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Public record for 7/27/11 edition

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Editor’s Note: This information is taken from open court records and is a matter of public record.  
The listings are complete. The newspaper, as a matter of fairness, will not honor requests to omit any listing.  
For information on this column or questions, call 236-5178, ext. 213.

Land Transfers

These land transfers were recorded March 22-April 7 in the office of Carolyn H. Honeycutt, clerk of the Carroll County Circuit Court, Hillsville:
Dawn Primm Gravley to Gary M. Walls and Janie F. Walls. One acre in the Sulphur Springs District. $25,000.
Everett R. Lineberry and Betty J. Lineberry to David Ray Wright. 5.05 acres in the Pipers Gap District. $24,300.
Patsy Pritchard and Jessie W. Randleman to Brown Osborne and Jennifer B. Osborne. A lot in the Fancy Gap District. $1,000.
Terry W. Mayes to Terry W. Mayes and Andrea F. Mayes. 1.49 acres in the Fancy Gap District. Gift.
Angela R. Lawson to Angela R. Lawson and others. Two tracts in the Pipers Gap District. Gift.
Secretary of Housing and Urban Development to Ronald Keith Stephenson and Judy Hall Stephenson. .504 acres in the Pipers Gap District. $51,896.
Wilbur F. Bowers and Marie Lawing Bowers to James Stephen Bowers and Delia Bailey Bowers. Two acres in the Pipers Gap District. Gift.
Carol J. Jennings and Douglas H. Jennings, co-trustees of the Douglas H. Jennings Revocable Trust, to Lacy E. Bowman. .4548 acre in the Pine Creek District. $17,500.
Donald E. Kimble Sr. and Georgia D. Kimble to Richard W. Walker. 12.685 acres in the Laurel Fork District. $53,000.
Harold Fenstermaker to Clarence Lee Fenstermaker and James Harold Fenstermaker. Two parcels in the Laurel Fork District. Gift.
Harold Fenstermaker to Richard Wayne Fenstermaker. Two parcels in the Laurel Fork District. Gift.

District Court

These sentenced were recorded in March in the Galax General District Court Office, Galax. Sentences may be appealed:
Oliver Leon Delp of Galax, guilty of conceal/price alter merchandise of less than $200; sentenced to 30 days in jail, 28 are suspended; pay $100 fine and $211 costs; unsupervised probation for one year.
Dia Marie Dunford of Max Meadows, guilty of obstruction of justice without force; pay $100 fine and $211 costs; unsupervised probation for one year.
Stuart Brooks of Thurmond, N.C., guilty of conceal/price alter merchandise of less than $200; sentenced to 30 days in jail, 28 are suspended; pay $100 fine and $211 costs; unsupervised probation for one year.
Kevin Keith Hodges of Galax, guilty of possession of marijuana; pay $100 fine and $301 costs.

District Court

These sentences were recorded in March in the Grayson County General District Court Office, Independence. Sentences may be appealed:
Frank Jermaine Valentine of Independence, guilty of unlawfully killing a bear; pay $1,500 fine and $1,581 costs.
Robert Henry Taylor Jr. of Glade Springs, guilty of public swearing/intoxication; pay $75 fine and $81 costs.
Teresa L. Sayers of Galax, guilty of DWI, first offense; sentenced to one year in jail; operator’s license suspended one year; pay $350 fine and $311 costs.
Ivy Denise Brown of Independence, guilty of DWI, first offense; sentenced to one year in jail, suspended; operator’s license suspended one year; pay $250 fine and $191 costs.
Brandon Scott Testerman of Independence, guilty of DWI, first offense; sentenced to one year in jail, suspended; operator’s license suspended one year; pay $191 costs.
Ernest J. Harber of Findley, Ohio, guilty of public swearing/intoxication; pay $50 fine and $116 costs.
Albert Gladstone Bartl Watson of Elk Creek, guilty of unlawful hunting of wild animal; pay $81 costs.
Kenneth Sterling Beasley of Hillsville, guilty of hunt/trap/fish without a license; pay $75 fine and $133 costs.
Terry Jacob Wingler of Whitetop, guilty of possession of marijuana; pay $100 fine and $166 costs; operator’s license suspended six months.
Jerry Wayne Crowder of Atkins, guilty of interfering with rights of a property owner; pay $81 costs.
Darlene Crowder of Galax, guilty of interfering with a property owner; pay $81 costs.
Chadwick David Moser of Fries, guilty of DWI, first offense; sentenced to one year in jail, suspended; operator’s license suspended one year; pay $250 fine and $191 costs.
Chadwick David Moser of Fries, guilty of attempting to elude police; sentenced to six months in jail, suspended; operator’s license suspended 30 days; pay $300 fine and $10 costs.
Ryan Wesley Hall of Independence, guilty of abusive language to another; pay $81 costs.
Dillon Wesley Williams of Fries, guilty of obstruction of justice without force; pay $200 fine and $81 costs.
Rebecca Jean Harris of Fries, guilty of resisting arrest; pay $211 costs.
Jonathan Casey Fleischer of Laurel Fork, guilty of possession of marijuana; pay $100 fine and $156 costs; operator’s license suspended six months.
Deanna L. Watkins of Independence, guilty of bad check; pay $116 costs.
Land Transfers

