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Public Record from 5-1-2019

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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.

Land Transfers

These land transfers were recorded in December of 2018, in the office of Gerald Goad, clerk of the Carroll County Circuit Court, Hillsville. Sentences may be appealed:

Opal D. Ratcliffe to Travis S. Kinzer. .236 acre in the City of Galax. $38,160.

Kelsey Williams to Charles D. Ledford and Shavonne J. Ledford. Two tracts in the Pipers Gap District. $145,750.

Betty Lee Lyons to Betty Dianne Luckey. 1.24 acres in the Fancy Gap District. Gift.

Christine S. Lyons to Betty Dianne Luckey. Two tracts in the Fancy Gap District. Gift.

Ethel M. Pratt and Warren Luther Pratt to Warren Luther Pratt and Ethel M. Pratt. A tract in the Pine Creek District. Gift.

Robert Glenn Martin to Alanna Gail Underwood. A tract in the Laurel Fork District. Gift.

Silas I. McCraw and Barbara L. McCraw to Kimberly Ann McCaw. .770 acre in the Fancy Gap District. Gift.

Silas I. McCraw and Barbara L. McCraw to Gregory Eldridge McCraw. 7.7 acres in the Fancy Gap District. Gift.

Mary Jane McMillan to Earl Scott McMillan. .66 acre in the Fancy Gap District. Gift.

Charles E.. Ruttkay to Scott Allen Morris. A lot in the Pipers Gap District. $99,000.

Arnie A. Nester and Lorene P. Nester to Durant S. Nester. 43.875 acres in the Sulphur Springs District. $40,000.

Naomi Elaine Osborne to Douglas Ray Watson and Sandra Bise Watson. A tract in the Laurel Fork District. $100,000.

James Orange and Shirley Jean Orange to James Wayne Orange and Patricia Orange Welch. Three tracts in the Laurel Fork District. Gift.

Lisa Lynn Rigney and others to Billy Brian Pack and Angel Dawn Farris Pack. A tract in the Fancy Gap District. $13,000.

Alanna Gail Underwood to Parkway Real Estate Investors LLC. .62 acre in the Laurel Fork District. $9,000.

Janet L. Patterson to Mark John van Leeuwarden. Two tracts in the Pipers Gap District. $55,000.

Virginia Sue Phillips to Richard Lee Tate. A tract in the Sulphur Springs District. Gift.

Jordan J. Yoder and Leslie Jo Yoder to Robert Carlton Phillips. Two tracts in the Pine Creek District. $180,000.

Ralph W. Roberts Jr., and Teresa W. Roberts to Michael Paul Roberts. 2.43 acres in the Sulphur Springs District. Gift.

Michael Olen Robinson and Wanda Sue Robinson to Tony R. Wilmouth and Ashley R. Wilmouth. .7842 acre in the Sulphur Springs District. $65,000.

Mary L. Schwalenberg to Joseph G. Tripp III and Pamela A. Tripp. 1.275 acres in the Pipers Gap District. $149,000.

Marcia W. Seehorn to John B. Seehorn III and Michaele S. Seehorn. .469 acre in the Pipers Gap District. Gift.

Marcia W. Seehorn to John B. Seehorn III and Michaele S. Seehorn. .606 acre in the Pipers Gap District. Gift.

Marcia W. Seehorn to John B. Seehorn III and Michaele S. Seehorn. 2.732 acres in the Pipers Gap District. Gift.

Johnny Kim Shropshire to Johnny Kim Shropshire and Rhonda Lynn Shropshire. 16.242 acres in the Laurel Fork District. Gift.

Paul F. Snow and Anita R. Snow to Tina M. Westmoreland and Phillip R. Westmoreland. 4.9850 acres in the Fancy Gap District. $132,000.

Gary M. Walls and Janie F. Walls to Jansen Michael Walls and Jennifer Kay Spencer. One acre in the Sulphur Springs District. Gift.

James A. Williams Jr., and Karen L. Williams to Ted Westmoreland and Eddy Westmoreland. 1.016 acres in the Sulphur Springs District. $256,000.

Marriages

These marriage licenses were recorded in December of 2018, in the office of Gerald Goad, clerk of the Carroll County Circuit Court, Hillsville:

Nelson Stuart Giles, 55, and Wanda Elaine Talor, 57, both of Greer, S.C.

Kendall Rae Wilson, 34, of Galax, and Timothy Barry Brannock, 36, of Ennice, N.C.

Victoria Ann Fadden, 27, and Walter Brian Allen, 27, both of Fancy Gap.

Sarah Rena Edwards, 21, and James Wallace Moux-Rodriguez, 23, both of Galax.

