Henry County District Court

{p class=”ydp2de0e7aMsoNormal”}Christopher Montegue Workman of Bassett was charged with grand larceny-more than $500 (not personal). The offense allegedly happened June 5, resulting in arrest on June 25. The next hearing is in September.{p class=”ydp2de0e7aMsoNormal”}A judge sent to circuit court a charge of not providing construction-advance payment more than $500 against Stanley Calvin Francis Jr. of Sutherlin. The offense allegedly happened July 13, 2017, resulting in arrest on March 26.{p class=”ydp2de0e7aMsoNormal”}A judge sent to circuit court a charge of premises deemed common nuisance-first offense against Fred Dean Harrington of Collinsville. The offense allegedly happened Oct. 15, 2018, resulting in arrest on April 2.{p class=”ydp2de0e7aMsoNormal”}A judge sent to circuit court a charge of animal torture causing death against Brittany Monique Williams of Collinsville. The offense allegedly happened on Feb. 22.{p class=”ydp2de0e7aMsoNormal”}Duvontae Lamar Keen of Martinsville was charged with eluding/disregarding police. The offense allegedly happened April 12, resulting in arrest on May 20. The next hearing is in September.{p class=”ydp2de0e7aMsoNormal”}Cody Cheyenne Moore of Bassett was charged with two counts of use of a firearm in felony, carjacking, and abduction by force/intimidation. The offense allegedly happened May 4. The next hearing is in September.{p class=”ydp2de0e7aMsoNormal”}Mikayla J. Thomas of Collinsville was charged with larceny-armed entry into building, use of firearm in felony first offense and abduction by force intimidation. The offenses allegedly happened May 4, resulting in arrest on May 25. The next hearing is in September.{p class=”ydp2de0e7aMsoNormal”}Toby James Harris of Ridgeway was charged with shoplifting less than $500-third offense. The offense allegedly happened June 9, resulting in arrest on June 26. The next hearing is in August.{p class=”ydp2de0e7aMsoNormal”}Katrina Danielle Secrest of Axton was charged two counts of manufacturing a controlled substance and a charge of prisoner possession of unlawful chemical. The offense allegedly happened June 16. The next hearing is in August.{h4 class=”ydp2de0e7aMsoNormal”}Henry County Circuit Court{/h4}

{p class=”ydp2de0e7aMsoNormal”}A judge sent to circuit court a charge of possession of firearm by a violent felon, possession of firearm by a violent felon, possession of firearm while possessing methamphetamine with intent to distribute, and possession of 100 grams of meth/200 grams of meth mixture against Joshua Todd Arrington of Bassett. The offense allegedly happened June 1, 2018. His next hearing is later in July.{p class=”ydp2de0e7aMsoNormal”}Mario Keon Redd of Bassett was charged with making false statement to firearms dealer. He was found not guilty.{p class=”ydp2de0e7aMsoNormal”}David Eugene Peeler of Eden, N.C., was charged with felony hit and run. He pled guilty to assault and battery. He was sentenced to 1 year in jail, with 1 year suspended, and ordered to pay $1,000 in restitution plus costs. The offense happened Sept. 10.{p class=”ydp2de0e7aMsoNormal”}Tylor Evan Wimbush of Bassett pled no contest to a charge of malicious wounding of family/household member. Judge dismissed but may later reopen a charge of robbery with a deadly weapon. The offense happened Nov. 5, 2018. His sentencing hearing is later in July.{p class=”ydp2de0e7aMsoNormal”}Joey David Johnson of Martinsville was charged with felony obstruction of justice. He pled guilty to a lesser charge of obstruction of justice (misdemeanor). He was sentenced to 1 year in jail, with 11 months suspended, 1 year of supervised probation and ordered to pay $50 in restitution plus costs. The offense happened Sept. 26.{p class=”ydp2de0e7aMsoNormal”}Brandon Ashley Royal of Ridgeway pled no contest to petty larceny third subsequent offense. He was sentenced to 5 years in prison, with 4 years and 9 months suspended, 2 years of supervised probation, and ordered to pay $125 in restitution plus costs. The offense happened July 13.{p class=”ydp2de0e7aMsoNormal”}Logan Ray Mitchem of Stanelytown was charged with grand larceny. The offense allegedly happened Oct. 10, 2017. Term hearing is later in July.{p class=”ydp2de0e7aMsoNormal”}David Doyle Looney of Martinsville was charged with eluding police at more than 20 mph. Bond was denied on June 26. The offense allegedly happened March 28. A grand jury hearing will be later in July. {h4 class=”ydp2de0e7aMsoNormal”}Martinsville District Court{/h4}

