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Ross hears 61-person court docket
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A 61-person docket was heard Thursday by Judge Larry Ross in General Sessions Traffic Court. Cases not listed below were either dismissed or postponed to a later date. Included in court action:• Melanie Brimer was bound to the grand jury on charges of second-offense driving on a revoked license and violation of habitual traffic offender status.• Lacey Tucker was bound to the grand jury on the charge of fourth-offense driving on a revoked license.• Jennifer Major was bound to the grand jury on the charge of second-offense DUI.• Gary Collins was bound to the grand jury on the charge of fourth-offense driving on a revoked license.• Robert Anthony Jr., Christie Guerard and Laura Dennis were instructed to serve 48 hours of a six-month sentence, pay $352 and lose their driver licenses for one year for driving on a revoked license.• Kenneth Bordes was directed to serve four days of a six-month sentence, pay $509 and lose his driver license for one year for driving on a suspended license and failure to appear in court.• Troy Jennings was instructed to serve 48 hours of an 11-29 sentence, pay $312 and lose his driver license for one year for driving on a suspended license.• Jose Soto Carbrea was instructed to serve 48 hours and pay $430 for driving without a license and speeding.• Michael Woodlee was instructed to serve 48 hours of a six-month sentence, pay $352 and lose his driver license for one year for driving on a suspended license.• Samuel Hale must pay $192 for driving without a license.• Randy Prince must pay $310 for driving without a license and speeding.• Mariano Hernandez, Jeffery Williams, Jessica Weaver, Jeffery Smartt, Tamara Frazier and Kenyatta Stephens must pay $152 for driving without a license.Clarifications• Amber Leigh Brown, who lives on East End Drive, is not the person convicted of leaving the scene and DUI.• Tony Fults, who works at Co-op, is not the person convicted for public intoxication.