Ethan Lane Feury, 27, of Laurel Fork, and Megan Amber Gallimore, 19, of Hillsville.

Steven Tyler Blevins, 28, of Max Meadows, and Heather Renee O’Neal, 27, of Austinville.

Nakea Rashaun Hill, 32, of Fairmont, N.C., and Shelisha Lynette Murphy, 34, of Fayetteville, N.C.

Christopher Adam Baumgardner, 32, of Fancy Gap, and Kelly Elizabeth Bradbery, 24, of Hillsville.

Chelsea Lauren Stark, 24, of Winston-Salem, N.C., and Ivis Rose Young, 28, of Hillsville.

Sean David Burnette, 34, and Crystal Michele Johnson, 35, both of Galax.

Kayla Dee Bullion, 26, of Galax, and Brenton Adam Iroler, 32, of Hillsville.

Divorces

These divorces were recorded in December of 2018, in the office of Gerald Goad, clerk of the Carroll County Circuit Court, Hillsville:

Jackie Lewis Dunevant vs. Teresa Beauregard Dunvevant.

Cassandra Lynne Huffman Hines vs. Christopher Roger Hines.

Kristie Renee Lane vs. Robbie Blair Lane.

Toni Lee Beamer vs. Andrew Curtis Beamer.

Mindy Gayle Thomas Holt vs. Jamie Ray Holt.

Diogenes Antonio Rodriguez-Mendoza vs. Leticia Rodriguez.

Edward Lee Walls vs. Kristen Fender Walls.

Kenneth Wayne Wilson vs. Chelsea Marie Boone.

Circuit Court

These sentences were recorded in December of 2018, in the office of Gerald Goad, clerk of the Carroll County Circuit Court, Hillsville. Sentences may be appealed:

Matthew Allen Barber, 50, guilty of possession of a firearm after being convicted of a violent felony, destruction of property, hit and run, eluding and DWI (first offense); sentenced to 20 years and 12 months in jail, 15 years and 12 months suspended; supervised probation for 3 years; pay $50 to victim trauma fund; pay $1,000 fine, $500 is suspended; pay costs; given credit for time served; submit DNA sample.

Jason Paul Branch, 38, guilty of distribution of a schedule II drug, attempt to utter, uttering, attempt to conceal evidence, possession of schedule II drug with intent to distribute 10 grams or more of meth, possession of schedule II drug, possession of schedule IV drug with intent to distribution and possession with intent to distribute marijuana; sentenced to 55 years in jail, 45 are suspended; operator’s license suspended 30 months; supervised probation for 10 years; pay restitution; banned from Hillsville Family Mart and Cavalier Express; pay costs; given credit for time served; submit DNA sample.

William Bradley Earp, 27, guilty of two counts of possession of a schedule II drug; sentenced to 10 years in jail, 9 years, 10 months and 15 days are suspended; supervised probation for 3 years; pay costs; given credit for time served; operator’s license suspended 12 months.

Jonathan Lee Goines, 23, guilty of credit card forgery and credit card theft; sentenced to 5 years in jail, 4 years and 6 months are suspended; supervised probation for 3 years; have no contact with Victoria Buckner Smith; pay restitution; pay costs; given credit for time served; submit DNA sample.

David Allen Hunley, 34, guilty of shoplifting, third offense; sentenced to 5 years in jail, 4 years are suspended; supervised probation for 3 years; banned from ABC store; pay $10 restitution to ABC Store; pay costs; given credit for time served; submit DNA sample.

Canon Chase Isaacs, 23, guilty of possession of schedule I drug and possession of marijuana; operator’s license suspended 12 months; pay costs.

Logan Mackenzie Jones, 24, guilty of attempting to possess child pornography; sentenced to 3 years in jail, suspended; supervised probation for 2 years; pay costs; given credit for time served; submit DNA sample.

Lisa Regina Melita, 50, guilty of misdemeanor assault; sentenced to 30 days in jail, suspended; have no contact with Rebecca Marshall; be on good behavior 12 months.

David A. Rivera Jr., 22, guilty of two counts of uttering a public document; sentenced to 2 years in jail, suspended; supervised probation for 2 years; pay costs; given credit for time served; submitted DNA sample.

Randy Reaves Snow, 36, guilty of possession of a schedule II drug; sentenced to 5 years in jail, suspended; supervised probation for 3 years; pay costs; given credit for time served; submit DNA sample.

James David White, 61, guilty of possession with intent to distribute schedule II drug and possession of a schedule II drug with intent to distribute 10 grams or more of meth; sentenced to 20 years in jail, 15 are suspended; supervised probation for 5 years; operator’s license suspended 12 months; pay costs; given credit for time served; submit DNA sample.