Crossville Chronicle, Crossville, TN

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October 9, 2013

Nearly $10,000 in restitution owed on plea in escape try

CROSSVILLE — A local man charged with trying to escape from custody pleaded guilty in Criminal Court to a related charge and was ordered to pay nearly $10,000 in restitution to the Cumberland County Sheriff's Department.

Trevor L. Hall, 22, was indicted on charges of attempted escape and vandalism of more than $1,000 and pleaded guilty to vandalism of more than $500. He received a one-year sentence to be served consecutive to the sentence he is presently serving and was ordered to pay $9,900 restitution.

In the indictment, Hall was accused of attempting to escape from the Cumberland County Jail in the Justice Center on Aug. 23, 2012, by tampering with a cell door, the cell door's lock and by damaging a speaker in the door.

The attempted escape charge was dropped.

In other cases on the Criminal Court docket Sept. 18, the following took place:

Arraignment

The following defendants made first appearances  in Criminal Court after having been indicted by the grand jury on their respective charges. All are presumed innocent.

•Kevin Hastings, first-degree murder and aggravated child abuse, Jeff Vires appointed to represent Hastings; continued to Dec. 9.

•Bruce Edward Adkisson, assault and habitual motor vehicle offender, continued to Nov. 18 at which time defendant is to return to court with an attorney.

•Mark David Barnwell, promotion of the manufacture of methamphetamine and simple possession/casual exchange of meth, Public Defender's Office appointed to represent Barnwell; continued to Dec. 9.

•Clifford T. Begley, possession of more than one-half ounce of marijuana, continued to Dec. 9.

•Scotty Lee Berry, driving under the influence and two counts of revoked license, Public Defender's Office appointed to represent Berry; continued to Dec. 9.

•Danny Harold Bilyeu, aggravated assault, continued to Dec. 9.

•Kyle Benjamin Booth, aggravated assault, theft of less than $500 and theft of merchandise, Matthew Edwards appointed to represent Booth; continued to Dec. 9.

•Kozzi Christopher Cole, initiation of the process to manufacture methamphetamine, aggravated burglary and theft of less than $10,000, continued to Dec. 9.

•Erica Lynn Davis, promotion of the manufacture of methamphetamine and initiation of the process to manufacture meth, Randal Boston appointed to represent Davis; continued to Dec. 9.

•Ollen Jimmy Davis, aggravated assault, continued to Dec. 9.

•William Johnson Dixon, burglary, theft of less than $60,000 and theft of less than $500, bond reduction denied; continued to Oct. 28.

•Robert Paul Elmore, residential and work restrictions violations, Public Defender's Office appointed to represent Elmore; continued to Dec. 9.

•William Matthew Frankenbach, exploitation of a minor by electronic means, solicitation of a minor and suspended license, continued to Dec. 9.

•Rowdy Rick Godsey, evading arrest, Public Defender's Office appointed to represent Godsey; continued to Dec. 9.

•Sandra Joyce Grisham, theft of less than $500, Public Defender's Office appointed to represent Grisham; continued to Oct. 28.

•Kenneth Edward Hamby, possession of methamphetamine and possession of a weapon for the purpose of going armed during commission of a dangerous felony, continued to Dec. 9.

•Jeanne Nicole Hubbard, aggravated assault and reckless endangerment, Public Defender's Office appointed to represent Hubbard; continued to Dec. 9.

•Simone Granae Hughes, two counts of driving under the influence and refusing to take an intoximeter test, continued to Dec. 9.

•Scottie Dewayne Ingram, theft of less than $10,000, continued to Dec. 9.

•Jonny D. Key, evading arrest, forfeiture and capias issued for failure to appear; ordered held for bond hearing.

•Robert Eugene Kinder, aggravated burglary and theft of less than $10,000, continued to Dec. 9.

•Eric Stephen King, driving under the influence, habitual motor vehicle offender law violation and revoked license, forfeiture and capias issued for failure to appear; bond doubled and ordered to serve ten days in jail.

•Vestlee Ray Lakens, reckless endangerment (weapon involved), inhaling or possessing intoxicants for unlawful purposes, criminal trespass and violation of a protective order, continued to Dec. 9.

•Rose Mary Martin, simple possession of methamphetamine and child abuse/neglect, Public Defender's Office appointed to represent Martin; continued to Dec. 9.

•Timothy Dale Moore, manufacture or possession of a schedule I drug for sale or delivery, continued to Dec. 9.

•Elaine Ruth Morgan, driving under the influence and refusing to take an intoximeter test, continued to Nov. 18 at which time defendant is to return to court with an attorney.

•Trinity Renee Murner, 14 counts of forgery and 14 counts of passing a forged instrument, Public Defender's Office appointed to represent Murner; continued to Dec. 9.

•Russell Lloyd Oakes, reckless endangerment (deadly weapon), continued to Oct. 28.

•Alexander Orehowski, driving under the influence, continued to Nov. 18 at which time defendant is to return to court with an attorney.

