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Court: Thugs, thugettes abound

Accused computer sex offender Donald S. Waterman got a reprieve last week from his bond revocation. Waterman, charged with 19 counts of sexual exploitation of children, was allowed to remain free because he has not yet completed a court-ordered mental evaluation. One of the witnesses in the case asked for the delay. Immediately after his case was continued, Waterman, whose arm was wrapped in a bandage, and his family left the courthouse. He was charged after digital images of minors engaged in explicit activity were allegedly found on his computer, including one of his step-granddaughter that had been digitally altered and, according to court documents, 10 photos of minors engaged in oral sex, three of minors engaged in sexual intercourse, two of minors engaged in masturbation and two of minors engaged in other sexually explicit conduct. In other cases: William H. Reese, simple battery, not prosecuted; Shuron O. Dixon, guilty plea to misdemeanor obstruction of an officer, 12 months probation suspended on payment of $250 fine and surcharges; Thaddeus L. Bonds, guilty plea to reckless driving after having attended DUI school and a residential drug rehabilitation center, 12 months probation with six months credit for time served and $250 fine and surcharges; Elliott J. Ponder, guilty plea to theft by taking, two years; Jeremy M. Ennis, possession of prohibited articles inside guard lines and criminal interference with government property, bond on earlier burglary charge revoked; Deauntiquam A. Foster, DUI less safe, 29 days probation revoked and $204 fine. Marlin Miller, illegal reproduction of recording materials, time served (one year) and forfeiture of computers and DVD burners used to bootleg movies; Dillon Donley, guilty plea for stealing a wallet, time served; Deron Williamson, burglary and possession of tools for the commission of a crime, continued due to a possibility of more charges; Kevin Lee Partin, guilty plea to copper theft, 10 years with five to serve and the rest on probation under First Offender Act. Partin implicated his ex-wife in the scheme but she was not on the calendar. Christopher Jackson, theft by taking, 60 days time served; guilty plea to possession of cocaine, three years probation with credit for time served, suspended to allow him to return to his home in Tallahassee, Fla. Chevckio Wilson, First Offender Act guilty plea for theft, 10 years probation, including a stint on intensive probation, with credit for 11 months served. Bonds set: Karla L. Thompson, terroristic threats; Christopher Hicks, reckless conduct, second degree criminal damage to property; Christopher A. Bowen, reckless conduct and second degree criminal damage to property; Joshua L. Bowen, reckless conduct and second degree criminal damage to property; Tremaine J. Walker, reckless conduct and second degree criminal damage to property.

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