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Sharp County Sheriff's Report

Thursday, November 11, 2010

Phillip D. Barnett Jr., 27, was found guilty and sentenced to 36 months in the Department of Corrections Oct. 5 by Circuit Court Judge Harold Erwin for theft of property Oct. 5. Barnett was also ordered to pay a $250 fine, $150 court costs, $250 DNA fee in $75 monthly installments to the Sharp County Sheriff's Department.

Shawn M. Price, 31, was found guilty and sentenced to 48 months in the Department of Corrections Oct. 5 by Circuit Court Judge Harold Erwin for theft of property Oct. 5. Price was also ordered to pay a $250 fine, $150 court costs, $250 DNA fee and $2,080 to the Sharp County Sheriff's Department.

Andrew William Villari, 28, was found guilty and sentenced to 120 months of probation Oct. 5 by Circuit Court Judge Harold Erwin for theft by receiving, residential burglary and theft of property Oct. 5. Villari was also ordered to pay a $250 fine, $150 court costs, $250 DNA fee, a $20 booking and administrative fee and ordered to pay restitution in $75 monthly installments to the Sharp County Sheriff's Department with Richard Miller, Francis Stone and William Sharp as beneficiaries.

Joseph Jason Stallings, 39, was found guilty and sentenced to 36 months in the Department of Corrections Oct. 5 by Circuit Court Judge Harold Erwin for theft by receiving. He was given 375 days of jail time credit. Stallings was also ordered to pay a $250 fine, $150 court costs, $250 DNA fee, a $20 booking and administrative fee and ordered to pay restitution in the amount of $12,000 in no less than $100 monthly installments to the Sharp County Sheriff's Department with Josh Price as a beneficiary.

Jared Wilson Bates, 27, was found guilty and sentenced to 72 months in the Department of Corrections Oct. 5 by Circuit Court Judge Harold Erwin for theft of property, possession of methamphetamine, possession of drug paraphernalia, battery of a law enforcement officer, resisting arrest, driving on a suspended license, illegal window tint and obstructed rear window. He was given 153 days of jail time credit. Stallings was also ordered to pay a $2,000 fine, $150 court costs, $250 DNA fee, a $250 public defender fee and a $20 booking and administrative fee.

Jody L. Lovell, 32, was found guilty and sentenced to 60 months in the Department of Corrections Oct. 5 by Circuit Court Judge Harold Erwin for second degree forgery and theft of property. Lovell was also ordered to pay a $1,500 fine, $150 court costs, and a $20 booking and administrative fee. Lovell was also ordered to pay $529.70 in restitution in monthly installments of $75 monthly to the Sharp County Sheriff's Department.

Christopher Robin Stephens, 34, was found guilty and sentenced to 48 months in a Regional Correction Facility Oct. 5 by Circuit Court Judge Harold Erwin for residential burglary. Stephens was also ordered to pay a $250 fine, $150 court costs, a $20 booking and administrative fee, $250 DNA sample fee and a $250 public defender fee. Stephens was also ordered to pay $4,445 in restitution in monthly installments of $100 monthly to Gerald and Angela Ostermeir.

Jason Madrid Jones, 30, was found guilty and sentenced to 60 months in a the Department of Corrections with a 60 month suspended imposition of sentence on Oct. 5 by Circuit Court Judge Harold Erwin for theft of property and breaking or entering. Jones was also ordered to pay a $2,500 fine, $150 court costs, a $20 booking and administrative fee, $250 DNA sample fee and a $250 public defender fee. Stephens was also ordered to pay $130 in restitution in monthly installments of $50 monthly to the Sharp County Sheriff's Department upon release from ADC.

Leasa Lynn Bushong, 45, was found guilty and sentenced to 132 months probation Oct. 5 by Circuit Court Judge Harold Erwin for possession of methamphetamine, possession of drug paraphernalia and possession of marijuana. Bushong was also ordered to pay a $1,500 fine, $150 court costs, a $20 booking and administrative fee and a $250 DNA sample fee. Bushong was also ordered to pay $80 in restitution in monthly installments of $75 monthly to the Sharp County Sheriff's Department with Tess South being the beneficiary.

Joseph B. Beasley, 22, was found guilty and sentenced to 12 months probation Oct. 5 by Circuit Court Judge Harold Erwin for possession of an instrument of crime. Beasley was also ordered to pay a $250 fine, $150 court costs and a $20 booking and administrative fee.

Timothy A. Jones, 21, was found guilty and sentenced to 12 months probation Oct. 5 by Circuit Court Judge Harold Erwin for possession of a controlled substance, marijuana. Jones was also ordered to pay a $250 fine, $150 court costs, $125 Drug crime special assessment fee, $250 public defender fee and a $20 booking and administrative fee.

Gary Alan Johns, 58, was found guilty and sentenced to 36 months probation Oct. 5 by Circuit Court Judge Harold Erwin for possession of a controlled substance, methamphetamine. Johns was also ordered to pay a $250 fine, $150 court costs, $250 DNA sample fee, $125 Drug crime special assessment fee, $250 public defender fee and a $20 booking and administrative fee.

Christopher Farris, 25, was found guilty and sentenced to 84 months probation Oct. 5 by Circuit Court Judge Harold Erwin for four counts of second degree forgery . Farris was also ordered to pay a $2,500 fine, $150 court costs, $250 DNA sample fee, $250 public defender fee and a $20 booking and administrative fee. Farris was also ordered to pay restitution in the amount of $550 to the Bank of Cave City in installments of no less than $75 monthly.

Steven B. Meek, 52, was found guilty and sentenced to 96 months in a the Department of Corrections on Oct. 5 by Circuit Court Judge Harold Erwin for possession of a controlled substance, oxycodone, and two counts of possession of a controlled substance methamphetamine. He was given credit for 294 days in jail. Meek was also ordered to pay a $2,500 fine, $150 court costs, $125 drug crime special assessement fee, a $20 booking and administrative fee and a $250 DNA sample.

