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Public Record from 4-3, 2019

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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 additional information on this column or questions, call 236-5178, ext. 213.

Circuit Court

These sentences were recorded in October in the office of Susan M. Herrington, clerk of the Grayson County Circuit Court, Independence. Sentences may be appealed:

Gannon David Carroll, guilty of possession with intent to distribute marijuana, less than .5 ounce; sentenced to 12 months in jail, suspended; be on good behavior 12 months; submit to substance abuse screening; supervised probation for 6 months; operator’s license suspended 6 months; destruction of contraband held in investigation; pay costs; given credit for time served.

Ricky Dale Finley, guilty of possession with intent to distribute schedule II drug and possession of a schedule II drug; sentenced to 11 years in jail, 10 years are suspended; be on good behavior 11 years; submit to substance abuse screening; waive Fourth Amendment right; supervised probation for 3 years; perform 40 hours of community service each week if not employed; pay costs; operator’s license suspended 12 months; submit DNA sample; destruction of contraband held in investigation; forfeit $707, drugs and $1 with residue from controlled drug and other property seized as evidence in this case; prohibited from possessing firearms; given credit for time served.

Timothy Jackson French, guilty of conspiracy to deliver drugs to a prisoner; sentenced to 3 years in jail, suspended; be on good behavior 3 years; submit to substance abuse screening; waive Fourth Amendment right; supervised probation for 3 years; pay $845 costs; community service in lieu of fines an costs; operator’s license suspended 6 months in each drug related case; submit DNA sample; have no contact with any inmate in the Virginia Department of Corrections; destruction of contraband held in investigation; prohibited from possessing firearms; given credit for time served.

Adam Lee Haga, guilty of 5 counts of aggravated sexual battery, two counts of sodomy and one count of child endangerment; sentenced to 41 years in jail, 21 are suspended; be on good behavior for life; submit to substance abuse screening; waive Fourth Amendment right; register as a sex offender; supervised probation for 20 years; have no contact with Kayla Leigh Adams or Chelsea Adams; pay costs; submit DNA sample; prohibited from possessing firearms; given credit for time served.

Jason Dennis Kegley, guilty of aggravated sexual battery; sentenced to 2 years in jail and $100 fine; GPS tracking for 1 year; register as a sex offender; have no contact with the victim; pay costs; submit DNA sample; prohibited from possessing firearms; given credit for time served.

Larry Dwayne Lineberry, guilty of possession of a schedule II drug and possession with intent to distribute more than .5 ounce to less than 5 pounds; sentenced to 10 years in jail, suspended; be on good behavior 10 years; submit to substance abuse screening; waive Fourth Amendment right; supervised probation for 3 years; pay costs and fines; operator’s license suspended 12 months; submit DNA sample; destruction of contraband held in investigation; prohibited from possessing firearms; given credit for time served.

Timothy Ellis Lundy Jr., guilty of two counts of statutory burglary of a dwelling, petit larceny and damage to property of less than $1,000; sentenced to 10 years and 24 months in jail, 10 years and 12 months suspended; be on good behavior 12 years; submit substance abuse screening; waive Fourth Amendment right; supervised probation for 3 years; pay $2,782 costs; community service in lieu of fines and costs; pay restitution; submit DNA sample; prohibited from possessing firearms; given credit for time served.

Tanisha Ann Lineberry, guilty of involuntary manslaughter; sentenced to 7 years in jail, suspended; be on good behavior 7 years; waive Fourth Amendment right; supervised probation for 3 years; pay $898 costs; community service in lieu of fines and costs; submit DNA sample; cooperation with the Department of Social Services; prohibited from possessing firearms; given credit for time served.

Jennifer Susan Rollins, guilty of two counts of forgery, two counts of uttering a forged document and obtaining money by fraud; sentenced to 12 years and 30 days in jail, 12 years are suspended; be on good behavior 12 years; submit to substance abuse screening; waive Fourth Amendment right; supervised probation for 3 years; pay costs of $3,884.35; community service in lieu of fines and costs; pay restitution of $500 to Carter Bank and Trust; have no contact with complaining witness; submit DNA sample; prohibited from possessing firearms; given credit for time served.

Jamie Timothy Sexton, guilty of possession of a firearm by a felon and possession of ammunition by a felon; be on good behavior 5 years; submit to substance abuse screening; waive Fourth Amendment right; supervised probation for 3 years; pay $1,743.79 costs; community service in lieu of fines and costs; submit DNA sample; prohibited from possessing firearms; forfeiture of weapon; given credit for time served.

Emily Dawn Rutherford, guilty of possession of a schedule II drug; sentenced to 3 years in jail, suspended; be on good behavior 3 years; submit to substance abuse screening; waive Fourth Amendment right; supervised probation for 2 years; pay $995 costs; community service in lieu of fines and costs; operator’s license suspended 6 months; submit DNA sample; destruction of contraband held in investigation; prohibited from possessing firearms; given credit for time served.

