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General Sessions docket 4-14
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A man accused of slashing a good Samaritan as he tried to subdue him after seeing him breaking into cars outside McDonald’s has been bound to the grand jury on multiple felony counts.
The man, Devon R. Kirby, was bound to the grand jury on charges of aggravated assault, possession of a weapon by a convicted felon, auto burglary and theft. His charges come after he cut a man who was trying to detain him until police arrived. Kirby was seen breaking into cars outside McDonald’s before he ran across the street and into Dollar General. The victim held on to the alleged thief even after being cut and was sitting on Kirby when police arrived.
In other arraignment court action heard by General Sessions Judge Bill Locke on Tuesday morning:
Louis Allen Landry was ordered to serve 30 days of an 11-month, 29-day sentence, pay $350 plus costs and lose his driver license for one year for DUI and simple possession of drugs.
Sheila Rodriques Ortega was granted an 11-29 judicial diversion and must undergo batterer intervention for stalking and assault. The diversion means her criminal record will be erased at the end of her probation.
Jazman Colman must pay $10 plus costs for disorderly conduct.
Allison D. Paine must pay $10 plus costs for public intoxication.
Louie Fleisher must serve the balance of his sentence for violation of probation.
Jeremy Bouldin was directed to serve 90 days and have his probation extended by one year for violation of probation.
Jeremy L. Brown had his probation revoked and must serve the balance of his sentence for violation of probation.
Willis Brown was ordered to serve 45 days for violation of probation.
Wind Dee Joseph Guerard had her probation extended by a year for violation of probation.
Jeffrey Allen Lowry was directed to serve 60 days and have his probation extended by one year for violation of probation.
Curtis Reed must serve 30 days for violation of probation.
Donnie Roark must serve the balance of his sentence for violation of probation.
Johnathan Andrew Skinner was instructed to serve 70 days for violation of probation and failure to appear. He had his probation extended by one year.
Sarah J. Threlkel must serve five days for violation of probation.