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Estep processes violations of probation cases

Judge Robert Estep processed several violations of probation cases, during recent hearings in Claiborne Sessions Court.

Joseph Gonzales, 29, was charged with failure of a drug screening, testing positive for amphetamines, methamphetamines, oxycontin and suboxone while on probation. Gonzales was sentenced to 11 months, 29 days at 75 percent confinement. He was given credit for 63 days of jail time already served.

Haley Leann Justice, 23, was charged with failure to report to probation, to submit to random drug screenings, to complete an alcohol and drug assessment and for nonpayment of court costs, restitution and supervision fees while on probation. Justice was sentenced to 11 months, 29 days at 75 percent confinement. She was given credit for any jail time already served since Oct. 18.

Kevin Louthan, 38, initially charged with failure to report to probation, was sentenced to 11 months, 29 days at 75 percent confinement. Louthan was given credit for 45 days of jail time already served.

Tammy Renne Noah, 43, charged with possession of a schedule V drugs while on probation, was sentenced to an additional 11 months, 29 days ETHRA supervised probation with 45 days confinement. Noah was given credit for nine days of jail time already served. She must pay at least $125 per month in court costs and supervision fees. Noah was initially charged, and placed on probation, for failure to report, to attend the MADD Victim Impact Panel, for failure of her first drug screening for suboxone and for nonpayment of supervision fees.

Christopher Cody, 26, was charged with failure to report to probation, to submit to random drug screenings, to complete an alcohol and drug assessment and for nonpayment of court costs, restitution and supervision fees while on probation. Cody was sentenced to an additional 11 months, 29 days supervised probation with 30 days confinement. He was given credit for two days of jail time already served. Cody was ordered to begin an inpatient rehabilitation program within 30 days from release.

Dixie L. Hatfield, 24, initially charged with failure to pay court costs and supervision fees while on probation, was sentenced to remain on 11 months, 29 days supervised probation with 30 days confinement. Hatfield was given credit for 23 days of jail time already served. She was ordered to pay $600 in costs the day of her hearing and $75 per month thereafter.

Aaron Bunch, 27, was charged with failure to report to probation, to submit to random drug screenings, to complete an alcohol and drug assessment, for driving on a revoked license and for nonpayment of court costs, fines and supervision fees while on probation. Bunch was sentenced to six months supervised probation with 30 days confinement. He was given credit for ten days of jail time already served.

Michael D. Coffey, 37, was charged with failure of a drug screening, testing positive for THC, oxycotin and suboxone while on probation. Coffey was sentenced to remain on probation for the balance of his sentence with an additional 15 days confinement.

Monica Gonzales, 24, was charged with failure of a drug screening, testing positive for suboxone and benzodiazepines, failure to report to probation and for nonpayment of court costs, restitution and supervision fees while on probation. Gonzales was sentenced to an additional six months supervised probation with ten days confinement. She was given credit for eight days of jail time already served.

Roger Rose, 39, was charged with failure to report to probation, to submit to random drug screenings and for nonpayment of court costs, fines and supervision fees while on probation. Rose was sentenced to remain on 11 months, 29 days supervised probation with ten days confinement. He was given credit for two days of jail time already served.

Louetta J. Turner, 37, was charged with failure to report to probation, to submit to random drug screenings, to complete an alcohol and drug assessment and for nonpayment of court costs, fines and supervision fees while on probation. Turner was sentenced to an additional 11 months, 29 days supervised probation with ten days confinement. She was given credit for two days of jail time already served. As a condition of her probationary status, Turner agreed to obtain a valid driver’s license.

Keith Hatfield, 52, was charged with failure of a first drug screening for methamphetamines and amphetamines, failure to complete an alcohol and drug assessment and for nonpayment of court costs and fines while on probation. Hatfield was sentenced to an additional six months supervised probation with ten days confinement. He was given credit for two days of jail time already served. As part of his status, Hatfield must complete an alcohol and drug assessment within 30 days of release.

Sarah J. Ramsey, 27, charged with theft under $1,000 while on probation, was sentenced to 11 months, 29 days ETHRA supervised probation. Ramsey must pay at least $100 per month in court costs and fines and forfeits $75 to the Economic Crime Fund. As a condition of her probationary status, Ramsey was ordered to pay $800 in full, on the day of her hearing, for another violation of probation case. That case involved failure to report to probation, to submit to random drug screenings, to complete an alcohol and drug assessment and nonpayment of court costs, fines and supervision fees while on probation. Her sentence in this case was to remain on 11 months, 29 days supervised probation with nine days confinement. She was given credit for nine days of jail time already served.

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