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Judge Ross hands down sentences in General Sessions court
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Sentences were handed down Tuesday by General Sessions Judge Larry Ross for crimes ranging from felony assault to drunk driving. Included in General Sessions action:• David H. Stacey was bound to the grand jury on charges of aggravated assault and indecent exposure. He was fined $50 plus cost for failure to appear in court.• Jeremy A. Campbell was directed to serve 12 days of an 11-29 sentence, pay $100 plus costs and attend conflict management for domestic assault.• Christopher St. John was ordered to serve 10 days of an 11-29 sentence and pay $750 plus costs for possession of drugs.• Carl Thompson was bound to the grand jury on charges of theft and forgery.• Jessica L. Steinback was instructed to serve 48 hours of a six-month sentence for theft.• David Haycox was directed to serve 48 hours of a six-month sentence and must pay $50 plus costs for resisting arrest and disorderly conduct.• Hunter C. Dye was granted a six-month probationary sentence and must make restitution on the charge of theft.• Anna J. Bonner was granted a six-month judicial diversion for passing a worthless check for $25.• Gina Butcher was granted a six-month judicial diversion and must make restitution for passing a worthless check for $182.• Mauricio Ramirez was instructed to serve 48 hours of an 11-29 sentence, pay $350 plus costs, perform 24 hours public service work and lose his driver license for one year for DUI.• Kathy I. Monroe must pay $50 plus costs and perform 16 hours public service work for underage consumption.• Keiffer Bain was issued a six-month probationary sentence and must make $671 restitution for vandalism.• Jason Young was issued a six-month probationary sentence and must make $300 restitution for allowing dogs to run at large.• Carl A. Young must serve the balance of his sentence for violation of probation.• Shaun Sparkman must serve 20 days for contempt of court and failure to appear in court.• Victoria McComis must serve 20 days for failure to appear in court.• Konrad Reichman must serve 10 days for failure to appear in court.Clarifications• Billy Jason Nunley of Oakwood Trail, who is pastor at First Church of Jesus Christ Apostolic Faith and a fire fighter with McMinnville Fire Department, is not the person charged with simple possession of drugs.• Travis Hale, who is a local contractor, is not the Travis Hale convicted of driving on a suspended license.• Kenneth Lawson, who owns Kalico LLC and is the son of Avery Lawson, co-founder of Bouldin and Lawson, is not the same person indicted for possession of drugs and traffic violations.