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Several sentenced for probation violation
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Sentences were handed down against several who failed to take advantage of their second chances and violated their probation. Included in probation violators sentenced by Circuit Court Judge Bart Stanley:• Jeremy Barnes must serve 120 days for violating his probation on his former conviction on the charge of initiating the process to manufacture meth.• Jennifer Caswell must serve the balance of her sentence for violating her probation on her former conviction on the charge of TennCare fraud.• Jeremy Farley must serve 30 days for violating his probation on his former conviction on the charge of theft.• Lendsey Guerra Fults must serve the balance of his sentence for violating probation on the former convictions on charges of theft and fraudulent use of a credit card.• Sandy Jennings was given a 10-day sentence for violating probation on the former conviction on the charge of initiating the process to manufacture meth.• Jeffery Hodges must serve the balance of his sentence for violating his probation on his former conviction on the charge of delivery of drugs.• Shandra Majia must serve the balance of her sentence for violating her probation on her former conviction on the charge of theft.• Michael Mills was ordered to serve 90 days of a two-year sentence, pay $2,000 plus costs and perform 40 hours public service work for violating his judicial diversion on the charge of promoting the manufacture of meth.• Roger Nelson Pendleton must serve the balance of his sentence for violating his probation on his former conviction on the charge of simple assault.• Danny Petty must serve the balance of his sentence for violating his probation on his former conviction on the charge of possession of marijuana.• Joshua Rackley was instructed to serve 60 days for violating his probation on his former conviction on charges of possession of marijuana and drug paraphernalia.• Kasey Reed had her probation extended by one year for violating her probation on her former conviction on the charge of theft.• Thomas Allen Tindell must serve the balance of his sentence for violating his probation on his former conviction on the charge of theft.• Sue Ellen Whitmore must serve 30 days on weekends for violating her probation on her former conviction on the charge of theft.• Jennifer Woodlee must serve 120 days and undergo a drug and alcohol assessment after her release for violating her probation on the prior conviction on charges of delivery of drugs.