Superior Court 2 – June 11

The following fines and sentences were imposed recently in Hancock County Superior Court 2:

April 22

Pater S. Gambrel pleaded guilty to operating a vehicle while intoxicated with priors felony; sentenced to 545 days in jail with 20 days executed and 525 days suspended; 525 days drug and alcohol probation; 180 days of home detention; victim impact panel; driver’s license suspended for 239 days. Fine and cost: $768.

April 23

Ezra Tompkins pleaded guilty to invasion of privacy; sentenced to 365 days in jail with two days executed and 363 days suspended; 363 days formal probation; 180 days home detention; no contact with victim; domestic violence and anger management counseling; sentence to run concurrent with other Hancock County court case. Fine and cost: $168.

Ezra Tompkins pleaded guilty to invasion of privacy; sentenced to 365 days in jail with 365 days suspended; 365 days formal probation; no contact with victim; sentence to run concurrent with other Hancock County court case. Fine and cost: $168.

Ezra Tompkins pleaded guilty to invasion of privacy; sentenced to 365 days in jail with two days executed and 363 days suspended; 363 days formal probation; 180 days home detention; no contact with victim; domestic violence and anger management counseling; sentence to run concurrent with other Hancock County court case. Fine and cost: $168.

Ezra Tompkins pleaded guilty to criminal recklessness; sentenced to 180 days in jail with two days executed and 178 days suspended; 363 days probation; sentence to run concurrent with other Hancock County court case.

April 24

Paige Ogden pleaded guilty to illegal possession of alcohol; sentenced to 60 days in jail with 10 days executed and 50 days suspended; 50 days house arrest. Fine and cost: $168.

Norman Parrish Jr. pleaded guilty to driving while suspended with priors; sentenced to 365 days in jail with two days executed and 363 days suspended; 363 day formal probation. Fine and cost: $168.

April 27

Alicia Wethington pleaded guilty to leaving the scene of an accident; sentenced to 180 days in jail with 90 days executed and 90 days suspended; driver’s license suspended for 180 days. Fine and cost: $168.

Matthew Sands pleaded guilty to battery; sentenced to 180 days in jail with two days executed and 178 days suspended; 363 days informal probation; restitution to victim to be determined. Fine and cost: $168.

April 28

Melissa J. Eubanks pleaded guilty to possession of a controlled substance; sentenced to 34 days in jail with 34 days executed; $200 drug interdiction fee; driver’s license suspended for 180 days; sentence to run concurrent with other Hancock County court case. Fine and cost: $168.

Melissa J. Eubanks pleaded guilty to resisting law enforcement; sentenced to 365 days in jail with 365 days suspended; 365 days formal probation; sentence to run concurrent with other Hancock County court case. Fine and cost: $168.

Victoria R. Maryland pleaded guilty to driving while suspended; sentenced to 365 days in jail with 365 days suspended; formal probation. Fine and cost: $168.

April 29

Carl W. Beeman pleaded guilty to possession of marijuana; sentenced to 180 days in jail with 180 days suspended; 365 days drug and alcohol probation; $200 drug interdiction fee. Fine and cost: $568.

Jonathan Weinschrott pleaded guilty to driving while suspended with priors; sentenced to 365 days in jail with 365 days suspended; 365 days formal probation. Fine and cost: $168.

Alexis P. Flynn pleaded guilty to driving while suspended; sentenced to 365 days in jail with 365 days suspended; 365 days formal probation; driver’s license suspended for 90 days. Fine and cost: $168.

Buddy J. McClellan pleaded guilty to theft; sentenced to 365 days in jail with two days executed and 363 days suspended; 363 days formal probation; restitution to victim for unrecovered property to be determined. Fine and cost: $168.

April 30

Nathan Apple pleaded guilty to operating a vehicle while intoxicated endangering a person; sentenced to 365 days in jail with 365 days suspended; 365 days drug and alcohol probation; victim impact panel; $200 drug interdiction fee. Fine and cost: $768.

Nathan Apple pleaded guilty to possession of paraphernalia; sentenced to 365 days in jail with 365 days suspended; 365 days probation; sentence to run concurrent with other Hancock County court case.