These land transfers were recoded April 15-May 11 in the office of Susan M. Herrington, clerk of the Grayson County Circuit Court, Independence:
Donald R. Innes and Karen D. Innes to Ralph Crater. 1.041 acres in the Elk Creek District. $30,000.
Christina Rae Tate and Ronnie Tate to Christina Rae Tate. 1.755 acres in the Elk Creek District. Gift.
Ada Ruth Farmer to Mary Jane Hicks. .6807 acre in the Elk Creek District. $5,500.
William T. Montgomery and Violet H. Montgomery to Garmon W. Eden and Wanda H. Hulford. 1.11 acres in the Elk Creek District. $87,500.
Raymond W. Sage Jr. and Dawn D. Sage to Walter M. Edwards and Glenna L. Edwards. Two tracts in the City of Galax. $159,500.
David W. Isom and Alice M. Isom to Cynthia S. Grant. Two tracts in the Providence District. $61,500.
Lannis J. Harrell to James B. Snyder. 2.063 acres in the Providence District. $95,000.
Pauline M. Hall to Patty H. Smith and others. Two tracts in the Oldtown District. Gift.
Otis Donald Philen Jr., trustee of the Willow Brook Trust, to William L. Hylander and Linda A. Hylander and others. Three tracts in the Providence District. $700,000.
Ray S. Isaacs and Susan B. Isaacs to Johnny E. Sawyers. 1.070 acres in the Oldtown District. $16,000.
Jill Williams to Mitchell Linville. Two lots in the Providence District. $18,000.
Carolyn Sue Long to Heather Diane Long. .663 acre in the Wilson District. Gift.
Timothy J. Littreal and Stacy H. Littreal to Timothy J. Littreal. 8.395 acres in the Providence District. Gift.
Ruby F. Underwood to Timothy J. Littreal. 2.656 acres in the Providence District. $9,500.
Joe Bill Marshall and Mary Alice Marshall to Harold L. Williams or Nancy G. Williams, trustees of the William Living Trust. Two tracts in the Providence District. $300,000.
Joseph H. Pennington and Kathleen H. Pennington to Samuel J. Pennington and Melissa S. Pennington. Two tracts in the Wilson District. Gift.
Nancy K. Ray to Jill Williams. Several lots in the Providence District. $18,000.
Michael L. Ryon to Marion Diane Ryon. 60 acres in the Elk Creek District. Gift.
Judith Anne Quesinberry to Judith Anne Quesinberry and James W. Quesinberry. 3.58 acres in the Oldtown District. Gift.
Michael L. Ryon to Marion Diane Ryon. Two parcels in the Wilson and Elk Creek Districts. Gift.
Jared S. Vanacker and Kimberly A. Vanacker to Edith A. Whitaker. .291 acre in the City of Galax. $87,000.
Harold L. Williams and Nancy G. Williams to Harold L. Williams or Nancy G. Williams, trustees of the Williams Living Trust. Two tracts in the Providence District. Gift.

Marriages

These marriage licenses were recorded March 12-April 11 in the office of Susan M. Herrington, clerk of the Grayson County Circuit Court, Independence:
Shawn Curtis Winebarger, 40, and Deby Lyn Fickling, 35, both of Conover, N.C.
Franklin Rolando Espinoza Arias, 38, and Rosa Elena Mata, 47, both of Galax.
Darrell Junior Frazier, 56, and Rachel Oakley Fletcher, 36, both of Galax.
Rex Daniel Ellis, 39, and Loretta Dancy Smith, 41, both of Marion.
Ronald Harvey Patterson II, 29, and Teasha Lynn Erwin, 28, both of Independence.
Emilio Lopez Castillo, 42, and Carmen Lizeth Rodriguez Ramirez, 27, both of Independence.
Alan Brent Graham, 19, Elk Creek, and Kimberly Ann Parsons, 19, Independence.
William Franklin McMickle, 52, and Lori Shannon Lipps, 36, both of Independence.
William Robert Hash, 30, and Ashlyn Donielle Wilson, 21, both of Independence.

Divorces

These divorces were recorded March 19-May 6 in the office of Susan M. Herrington, clerk of the Grayson County Circuit Court, Independence:
Derek Ryan Absher vs. Tiffany Dawn Barrett Absher.
Brandi Shaine Cline vs. Cody Jay Cline III.
Pierce Andrew Collier vs. Melissa Annette Collier.
Twania Juanita Brooks Davis vs. Onie Kyle Davis.
Amy Paulette Liddle Cummings vs. Virgil Ray Cummings.
Regina Short hawks vs. Michael Leon Hawks.
James Michael Hodge vs. Deana Nicole Hodge.
Lisa Anne Williams Higgins vs. Ricky Dale Higgins.
Melanie Iroler Gravely vs. William Lee Gravely.
Terena Gail Marshall vs. Glenn Pierce Marshall.
Mary Diane Miller vs. Kenneth Ray Miller.
Robert Blair Lane vs. Nancy Louise Custer Lane.
James Allen Jennings vs. Becky Alene Mabe Jennings.
John McArthur Murphy II vs. Casey Lynn Carico Murphy.
Laurel Michelle Carroll Quigley vs. Shawn Eugene Quigley.
Jennifer Michelle Hill Stiltner vs. Chuck Allen Stiltner.
Harold Keith Smith vs. Crystal Dawn Nester Smith.
Tia Michelle Warf Shaffner vs. Billy Dustin Shaffner.
Gordon Elliott Saul Jr. vs. Karin Lisa Carlson Saul.

