Sentences were handed down Thursday in General Sessions Court by Judge Bill Locke during Traffic Court. Included in court action:
Mary Tiffany Nunley was ordered to serve 120 days of an 11-month, 29-day sentence, pay $1,300 plus costs, perform 24 hours public service work, forfeit her weapon and driver license for DUI, unlawful possession of a weapon, and possession of meth. She must also serve the balance of her former sentence for violation of probation.
Troy D. Bain was bound to the grand jury on charges of second-offense DUI and driving without a license.
Kali Nicole Bogle was ordered to serve 12 days of an 11-29 sentence, pay $350 plus costs, perform 24 hours public service work, attend DUI Class and lose her driver license for one year for DUI.
Antonio Gomez Hernandez, Todd Patterson, J.W. Lee Brown and Lucas Felipe Velasquez were ordered to serve 48 hours of 11-29 sentences, pay $350 plus costs, perform 24 hours public service work, attend DUI Class and forfeit driving privileges for one year for DUI.
Jose R. Acosta and Cassey R. Bess must serve 48 hours and pay $10 plus costs for driving without a license.
Johnny Miles Tindell was bound to the grand jury on the charge of driving on a revoked license.
Jacob Frausto was granted an 11-29 judicial diversion and must pay $250 plus costs for simple possession of marijuana. The diversion means his record will be erased once his probation is complete.
Jamie Sue Ferrell was instructed to serve 48 hours of a six-month sentence, pay $50 plus costs and lose driving privileges for one year for driving on a suspended license.
Charles D. Johnson was fined $50 plus costs for reckless driving.
Taylor Dane Holt was fined $10 plus costs for public intoxication.
Justin Hall, Daniel John Pendergraph and Tavarius D. League must pay $10 plus costs for driving without a license.
Jeffery L. Murphy had his probation revoked and must serve the balance of his sentence.
Michael Lee Rhea Jr., must serve 60 days for violation of probation. He was also given another 10 days for simple possession of drugs and must pay a $250 fine.
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