Timothy Charles Williams, guilty of possession of a firearm by a felon within 10 years, possession of stolen property and possession of ammo by a felon; sentenced to 10 years in jail, 8 are suspended; be on good behavior 10 years; submit to substance abuse screening; waive Fourth Amendment right; supervised probation for 3 years; pay costs of $2,853; community service in lieu of fines and costs; submit DNA sample; prohibited from possession of firearms; given credit for time served.

Jason Dennis Kegley, guilty of aggravated sexual battery; sentenced to 2 years in jail and $100 fine, suspended; GPS tracking for 1 year; sexual offender registration required; have no contact with victim; pay costs; submit DNA sample; prohibited from possessing firearms; given credit for time served.

District Court

These sentences were recorded in November in the Carroll County District Court, Hillsville. Sentences may be appealed:

Christopher Dale Goad of Dugspur, guilty of obstruct/resist without force; pay $100 fine and $206 costs.

Chad Gregory Surratt of Galax, guilty of public swearing/intoxication; pay $25 fine and $121 costs.

Aaron Michael Edwards of Williamston, N.C., guilty of possession of marijuana; operator’s license restricted 6 months; pay $100 fine and $161 costs.

John Gary Bradley of Hillsville, guilty of possession of marijuana; operator’s license suspended 6 months; pay $100 fine and $161 costs.

Gregory Oniel Chambers Jr., of Columbus, Ohio, guilty of possession of marijuana; operator’s license suspended 6 months; pay $100 fine and $196 costs.

Chavis Lamar Cliette of Charlotte, N.C., guilty of possession of marijuana; operator’s license suspended 6 months; pay $100 fine and $196 costs.

Israel Dean Newsome of Laurel Bloomery, Tenn., guilty of public swearing/intoxication; pay $25 fine and $121 costs.

Daniel Clifford Alexander of Hillsville, guilty of DWI, first offense; sentenced to 12 months in jail, suspended; supervised probation for 12 months; operator’s license suspended 12 months; pay $250 fine and $306 costs; attend VASAP.

Hope Hahne of Concord, N.C., guilty of DWI, first offense; operator’s license suspended 12 months; pay $250 fine and $306 costs; attend VASAP.

Patreese Lynnette Lawson of Fayette, W.Va., guilty of public swearing/intoxication; pay $25 fine and $121 costs.

Brennan Trevor Phillips of Hillsville, guilty of public swearing/intoxication; pay $25 fine and $121 costs.

Jeffrey Ray Walls of Hillsville, guilty of public swearing/intoxication; pay $25 fine and $121 costs.

Justin Ryan Pack of New Marshfield, Ohio, guilty of possession of marijuana; pay $100 fine and $196 costs; operator’s license suspended 6 months.

Timothy Lee Russell of Galax, guilty of DWI, first offense; sentenced to 12 months in jail, suspended; operator’s license suspended 12 months; pay $250 fine and $306 costs.

Timothy Lee Russell of Galax, guilty of refuse breath test, subsequent within 10 years; operator’s license suspended 36 months; pay $145 costs.

Misty Michelle Dalton of Hillsville, guilty of public swearing/intoxication; pay $25 fine and $86 costs.

Eric John McKenzie of Mount Airy, N.C., guilty of possession of marijuana; operator’s license suspended 6 months; pay $100 fine and $161 costs.

Heidi Tisi Reitano of Galax, guilty of obstruct/resist with threat or force; sentenced to 30 days in jail, suspended; pay $100 fine and $206 costs.

Melissa Carol Sawyers of Austinville, guilty of shoplifting, alter price of less than $500 (second offense); sentenced to 180 days in jail, suspended; pay $311 costs.

Brandon Michael King of Hillsville, guilty of embezzlement of less than $500 (second offense); sentenced to 180 days in jail, 170 are suspended; pay $231 costs.

Lori Merry Clark of Cana, guilty of public swearing/intoxication; pay $25 fine and $121 costs.

Robert Lee Marshall of Meadows of Dan, guilty of public swearing/intoxication; pay $25 fine and $121 costs.

Wesley Russell Smoot of Columbus, Ohio, guilty of DWI, first offense; sentenced to 12 months in jail, suspended; unsupervised probation for 12 months; operator’s license suspended 12 months; pay $250 fine and $306 costs; attend VASAP.

Cecelia Dawn Worrell of Hillsville, guilty of giving false report/summon to law enforcement; sentenced to 365 days in jail, 360 are suspended; pay $100 fine and $231 costs.

Trey Jeffery Sutherland of Elk Creek, guilty of obstruct/resist without force; sentenced to 10 days in jail; pay $100 fine and $231 costs.

Melissa Michael Wisser of Fancy Gap, guilty of shoplifting/alter merchandise of less than $500; sentenced to 12 months in jail, suspended; pay $100 fine and $531 costs.