The second of three defendants charged in the August 2010 robbery of a Cumberland County man has entered a guilty plea in Criminal Court, but escaped prison time with credit for time served and a suspended sentence.

Robert Ray Spagnolo, 25, who listed a Harriman address when arrested, was facing charges of aggravated robbery, aggravated assault and criminal conspiracy. He pleaded guilty to criminal conspiracy and received credit for time served from Aug. 22, 2010 to April 19, 2011, and received a three-year suspended sentence to be served on supervised probation.

Spagnolo, Justin Daniel Wilson and Jacqueline Susan Moore, also known as Hall, were accused of luring a Cumberland County man to a Pleasant Hill area parking lot where the victim was assaulted and his cellphone, jewelry and cash were taken at knifepoint.

The victim was not seriously injured.

In other cases, the following action took place in Criminal Court last week.

Guilty pleas

•David Theodore Pellett, 36, charged with two counts of sexual battery, pleaded guilty to one count of attempted aggravated sexual battery and received a six year sentence to serve and must register on the state sex offender registry for life as well as being under community supervision for life.

•Gary L. Aulph, 54, charged with violation of the sex offender registry law, pleaded guilty to the charge and received an 11-month and 29-day suspended sentence with credit for time served and placed on probation for the remainder period of time. Also, ordered to register with Louisiana authorities.

•Wayne Wesley Rose, charged with six counts of aggravated burglary, four counts of theft more than $1,000 and theft less than $500, pleaded guilty to four counts of aggravated burglary and received a six year prison sentence. He is also to make restitution in excess of $9,000.

•Robert Dale Anderson, 27, charged in an information with passing a forged instrument, pleaded guilty to the charge and received Judicial Diversion. He was placed on probation for two years and must attended a drug rehab program in Nashville. If succesfully completed, the charge will be dismissed.

•Michael Wayne Crabtree, 30, charged with aggravated burglary and theft more than $1,000, pleaded guilty to misdemeanor theft and received an 11-month and 29-day suspended sentence to be served on probation. Must make $75 donation to the Economic Crime Fund and pay $1,400 restitution. Burglary charge was dropped.

•Jeffery Alan Kline, 30, charged with possession of a firearm while in commission of a felony by a convicted felon, pleaded guilty to charge and was sentenced to two years in prison and must forfeit the weapon.

•Micah Shae Krank, 21, charged with theft more than $500, pleaded guilty to the indictment and received a two-year suspended sentence to be served on probation and is to pay $749 restitution to the victims.

•Phillip Lee Matherly, 33, charged with two counts of violation of community supervision for life and violation of the sex offender registry law, pleaded guilty to one county of life supervision and received an 11-month and 29-day suspended sentence to be served on probation. Violation of the state sex offender registry, sentenced to two years with all but 90 days suspended and the balance to be served on probation.

•Lisa Brewer McIntire, 36, fraudulent use of a credit card and forgery, pleaded guilty to the indictment and received a two-year sentence. She was then granted judicial diversion and will serve the two years on probation. If successful at completion of terms and conditions of probation, McIntire will then be eligible to apply to have the charges removed from her record.

Set for trial

•Jamie D. Richards, three counts of initiation of the process to manufacture methamphetamine, enhanced by the drug-free school zone act, set for trial July 12.

•Nicole A. Woody, rape of a child, sex crime and sexual battery by an authority figure, set for trial July 13. Burglary, theft more than $500, vandalism more than $500, promotion of the manufacture of meth and initiation of the process to manufacture meth, continued to May 13.

•Steven Lee Sneed, rape, motion hearing deadline set for July 5; set for trial July 15.

•Wayne Lawson Miller, first-degree murder, hearing date set for July 8; trial date set for July 19.

•Robert Dennis Morgenstern, eight counts of aggravated burglary and seven counts of theft more than $1,000, hearing date set for June 10; trial date set for July 22.

 

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