Crossville Chronicle, Crossville, TN

May 8, 2006

May 9 criminal court report


Editor's note: Information for the Cumberland Criminal Court docket is obtained from court records and printed as is. The Crossville Chronicle cannot assume responsibility for correcting inaccuracies when information accurately reflects the records. Readers are cautioned some names published may be similar to or the same as other members of the community.



The following is the Cumberland Criminal Court docket for April 17 Judge Leon Burns presiding.

Community corrections

•James A. Brady, on probation for manufacturing methamphetamine and attempt to manufacture meth, pleaded guilty to probation violations and was ordered to serve the balance of his sentence.

•Christopher Lee Clark, felony evading arrest and driving on a revoked license, community corrections extended one year and to perform 100 hours of community service.

•Jennifer Ann Elmore, revocation hearing set for July 10.

•Robert William Kolasa, revocation hearing set for June 12.

Probation violation

•Timothy J. Alcorn, Public Defender's Office appointed to represent the defendant; revocation hearing continued until May 26.

•Gordon L. Dennis Jr., continued until May 12 at which time defendant is to return to court with an attorney.

•Melanie A. Mahaney, on probation for auto burglary and theft convictions, had court costs waived; to pay $347.73 restitution and litigation tax.

•Andrew Vincent Pellett, on probation because of a criminal simulation conviction, pleaded guilty to probation violations and was ordered to serve the remainder of his sentence.

•Jason Sherrill, Danny Hassler appointed to represent the defendant; revocation hearing continued until June 12.

•Cindy J. Wright, forfeiture and capias issued for failure to appear in court for revocation hearing; ordered held without bond.

•David Adam Crockett, revocation hearing continued until June 12.

•Eduardo Colin Gordillo, Public Defender's Office appointed to represent the defendant; revocation hearing continued until May 12.

•Michael Kyle Whicher, Douglas Fields appointed to represent the defendant; bond set at $5,000 and revocation hearing continued until June 12.

•Jessica Buchannon, forfeiture and capias issued for failure to appear in court for revocation hearing; ordered held without bond.

•John D. Cagle, on probation for simple possession of methamphetamine and possession of drug paraphernalia convictions, pleaded guilty to violations; 40 days in jail and back on probation.

•John M. Copeland, on probation because of a manufacturing methamphetamine conviction, pleaded guilty to probation violations; to perform 100 hours of community service and placed in the community corrections program.

•Gary Marvin Dykes, on probation because of possession of cocaine, drug paraphernalia and felony evading arrest convictions, pleaded guilty to probation violations and was ordered to serve remainder of his sentence.

•Jaime L. Ellis, on probation because of possession of methamphetamine, possession of marijuana and possession fo drug paraphernalia, pleaded guilty to probation violation and was ordered to serve the remainder of the sentence.

•Dalton Feddon, revocation hearing continued until May 12.

•Denny R. Garrison, on probation because of rape and aggravated rape convictions, pleaded guilty to violations and was ordered tos erve eight months in jail and them be released into community corrections.

•Rowdy Rick Godsey, on probation for simple possession of methamphetamine conviction, pleaded guilty to violations and was ordered to serve six months in jail.

•Margie E. Gregory, on probation because of marijauana and drug paraphernalia convictions, pleaded guilty to violations and was ordered tos erve 60 days in jail and then released back into probation.

•Johnathan R. Grey, on probation because of forgery and passing forged instrument convictions, pleaded guilty to violations and was ordered to serve 60 days under house arrest before being released back into probation.

•Kenneth B. Hall, revocation warrant dismissed.

•Charles E. Henry, on probation because of attempt to manufacture methamphetamine, pleaded guilty to probation violation and ordered to serve remainder of sentence.

•Richard L. Howard, on probation because of a theft conviction, to serve 60 days in jail, placed in community corrections and probation extended for a year.

•Tony D. Lewis, on probation for flagrant non-support conviction, pleaded guilty and to serve remainder of sentence.

•Craig E. Lindsey, on probation because of possession of morphine, possession of marijuana and possession of dihydrocodone, probation revoked and to serve six months in jail.

•Steve A. Miller, on probation because of telephone harassment, pleaded guilty to violations and was ordered to serve 180 days in jail.

•Anthony W. Moore, on probation because of a drunk driving conviction, had his probation revoked and was ordered to serve sentence.

•Dwayne D. Robinson, on probation because of an arson conviction, pleaded guilty to probation violations and was ordered to serve remainder of sentence.

•Mark D. Sanders, probation violation, warrant dismissed and remains on probation.

•Cynthia M. Stone, on probation because of a theft of merchandise conviction, pleaded guilty to probation violations and was ordered to serve three months in jail.

•Kimberly J. Stuart, on probation because of a manufacturing methamphetamine conviction, pleaded guilty to violations and was ordered to serve 35 days in jail and then back to probation for seven months.

•Michael L. Thornton, on probation because of a domestic assault conviction, pleaded guilty to probation violation and was ordered to serve remainder of his sentence.

•Paul Watson, on probation because of an aggravated assault conviction, was found guilty of probation violations and ordered to serve balance of his sentence.

•James E. Woody, on probation because of a theft conviction, pleaded guilty to probation violation and was ordered to serve remainder of his sentence.