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The criminal element goes to court

The following cases were adjudicated in Lamar superior court on May 16 with Judge Bill Fears presiding: Marcus Banks, five counts first degree forgery: 10 years probation plus $1120 in fees and fines. Katrina Lamar, theft by taking and financial identity fraud: failed to appear, bench warrant issued. Martha Ann Raney, battery: failed to appear, bench warrant issued. Harris D. Cole, DUI and driving on the wrong side of the road: failed to appear, bench warrant issued. Tonya Elaine Detwiler, conspiracy to possess marijuana: six months probation, $500 fine plus surcharges. Cindy Rachel Pruitt, fourth degree forgery: dead docketed. Michael C. Elliott, possession of methamphetamine and amphetamines with intent to distribute: five years in prison, five years probation. Jessie N. Burke, interference with government property and reckless conduct: three years probation and $75 in fines and fees under first offender act. Juan Diego Araujo, trafficking in meth: bond denied, parole hold in place. Allison Michelle Rachels, theft by taking: seven years probation, $5050 in fines and fees. British J. Wyke, possession of controlled contraband by inmate: revoked two years probation. British J. Wyke, theft by receiving stolen property: revoked two years probation. Sarah Garrison, first degree forgery: credit for 60 days time served, returned to probation.

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