Court Case Conclusions: April 6, 2022 – Mississippi’s Best Community Newspaper

Adams County Court Cases – Final Results

Week of March 25 to 31:

Lucille Ann Britt charged with possession of crystal meth. Case related to a grand jury.

Lucille Ann Britt charged with possession of drug paraphernalia. Case related to a grand jury.

Lucille Ann Britt accused of tampering with physical evidence. Case related to a grand jury.

Adams County Circuit Court Cases – Final Results

Week of March 25 to 31:

Any. (none available)

Natchez Municipal Court Cases—Final Results

Wednesday March 30:

Kedric Bindon, age N/A, pleaded guilty to disorderly conduct – disturbing the peace. Sentenced to 30 days including 28 days suspended. Two day credit for time spent. Well set at $748.75.

Anthony King, 39, pleaded guilty to three counts of false pretences. Sentenced to 90 days suspended for each count. Ending set at $548.75 on each account. Restitution set at $107.48, $107.68 on the second count and $105.00 on the third count.

Carson Jerome Thornburg, 37, pleaded guilty to common assault/domestic violence. Sentenced to 30 days including 26 days suspended. Four day credit for time spent. Well set at $748.75.

Kenneth Hunter, 52, pleaded guilty to public drunkenness. Sentenced to 10 days including 6 days suspended. Do four days in jail. No fine imposed.

Charles Woods Jr., 31, pleaded guilty to shoplifting. Sentenced to 30 days including 29 days suspended. One day credit for time served. Banned from the sports center. Well set at $748.75.

Charles Woods Jr., 31, pleaded guilty to unlawful possession of a controlled substance. Sentenced to 30 days including 29 days suspended. One day credit for time served. Well set at $523.75.

Helen Asia Batteaste, 19, pleaded guilty to disturbing the peace. Sentenced to 30 days suspended. Banned from premises at 425-B Watts Avenue. Well set at $748.75.

Daquiria Venicha Hunt, 29, pleaded guilty to forgery. Sentenced to 90 days including 87 days suspended. Three day credit for time spent. Banned from the Natchez market. Well priced at $948.75.

Tyrant Jabari Newman, 25, pleaded guilty to carrying a concealed weapon. Sentenced to 90 days including 74 days suspended. Sixteen day credit for time spent. Weapon confiscated. Well set at $748.75.

Tyrant Jabari Newman, 25, charged with resisting or obstructing an arrest. Case returned to the archives.

Tuesday 29 March :

Kenya King, 18, charged with burglary, dwelling house. Preliminary hearing cancelled. Case related to a grand jury.

Kenya King, 18, charged with burglary: everything but residence. Preliminary hearing cancelled. Case related to a grand jury.

Jawanda White, 37, charged with theft. Preliminary hearing cancelled. Case related to a grand jury.

Cameron Delvin Carradine, 21, charged with violation of controlled substances. Case dismissed – no probable cause found.

Anthony Carter, 56, charged with aggravated domestic violence. Preliminary hearing cancelled. Case related to a grand jury.

Nicholas Lee Hawkins, 34, charged with controlled substance: unlawful possession. Case related to a grand jury.

Gejuan Cartrell Jackson, 28, charged with weapons; possession of a stolen firearm. Preliminary hearing cancelled. Case related to a grand jury.

James Lucas, 32, charged with violation of controlled substances. Case dismissed – no probable cause found.

Christopher Rounds, 33, Motor Vehicle Charge: Possession of Marijuana (1-30 grams) while operating a motor vehicle. Preliminary hearing cancelled. Case related to a grand jury.

Andrew Jamal Smith, 30, charged with felony carrying a concealed weapon. Case related to a grand jury.

Anthony Dewayne Smith, 18, charged with possession of a stolen firearm. Preliminary hearing cancelled. Case related to a grand jury.

Joseph Montrell Smith, 34, charged with controlled substance: unlawful possession. Preliminary hearing cancelled. Case related to a grand jury.

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