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Man sentenced for unlawful taking of a motor vehicle; Lincoln County Circuit Court dispositions

Lincoln County Circuit Court dispositions for the week of Jan. 8 are:

• Marie Mercier pleaded guilty to misdemeanor bad check Jan. 8.

• An order of nolle prosequi (formal decision not to prosecute) was issued in Steven Kennedy’s felonious bad check case Jan. 9.

• An order of nolle prosequi (formal decision not to prosecute) was issued in Ricardo M. Smith’s aggravated assault case Jan. 9.

• Chad Timothy Moak pleaded guilty to unlawful taking of a motor vehicle Jan. 9.

• Alton Harveston was sentenced to house arrest for unlawful possession of at least two grams but less than 10 grams of methamphetamine Jan.  9.

• Markee D. White was sentenced into the custody of the Mississippi Department of Corrections for a period of five years with five years suspended for five years of probation for unlawful taking of a motor vehicle Jan. 9.

• Butch Delaughter was sentenced into the custody of MDOC for a period of 10 years with seven years suspended for three years to serve and then five years of post release supervision for conspiracy to sell methamphetamine Jan. 9.

• An order of nolle prosequi (formal decision not to prosecute) was issued in Becky Kemph-Rachal’s conspiracy to sell methamphetamine case Jan. 11.

• An order of nolle prosequi (formal decision not to prosecute) was issued in Butch Delaughter’s unlawful possession of at least one tenth but less than two grams of methamphetamine case Jan. 11.

• James H. Cason was sentenced into the custody of MDOC for a period of three years with three years suspended for three years of post release supervision for felonious bad check Jan. 9.

• Shawn B. Fairman pleaded guilty to conspiracy to possess a controlled substance, unlawful possession of more than one tenth but less than two grams of cocaine and possession of less than 30 grams of marijuana Jan. 9.

• Lorie A. Wilson pleaded guilty to possession of more than one tenth but less than two grams of methamphetamine and possession of less than 30 grams of marijuana Jan. 9.

• Katheryn Mathis pleaded to possession of more than 20 but less than 40 doses of hydrocodone Jan. 9.