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Circuit Court: Probation Violators
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Circuit Court Judge Bart Stanley recently handed down sentences against those who failed to take advantage of their second chances. Included in probation violators:
• Brandon Eugene Locke was instructed to serve 180 days for violating his probation for aggravated burglary.
• Jennifer Mabe was ordered to serve 90 days and then be transferred to the drug court program for violating her probation for possession of drugs and filing a false report.
• Lisa Diane Minter must serve the balance of her sentence for violating her probation for driving on a revoked license.
• Charles E. Renshaw had his judicial diversion set aside and must serve 90 days of a six-year sentence for violating his probation for aggravated burglary and theft.
• Jerry Donald Cantrell was ordered to serve 30 days for violating his probation for initiating the process intended to manufacture meth.
• Michael Wayne Brock Jr., had his probation extended by six months for violating his probation for fourth-offense driving on a revoked license.
• Alyssa Star Cartwright must serve 90 days for violating her probation for felony theft.
• Samantha Davenport must serve 60 days and have her probation extended by a half-year for violating her probation for theft.
• Jennifer Hill must serve 120 days for violating her probation for delivery of drugs.
• Bradford Garrett Kirby was directed to serve the balance of his sentence for violating his probation for initiating the process to manufacture meth.
• Terry Bryan McCormick must serve the balance of his sentence for violating his probation for domestic assault, vandalism and driving on a suspended license.
• Daniel Ray Page must serve the balance of his sentence for violating his probation for felony theft.
• Joshua Dwayne Russell must serve 90 days for violating his probation for evading arrest and fourth-offense driving on a revoked license.
• Serena Johnson must serve 90 days and have her probation extended by six months for violating her probation for delivery of drugs and fraudulently obtaining TennCare.
• Don R. Baker had his probation extended by one year for violating his probation for delivery of drugs.