{p class=”ydp2de0e7aMsoNormal”}Donald James Burton of Ridgeway was charged with manufacturing a controlled substance and possession of gun with schedule I/II drug. The offense allegedly happened June 23. The next hearing is in September.{p class=”ydp2de0e7aMsoNormal”}Joshua Lamont Pritchett of Martinsville was charged with shoplifting less than $500-third offense. The offense allegedly happened June 25. The next hearing is in August.{p class=”ydp2de0e7aMsoNormal”}Joseph Michael Webb of Martinsville was charged with three counts of assault of law enforcement/dept. of corrections person. The offense allegedly happened June 27. The next hearing is in August.{p class=”ydp2de0e7aMsoNormal”}A judge sent to circuit court a charge of malicious wounding and disturbing the peace against Victor Hairston Jr. of Martinsville. The offense allegedly happened March 9.{p class=”ydp2de0e7aMsoNormal”}A judge sent to circuit court a charge of grand larceny-auto theft against Vincent Maurice Penn of Axton. The offense allegedly happened March 9.{p class=”ydp2de0e7aMsoNormal”}Willie Joe Davis of Axton pled guilty to DWI first offense. His driver’s license was suspended for 1 year, he is ordered to complete VASAP and to pay a fine of $250 plus costs. The offense happened March 23.{p class=”ydp2de0e7aMsoNormal”}Isaiah Douglas Redd of Martinsville pled guilty to DWI first offense. He was sentenced to 30 days in jail, with 30 days suspended, his driver’s license was suspended for 1 year, he is ordered to complete VASAP and to pay a fine of $250 plus costs. The offense happened Feb. 27.{p class=”ydp2de0e7aMsoNormal”}Glenn Brett Stokes of Bassett was found guilty of DWI second offense and two additional misdemeanor charges. He was sentenced to 90 days in jail, with 60 days suspended, his driver’s license was suspended for 3 years, he is ordered to complete VASAP and to pay fines totaling $1,000 plus costs. The offense happened Nov. 8.{h4 class=”ydp2de0e7aMsoNormal”}Martinsville Circuit Court{/h4}

{p class=”ydp2de0e7aMsoNormal”}Ollie P. Bray Jr. of Ridgeway was charged with making false statement on criminal history consent form. The case was dismissed.{p class=”ydp2de0e7aMsoNormal”}Rashawn Kentrael Kent of Martinsville pled guilty to making false statement on criminal history consent form. The offense happened June 30, 2018, resulting in arrest May 17. The term hearing is later in July.{p class=”ydp2de0e7aMsoNormal”}Homer Robert Sebastian Jr. of Martinsville pled guilty to extortion-in writing. The offense happened on April 22. The term hearing is later in July.{p class=”ydp2de0e7aMsoNormal”}Brandy Lea Wiseman of Martinsville pled guilty to shoplifting less than $500 third subsequent offense. The offense allegedly happened Dec. 31. The term hearing will be later in July.{p class=”ydp2de0e7aMsoNormal”}Keiontae Raneake Osean Smith of Martinsville pled guilty to two counts of obtaining money under false pretense-less than $200, two counts of possession of ammunition by felon, obtaining money under false pretense and felony failure to appear in court. He was sentenced to a total of 13 years in prison, with 12 years suspended, 3 years of supervised probation, and ordered to pay a fine of $750 and restitution of $369.61 plus costs.{p class=”ydp2de0e7aMsoNormal”}{p class=”ydp2de0e7aMsoNormal”}{p class=”ydp2de0e7aMsoNormal”}{p class=”ydp2de0e7aMsoNormal”}{p class=”ydp2de0e7aMsoNormal”}{p class=”ydp2de0e7aMsoNormal”}

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