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General Sessions
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A 28-person docket was heard Tuesday afternoon by Judge Bill Locke in General Sessions Trial Court. Included in court action:
• Chad McBride was bound to the grand jury on charges of theft, aggravated burglary, reckless endangerment, evading arrest, speeding through a school zone, and driving on a suspended license. He is charged for running from police after they tried to stop him when he was clocked speeding through a school zone. Pursuing officers said he ran onto a curb and almost hit pedestrians on the sidewalk.
• Michael Newby was ordered to serve 30 days of an 11-month, 29-day sentence and undergo batterer intervention for domestic assault.
• Latisha Kloosterman was bound to the grand jury on the charge of grand theft.
• Aaron Smith was bound to the grand jury on the charge of grand theft.
• Benjamin Nash was granted an 11-29 judicial diversion and must undergo a drug and alcohol assessment and get a job for aggravated criminal trespass.
• David Maddux was given a six-month probationary sentence and must pay $150 plus costs for possession of drug paraphernalia. He must serve the balance of a former sentence for violation of probation.
• Shelby Burnett had a judicial diversion set aside and must serve 48 hours and undergo a drug and alcohol assessment for violation of probation.
• John Helms must serve 150 days for violation of probation.
• Samuel Hillis must serve 30 days and have his probation extended by six months for violation of probation.
• Joshua Lee must serve 30 days and have his probation extended by six months for violation of probation.
• Harry Lintz must serve 90 days and have his probation extended by six months for violation of probation.
• Jason Wright was ordered to serve 120 days and have his probation extended by one year for violation of probation.
• Alexander Bourdon must serve the balance of his sentence for violation of probation, reckless driving, driving without a license, and failure to appear in court.