•Joseph Charles Parrent III, aggravated statutory rape, continued to Dec. 9.

•Tyler Cole Parsons, domestic assault, state  to dismiss.

•Vipul Manubhai Patel, 23 counts of tax evasion, continued to Dec. 9.

•Nathaniel H. Payne, aggravated assault, Matthew Edwards appointed to represent Payne; continued to Dec. 9.

•Jonathan Adam Perry, domestic assault and violation of an order of protection, forfeiture and capias issued for failure to appear; ten days in jail and bond doubled.

•Andy Clay Phillips, sexual offender registration violation, forfeiture and capias issued for failure to appear; ordered held for bond hearing.

•Angela Kaye Presley, possession of methamphetamine, continued to Nov. 18 at which time defendant is to appear with an attorney.

•Christina Ann Randolph, initiation of the process to manufacture methamphetamine, Public Defender's Office appointed to represent Randolph; continued to Dec. 9.

•Alex J.D. Redwine, theft of less than $10,000, Public Defender's Office appointed to represent Redwine; continued to Oct. 28.

•Raymond Charles Russell, aggravated assault and allowing an unlicensed driver to drive, continued to Nov. 18.

•James Henry Ray, driving under the influence, continued to Nov. 18 at which time defendant is to return to court with an attorney.

•Kasi Ann Shell, burglary, possession of burglary tools, theft of less than $500 and vandalism of less than $10,000, Robert Zecher appointed to represent Shell; continued to Dec. 9.

•Seth Louis Sherrill, aggravated burglary and theft less than $1,000, continued to Oct. 28.

•Christopher Lee Taylor, initiation of the process to manufacture methamphetamine, forfeiture and capias issued for failure to appear; ordered held for bond hearing.

•Rickey D. Wells, initiation of the process to manufacture methamphetamine, continued to Oct. 28.

•Stephen E. Wood, third offense driving under the influence, continued to Dec. 9.

•Kelly Michelle Young, theft of less than $10,000, continued to Nov. 18 at which time defendant is to return to court with an attorney.

•Ricky Edward Henry, possession of methamphetamine, Robert Zecher appointed to represent Henry; continued.

•Amanda Leigh Sheppard, theft of less than $10,000, Cynthia Davis appointed to represent Sheppard; continued.

Deadline docket

•Travis Allen Brumbalough, first-degree murder, continued to Nov. 18.

•Kelly Scott Hood, theft of less than $60,000, continued to Nov. 12.

•Marland L. Hoover, initiation of the process to manufacture methamphetamine, dropped by the state.

•Robert Montgomery Parker, possession of less than one-half gram of methamphetamine, simple possession/casual exchange and possession of a legend drug, continued to Dec. 9.

•Ashley Rich, theft of less than $60,000, continued to Dec. 9.

•Tiandria Stafford, theft of less than $10,000, continued to Dec. 9.

•Charles Edward Templeton, theft of less than $10,000, continued to Nov. 18.

Motions/hearings

•Ronald Keith Pugh, initiation of the manufacture of methamphetamine and possession of a schedule I drug for sale and for delivery, motion to waive costs continued; ordered to make payment schedule.

•Donnie Dewayne Davenport, promotion of the manufacture of methamphetamine, continued to Oct. 3.

•Richard Lynn Sherrill, driving under the influence and habitual motor vehicle offender law violation, sentencing hearing continued to Nov. 18.

•Lisa Ann Slaven, theft of more than $60,000, continued to Nov. 18.

Probation violations

•Eric Robert Berghauser, probation revocation hearing continued to Nov. 18.

•Danny H. Bilyeu, probation violation, revocation hearing continued to Dec. 9.

•Kenneth Dean Brown, probation revoked because of violations and transferred to house arrest supervision of community corrections.

•Brandon Lee Chumney, probation revoked because of violations; ordered to serve balance of his sentence.

•Johnny Dale Dishman, probation revoked because of violations; ordered to serve balance of his sentence.

•Brian Edward Elmore, probation revoked because of violations; ordered to serve balance of his sentence.

•Larry G. Neal, probation revoked because of violations; given credit for time served.

•Kimberly M. Randolph, probation revoked because of violations; ordered to serve balance of her sentence.

•Justin Lee Young, probation violation hearing continued to Nov. 18.

•Taylan Farris, probation revoked because of violations; ordered to serve six months.

•Amy Joe Garrett, probation revoked because of violations; probation extended one year.

•Michael Paul Gasvoda, probation revoked because of violations; ordered released under house arrest supervision of community corrections.

•Sandra Joyce Grisham, probation revocation hearing continued to Oct. 28.

•Desiree Cheyenne Norris, probation revoked because of violations; to remain on judicial diversion but transferred to house arrest supervision of community corrections.

•Donathan James Davis, Robert Zecher appointed to represent Davis; revocation hearing continued to Oct. 28.

•Karl Andrew Phillips, probation revoked.

•Amber Dawn Proffitt, Public Defender's Office appointed to represent Proffitt; probation revocation hearing continued to Oct. 28.

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