JEFFERSON-The following cases were heard during the Sept. 28 session of Ashe County District Court:
Jordan Avery received a suspended prison sentence. Instead, he will serve a probationary term and was ordered to attend a drug diversion program.
Chad Edward Campbell received 12 months of supervised probation in lieu of jail time for possession of meth. He was ordered to undergo a drug diversion program and pay court costs.
Terri Frances Dula saw her case for trafficking opium continued until Feb. 8.
Tatiana Hernandez received a prayer for judgment continued for shoplifting. She was also banned from Walmart during her PJC. She was also ordered to pay restitution in the amount of $24.27.
Lannie Lamar Hoppers was sentenced to 120 days in the state’s misdemeanor confinement program for driving while intoxicated. This sentence was suspended for 18 months of supervised probation. As long as she abides by the terms of probation, Hoppers will avoid prison.
Michael Roy McCoy, who was charged with possession with intent to manufacture/sell/deliver/meth, had his case continued until Nov. 9.
Crystal Dawn Medley received a suspended sentence of 120 days in jail for 18 months of unsupervised probation for a school attendance violation.
Dakota Lee Powers received a 45 days in jail, suspended for 12 months probation for simple possession of a Schedule II controlled substance.
The state dismissed a charge of first degree trespassing Joshua Allen Royal, who was given 28 days in the Ashe County Jail for misdemeanor possession of stolen goods.
William Chad Staley received two suspended jail sentences of 120 days and was instead given 18 months of supervised probation for misrepresentation to obtain ESC benefits. He was also ordered to pay $3,329 in restitution.
Jonathan Weaver was sentenced to 45 days in jail, suspended for 18 months of probation for misrepresentation to obtain ESC benefits. That sentence will run consecutive to an identical charge.
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