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Courthouse records: Tuesday, March 17, 2020

Adams County

March 6-12

Civil suits:

DHS — Tyrin Thomas.

DHS — Denise Thomas.

DHS — Kevin Johnson.

DHS — Devonte Williams.

DHS — Brandon Welch.

DHS — Georgia Chatman.

DHS — Terrance Sproulls.

DHS — Hulan Newsome.

Estate of Bettye Jane Marchbanks.

Estate of Hugh Stahlman III.

DHS — Phillip Shell.
DHS — Jessica Aldridge.

DHS — Crystal Davis.

DHS — Warren Swindle.

DHS and Kiara Butler v. Darrius Jackson.

DHS — Javier Hawkins.

DHS — Jonquil Nix.

DHS — Jamison Fountain.

Estate of Jesse James Pollard Sr. and Maxine L. Pollard.

DHS — Artemus Wricks.

DHS — Cadmus Logan.

DHS — Derrick Dobbins.

Estate of Bessie T. Coker.

DHS — Reginald Scott.

Divorces:

Shereda Woods v. Steven Woods.

Andrea Jones v. Frederick Jones.

Carol Ann Riley v. James Farris Riley.

Marriage license applications:

Christian Dior Hughes, 35, Natchez to Erika Denise Logan, 35, Natchez.

Rakem Rashaun Campbell, 27, Natchez to Orena Lanae Johnson, 25, Natchez.

Geovani Ramos Lara, 23, Vidalia, La. to Mabel McGehee Redhead, 21, Natchez.

Donald Shane Winfrey, 48, Bastrop, La. to Kimberly Ann Neal (Milstead), 49, Calhoun, La.

Hunter Laine Brack, 18, Anacoco, La. to Allie Grace Pridgen, 16, Anacoco, La.

Santarius Kentrell Pollard, 29, Natchez to Sarah Marie Johnson, 36, Natchez.

Clay Michael Rankin, 21, Selmer, Tenn. to Adrianna Callie Hodge, 19, Ramer, Tenn.

Clifton Hopkins Peyton Jr., 25, Madison to Kelsi Elizabeth Yates, 24, Starkville.

Leo Jose Blanton, 43, Natchez to Lori Alana Brooks, 34, Natchez.

Deed transactions:

Alvin Lamar Smith to Kanethia Lekeeshia Smith, land being at a 5/8 inch by 30 inch iron pin on the Westerly side of Lower Woodville Road.

Tho Nguyen and Christine Vo to HHL Investments, LLC, lot 2 Fatherland Plantation.

Oliver McDonald Jr. to Lionell Matthews, lot 117 in Square No. 6 Maury Addition.

Mortgages:

Marshall Reeve Gibson and Leona Kathleen Gibson to Delta Bank, Natchez Branch, land being at a point on the easterly margin of North Union Street.

Cong V. Nguyen to Concordia Bank & Trust Company, lot 85 Foresite Subdivision, Third Development.

Tammy L. Cranford and Christopher M. Cranford to Churchill Mortgage Corporation, land beginning at an iron pin located on the Easterly right-of-way of Pond Meadow Road.

 

 

Concordia Parish

March 6-12

Civil suits:

Continental Casualty Company, Inc. v. Thorpe Sheet Metal, Inc.

Professional Rehabilitation Hospital v. Thorpe Sheet Metal, Inc.

Promise Healthcare Group, LLC v. Thorpe Sheet Metal, Inc.

Continental Casualty Company, Inc. v. Hajoca Corporation.

Succession of Chantra Wilson Jr.

Unifund CCR, LLC v. Christopher Cather.

Succession of Arlene Heyse Cloyd.

Northwestern State University v. Destyni Garrison.

University of Louisiana v. Destyni Garrison.

Louisiana Board of Ethics v. Maureen Robbins Saunders.

State of Louisiana v. Maureen Robbins Saunders.

Tracy L. Brown v. Tad Phillip Bordelon.

