A man who led lawmen on a high-speed chase late last year has been bound to the grand jury on a long list of charges.
The suspect, Chad Haley, was bound to the grand jury on charges of evading arrest, reckless endangerment with a weapon, possession of drugs and possession of burglary tools. He is charged with leading officers on a pursuit at speeds over 100 mph before crashing by Lucky CIC. He claimed he thought he was being chased by vampires when officers asked why he was fleeing.
In other General Sessions Court action Tuesday:
• Price Moses Haywood was bound to the grand jury on charges of possession of drugs and drug paraphernalia and domestic assault.
• Mark S. Jones was given an 11-29 probationary sentence and must pay $280 for simple assault.
• Rebecca Wilder was issued an 11-29 probationary sentence and must pay $1,451 for possession of drugs.
• Herbert Dillon Conley was ordered to serve 48 hours of an 11-29 sentence, pay $3,226 and make $1,500 restitution for assault and vandalism.
• Hannah Cantrell was given a six-month probationary sentence and must pay $280 for assault.
• Rose Marie Bell was directed to serve 10 days of an 11-29 sentence, make $411 restitution and perform 16 hours public service work for theft.
• Marc Edwin Barnes was directed to serve 48 hours and pay $341 for resisting arrest and public intoxication.
• Mary Nunley was given an 11-29 sentence and must pay $881 for passing six worthless checks and violation of probation.
• Tracy Goforth was given an 11-29 sentence but released on time served and must undergo drug testing for contributing to the delinquency of a minor.
• Emily Tanner was issued an 11-29 sentence but released on time served and must pay $256 for contributing to the delinquency of a minor.
• Michael R. Jones was bound to the grand jury on the charge initiating the process intended to manufacture of meth.
• Kayla Youngblood was granted a six-month judicial diversion for harassment by phone.
• Christi Hayes was placed on probation for six months for violation of probation.
• Danny R. Martin must serve 30 days for public intoxication.
• Antonio Perez must serve 10 days and have his probation extended by six months for violation of probation.
Jennifer White, charged with simple possession of drugs, is not the PTO president at Bobby Ray Elementary who lives on Willow Way.