Rulings vary from dismissal to time in DOC
By Juanice Gray, email@example.com
The following charges were ruled in 10th Judicial District Court Tuesday, July 14.
•State vs Jose F. Rosario-Favela, simple criminal damage to property under $1,000. Dismissed.
•State vs Demario Braxton, pursuant to agreement between State and defendant, defendant will plea guilty to the charge of R.S. 40:969 Possession Schedule IV (Xanax) and the court would dismiss the following charges: possession of a firearm by a convicted felon, 2 counts obstruction of justice, possession of sch. I, possession of stolen firearm(s) and possession of firearm in presence of CDS. The court sentenced Braxton to serve 1 year with DOC and receive credit for time served.
•State vs Samuel Robert Marlin, pursuant to agreement between State and defendant, defendant will plea guilty to the charge of Simple Possession Marijuana- 1st Offense and Resisting An Officer and the court would dismiss charges of possession of sch. II and obstruction of justice. Marlin was sentenced to 15 days in the parish jail on the simple possession charge and 45 days in the parish jail on the resisting charge. Sentences to run consecutive with credit for time served.
July 9 court proceedings
•State vs Bret Wayne Anderson, criminal trespass, sentenced to 30 days, suspended and put on 1 year supervised probation and pay $1,461.50 in fines and costs
•State vs Mysti S. Bedgood, possession of drug paraphernalia, sentenced to 15 days in parish jail with credit for time served.
•State vs Kizell J. Brown III, attempted failure to register as a sex offender. Guilty plea. Ordered to serve two years at DOC with credit for time served.
•State vs Jeremi Jaquarian Guy, domestic abuses battery-serious bodily injury. Sentenced to 4 years with DOC, suspended and placed on 3 years supervised probation and pay $2,407.50 in fines and costs.
•State vs Richard Horton, simple burglary and DWI-1st offense. Sentenced to 2 years, 90 days, suspended and placed on 2 years plus 1 year supervised probation with credit for time served. The court ordered Horton to complete driver improvement school within 90 days at his expense, participate in a MADD victim impact program and substance abuse program. Horton must serve 2 days in the parish jail or serve 4 hours of community service. His driver’s license is suspended for 12 months. He was further ordered to pay $2,828 in fines and costs and restitution totaling $7,900 to all applicable victims.
•State vs Douglas Neal Johnson, possession of schedule I, sentenced to 15 days in the parish jail with credit for time served.
•State vs Brandon Keshun Lynch, 2 counts of theft, dismissed.
•State vs Stephan Morton, theft of a motor vehicle, sentenced to 3 years with La. DOC to run concurrent with time serving and credit for time served from date of arrest.
•State vs Yannick Jerome Telsee, attempted failure to register as a sex offender, sentenced to 3 years DOC, suspended and placed on 3 years supervised probation. Telsee is ordered to pay $1,497.50 in fines and costs.
**Note: cases are current and updated as of July 21, 2020.