State of Louisiana v. Tad Phillip Bordelon.

Colanca Hawkins v. Robert L. Jenkins III.

State of Louisiana v. Robert L. Jenkins III.

Lahoma R. Jenkins v. Jeremy Alexis Parker Sr.

State of Louisiana v. Jeremy Alexis Parker Sr.

Lacey Hamilton v. Nicholas Chauvin.

State of Louisiana v. Nicholas Chauvin.

Abigail Jennings (Minor) v. Rexon Industrial Corporation, LTD.

Aiden Jennings (Minor) v. Rexon Industrial Corporation, LTD.

Lucas H. Jennings (Individually & O/B/O) v. Rexon Industrial Corporation, LTD.

Roxanne Jennings (Individually & O/B/O) v. Rexon Industrial Corporation, LTD.

Lucas H. Jennings (Individually & O/B/O) v. PPower Tool Specialist, Inc.

Lucas H. Jennings (Individually & O/B/O) v. Sears Authorized Hometown Stores, LLC.

Lucas H. Jennings (Individually & O/B/O) v. Sears Brands Management Corporation.

Wells Fargo Bank v. Kathryn Slavent.

Ford Motor Credit Company, LLC v. Cora J. Morace.

Home Bank v. KD Carter, LLC.

Divorces:

James Edward Walsworth Jr. v. Darlene Curtis Walsworth.

Ann Bender Miller v. Randall Ulrich Miller.

Amy Nichole White Jernigan v. Paul Clayton Jernigan Jr.

Stephanie Whittaker Green v. George Green.

Marriage license applications:

Preston Colby Dooley, 33, Ferriday to K.C. Lee Welch, 34, Ferriday.

Walter Heath Juneau, 31, Tullos, La. to Rebecca Lea Atkins, 25, Tullos, La.

Deed transactions:

Carolyn D. Huffman et al. to Fairpark Holdings, LLC, Block 101 Gregory Addition.

Andrew Johnson et al. to Jacob M. Emfinger et al., lot 70, Unit No. 1 Ridgecrest Subdivision.

Patricia Ann Mullins Scott et al. to M&M Perforating, Inc., a 4.41 acre tract being the westerly half of an 8.82 acre tract being portion of Minorca Plantation.

Reverse Mortgage Solutions, Inc. to HB1 Alternative Holdings, LLC, lot 7, Block 24, Town of Ferriday.

Margaret Althea Allen et al. to Julie W. Jordan, lot 1, being a portion of lot 6 Vaucluse Plantation.

Doyle Mitchell Bryan et al. to Allie Corley, the westerly half of that certain 1.0 acre tract, being a portion of Minorca Plantation.

Mortgages:

Jacob Michael Emfinger et al. to Tensas State Bank, lot 70, Unit No. 1 Ridgecrest Subdivision.

M&M Perforating, Inc. to Delta Bank, a 4.41 acre tract being the westerly half of an 8.82 acre tract being portion of Minorca Plantation.

William L. Leonard et al. to Delta Bank, lots 1 and 2 in Block 35 in the Town of Ferriday.

Julie W. Jordan et al. to GMFS, LLC, lot 1, being a portion of lot 6 Vaucluse Plantation.

Allie Corley et al. to Delta Bank, the westerly half of that certain 1.0 acre tract, being a portion of Minorca Plantation.

 

Adams County Justice Court Cases — End Results

Week of March 6-12:

Kendrick Armstead charged with burglary of a commercial building. Case bound over to a grand jury.

Benny Brandenburg charged with possession of crystal methamphetamine. Case bound over to a grand jury.

Jason Charles White charged with possession of crystal methamphetamine. Case bound over to a grand jury.

Richard Lee Reid charged with possession of crystal methamphetamine. Case bound over to a grand jury.

Katrina Patterson pleaded guilty to malicious mischief.

Stephanie Anderson pleaded guilty to domestic violence.

Candace Martin pleaded guilty to violating the vicious dog ordinance.

