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Public record for 7/20/11 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.

Circuit Court

These sentences were recorded Nov. 20-Dec. 27 in the office of Susan M. Herrington, clerk of the Grayson County Circuit Court, Independence. Sentences may be appealed:
Dawn Marie Cooke, 28, guilty of possession of a schedule II controlled drug and shoplifting (third offense); sentenced to 10 years in jail, 9 years and 360 days are suspended; be on good behavior 10 years; submit to substance abuse screening; waive Fourth Amendment right; supervised probation for five years; pay $2,095 costs; operator’s license suspended six months; submit DNA sample; destruction of contraband held in investigation; prohibited from possessing a firearm; not to return to Old Town Market; given credit for time served.
Robert Covington Jr., 47, guilty of forgery and receiving stolen property of less than $200; sentenced to six years in jail, four years and six months are suspended; be on good behavior for six years; submit to substance abuse screening; waive Fourth Amendment right; supervised probation for five years; pay $1,449 costs; pay $1,900 restitution; submit DNA sample; prohibited from possessing a firearm; have no contact with Marla Phillips or any Wachovia/Wells Fargo Branch; given credit for time served.
Joseph Andrew Ward, 32, guilty of unlawful wounding; sentenced to three years and six months in jail, two years and four months suspended; be on good behavior three years and six months; submit to substance abuse screening; waive Fourth Amendment right; supervised probation for two years; pay costs of $865; submit DNA sample; prohibited from possessing a firearm; given credit for time served.
Ryan Lee Diehl, 23, guilty of distribution of an imitation controlled substance and two counts of possession of a schedule II controlled substance; sentenced to nine years in jail, eight years and nine months are suspended; be on good behavior nine years; submit to substance abuse screening; waive Fourth Amendment right; supervised probation for four years; pay $3,045 costs; pay $200 restitution; operator’s license suspended six months; submit DNA sample; destruction of contraband held in investigation; prohibited from possessing a firearm; have no contact with Daniel Kirby; given credit for time served.
Shawn Hamilton Toth, 28, guilty of conspiring to distribute schedule III drug and delivering a controlled substance to a prisoner; sentenced to 11 years in jail, 10 are suspended; be on good behavior 10 years; submit to substance abuse screening; waive Fourth Amendment right; supervised probation for four years; pay $1,855 costs; operator’s license suspended six months; submit DNA sample; destruction of contraband held in investigation; prohibited fro possessing a firearm; given credit for time served.
James Bradley Bowers, 31, guilty of credit card theft, petit larceny (third offense) and grand larceny; sentenced to six years in jail, four years and eight months are suspended; be on good behavior six years; submit to substance abuse screening; waive Fourth Amendment right; supervised probation for five years; pay $2,545 costs; pay $300 restitution; submit DNA sample; prohibited from possessing a firearm; have no contact with Amanda and Grace Spencer or any Wachovia/Wells Fargo Branch or ATM; given credit for time served.

