation docket and Jan. 30 deadline docket.

•Dwayne Arthur Stoner, aggravated assault, resisting arrest and two counts of simple assault, dismissed.

•Ronald Stephen Thacker, two counts of criminal simulation, Public Defender's Office appointed to represent Thacker; continued to Dec. 11.

•Darrell Lynn Tuttle, theft, Public Defender's Office appointed to represent Tuttle; continued to Dec. 22 negotiation docket and Jan. 30 deadline docket.

•Marcie Lynn Uchytil, cruelty to animals and obstruction of service of a legal writ, Public Defender's Office appointed to represent Uchytil; continued to Dec. 22 negotiation docket and Jan. 30 deadline docket.

•Thomas Alan Uchytil, cruelty to animals, Robert Zecher appointed to represent Uchytil; continued to Dec. 22 negotiation docket and Jan. 30 deadline docket.

•Louella R. Walker, initiation of the process to manufacture methamphetamine, Earl Patton appointed to represent Walker; continued to Dec. 22 negotiation docket and Jan. 30 deadline docket.

•Paul Jonathan Wing, manufacture of less than .5 grams of methamphetamine, enhanced by the Drug-Free School Zone At, continued.

•Austin Tyler Wolverton, statutory rape, continued to Dec. 22 negotiation docket and Jan. 30 deadline docket.

•Nicole Ann Woody, filing a false report, Public Defender's Office appointed to represent Woody; continued to Dec. 22 negotiation docket and Jan. 30 deadline docket.

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