Crossville Chronicle, Crossville, TN

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November 28, 2013

Meth plea nets 3 years in prison

CROSSVILLE — A Crossville area man will be spending whatever the Department of Corrections requires to satisfy a three-year prison sentence after pleading guilty to possessing methamphetamine to sell.

Allen James Rogers, 30, was facing a host of charges, ranging from drunk driving to simple possession and possession for resale.

Represented by Assistant Public Defender April Craven, Rogers agreed to plead guilty to possession of more than .5 grams of meth for resale and for refusing to take an intoximeter test.

In addition to the three-year prison sentence, Rogers will lose his license for one year as a result of the refusing charge, and will be required to reapply for a new license once he is released from incarceration.

In October of 2012, Rogers was arrested by Crossville Police on the meth charge, and was arrested on the drunk driving and refusing an intoximeter charge as a result of a December 2012 traffic stop by Deputy Dustin Hensley.

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

Arraignment

•David Allen Proffitt, aggravated burglary, theft of less than $10,000 and vandalism of less than $1,000, Ivy Gardner appointed to represent Proffitt; continued for bond reduction hearing.

•Christoph Allen Redwine, possession of a schedule II drug for delivery or for sale, continued to the Jan. 17 discussion docket and Jan. 29 deadline docket.

•Brittany Rasheal Berry, child abuse/neglect, continued to Dec. 9.

•Sierra Dawn Brewer, simple possession/casual exchange of marijuana and possession of drug paraphernalia, Public Defender's Office appointed to represent the defendant; continued to the Jan. 17 discussion docket and Jan. 29 deadline docket.

•Jason Leroy Daniels, fraudulent use of a credit card of less than $500, Public Defender's Office appointed to represent the defendant; continued.

•Lloyd Reginald Davis, assault, Public Defender's Office appointed to represent the defendant; continued to the Jan. 17 discussion docket and Jan. 29 deadline docket.

•Robert Eric Dille, possession of less than one-half gram of methamphetamine and possession of drug paraphernalia, Public Defender's Office appointed to represent the defendant; continued to Dec. 9.

•Patricia Lynn Doyle, four counts of theft of less than $500, theft of less than $1,000 and criminal trespass, Public Defender's Office appointed to represent the defendant; continued to the Jan. 17 discussion docket and Jan. 29 deadline docket.

•Brock Justin Dunaway, child abuse/neglect or endangerment, Jeff Vires appointed to represent the defendant; continued to the Jan. 17 discussion docket and Jan. 29 deadline docket.

•Steven Ray England, possession of more than one-half ounce of marijuana, continued.

•Kaycee Irene Farr, theft of less than $500, Public Defender's Office appointed to represent the defendant; continued to the Jan. 17 discussion docket and Jan. 29 deadline docket.

•Keith Jarred Flynn, resisting a stop, arrest and search, possession of a weapon for the purpose of going armed, simple possession/casual exchange of methamphetamine and simple possession/casual exchange of marijuana, continued to the Jan. 17 discussion docket and Jan. 29 deadline docket.

•Garry Wendell Godsey, three counts of driving under the influence and refusing an intoximeter test, continued to Dec. 9 at which time defendant is to return to court with an attorney.

•Ricky Edward Henry, simple possession/casual exchange of methamphetamine, Robert Zecher appointed to represent the defendant; continued to Dec. 9.

•Kelly Scott Hood, assault, aggravated burglary and criminal trespass, Public Defender's Office appointed to represent the defendant; continued to Dec. 9.

•Kathie Dianna Jackson, driving under the influence, Public Defender's Office appointed to represent the defendant; continued to the Jan. 17 discussion docket and Jan. 29 deadline docket.

•Shirley Jean Kirby, assault, Public Defender's Office appointed to represent the defendant; continued to the Jan. 17 discussion docket and Jan. 29 deadline docket.

•Scottie Eugene Lenz, aggravated burglary, aggravated assault and theft of less than $500, continued to Dec. 9 at which time defendant is to return to court with an attorney.

•Timothy Dale Moore, evading arrest and driving on a suspended license, forfeiture and capias issued for failure to appear; ten days in jail and bond doubled.

•Donnie Lynn Rector, theft of less than $500 and fraudulent use of a credit card of less than $500, Public Defender's Office appointed to represent the defendant; continued to Dec. 9.

•Joshua R. Robbins, evading arrest, driving on a revoked license and driving on a canceled license, Matthew Edwards appointed to represent the defendant; to pay $150 fee and continued to the Jan. 17 discussion docket and Jan. 29 deadline docket.

•Sammy Dale Roberts, simple possession/casual exchange, Public Defender's Office appointed to represent the defendant; $150 fee assessed and continued to the Jan. 17 discussion docket and Jan. 29 deadline docket.

•Adam B. Smith, initiation of the process to manufacture methamphetamine, promotion of the process to manufacture meth, simple possession/casual exchange of meth, simple possession/casual exchange of marijuana, criminal impersonation and possession of drug paraphernalia, Jeff Vires appointed to represent the defendant; continued to the Jan. 17 discussion docket and Jan. 29 deadline docket.

•Frankie Wayne Smith, third offense driving under the influence and driving on a revoked license, continued to the Jan. 17 discussion docket and Jan. 29 deadline docket.

Deadline docket

•Scottie Joe Eastwood, rape, continued to Dec. 9.

•Ricky Edward Henry, two counts of possession of methamphetamine for sale and for delivery, continued to Dec. 9.

•Kelly Scott Hood, theft of property, continued to Dec. 9.

•Joseph Lee Manning, two counts of theft of less than $10,000, continued.

•Corin Rose Ramey, child abuse/neglect or endangerment, continued to Dec. 9.

•Ronald William Ripley, theft of less than $500, continued to the Jan. 17 discussion docket and Jan. 29 deadline docket.

•Stephen Robert Stults, initiation of the manufacture of methamphetamine, simple possession/casual exchange and theft of less than $500, continued to Dec. 9 for motion hearing.

•Nicole Ann Woody, filing a false report, dropped.

Motions and hearings

•Terry L. Cobb, aggravated burglary, theft of less than $60,000, theft of less than $10,000 and theft of less than $1,000, motion hearing continued.

•William Norman Dixon, driving under the influence, continued to the Jan. 17 discussion docket and Jan. 29 deadline docket.

•John Lavern Fields, motion for release granted; placed back under house arrested of community corrections.

•Todd Michael Mono, aggravated assault, to serve 60 days in jail and not have any contact with the victim.

•Nathaniel H. Payne, aggravated assault, motion to reduce bond granted; bond reduced from $50,000 to $20,000 and continued to Dec. 9.

•Scott Michael Emerson, aggravated burglary and theft of less than $500, bond denied; continued.

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