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Plea agreements settle criminal cases

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The following criminal cases were resolved last week with the use of plea agreements:

•Adam McKenzie Hayes- aggravated assault, child neglect; split confinement of one year with a jail credit of time served from Dec. 25, 2009 to Dec. 25, 2010, 10 years supervised probation, court costs.

•Bobby Lee Heatherly- sexual battery, aggravated assault; split confinement of four months 17 days with a jail credit since May 10, six years probation, court costs.

•Tommy Sue Kitts Chapman- promotion meth manufacture, possession drug paraphernalia; five years TDOC, court costs, $1,500 fine.

•Mark A. Comer-initiation manufacture of meth, possession schedule II (Roxy) for resale; three years supervised probation, court costs, $4,000 fine.

•Fred Thomas Jones- aggravated burglary of habitation, vandalism under $500; three years supervised probation, court costs, $450 restitution to victim.

•Greg Edbert Smith- promote methamphetamine manufacture, theft under $500, prohibited weapons; three years TDOC, court costs, $75 to ECF.

•Larry M. Teague- promote methamphetamine manufacture, worthless checks up to $500, theft under $500, failure to appear; split confinement of 120 days since Aug. 1, court costs, $75 to ECF, $58.61 restitution to victim.

•Earl Jeffrey Jones- violation of HMVO bar, DUI (6th offense), DRL (6th); split confinement of 180 days with jail credit since Sept. 4, four years supervised probation, court costs, $3,000 fine.

•Nicholas Joel Valadez- aggravated burglary, theft over $1,000; four years supervised probation, court costs, $75 to ECF, $1,500 restitution to victim.

•Henry Jason Jones- theft over $500; two years supervised probation, court costs, $75 to ECF, $546 restitution to victim.

•Tonya Faye Kitts- DUI (1st); split confinement of two days with a jail credit of six hours, 11 months 29 days supervised probation, court costs, $350 fine.

•James Clifford Thomas- theft over $1,000; three years supervised probation, court costs, $75 to ECF, $1,945.79 restitution to victims.

•Tommy J. Walden- possession schedule II, possession schedule IV, possession schedule III, possession schedule VI; determination of alternative sentencing to be made at a hearing on Nov. 15, court costs, $6,500 to LaFollette Police Department Drug Fund.

•Anthony Craig Winnie- theft over $1,000, possession drug paraphernalia, evading arrest, simple possession schedule II; six years 99 days TDOC; court costs, $900 fine.

•David Lee Teague- theft over $500, three counts worthless check under $500, two counts felony FTA; five years 98 days TDOC, court costs, $960.11 restitution to victims.

•David Lee Teague- promotion manufacture methamphetamine, possession methamphetamine; four years TDOC, $750 fine, court costs.

•Joby Ray Byrge- aggravated burglary of habitation, theft over $1,000; four years probation, court costs, $75 to ECF, $4,525 restitution to victims.

•Todd Ryan Brown- evading arrest, forgery, two counts worthless checks up to $500; three years probation, court costs, $1,672 restitution to victim.

•Kimberly A. Lay- two counts sale schedule II; split confinement of time served with a jail credit of Aug. 26 – Sept. 27, three years supervised probation, $4,000 fine, $410 to drug enforcement reimbursement expenses to TBI.

•Michael Allen Schmidt- evading arrest, possession of prohibited weapon; one year probation, court costs.

•Larry G. Lay- false report; jail credit of Jan. 14, 2009- Jan. 27, 2009; Feb. 22, 2009- Sept. 27.

•Mark Richard Evans, Jr.- possession of marijuana with intent to sell, failure to appear; two years probation, court costs, $2,000 fine.

•Tammy Renee Colwell- three counts obtaining controlled substance by fraud, three counts criminal simulation; two years unsupervised probation, court costs, $1,500 fine, $225 to ECF.

•James E. Leach- simple possession drug paraphernalia; 11 months 29 days unsupervised probation, court costs, $150 fine, $500 to CCSD drug fund.

•Leonard Wayne Massengill- promote methamphetamine manufacture; determination of alternative sentencing to be made at a hearing on Sept. 27.