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Criminal sentencing sends some to DOC

Wednesday, October 7, 2009

Criminal sentencing for the 16th District, 4th Division, Fulton County Circuit Court was conducted for August and September. Out of the proceedings as follows of Sept. 21:

Mathew Dean Thompson, 27, charged with felony aggravated assault on law enforcement, felony domestic third degree battery and misdemeanor resisting arrest, was sentenced to 60 months probation and fined $2,500.

Thomas Musgrove, 26, was charged with felony terroristic threatening first degree. He was sentenced to 36 months probation and fined $1,500.

David Allen Hightower, 26, charged with misdemeanor TOP and felony commercial burglary, was sentenced to 36 months probation and fined $1,500.

Leslie Moore, 27, charged with felony possession of controlled substance (marijuana) with intent to deliver, felony possession of drug paraphernalia and a felony offense of felon in possession of firearm. She was sentenced to 96 months probation and fined $3,500. The charge of simultaneous possession of drugs and firearms were dropped pursuant to the plea agreement.

Gregory Scott Bates, 42, charged with felony possession of firearms, was sentenced to 48 months probation and fined $2,500. Pursuant of plea agreement, charges against Bates for failure to appear were dropped.

Michael Standred, 33, charged with felony theft of property, was sentenced to 24 months in the Department of Corrections (DOC). He was fined $2,500.

Christopher Sanders, 31, charged with felony furnishing articles, felony domestic battery second degree and sexual assault second degree, was sentenced to 120 months in the DOC.

Lee Jared Sisco, 24, charged with felony sexual assault second degree, was sentenced to 120 months in the DOC.

Kevin Michael Gaeke, 34, charged with felony commercial burglary on Aug. 20, was sentenced to 60 months in the DOC.

Jacob Schuerman, 26, charges with felony domestic battery in the first degree and felony endangering the welfare of a minor, was sentenced to 72 months in the DOC.

Jerry Kurtis Butler, 43, charged with felony possession of controlled substance and felony possession of drug paraphernalia, was sentenced to 48 months in the DOC.

Jesse Lee English, 31, charged with felony possession of controlled substance (Vicodin) with intent to deliver, felony possession of controlled substance (Tylenol with codeine) with intent to deliver, felony possession of controlled substance (Darvocet-N100) with intent to deliver, felony possession of controlled substance (Endocet) with intent to deliver, felony possession of narcotic drug outside of prescription bottle and felony attempted commercial burglary; was sentenced to 72 months in the DOC.

Jeffrey Mohlke, 29, charged with felony sexual assault second degree, was sentenced to 96 months in the DOC. Phillip Lyn May, 40, charged with felony delivery of controlled substance (marijuana), was sentenced to 84 months probation.

Brian Adam Frame entered no contest to the charge of possession of a controlled substance (Oxycodone), a Class C felony. A six-year deferment was filed with the court.

The Aug. 17 proceedings are as follows:

Russ Neal McMurtrey, 34; charged with felony possession of controlled substance (methamphetamine), felony possession of drug paraphernalia with intent to manufacture (methamphetamine), felony possession of drug paraphernalia with intent to use, felony furnishing prohibited articles into correction facility, felony possession of controlled substance (methamphetamine) and felony possession of anhydrous ammonia in unapproved containers; was sentenced to 144 months in the DOC.

Scott Christopher Smith, 38, charged with felony fleeing, was sentenced to 12 months in the DOC.

Tammy Brock, 31, charged with felony possession of controlled substance and felony possession of drug paraphernalia, was sentenced to 48 months in the DOC.

Zachary Lynn Walters, 21, charged with felony possession of controlled substance (methamphetamine), was sentenced to 60 months in the DOC.

Eric Scott Rodgers, 19, charged with felony sexual assault second degree, felony theft of property and felony commercial burglary, was sentenced to 120 months in the DOC.

Shaun Esposito entered no contest to five felony charges of commercial burglary, theft of property, possession of controlled substance, manufacturing of alcohol and furnishing prohibited articles; and a misdemeanor for criminal mischief. A six-year deferment was filed with the court.



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