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Locke hears 37-person General Sessions docket
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A 37-person docket was heard Tuesday morning by Judge Bill Locke in General Sessions arraignment court. Included in the morning court session:
• Charles Crawford was ordered to serve 10 days of an 11-29 sentence and undergo anger management and a drug and alcohol assessment for domestic assault.
• Nigel Hopkins was ordered to serve 10 days of an 11-29 sentence, perform 25 hours public service work, and stay out of Walmart for shoplifting.
• Shelby Cook was issued an 11-29 probationary sentence, must perform 25 hours public service work and stay out of Walmart for theft.
• Stevie Powers was issued an 11-29 probationary sentence and must perform 25 hours public service work and stay out of Walmart for shoplifting.
• Jacob J. Damon was given an 11-29 probationary sentence and must pay $50 plus costs, perform 16 hours public service work and undergo a drug and alcohol assessment for consumption of alcohol under the age of 21.
• David Fults was issued an 11-29 probationary sentence and must pay $200 plus costs, perform 25 hours public service work, and undergo a drug and alcohol assessment for possession of drug paraphernalia and underage consumption.
• Aaron Yates and Phillip Foster were given 11-29 probationary sentences and must pay $50 plus costs, perform 25 hours public service work and undergo a drug and alcohol assessment for underage consumption.
• Jonathan Scott was directed to serve 70 days of an 11-29 sentence for fifth-offense driving on a suspended license and failure to appear in court.
• Amber Brown must serve 60 days and have her probation extended by one year for violation of probation.
• Kasey O’Neal must serve 60 days and have her probation extended by one year for violation of probation.
• David Scott was ordered to serve 45 days and have his probation extended by one year for violation of probation.
• Ricky Bigsby must serve the balance of his sentence for violation of probation.