Circuit Court

These sentences were recorded in January and February in the office of Susan M. Herrington, clerk of the Grayson County Circuit Court, Independence. Sentences may be appealed:
James Vance Shackelford Jr., 43, 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 Amendment right; supervised probation for three years; pay $1,805 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.
Sandra Blackburn Carranza, 37, guilty of dumping trash on private property; pay $250 fine, $200 is suspended; pay costs.
Arley Jason Simpkins, 25, guilty of distribution of marijuana and conspiracy to distribute marijuana; sentenced to six years in jail, five years and 345 dayss are suspended; be on good behavior for six years; submit to substance abuse screening; waive Fourth Amendment right; supervised probation for three years; pay $2,005 costs; pay $125 restitution; operator’s license suspended one year; submit DNA sample; destruction of contraband held in investigation; prohibited from possessing a firearm; given credit for time served.
Joseph Frank Capozolli, guilty of possession of marijuana; sentenced to pay $100 fine; operator’s license suspended six months; pay $1,701.50 costs; given credit for time served.
Laura Campbell, guilty of possession of marijuana; sentenced to pay $100 fine; operator’s license suspended six months; pay $1,671.50 costs; given credit for time served.
Quiller Lewis Dixon, 32, guilty of statutory burglary and grand larceny; 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 five years; pay $1,920 costs; pay $200 restitution to Gardner’s Pawn Shop; never return to Gardner’s Pawn Shop in Hillsville or Galax and have no contact with Maria Gravely; submit DNA sample; prohibited from possessing a firearm; given credit for time served.
Michael Junior Perry, 53, guilty of petit larceny; sentenced to one year in jail, suspended; be on good behavior for one year; waive Fourth Amendment right; pay $247 costs; pay $6,000 restitution; never return to the property of Greg Key; given credit for time served.
Thomas Ray Archer, 58, guilty of abuse or child neglect; sentenced to three years in jail, suspended; be on good behavior three years; submit to substance abuse screening; waive Fourth Amendment right; supervised probation for two years; pay $865 costs; have no contact with minors other than his children; submit DNA sample; prohibited from possessing a firearm; given credit for time served.
Tracy Allen Brown, guilty of possession of a schedule II drug; sentenced to three years in jail, suspended; be on good behavior three years; submit to substance abuse screening; waive Fourth Amendment right; supervised probation for two years; pay $570 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.
Lewis Franklin Fender III, 21, guilty of accessory after the fact to a felony; sentenced to 12 months in jail and a fine of $1,000, 12 months and $800 suspended; be on good behavior 12 months; submit to substance abuse screening; waive Fourth Amendment right; supervised probation for six months; pay $892 costs; never return to Laundarama or West Galax Carwash during probation; given credit for time served.
Misty Michelle Dixon, 30, guilty of statutory burglary and grand larceny; 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 five years; pay $1,920 costs; pay $200 restitution to Gardner’s Pawn Shop; submit DNA sample; prohibited from possessing a firearm; given credit for time served.
Donald Ray Sawyers, 28, guilty of distribution of a schedule II drug, conspiracy to distribute a schedule II drug and obtaining money by fraud; sentenced to 10 years and 12 months and a fine of $200, 9 years and 9 months suspended; be on good behavior 11 years; submit to substance abuse screening; waive Fourth Amendment right; supervised probation for four years; pay $1,215 costs; pay $350 restitution; never return to Mountain View Park or Andy Department of Conservation Public Boat Landing; operator’s license suspended one year; submit DNA sample; destruction of contraband held in investigation; prohibited from possessing a firearm; given credit for time served.
Stacie Lea McCraw, 40, guilty of three counts of grand larceny; sentenced to 12 years in jail, suspended; be on good behavior 12 years; submit to substance abuse screening; waive Fourth Amendment right; supervised probation for five years; pay costs of $1,185; pay restitution of $30,000 to Carolyn Johnson Rudolph; have no contact with Carolyn Johnson Rudolph or Tony Rudolph; submit DNA sample; prohibited from possessing a firearm; given credit for time served.
Victoria Faith White, 21, guilty of possession of a schedule II drug; sentenced to five years in jail, suspended; be on good behavior for five years; submit to substance abuse screening; supervised probation for two years; pay $60 costs; operator’s license suspended six months; given credit for time served.

District Court

These sentences were recorded in April in the Grayson County General District Court, Independence. Sentences may be appealed:
Elliott Cole Mallory of Galax, guilty of reckless driving; pay $500 fine and $81 costs.
Wallace Allen Taylor Jr. of Elk Creek, guilty of misdemeanor assault; sentenced to six months in jail, suspended; pay $211 costs.
Rhonda Ousley of Galax, guilty of trespassing after forbidden; pay $211 costs.
Jackie Junior Hamm of Independence, guilty of hunt/trap/fish without a license; pay $60 fine and $27 costs.
Jackie Junior Hamm of Independence, guilty of unlawful hunting of wild animal; pay $100 fine and $10 costs.
Jackie Junior Hamm of Independence, guilty of taking wildlife during closed season; sentenced to 30 days in jail, suspended; pay $500 fine and $520 costs.
Jackie Junior Hamm of Independence, guilty of having no big game stamp; pay $60 fine and $27 costs.
Jackie Junior Hamm of Independence, guilty of possession of marijuana; sentenced to 30 days in jail, 28 are suspended; pay $100 fine and $45 costs; operator’s license suspended six months.
Kari Sasha Bare of Galax, guilty of purchase/possession of alcohol; pay $81 costs.
Vernon Brubaker of Spring Hope, N.C., guilty of public swearing/intoxication; pay $25 fine and $81 costs.

