54 Cases Cleared

Fifty-Four Sentenced
In Latest Court Term

  The two week term of Saluda County General Sessions Court ended with no jury trials.
  Judge William Keesley handed down sentences on the following 54 guilty pleas:
  Anton Terrell Adams, assault and battery 1st degree, ten years, upon service of four years, suspended to five years probation. Charles Mon’Ta Adams, resisting arrest, one years, suspended to time served and three years probation.
  James Audie Adams, reckless driving, 30 months, suspended to time served and $200. Robert Michael Britt, domestic violence 2nd degree, three years, suspended to time served and three years probation.
 Jessica Moneek Butler, entering premises after warning, time served. Johnathan Lake Chastain, possession of meth, time served.
  Kristen Fields Coleman, possession of meth, Youthful Offender Act (YOA) not to exceed five years, suspended to time served and three years probation; burglary 3rd degree, YOA not to exceed five years, suspended to time served and three years probation. William Heraldo Diaz Cortez, assault and battery 1st degree, time served.
 Chaconia Nikia Culbreath, Jr., unlawful carrying of a pistol, one  year, suspended to time served and 18 months probation; simple possession of marijuana, time served. Wilma A. Culler, shoplifting 3rd, four years, suspended to time served and five years probation.
  Gustavo Rodriguez Diaz, assault and battery 1st degree, five years; assault and battery 1st degree, ten years. Kasey Todd Dinkins, assault and battery 3rd degree, time served.
 Benjamin Arnold Stephen Dorn, burglary 3rd, five years, suspended to time served and three years probation; possession of meth, three years, suspended to time served and three years probation. Robert Rimeak Foulks, distribution of crack cocaine near a school, ten years.
  Cedric Lamont Franklin, assault and battery 3rd degree, time served. Ethan Besau Fulmer, larceny under $2000 (2 counts),  30 days, suspended to time served and one year probation. Robbie Lee Gantt, burglary 3rd, three years, suspended to time served and 30 months probation.
 Richard Allen Gentry Jr., possession of contraband in county jail, time served. Terrance Delano Gilchrist Jr., possession of a controlled substance, time served.
  Isela Delapaz Gonzalez, assault and battery 3rd degree, three years, suspended to time served and three years probation. Damian Michell Harris, possession of meth, time served.
 Stephen W. Hicks, forgery, 18 months, suspended to time served and three years probation. Daniel Tyler Huneycutt, larceny $2,000-$10,000, five years, upon service of two years, suspended to five years probation; burglary 2nd, ten years.
  Charles Gable Isdell, assault and battery 1st degree, ten years. Tyqona Nislek Jones, assault and battery 3rd degree, time served.
  Kenneth Lee Keenan, malicious injury to personal property (less than $2000), time served; grand larceny, more than $2000 less than $10,000, five years, upon service of 324 days times served, suspended to 30 months probation. Billy James Kelly, failure to stop for blue light, three years, suspended to time served and 15 months probation.
  Lisa Michelle Leopard, possession of a controlled substance, time served. Domenic Qwentex Loman, ill treatment of animals, time served. Patrick Jamal Lott, resisting arrest, nine months, suspended to seven days time served and 18 months probation.
  Harley Danielle Manning, disorderly conduct, time served. Daniel Eugene Maroney, burglary 3rd, five years, suspended to 104 days time served and 30 months probation.
 Clarence Jamar Mason III, hit and run, accident with great bodily damage, six years. Quintez DeAundre McField, assault and battery third degree, YOA not to exceed three years, suspended to three years probation.
 Amanda Louise Merrell, possession of  a controlled substance, 30 months, suspended to time served. Jocoby Abraham Moon Jr., assault and battery 1st degree, ten years, upon service of three years, suspended to five years probation.
  Tanage Shiann Morris, attempted escape, one years, suspended to 128 days time served. Jahsiri Ahmad Abdul Moyeda, shoplifting $2000 or less, time served.
  William F. Norman Jr., simple possession of marijuana, 30 months, suspended to time served and $100. Cordarryl Demon Ouzts, assault and battery third degree, time served.
  Jennifer Marie Owens, failure to stop for a blue light, time served Seth McKenzie Partin, unlawful carrying of a pistol, six months, suspended to four days time served.
  Kodiva Anton Pixley, unlawful carrying of a pistol, time served. Jose Ariel Rivera Jr., burglary 3rd (non-violent), ten years.
  Jason Rogers, breach of trust, value $2000 or less, 30 days time served. Shannon Faye Senterfeit, possession of meth, three years, suspended to time served and 18 months; Burglary 3rd, three years, suspended to time served and 18 months.
 Christopher Kendall Shamble, DUI 1st, 30 months, three years, suspended to time served and $400. Ralph Lloyd Simms III, possessio of less than one ounce of meth or cocaine base 1st degree, 18 months, three years, suspended to time served and one year probation; possession of stolen vehicle, time served.
 Pelham Blake Stewart, use of vehicle without permission, one year, three years, suspended to 67 days time served and five years probation. Chakeya Brown Tolen, disorderly conduct, time served.
 Mark Anthony Turkett, reckless driving, 30 days or $200. Tridarin Devontay Weaver, swindling, $616.28.
  Tamera Lupo Wilson, dangerous animal violation, 15 days, suspended to time served and $200.
  Alisa Marie Wood, contributing to the delinquency of a minor, 60 days, suspended to time served and $200. Kendall Larma Yarbrough, failure to stop for a blue light, three years, upon service of six day, suspended to three years probation.



S.C. Association of Conservation
Districts 2018 Legislator of The Year


  Representative Cally “Cal” R. Forrest was awarded the South Carolina Association of Conservation Districts 2018 Legislator of The Year Award at the 78th Annual SCACD Partnership Conference on February 26, 2019. 
  The Conference and Awards Reception and Dinner was held at the DoubleTree by Hilton in Columbia, S.C.  
  Representative Forrest was nominated for this award by the Saluda Soil and Water Conservation District.  He is a great supporter of conservation and has accomplished many great things for the District.    
  Congratulations to Representative Forrest on your outstanding achievement and thank you for all you do for the Saluda Conservation District and for our state.
Pictured in front: Cal Forrest. Pictured back from left to right are: SSWCD Commissioner’s Kevin Yon, Jason Price, James Nichols, Carey Frick, David Padgett, and Burton Campbell, Chaplain.