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General Sessions
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Judge Bill Locke has ruled on the following cases in General Sessions Court.

Brandon Avery King was released on time served for perjury.

Richard Glenn Learmonth was released on time served and allowed to enter the second chance program for domestic assault and violation of conditional release.

Norman Allen McBride was ordered to serve 30 days of an 11-month, 29-day sentence and pay a $750 fine for possession of meth.

Mark Miller was ordered to serve 120 days of an 11-29 sentence for three counts of domestic assault. He was ordered to have no contact with the victim, to attend the batterer’s program, and to have an alcohol and drug assessment.

Isaac Brian Whitman was ordered to serve 35 days and had probation revoked for shoplifting, failure to appear and violation of probation. He was ordered to stay out of Walmart.

Samuel Blake Hale was released on time served and given 11-29 probation for domestic assault and interference with emergency calls.

Jesse Palmer was ordered to serve 32 days of an 11-29 sentence and fined $750 for simple possession, theft, and failure to appear. He must pay $650 restitution to Walmart.

Joel James Roark was ordered to serve 15 days of an 11-29 sentence for second-offense driving on a suspended license.

Ordered to serve jail time for violation of probation were Kenneth Allen Bond (60 days), Joseph R. Clark (60 days), Joshua Lawrence Hobbs (60 days), Mandy Lynn McBride (revoked to serve), Kayla Robertson (30 days), Logan Blake Seamons (45 days), Timothy D. Thomas (45 days), Tony D. Walls (60 days), Dominique K. Ridley (60 days) and Joe J. Roark (revoked to serve).


Joshua Paul Basham, who works for the Department of Agriculture, is not the Joshua K. Basham who was charged with simple possession, possession of paraphernalia and child neglect on April 30.