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Circuit Court
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Sentences were handed down recently by Circuit Court Judge Bart Stanley against a multitude of defendants who failed with their second chances. Included in probation violators:
• Brandi Bain must serve the balance of her sentence for violating her probation on the charge of introduction of contraband into the jail.
• Kathy Ann Bowdoin must serve the balance of her sentence for violating her probation for promoting the manufacture of meth.
• Randall Keith Boehm was ordered to serve 180 days for violating his probation for initiating the process to manufacture meth.
• Jonathan Casey Bryant was released on 34 days time served for violating his probation for promoting the manufacture of meth.
• Joe Blanton Campbell was directed to serve 90 days and have his probation extended for one year for violating his probation for initiating the process to manufacture meth.
• Mike L. Chaple was ordered to serve 30 days for violating his probation for delivery of drugs.
• Christopher Lee Cripps was directed to serve 120 days for violating his probation for DUI and possession of drugs.
• Jesse Lynn Epps was directed to serve 60 days and have his probation extended by six months for violating his probation for DUI.
• Shameca E. Harris was instructed to serve 60 days and had her probation extended by one year for violating her probation for delivery of drugs.
• Shannon Denise Hillis must serve six months for violating her probation for possession with intent to deliver drugs.
• Terry Morton Hollon was ordered to serve the balance of his sentence for violating his probation for initiating the process to manufacture meth and second-offense driving on a suspended license.
• Wallace Steven Nelson was directed to serve 120 days and have his probation extended by one year for violating his probation for fraudulently obtaining TennCare and delivery of drugs.
• Christopher D. Pinegar must serve 90 days for violating his probation for grand theft.
• Nina Carol Parker must serve 45 days for violating her probation for delivery of drugs.
• Franny Elaine Ordonez must serve the balance of her sentence for violating her probation for theft.
• Rayburn Lavion Prater must serve 86 days and have his probation extended by one year for violating his probation for delivery of drugs.
• Kyle Shane Smith was released on 27 days time served for violating his probation for initiating the process to manufacture meth.
• Jill Simmons must serve 30 days and have her probation extended by a year for violating her probation for third-offense driving on a revoked license.
• John A. Sewell must serve the balance of his sentence for violating his probation for driving on a revoked license.
• Thomas Allen Tindell must serve four months for violating his probation for initiating the process to manufacture meth.
• Ray Darnell Underwood must serve the balance of his sentence for violating his probation for initiating the process to manufacture meth.
• Shelley R. Underwood had her probation extended by two years for violating her probation for delivery of drugs.
• Susan Michelle Walker was ordered to serve six months for violating her probation for promoting the manufacture of meth.
• Jeffery Lee White must serve 60 days and have his probation extended by six months for violating his probation for second-offense driving on a revoked license.
• Adrian Skylar Whiteaker must serve the balance of his sentence for violating his probation for initiating the process to manufacture meth and delivery of meth.
• Michael Edward Woods Jr., must serve 60 days for violating his probation for initiating the process to manufacture meth.
• Joshua D. Dishman was ordered to serve 60 days for violating his probation for criminal simulation and aggravated criminal trespass.