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Davie Superior Court

The following cases were disposed of during the July 19 session of Davie Superior Court. Presiding: Judge Lora C. Cubbage. Prosecuting: Robert Taylor, Ina Stanton and Alan Martin, assistant DAs.

– Tyler Coy Bunton, intentional child abuse inflicting serious physical injury, sentenced to 20-33 months, suspended 18 months, 121 days active/credit, enroll in abuse treatment and anger management, have no contact with victims.

– Charles Lee Campbell, assault on a female, 3 counts statutory sex offense with child by adult, 9 counts second degree sex exploitation of a minor, dismissed per plea; first degree statutory sex offense with child under age 13, sentenced to 144-233 months, have no contact with victim, permanent no contact order, register as a sex offender for 30 years, do not threaten or harass victim, participate in mental health treatment, attorney fee.

– Joshua Alan Carpenter, possession with intent to sell/deliver methamphetamine, sentenced to time served.

– Amber Smith Cleary, probation violation, probation continued, electronic house monitoring for 90 days, comply with substance abuse treatment.

– Samantha J. Crafford, felony probation violation, 90 days active and then probation will be terminated, attorney fee.

– Gwyn Gene Dwiggins, third degree sex exploitation of a minor, sentenced to 5-15 months, suspended 15 months, register as sex offender for 30 years, submit DNA sample, cost; 4 counts third degree sex exploitation of a minor, dismissed per plea.

– John Mark Euart, probation violation, 90 days active and then probation will be terminated.

– Matthew Boyd Garner, fleeing to elude arrest with vehicle, sentenced to 16-29 months to run concurrent with sentence serving, attorney fee.

– Jeremy Lee Goldner, felony obtaining a controlled substance by fraud/forgery, sentenced to 4-14 months, suspended 12 months, submit DNA sample, obtain substance abuse assessment; trafficking opium or heroin, dismissed per plea.

– Gina Marie Helms, felony probation violation, 90 day contempt order, 55 days credit, probation to be terminated after active sentence.

– Darren Lynn Johnson, larceny after breaking/entering, 2 counts possession of stolen goods/property, breaking and/or entering, assault on a female, failure to appear on a felony, possession with intent to manufacture/sell/deliver heroin, 3 counts possession with intent to manufacture/sell/deliver Schedule I controlled substance, dismissed, defendant in prison.

– John Wade Kirby, DWI, driving while license revoked DWI revocation, remanded to district court judgment, 30 days active.

– Christopher W. Miller, felony possession of heroin, misdemeanor possession of drug paraphernalia, deferred prosecution, 12 months probation, credit for substance abuse assessment, have drug tests in October 2021 and May 2022, if tests are negative charges will be dismissed.

– Robert Tyler Minor, probation violation, probation revoked, sentenced to 4-14 months; possession of methamphetamine, sentenced to 5-15 months to run concurrent with previous sentence, obtain substance abuse assessment, attorney fee.

– Sheri Kay Minton, DWI, remanded to district court judgment.

– Vestal George Prim Jr., 9 counts possession of firearm by a felon, dismissed by court per compliance with deferred prosecution.

– Justin William Sheppard, DWI, dismissed.

– Raymond Clay Snow, disclosing private images of an adult, sentenced to 6-17 months, suspended 15 months, 30 days active, submit DNA sample, no contact with victim, enroll in abuser treatment program, abide by domestic violence protective order, cost, attorney fee.

– Justin Adam Summers, possession of a firearm by a felon, habitual felon, robbery with a dangerous weapon, sentenced to 70-96 months, $5,000 restitution to 601 Skill House, $450 attorney fee; felony conspiracy, dismissed per plea.

– Jeffrey Lynn Tysinger, failure to register as sex offender, sentenced to 15-27 months, attorney fee.

– Frances Y. Tyson, simple possession of Schedule IV controlled substance, possession with intent to manufacture/sell/deliver a Schedule I controlled substance, possession with intent to sell/deliver a Schedule II controlled substance, dismissed per plea; possession with intent to sell/deliver a Schedule II controlled substance, reduced to possession of heroin, sentenced to 4-14 months, suspended 12 months, submit DNA sample, submit to testing for anything stronger than marijuana, attorney fee.