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Traffic Court docket 9-13
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Sentences were handed down Thursday by Judge Bill Locke in General Sessions Traffic Court.Included in court action:Shane L. Bluth was instructed to serve 120 days of an 11-month, 29-day sentence, pay $600 plus costs, perform 24 hours public service work and lose his driver license for two years for second-offense DUI and driving on a revoked license.Christopher Scott Christian was ordered to serve 120 days of an 11-month, 29-day sentence, pay $50 plus costs and perform 40 hours public service work for sixth-offense driving on a revoked license.Darrell Wayne Newby was ordered to serve 90 days of an 11-month, 29-day sentence for fifth-offense driving on a revoked license. He must serve the balance of his former sentence for violation of probation.Jessica Hale was ordered to serve 60 days of an 11-29 sentence and pay $50 plus costs for driving on a suspended license.Sarah M. Burks was directed to serve 55 days of an 11-29 sentence, pay $100 plus costs and perform 24 hours public service work for inhaling intoxicants and reckless driving.Natalie Michelle Smith was instructed to serve 40 days of an 11-29 sentence and pay $900 plus costs for driving on a revoked license, possession of meth and drug paraphernalia. She was given 30 more days for violation of probation.Dillon Ray Mullican was instructed to serve 30 days of an 11-29 sentence and pay $1,000 plus costs for possession of meth.Micki Allen Thomas was directed to serve 15 days of an 11-29 sentence and pay $900 plus costs for simple possession of drugs and drug paraphernalia.Freddie Denise Baker must serve 48 hours of a six-month sentence for driving on a revoked license.Mary B. Judkins was given an 11-29 sentence but released on time-served and must pay $1,100 plus costs, perform 24 hours public service work, attend DUI Class and lose her driver license for one year for DUI and simple possession of drugs.Brandon E. Almaguer was granted a six-month judicial diversion and must pay $50 plus costs for criminal impersonation.