 

Adams County Circuit Court Cases — End Results

Week of March 6-12:

None (no cases to report for this week)

 

Natchez Municipal Court Cases — End Results

Wednesday, March 11:

Amber Nicole Delaune, 32, pleaded guilty to shoplifting; merchandise value less than $1,000; 1st offense. Fine set at $748.75.

Nastarria Ambrelle Dunbar, 21, pleaded guilty to shoplifting; merchandise value less than $1,000; 1st offense. Sentenced to 30 days. Banned from Belk. Fine set at $748.75.

Shameka Kay Fort-Lucas, 44, pleaded guilty to three counts of false pretenses. Must pay restitution of $108.21 on count 1; $112.48 on count 2; and $111.73 on count 3.

Shameka Fort-Lucas, 44, pleaded guilty to shoplifting. Must pay restitution of $58.90.

Shameka Fort-Lucas, 44, pleaded guilty to trespassing. Fine set at $500.25.

Shameka Kay Fort-Lucas, 44, pleaded guilty to four counts of shoplifting; merchandise value less than $1,000; 1st offense. Will serve 180 days in jail and pay restitution. Total fines set at $7,189.00.

Kelvin Dywane Jones, 39, pleaded guilty to malicious mischief involving property of another. Sentenced to 30 days suspended. Fine set at $748.75. Restitution set at $722.65.

Jerry Page, 59, pleaded guilty to three counts of false pretenses. Total fine set at $2,106.25.

Lillian Roan Page, 58, pleaded guilty to simple assault – domestic violence. Sentenced to 30 days suspended. Must attend 12-hour anger management class. Fine set at $748.75.

Joseph Ayres Scott, 18, pleaded guilty to contempt of court: direct contempt. To serve 24 hours in jail. Fine set $456.75.

Robert Lee Wilson, 53, pleaded guilty to shoplifting; merchandise value less than $1,000; 1st offense. Sentenced to 30 days suspended. Banned from Walmart. Fine set at $748.75.

Jason Allen Johnson, Age N/A, charged with disorderly conduct – disturbing the peace. Case dismissed.

Michael Shaun Simpson, 38, pleaded guilty to telephone or electronic communication: obscene, indecent, annoying, threatening, or harassing. Sentenced to 30 days with 27 days suspended. Credit given for three days served. Fine set at $748.75.

Marvin Lee Ware Jr., 27, charged with simple assault – domestic violence. Case dismissed.

Leon Hutchins, 37, pleaded guilty to DUI – 1st offense. Fine set at $870.00.

Leon Hutchins, 37, pleaded guilty to accident: hit and run: injury. Fine set at $717.50.

William B. Hein, Age N/A, pleaded guilty to aggravated assault – domestic violence amended to simple assault – domestic violence. Sentenced to 20 hours of public service work and anger management class. Fine set at $748.75. Case to be Non-Adjudicated.

Tuesday, March 10:

Candace Hawkins, 34, charged with false pretenses. Waived preliminary hearing. Case bound over to a grand jury. Restitution set at $961.30.

Destiny Smith, 24, charged with hindering prosecution/apprehension. Waived preliminary hearing. Case bound over to a grand jury.

Carlos Smith, Age N/A, charged with burglary (arrested on bench warrant). Waived preliminary hearing. Case bound over to a grand jury.

Carlos Smith, Age N/A, charged with burglary. Waived preliminary hearing. Case bound over to a grand jury.

Tarisha Allen, 38, pleaded guilty to reduced charge of misdemeanor petit larceny. Fine set at $802.50.

Colton Richard Prescott, 34, charged with two counts murder. Case bound over to a grand jury on each count.

Colton Richard Prescott, 34, charged with aggravated assault; attempts to create or causes serious bodily injury. Case bound over to a grand jury.

Marcus Lee Smith, 36, pleaded guilty to reduced charge of misdemeanor simple assault – domestic violence. No fine or sentencing set.

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