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 Judge Leon Burns presiding.

Arraignment

•Joseph Adam Braunm, joyriding, Randall Boston appointed to represent the defendant; $250 fee assessed and continued until June 12.

•Shawn E. Brendel, promotion of the manufacture of methamphetamine and simple possession of meth, Larry Warner appointed to represent the defendant; continued until May 12.

•Robert A. Durbin, manufacture of less than .5 grams of methamphetamine, continued until June 12 at which time defendant is to return to court with an attorney.

•Kenneth Michael Hall, aggravated burglary, auto burglary and two counts of theft less than $500, Douglas Fields appointed to represent the defendant; $250 fee assessed and continued until May 12.

•Reta F. Harbin, filing a false report, forfeiture and capias issued for failure to appear in court; bond doubled.

•Erin L. McCormick, abuse of a child under the age of six, Public Defender's Office appointed to represent the defendant; $50 fee assessed; and continued until June 12.

•Vivian June Rodriguez, four counts each of forgery and passing a forged instrument and obtaining a controlled substance by forgery, forfeiture and capias issued for failure to appear in court; bond doubled.

•David E. Seickendick Jr., no driver's license, Public Defender's Office appointed to represent the defendant; continued until May 26.

•Jason Sherrill, theft more than $500, vandalism less than $500 and joyriding, Danny Hassler appointed to represent the defendant; continued until June 12.

•Kevin Sherrill, two counts of promotion of the manufacture of methamphetamine and possession of more than .5 grams of meth for sale or delivery, continued until June 12 at which time defendant is to return to court with an attorney.

•Kenneth L. Whittaker, leaving the scene of an accident, Public Defender's Office appointed to represent the defendant; continued until May 26.

Return with attorney

•Gary A. Molthen, violation of the revenue law, continued until June 12.

•James Brian Reeves, possession of a legend drug without a prescription, possession of marijuana and possession of drug paraphernalia, continued until July 10.

•Michael Sturgill, leaving the scene of an accident which resulted in death, continued until July 10.

•Conway Vance, two counts of public intoxication, summons issued for failure to appear.

•Jerri Lea Brown, simple possession of marijuana, dropped.

•Jaime L. Ellis, manufacture of less than .5 grams of methamphetamine, dropped.

•Joey D. Elmore, theft more than $1,000, dropped.

•Christopher J. Gilleand, second degree murder and tampering with evidence, trial date of May 25 take off the docket; continued until July 10.

•Christopher Clayton Hassler, domestic assault, forfeiture and capias issued for failure to appear in court; ordered held without bond. Trial date was set for April 19 but is continued.

•Daniel Allen Holding, aggravated assault, forfeiture and attachment issued for failure to appear in court; bond doubled.

•Douglas C. Mackie, theft more than $1,000, set for trial July 14.

•James M. Masters, four counts of aggravated assault with a deadly weapon, continued until June 12.

•Larry K. Mott, theft more than $500, continued until June 12.

•James Lewis Myers, six counts each of forgery and passing a forged instrument, forfeiture and attachment issued for failure to appear in court; bond set at $15,000 and $7,000 on each case.

•Bryan A. Nalepa, two counts of burglary, theft more than $10,000 and theft less than $500, continued until June 12.

•Eric Heath Phillips, manufacturing more than .5 grams of methamphetamine, simple possession of marijuana, two counts of possession of methamphetamine and two counts of possession of drug paraphernalia, continued until May 12.

•Steven R. Sherrill, theft more than $500, forfeiture and attachment issued for failure to appear in court; bond doubled.

•Charles E. Stanley, rape, set for trial April 20.

•Jessica Marie Stone, manufacture more than .5 grams of methamphetamine and reckless endangerment, set for trial May 25.

•Regina C. Walker, theft more than $1,000, continued until July 14.

•James E. Williams, aggravated sexual battery and two counts of rape of a child, continued until July 10.

•Jason Wayne Rogers, aggravated child abuse of a child under the age of 6, continued until May 12.

•Charles E. Stephens, felony evading arrest, felony reckless endangerment and theft more than $1,000, continued until May 26.

Sentence hearings

•Jeffery D. Blum, three counts of statutory rape, two years and eight months in community corrections with the balance of the sentence on probation and to register on the state sex offender registry.

•Raymond M. Godsey, manufacturing methamphetamine, continued until May 12.

•Jewell Norris Harris, conspiracy to commit theft more than $60,000, theft more than $60,000, theft more than $10,000 and misconduct, continued until June 1.

•Tonya Rae Harris, theft more than $60,000, forgery more than $60,000 and money laundering, continued until June 1.

•Janet R. Petty, failure to report sexual child abuse, granted judicial diversion; placed on unsupervised probation for one year.

•Ronald F. Webb, third offense driving under the influence and striking a highway fixture, 120 days in jail, license suspended and fined $3,000 and court costs. Motion for new trial hearing set for May 25.

Appearance to plea

•Joseph Oren Miller, aggravated kidnapping, set for trial April 21. Two counts of auto burglary, theft more than $1,000, theft more than $500, vandalism more than $1,000 and eight counts of worthless checks less than $500, continued until May 12.

Motion hearings

•Karen Aulich, motion to suppress evidence in second-degree murder case and aggravated assault case, continued until May 19.

•Vickie D. Eldridge, theft more than $10,000, motion hearing if needed set for May 19; set for trial May 23.

•Malisa Ann Forsythe, aggravated child abuse of a child below the age of six, motion hearing date set for May 19; set for trial July 13.

•Che M. Goss, motion to terminate pre-trial diversion hearing set in fraudulent prescription case for June 12.

•Gary J. Latham, convicted of first-degree murder and aggravated child abuse, motion for new trial continued until Aug. 3.

•Mark Samuel Petty, aggravated rape of a child, rape of a child and exhibiting pornographic material to a minor, trial date of May 23 postponed; new trial date set for Aug. 25 with motion hearing date set for June 12.

•Jeremy David Rood, appeal of probation violation ruling from Cumberland County General Sessions Court, ordered to serve 120 days under house arrest.

•Byron Keith Tanner, pre-trial diversion termination hearing in theft of more than $1,000 case, ordered to continue in pre-trial diversion with 100 additional hours of community service ordered.

•Ray Junior Tollett, two counts of aggravated assault on a minor, pre-trial diversion revoked and set for trial July 13.

•Mark Alton Mayfield, serving a sentence for car jacking, aggravated robbery and two counts of kidnapping, had a motion for jail furlough denied.

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