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Cases set for docket call in Marion County Circuit Court before Judge Harrell

Written by admin on April 4th, 2010

Judge Prentiss Harrell

The following criminal cases are scheduled for docket call in Marion County Circuit Court before the Honorable Prentiss Harrell on Monday at 9 a.m. During docket call, cases are reviewed to determine their status.

Charles Harper, sale of controlled substance; Bernell Turner, grand larceny; Roy Young, sexual battery; Huba Blandon, possession of a controlled substance; Jack Vince, burglary and possession of a firearm by felon; Steve Jackson Jr., uttering forgery, two counts; Steve Jackson Jr. false pretense; Dorain Harell, simple assault on a law enforcement officer; Donald Darrell Walk, felony DUI; Arthur Ball Jr., conspiracy to commit burglary and burglary of a church; Gary B. Watts Jr., aggravated domestic violence; Christopher Westberry, burglary; Wallace McCray, possession of a controlled substance; Carlos Averett, fleeing or eluding a law enforcement officer in a motor vehicle; Richard Varnado, possession of a controlled substance; Matthew Joel Wallace, credit card fraud; Justin Todd Turnage, burglary of a dwelling; Jack Bates, child molestation (four counts), sexual battery, statutory rape (seven counts); Lerue Owens, uttering forgery; Johnathan Verdin, robbery; William Erie mcLendon, possession of a controlled substance with intent to transfer or sell within 1500 of a church; Amanda Blansett, sale/transfer of controlled substance; Amanda Kay Blansett, child endangerment; Walton C. Delancey, sale/transfer of controlled substance; Mary Lou Terrell, sale or transfer of a controlled substance; Thomas Daniels, simple assault on a law enforcement officer; Burnett Flowers, possession of a controlled substance; Drew Lyn Haddox, DUI manslaughter and DUI mayhem; Jeffery Stovall, statutory rape; Jeffery Stovall, statutory rape; Greg King, simple assault; Jeffery Tavoris Dillon, uttering forgery (12 counts); Terez Lee, burglary; Johnny Glen Stringer, DUI, failure to yield to emergency vehicle; Cruz Untonio Terrell, possession of a controlled substance with intent to sell or distribute while in possession of a firearm, felonious fleeing from a law enforcement in a vehicle; Albert Lee Anderson Jr., armed robbery; Jessica Leigh Lambert, burglary of a dwelling; Joshua Joe Smith, manufacture of a controlled substance; Jewel Cowart Jr., possession of a controlled substance; Gregory Olensa Hampton, possession of a controlled substance; Tobias Daniel Walker, possession of a controlled substance; Anthony Ray Spencer, possession of a controlled substance; Gilbert Robert Johnson, sale or transfer of a controlled substance; Edward Carey Bingham, possession of a controlled substance; Shelby Swaenepoel, possession of a controlled substance with intent to transfer or sell while in poession of a firearm within 1500 feet of a church; Bridgette Cox, grand larceny, taking away a motor vehicle; Casey J. Jones, grand larceny; Casey J. Jones, burglary of a dwelling; Jessica Leigh Lambert, burglary of a dwelling; Joshua Coran Crain, felony malicious mischief, grand larceny; Natalie C. Compton, burglary of a dwelling; Morris Thompson, commercial burglary, conspiracy to commit commercial burglary, felony malicious mischief, possession of burglary tools, grand larceny; Jeffery Allan Harris, possession of a controlled substance; Joe Van Parkman, making fraudulent statements and representations (two counts) and embezzlement; David Powell, embezzlement (three counts); Kimberly Johnson Yates, sexual battery, child exploitation; David Levi Yates, sexual battery; Corey Sarver, conspiracy to commit armed robbery, accessory after the fact to murder; Burnett Flowers, conspiracy to commit armed robbery, conspiracy to commit murder, accessory after the fact to murder; Matthew Baskerville, conspiracy to commit armed robbery, accessory after the fact to murder; Steven Buckley, conspiracy to commit armed robbery, conspiracy to commit murder, murder; Charlie Derek Williamson, conspiracy to commit armed robbery, conspiracy to commit murder, accessory after the fact to murder; Douglas Hibley, conspiracy to commit armed robbery, accessory after the fact to murder; Marcus Foster, conspiracy to commit armed robbery.

 

8 Comments so far ↓

  1. tired says:

    ok i have a question admin i’m guessing this is public record. Just wondering how do you find out a court date for someone and would you be able to know who the judge will be on a future case?

    • admin says:

      Dear tired:

      Yes, this is a public record. If you want info on a specific case, just call the Marion County circuit clerk.

      Thanks,

      Josh

      • NOBODY says:

        HMMMM…WONDER IF ANYONE NOTICED THAT ONE OF THE “CURRENT” SUPERVISORS ARE BEING TRIED FOR DUI AND FAILURE TO YIELD TO EMERGENCY VEHICLE??? WONDER IF THE CHARGE WAS WHILE IN A COUNTY PURCHASED VEHICLE??? WONDER WHY THIS IS A “HUSH-HUSH” THAT WAS NEVER IN THE JAIL DOCKET OF THE “COLUMBIAN-PROGRESS”???

  2. TBRAT says:

    I’d like to know why there is nothing posted on the informer about the appeal for Bennie Joe Stevens? It was in the hattiesburg american last week & the weekend edition of the columbian progress

    • formerly known as concerned says:

      TBRAT–Just wondering why you want to read something that you apparently already read two other places. Can’t help but wondering if you just maybe have ulterior motives for your post?

      • TBRAT says:

        my alterior motives are that my cousin was one of the people SLAUGHTERED BY BENNIE JOE!!! I’d like to see the informer report on this matter because they do a better job in keeping people informed than the local paper!!! I didnt say that I had read either article I stated the sources!!!

        • formerly known as concerned says:

          Oh. thanks. I agree that this publication does a better job than both the HA and CP. Sorry. I thought you were trying to point a deficiency in the Informer.

  3. jaybo says:

    Who did they catch in the murder case in the lampton community.

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