Circuit Court

These sentences were recorded March 19-May 6 in the office of Susan M. Herrington, clerk of the Grayson County Circuit Court, Independence. Sentences may be appealed:
Shane Allen Widner, 34, guilty of two counts of using an animate object for sexual penetration, eight counts of aggravated sexual battery, attempting to use an inanimate object for sexual penetration and three counts of indecent liberties; sentenced to 50 years in jail, 30 are suspended; be on good behavior for 50 years; submit to substance abuse screening; supervised probation for 50 years; pay Costs; pay $5,422.35 to Criminal injuries Compensation Fund and $1,400 to Melissa Stamper; given credit for time served.
Jeffrey Dean Payne, 52, guilty of assault and battery; sentenced to 12 months in jail, suspended; be on good behavior 12 months; supervised probation for six months; pay $812 costs; pay restitution; given credit for time served.
Randy Curtis Glass, 34, guilty of possession of a schedule II drug; sentenced to five years in jail, suspended; be on good behavior five years; submit to substance abuse screening; waive Fourth Amendmentright; supervised probation for three years; pay $1,163 costs; operator’s license suspended six months; submit DNA sample; destruction of contraband held in investigation; prohibited from possessing a firearm; given credit for time served.
James Wesley Wall, 28, guilty of two counts of statutory burglary, two counts of grand larceny, two counts of distribution of a schedule III drug, three counts of distribution of a schedule II drug, conspiracy to distribute a schedule II drug; sentenced to 100 years in jail, 95 and 10 months are suspended; be on good behavior 100 years; submit to substance abuse screening; waive Fourth Amendmentright; supervised probation for 10 years; pay costs and restitution; operator’s license suspended 36 months; submit DNA sample; destruction of contraband held in the investigation; prohibited from possessing a firearm; given credit for time served.
Darlene Louise Hudson, 42, guilty of possession of a schedule II drug and three counts of obtaining controlled drug by fraud; sentenced to 10 years in jail, 9 years and 364 days are suspended; be on good behavior 10 years; submit to substance abuse screening; waive Fourth Amendmentright; supervised probation for three years; pay $4,105 costs; operator’s license suspended six months; submit DNA sample; destruction of contraband held in the investigation; prohibited from possessing a firearm; given credit for time served.
Barry Jason Kirk, 28, guilty of possession of a weapon other than a firearm after having been convicted of a felony; sentenced to three years in jail, suspended; be on good behavior three years; submit to substance abuse screening; waive Fourth Amendmentright; supervised probation for three years; pay $420 costs; submit DNA sample; prohibited from possessing a firearm; given credit for time served.
Brandon Keith Martin, 29, guilty of statutory burglary, larceny of a firearm and violent felon in possession of a firearm; sentenced to 17 years in jail, 12 are suspended; be on good behavior 17 years; submit to substance abuse screening; waive Fourth Amendmentright; supervised probation for four years; pay costs, restitution and fines of $2,905; pay $400 to Susan Foster and Billy Oehler; submit DNA sample; prohibited from possessing a firearm; given credit for time served.
Jason Michael Gravley, 21, guilty of statutory burglary, grand larceny of a firearm and grand larceny; sentenced to nine years in jail, suspended; be on good behavior nine years; submit to substance abuse screening; waive Fourth Amendmentright; supervised probation for three years; pay $2,905 costs; pay $500 to Roxie Jones; submit DNA sample; prohibited from possessing a firearm; given credit for time served.
Cheyenne Paydon Bedsaul, 23, guilty of distribution of a schedule II drug, conspiracy to distribute a schedule II drug and possession with intent to distribute a schedule II drug; sentenced to nine years in jail, five years and three months are suspended; be on good behavior nine years; submit to substance abuse screening; waive Fourth Amendmentright; supervised probation for three years; pay $5,365 costs; pay $500 restitution to the Virginia State Police Drug Investigation Fund; operator’s license suspended six months; submit DNA sample; destruction of contraband held in the investigation; prohibited from possessing a firearm; given credit for time served.
Terry Taylor Davis, 54, guilty of four counts of obstruction of justice; sentenced to 48 months in jail and $2,000 fine, 48 months in jail are suspended; be on good behavior 48 months; waive Fourth Amendment right; supervised probation for six months; pay $2,768 costs; given credit for time served.