District Court

These sentences were recorded in April in the Carroll County General District Court Office, Hillsville. Sentences may be appealed:
Jacki Lea Joyce of Scott Depot, W.Va., guilty of possession of marijuana; pay $191 costs; operator’s license suspended six months.
Francisco Welby Quintana of Hillsville, guilty of DWI, first offense; sentenced to 30 days in jail, suspended; operator’s license restricted for one year; pay $500 fine and $311 costs; attend VASAP.
William F. Kirchner III of Lexington, guilty of DWI, first offense; sentenced to 30 days in jail, suspended; operator’s license restricted one year; pay $250 fine and $191 costs; attend VASAP.
Rusty Dale Farris of Cana, guilty of public swearing/intoxication; pay $25 fine and $81 costs.
Jeffery Wayne Tate of Cana, guilty of sell/possess to sell drug paraphernalia; pay $50 fine and $20 costs.
Robert Shane Edwards of Fancy Gap, guilty of DWI, first offense; sentenced to 30 days in jail, suspended; operator’s license restricted for one year; pay $250 fine and $191 costs; attend VASAP.
Donald Drew Wood II of Cleveland, N.C., guilty of DWI, first offense; sentenced to 30 days in jail, suspended; operator’s license restricted for one year; pay $250 fine and $341 costs; attend VASAP.
Virginia Lynn Parsons of Goldsboro, N.C., guilty of public swearing/intoxication; pay $25 fine and $116 costs.
Joshua Neil Brady of Hillsville, guilty of possession of marijuana; pay $100 fine and $156 costs; operator’s license suspended six months.
Ricky Mitchell Sheets of Mount Airy, N.C., guilty of DWI, first offense; sentenced to 30 days in jail, suspended; operator’s license suspended one year; pay $250 fine and $311 costs.
Vernon Luis Ragnone II, homeless, guilty of petit larceny of less than $5 from a person; sentenced to one year in jail, suspended; pay $526 costs; unsupervised probation for six months.
Richard Allen Hines of Galax, guilty of trespassing; sentenced to six months in jail; pay $526 costs.
Billy Jay Chappell of Claudville, guilty of petit larceny of vehicle/parts; sentenced to one year in jail, suspended; pay $81 costs; supervised probation for six months.
Brian Lee Boles of Rural Retreat, guilty of possession of marijuana; sentenced to 30 days in jail, suspended; operator’s license suspended six months; pay $100 fine and $105 costs.
Ruth Jane Lineberry of Galax, guilty of DWI, first offense; sentenced to 30 days in jail, suspended; operator’s license restricted one year; pay $250 fine and $191 costs; attend VASAP.
Ralph Earnest Hall of Cana, guilty of public swearing/intoxication; pay $30 fine and $116 costs.
Ami M. Farris of Hillsville, guilty of three counts of bad check larceny of less than $200; pay $20 costs on two counts and $81 costs on one.
Kenneth Nelson Beasley of Woodlawn, guilty of bad check larceny of less than $200; pay $81 costs.
Douglas B. Wright of Hillsville, guilty of two counts of bad check larceny of less than $200; pay $81 costs.
Jason Wayne Sayers of Galax, guilty of bad check larceny of less than $200; pay $81 costs.
Cynthia A. Brevard of Hillsville, guilty of bad check larceny of less than $200; pay $81 costs.
Carrie L. Turner of Indian Valley, guilty of bad check larceny of less than $200; pay $91 costs.
Nicole M. Fink of Shawsville, guilty of three counts of bad check larceny of less than $200; pay $81 costs on one count and $20 on each other count.
Kevin Gravely of Galax, guilty of failure to return rental property of less than $200; pay $81 costs.
Christine Marie Klein of Cloverdale, guilty of issuing bad checks of less than $200; pay $81 costs.
Terry Randall Bond of Hillsville, guilty of misdemeanor assault; sentenced to one year in jail; pay $201 costs; unsupervised probation for six months.

District Court

These sentences were recorded in April in the Galax General District Court Office, Galax. Sentences may be appealed:
Jason Lee Hill of Galax, guilty of pubic swearing/intoxication; pay $50 fine and $91 costs.
Francisco Flores of Galax, guilty of public swearing/intoxication; pay $25 fine and $116 costs.
Harley David Phillips of Hillsville, guilty of public swearing/intoxication; pay $25 fine and $116 costs.
April Marie Jasso of Glade Valley, 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.
Daniel Allen Cooper Jr. of Wytheville, guilty of conceal/price alter merchandise of less than $200; sentenced to 30 days in jail, 28 are suspended; pay $250 fine and $216 costs; unsupervised probation for one year.
Daniel Allen Cooper Jr. of Wytheville, guilty of identity theft: obtaining ID, avoid arrest; sentenced to 90 days in jail, 80 are suspended; pay $100 fine and $155 costs; unsupervised probation for one year.
Clevern B. Holland Jr. of Galax, guilty of possession of marijuana; pay $100 fine and $156 costs; operator’s license suspended six months.
Clevern B. Holland Jr. of Galax, guilty of trespassing; sentenced to 60 days in jail, suspended; pay $100 fine and $150 costs; unsupervised probation for one year.
Donny Lee Moore of Galax, guilty of public swearing/intoxication; pay $25 fine and $81 costs.
David Allen Spurlin Jr. of Mount Union, Pa., guilty of conceal/price alter merchandise of less than $200; sentenced to 30 days in jail, 28 are suspended; pay $100 fine and $208.50 costs; unsupervised probation for one year.
Christopher Barry Lowe of Liverpool, N.Y., guilty of possession of marijuana; pay $100 fine and 156 costs; operator’s license suspended six months.
Autreyhue Dane Davis of Galax, guilty of possession/distribution of controlled drug paraphernalia; pay $100 fine and $81 costs.
Steven Deante Adams of Galax, guilty of possession of marijuana; pay $100 fine and $166 costs; operator’s license suspended six months.
William Travis Crouse of Galax, guilty of carrying a concealed weapon; pay $250 fine and $91 costs.
Bertha Mae Stinson of Galax, guilty of two counts of conceal/price alter merchandise of less than $200; sentenced to 90 days in jail, 80 are suspended; pay $201 costs and $211 costs; pay $250 fine; unsupervised probation for one year.
Caleb Josiah Jones of Vienna, W.Va., guilty of public swearing/intoxication; pay $25 fine and $116 costs.
Melvin Eugene Cline of Galax, guilty of public swearing/intoxication; pay $25 fine and $116 costs.