A Cumberland County woman whose crime spree of auto burglaries, theft, fraud and drug possession spanned from September 2018 to January of this year received a 10-year split sentence after pleading guilty in Criminal Court.

Bridget Adel Morris, 24, who gave addresses of Whitehall St. and Old Rugby Rd. when arrested, was charged with six counts of auto burglary, simple possession of methamphetamine, forgery and fraudulent use of a debit/credit card.

The meth charge stems from when she was taken into custody on a traffic stop on Cox Valley Rd. on Sept. 7, 2018, according to reports.

Morris pleaded guilty to the meth charge, six counts of auto burglary, forgery, theft of property of up to $1,000 and fraudulent use of a credit/debit card and received a total of ten years, with one year to serve, and the balance on supervised probation. 

Morris is being given credit for 62 days already served in jail and is banned from contact with any of the victims in the case.

In other cases on the docket, the following guilty pleas were entered:

•Tyler Alexander Benton, 24, charged with two counts of child abuse, neglect or endangerment and with being absent without leave from the Tennessee National Guard, pleaded guilty to one count of child abuse and received a two-year suspended sentence to be served on supervised probation. A sentencing hearing is scheduled for July 8 at which time it will be determined if Benton qualifies for judicial diversion. The incident stems from a Feb. 5, 2017, incident during which two children left in his car had marks on them. Benton is also banned from contact with the victims.

•Aaron Ray Davis, 22, charged with three counts each of sale and delivery of LSD, pleaded guilty to two counts of attempted sale of LSD and received up to eight years in prison with a sentencing hearing set for Aug. 7. At that time a judge will determine whether Davis will serve a split sentence, full sentence of supervised probation. Remaining charges were dropped. The charges stem from an undercover drug investigation by Crossville Police in April 2017.

•Ronald Curtis Floyd, 52, facing multiple counts of felony possession of methamphetamine, simple possession and driving on a suspended license charges, pleaded guilty to one count of possession of more than .5 grams of meth and received an eight-year prison sentence. All cash and property seized during the arrests were forfeited. It is recommended that Floyd, at his request, enter a prison substance abuse program. Remaining charges were dropped.

•Carl Jackson Griffith, charged with two counts of felony possession of methamphetamine, theft of property of $10,000 to $60,000, vandalism of $1,000 to $2,500, tampering with a vehicle’s serial numbers, felony possession of a Schedule II drug, felony possession of a Schedule IV drug and possession of drug paraphernalia, pleaded guilty to sale of more than .5 grams of methamphetamine and theft of property of up to $2,500 and received a 12-year prison sentence to be served concurrent with sentence in Georgia. All remaining charges were dropped.

•Joshua Edward Jones, 33, charged with two counts of aggravated domestic assault and felony failure to appear, pleaded guilty to two counts of simple domestic assault and received two 11-months and 29-days sentences to be served consecutively on supervised probation to be supervised in Fentress County. The cases stem from incidents in 2012-13.

•Kelly Denise Jordan, 44, charged with felony possession of methamphetamine, pleaded guilty to simple possession of meth and received an 11-month and 29-day suspended sentence with 30 days to serve and the balance on supervised probation. 

•Sarah Anna Jean Kirkland, 36, charged with two counts of felony sale of methamphetamine and two counts of delivery of meth, pleaded guilty to one counts of sale of less than .5 grams of meth and received a six-year suspended license to be served on supervised probation. Kirkland is to perform 100 hours of community service, obtain alcohol and drug assessment and followup, pay restitution of $400 and forfeit all property seized during the arrest. The charge stems from a March 16, 2017, incident investigated by the Crossville Police Department.

•Michael Clois Melton, 42, possession of a handgun by a convicted felon stemming from a July 9, 2018, arrest by the sheriff’s office, pleaded guilty to attempted possession of a weapon and received an 11-month and 29-day suspended sentence to be served on probation. Melton also forfeited the weapon.

•Terrence JaJuan Moore, 30, charged with theft of property of more than $1,000 stemming from a Sept. 22, 2014, incident, pleaded guilty to the offense and was credited for time served. He is banned from Walmart and is to pay $5,728 in restitution.

•Jeremy Adam Rockwell Sr., 43, charged with reckless endangerment, possession of a weapon where alcohol is served and vandalism of up to $1,000, stemming from a Feb. 3, 2018, incident at Bull Frogs off Genesis Rd., pleaded guilty to reckless endangerment and vandalism of less than $1,000 and received two 11-month and 29-day sentences to be served on supervised probation. He is to forfeit the firearm and is banned from the establishment.

•Chad Dewayne Roland, 30, charged with burglary and theft of property of $2,500 to $10,000, stemming from a Sept. 14, 2018, incident at the Community Complex during which a dump truck was stolen, pleaded guilty to the theft charge and received a three-year suspended sentence with 120 days to serve and the balance on supervised probation. Roland is to perform 40 hours of community service, pay $741.99 restitution and is banned from the Complex area.

•Christopher Allen Taylor, 31, charged with reckless endangerment and evading arrest, pleaded guilty to the charges and received a four-year suspended sentence to be served on supervised probation. He is to pay court costs and is given credit for 22 days served in jail. The charges stem from a June 25 incident during which he fled from sheriff’s deputies trying to serve a warrant. The pursuit ended in a crash in Roane County. No one was injured.

•Sarah Danielle Turner, 37, charged with felony possession of methamphetamine, five counts of theft of merchandise and criminal trespassing, pleaded guilty to five counts of theft of merchandise and possession of more than .5 grams of meth for sale and received a total of eight years with 90 days to serve and the balance on supervised probation. She to pay $1,014.33 restitution to Burke’s Outlet, Dollar Stores and Walmart and is banned from each. The incidents spanned from May 17, 2017, to Sept. 18, 2018.

•David Paul Wicks, 39, charged with theft of property of $2,500 to $10,000 and theft of property of $1,000 to $2,500, pleaded guilty to the charges and received a four-year prison sentence. The charges stem from theft of a trailer from Tractor Supply on July 18, 2016, and tractor on the same date from Tri-County Equipment. Wicks was given credit for 616 days already served in jail.

•Robin Lang Hogan, 28, pleaded guilty to an information charging facilitation of possession of methamphetamine with intent to sell and received a four-year prison sentence with one year to be served at 30 percent and the balance on supervised probation. Fine was waived and he was given credit for 206 days already served.

•Tommy Kennedy Hindman, 31, pleaded guilty to an information charging introducing contraband into a penal institution on Feb. 18 and received a four-year suspended sentence to be served on supervised probation. As part of his probation, he will attend a treatment program called Spring to Life.

•John Garfield Phillips, 63, pleaded guilty to an information charging violation of the habitual motor vehicle offender law and received a two-year suspended sentence to be served on supervised probation. The charge stems from a sheriff’s deputy’s traffic stop on Feb. 10.

•Taylor Lee Hall, 33, pleaded guilty to an information charging two counts of criminal simulation and received a four-year suspended sentence to be served on supervised probation. He was granted a condition of his probation to continue a rehab program at the Steps House in Knoxville. The charges stem from the theft, alteration and attempt to cash stolen checks on Feb. 19.