Johnathan Lee Hensley, 27, was found guilty and sentenced to 180 months in a the Department of Corrections on Oct. 5 by Circuit Court Judge Harold Erwin for first degree battery. He was given credit for 297 days in jail. Hensley was also ordered to pay a $5,000 fine, $150 court costs and a $20 booking and administrative fee. These fines were ordered to be paid within 180 days.

Rusty Mero, 39, was found guilty and sentenced to 120 months in a the Department of Corrections with 60 months suspended on Oct. 5 by Circuit Court Judge Harold Erwin for residential burglary and theft of property. He was given credit for 42 days in jail. Mero was also ordered to pay a $500 fine, $150 court costs and a $20 booking and administrative fee. He was also ordered to pay $60 in restitution to Keith Hulett.

Randy Foster, 29, was found guilty Oct. 5 by Circuit Court Judge Harold Erwin of first degree assault and third degree battery. Foster was ordered to pay a $250 fine, $150 court costs, $250 public defender fee, and a $20 booking and administrative fee. He was given credit for 293 days in jail.

Trey Warner, 20, was found guilty Oct. 5 by Circuit Court Judge Harold Erwin of possession of a controlled substance, marijuana. Warner was ordered to pay a $1,000 fine, $150 court costs, a $125 drug assessment fee, and a $20 booking and administrative fee.

Laurie Ann Snyder, 46, was found guilty and sentenced to 60 months probation Oct. 5 by Circuit Court Judge Harold Erwin of delivery of a controlled substance, hydrocodone and Xanax. Warner was ordered to pay a $2,500 fine, $150 court costs, a $125 drug assessment fee, $250 public defender fee and a $20 booking and administrative fee.

Melinda Gean Lee, 38, was found guilty and sentenced to 60 months probation Oct. 5 by Circuit Court Judge Harold Erwin for possession of a controlled substance, methamphetamine, possession of a controlled substance hydrocodone, possession of a controlled substance Xanax. Lee was ordered to pay a $2,500 fine, $150 court costs, a $125 drug assessment fee, $250 public defender fee, $250 DNA sample fee and a $20 booking and administrative fee. She was ordered to pay the fines in no less than $75 monthly payments to the Sharp County Sheriff's Department.

Katherine Louise Evans, 20, was found guilty and sentenced to 60 months probation Oct. 5 by Circuit Court Judge Harold Erwin for theft of property and second degree criminal mischief. Evans was ordered to pay a $500 fine, $150 court costs, $250 public defender fee, $250 DNA sample fee and a $20 booking and administrative fee. Evans was also ordered to pay restitution in the amount of $6,805 in installments of not less than $150 monthly to the Sharp County Sheriff's Department, P.E. and Arleta Moore are the beneficiaries on the restitution.

Arlen Dale Campbell, 58, was found guilty and sentenced to 12 months probation Oct. 5 by Circuit Court Judge Harold Erwin for two counts of possession of an instrument of crime. Campbell was ordered to pay a $2,000 fine, $150 court costs, and a $20 booking and administrative fee. These payments were ordered to be paid in $250 installments due in full in 11 months.

Justin Coleman Duncan, 24, was found guilty and sentenced to 60 months probation Oct. 5 by Circuit Court Judge Harold Erwin for possession of marijuana with intent to deliver. Duncan was ordered to pay a $1,000 fine, $150 court costs, $250 DNA sample fee, $125 drug crime special assessment fee, $250 public defender fee and a $20 booking and administrative fee. These payments were ordered to be paid in $50 installments to the Sharp County Sheriff's Department.

Carolyn Bent, 35, was found guilty and sentenced to 120 months probation Oct. 5 by Circuit Court Judge Harold Erwin for seven counts of financial identity fraud. Bent was ordered to pay a $250 fine, $150 court costs, $250 DNA sample fee, $250 public defender fee and a $20 booking and administrative fee. Bent was also ordered to pay $19,558.62 in restitution in $175 monthly installments to the Sharp County Sheriff's Department.

Brandy S. Gossett, 26, was found guilty and sentenced to 60 months probation Oct. 5 by Circuit Court was found guilty and sentenced to 60 months probation Oct. 5 by Circuit Court Judge Harold Erwin for possession of a controlled substance Judge Harold Erwin for possession of a controlled substance, methamphetamine, possession of a controlled substance, marijuana, possession of drug paraphernalia and littering. Gossett was ordered to pay a $1,500 fine, $150 court costs, $250 DNA sample fee, $125 Drug crime special assessment fee, $250 public defender fee and a $20 booking and administrative fee.

Michael R. Mennen, 27, was found guilty and sentenced to 12 months probation Oct. 5 by Circuit Court Judge Harold Erwin for possession of a controlled substance marijuana. Mennen was ordered to pay a $1,000 fine, $150 court costs, $125 Drug crime special assessment fee and a $20 booking and administrative fee. A judgment of contribution in the amount of $5,000 was entered and due immediately.

John White III, 19, methamphetamine, DUI and possession of a controlled substance. White was ordered to pay a $5,000 fine, $150 court costs, $125 Drug crime special assessment fee, $250 DNA samle fee and a $20 booking and administrative fee.

Dale E. Morris, 60, was found guilty and sentenced to 48 months in the Department of Corrections Oct. 5 by Circuit Court Judge Harold Erwin for two counts of DWI 4. Morris was given jail credit for 201 days. He was also ordered to pay a $1,750 fine, $300 court costs, $250 DNA fee and $20 booking and admininstrative fee. Morris is ordered to pay the fines in no less than $75 upon release from ADC.