A Crossville man who police said attacked them with a syringe when they responded to a report of a domestic violence incident at the residence he shared with his parents pleaded guilty in Cumberland County Criminal Court last week.

Bryan Anders Tollett, 28, 190 McLarty Lane, was indicted by the county grand jury in March on charges of aggravated assault on a police officer, resisting arrest and possession of drug paraphernalia stemming from the Nov. 6 incident that took place at the family residence.

When police responded to the residence they were told Tollett was inside the house. Already in possession of a probation violation warrant, officers entered the residence and were met by Tollett in the living room. He resisted arrest, according to the report, and during the ensuing scuffle with police, stabbed Ptl. Danny Harris in the right hand. Afterwards he told the officer he had AIDS. Tollett accepted a sentencing agreement and received a four-year sentence with 18 months to serve in jail. He has already served most of that time, if not all, since the incident took place.

Tollett was represented by Cynthia Davis.

In other cases before Criminal Court Judge David Patterson, the following took place.

Deadline docket

Defendants listed here were to have their cases settled or a trial date set.

•Paula Greenlee Wilson, possession of Diazepam with intent to sell or deliver in a school zone, forgery and passing a forged instrument, bond set at $5,000; continued until Nov. 19.

•Steven J. Atilano, two counts of second offense driving on a suspended license, continued until Nov. 16.

•Edward Benjamin Bertram, aggravated robbery, continued until Nov. 19.

•Ricky Cornell Boles, theft more than $10,000 and vandalism more than $10,000, bond set at $2,000. Deadline docket set for Dec. 18 and trial date set for Dec. 20.

•Joseph Adam Braunm, joyriding, continued until Nov. 5.

•April Boyce Brock, possession of drug paraphernalia and violation of the seat belt law, Public Defender's Office withdrew from case citing a conflict of interest; Douglas Fields appointed to represent the defendant and continued until Jan. 30.

•William Eric Eastwood, aggravated burglary, aggravated assault and assault on an officer, deadline docket set for Dec. 18; set for trial Dec. 19.

•Aaron Joseph Ewing, aggravated burglary and theft more than $500, continued until Nov. 5.

•Terry Lee Harris, simple possession of methamphetamine, continued until Nov. 19.

•Clifford Steve Lewis, possession and conspiracy with intent to sell or deliver more than 600 pounds of marijuana, motion hearing set for Jan. 25 at 1 p.m.; continued until Jan. 30.

•Ronald Eli Lewis, possession and conspiracy with intent to sell or deliver more than 600 pounds of marijuana, motion hearing set for Jan

-*`` . 25 at 1 p.m.; continued until Jan. 30.

•Todd E. Marshall, forgery and passing a forged prescription, bond set at $5,000; continued until Nov. 19.

•Joshua A. McIntire, four counts of aggravated burglary, three counts of theft more than $1,000, theft more than $500, two counts of accessory after the fact and three counts of contributing to the delinquency of a minor, continued until Nov. 5 at 1 p.m.

•Arelene Smith Miller, first-degree murder, felony murder and conspiracy to commit first-degree murder, motion hearing set for Nov. 28; set for trial March 4.

•Jimmy Dean Miller, first-degree murder, felony murder and conspiracy to commit first-degree murder, motion hearing set for Nov. 28; set for trial March 4.

•Jimmy Steve Smith, possession and conspiracy with intent to sell or deliver 600 pounds of marijuana, motion hearing set for Jan. 25; continued until Jan. 30.

•David James Thomas, burglary and theft more than $1,000, set for trial Nov. 30.

Motions and hearings

•Elvin L. Ford, motion to waive nearly $5,000 in fines and court costs on a host of charges ranging from revoked license to possession of drugs, had some fines and court costs waived but is being held responsible for the remainder of fines and costs.

•Vanessa Herendon, second offense driving under the influence and driving on a revoked license, summons issued for hearing on Nov. 19; set for trial Nov. 27.

•Alvin F. Lane, possession of a schedule II drug with intent to sell or deliver, motion hearing date set for Dec. 18; set for trial Dec. 20.

•Frank E. Libby Jr., manufacture of methamphetamine with intent to sell or deliver, continued until Nov. 19 or to be dropped before that date if $303.50 in fines and costs are paid.

•James E. Williams, aggravated sexual battery and two counts of rape of a child, continued until Nov. 19.

•L. Richard Hall, theft more than $500, summons issued for Nov. 19.

•Larry Crisp, motion to expunge record granted.

•Bob Patel, motion to expunge record granted.

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