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Violators have probation revoked
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Failure to make good on second charges will land several probation violators behind bars, some for the balance of their sentences.Circuit Court Judge Bart Stanley heard 13 probation violation cases recently, issuing the following sentences:• James Axford must serve the balance of his sentence for violating his probation for his prior conviction on charges of fraudulently obtaining drugs, evading arrest, and aggravated assault.• Reeve Brady was directed to serve 120 days for violating his probation on his prior convictions of aggravated assault and domestic assault.• Jacklyn Driver must serve the balance of her sentence for violating her probation on her prior convictions on charges of burglary and theft.• Nolan Hillis had his judicial diversion set aside and was given three years but released on time served for violating his diversion on his prior convictions of aggravated burglary and theft.• Chapple Kilgore must serve the balance of sentence for violating probation on the prior convictions on charges of aggravated burglary and theft.• Larry Lawson must serve the balance of his sentence for violating his probation on his prior convictions on charges of theft.• Kevin Lewis was instructed to serve 48 hours and was returned to probation for violating his probation on the charge of simple possession of drugs.• Bryson Martin must serve the balance of his sentence for violating his probation for his prior conviction on the charge of third-offense driving on a suspended license.• Cassandra Reed must serve the balance of her sentence for violating her probation for her prior convictions on charges of possession of drugs and forgery.• John Huston Simons was ordered to serve 120 days and had his probation extended by one year for violating his probation on his prior convictions on charges of theft, contributing to the delinquency of a minor, arson by setting personal property on fire, making a false report, filing a false insurance claim, hindering secured creditors and theft.• Brandon Stembridge was instructed to serve 120 days for violating his probation on his prior conviction on the charge of forgery.• Johnna West was ordered to serve two weekends before being released back on probation for violating her probation on her prior conviction on the charge of theft.• April Walker had her judicial diversion set aside and was placed on two years probation on her prior convictions on charges of theft and possession of drugs.

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