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General Sessions
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A 35-person arraignment docket was heard Tuesday morning by Judge Bill Locke in General Sessions Criminal Court. Included in the morning session:
• Heather Knight was granted an 11-month, 29-day judicial diversion and must pay $75 plus costs, perform 24 hours public service work, and must stay out of Walmart for shoplifting. She can have her criminal record erased if she completes her probation without incident.
• Gregory Sowell must pay $225 plus costs for hunting in closed season, hunting deer with illegal ammunition, and not wearing blaze orange.
• Billy Nelson was fined $225 and had his hunting license revoked for a year for hunting with illegal ammunition, hunting deer in closed season, and not wearing blaze orange.
• Jared Qualls and Bryan Reed must pay $150 plus costs and lose their hunting licenses for one year for hunting from a public road.
• Denzell Robinson must serve two days, perform 24 hours public service work, undergo a drug and alcohol assessment, and have his probation extended by one year for violation of probation.
• Donnie Roark must serve the balance of his sentence for violation of probation.
• William Ware was released on time served for violating an order of protection and was warned to stay away from his wife and children.

Lisa Gail King, who attends Highway 56 Church of Christ, is not the same person found guilty of violation of probation.
Kenneth Dodson, who lives on Faulkner Springs and is a retired builder and stone mason, is not the same person who appeared on the court docket.