Cases heard in District Court

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Juanice Gray | Editor
PTI-Pre-Trial Intervention Program
Article – Under Articles 61 and 691, the state can dismiss charges under certain circumstances.
May 2
WASHINGTON, OLIVER J., b/m, Houma, poss of firearm by a convicted felon, pleaded guilty; unauth use motor vehicle, poss of firearm in presence of controlled dang sub, poss sch ii, poss sch 1, dismissed. court sentenced the defendant to serve 15 years hard labor with the louisiana department of corrections. court advised that this sentence would be served without the benefit of parole, probation or suspension of sentence. court further ordered that the defendant pay a fine in the amount of $1000. Credit for time served. John Bokenfohr, appointed counsel for the defense. ADA Bray Williams for the State.
May 3
ISRAEL, TAYLOR D., w/m, operating a motor vehicle under while intoxicated – 1st offense, open container and improper lane usage; dismissed.
May 5
OLIVER, KIMBERLY DANIELLE, w/f, poss of stolen things, bench warrant issued.

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RACHAL, KELSEY S., b/f, cruelty to animals, theft, issuing worthless checks. Bench warrants issued.
May 9
STEWART, TRAVIS J., w/m, Robeline, poss sch I and IV. Dismissed.
CHOATE, CRYSTAL MICHELLE, w/f, Saline, simple cruelty to animals. Defendant surrendered the dogs. Dismissed.
DICKSON, HOWARD DEAN, w/m, Campti, theft. Judgement of Restitution in the amount of $300.
FARLEY, KESHIA, b/f, Campti, child desertion amended to disturbing the peace. Guilty plea. defendant is sentenced to serve 60 days in the parish jail, that sentence is suspended. The defendant is placed on one year supervised probation and pay fines and fees. 
FRAZIER, RODNEY, b/m, agg assault, contribute to the delinquency of juvenile, violation of protective order. Bench warrants issued on all counts.
NELSON, CARRIE ANN, w/f, domestic abuse battery. Dismissed.
POWELL, MMICHAEL D., JR., w/m, Provencal, DWI-2nd, No MVI sticker, dismissed, obstructing public passages and open container violation, guilty plea. The defendant is sentenced to serve two days in the parish jail, that sentence is suspended, placed on 60 days supervised probation for obstructing public passages and sentenced to pay a $500 fine. For the 10 counts of open container, the defendant is sentenced to $100 on each count, for a total of $1,000. Fines are to run consecutive. Sentenced to pay costs. William D. Dyess, retained counsel for the defense. ADA Chris Guillet for the State. 
SMITH, OTIS, b/m, domestic abuse agg assault [amended to] domestic abuse battery, guilty plea; simple criminal damage, dismissed. Sentenced to serve five months in the parish jail, credit for time served.
WILLIAMS, DEYONTA, b/m, commit the offense of online impersonation. Dismissed after completing PTI
BYNOG, JOSEPH ARRON, w/m, DWI-1st, careless operation, open container violation. Bench warrant issued.
May 11
THOMPSON, EDDIE LEE, JR., b/m, guilty plea to unauthorized entry-business. The following were dismissed, possession of sch I Ecstasy, resisting w/violence, resisting, simple criminal damage to property. Sentenced to serve 5 years with the DOC, suspended. Placed on 2 years supervised probation and ordered to pay fines and costs. Rickey Swift, appointed counsel, ADA Bray Williams for the State.
GOODEN, ANNIE ROSE, w/f, Campti, simple burglary. Guilty plea. The following were dismissed, accessory after the fact, possession of drug paraphernalia. Sentenced to serve 6 years with DOC, suspended. Placed on 2 years supervised probation and ordered to pay fines and costs. John Bokenfohr, appointed counsel, ADA Cloyd Benjamin for the State.
DUBOIS, JOHNNY J., III, w/m, poss. sch. II, guilty plea. Poss sch I, theft and remaining, dismissed. Sentenced to serve 2 years with DOC, suspended. Placed on 2 years supervised probation and ordered to pay fines and costs. John Bokenfohr, appointed counsel, ADA Cloyd Benjamin for the State.
HUDSON, EUGENE, JR., w/m, Campti, poss sch II, guilty plea. Poss drug paraphernalia, dismissed. Sentenced to serve 2 years with DOC, suspended. Placed on 1 year supervised probation and ordered to pay fines and costs. Rickey Swift, appointed counsel, Bray Williams for the State.
TAYLOR, ANTONIO D., b/m, unauth entry-business, guilty plea. Battery on officer, resisting, obstructing public passages, dismissed. Sentenced to serve 5 years with DOC, suspended. Placed on 3 years supervised probation and ordered to pay fines and costs. John Bokenfohr, appointed counsel, ADA Cloyd Benjamin for the State.
HASKINS, COLE F., w/m, Shreveport, simple criminal damage, DWI-1st, speeding, illegal window tint, improper lane use, careless operation, open container. Dismissed.
May 12
TURNER, DA’MONTRIAZE, b/m, negligent homicide, guilty plea. Sentenced to 5 years at DOC, credit for time served; agg. flight from officer, guilty plea. Contribute to delinquency of juvenile, dismissed. Sentenced to 5 years at DOC, credit for time served. Sentences to run consecutive. Rickey Swift, appointed counsel, ADA Cloyd Benjamin for the State.
BRASKO, LANESHA, b/f, simple criminal damage, criminal trespass. Dismissed.
BROOKS, FRANCHESCA C., Lake Charles, simple possession of marijuana. Bench warrant issued.
May 16
BROOKLYN A. LEBLANC, w/f, Lena, possession of sch. I, dismissed. Article.
SWANSON, MICHAEL CALEB, w/m, DWI-1st offense, careless operation, Dismissed after completing PTI.
QUANTEANNA S. CHARLES, b/f, abuse prevention order, operating vehicle w/suspended license. Dismissed. Defendant deceased.
May 17
KAYLA L. BLUE, w/f, simple burglary. Dismissed. Article.
TYLER S. CHARLES, b/m, theft, Dismissed. Article.
MARQUITA M. MITCHELL, b/f, Powhatan, filing false public records, disturbing the peace, no insurance, . Dismissed. Article.
TYLER S. CHARLES, b/m, attempted second-degree murder, armed robbery, guilty plea. Sentenced to 30 years at Dept. of Corrections (DOC) on each count, to run concurrent, at hard labor. The armed robbery charge is without benefit of probation, parole or suspension of sentence. Joshua Williams, appointed counsel, Clifford Strider III, special prosecutor for the State.
May 18
MARISSA SONNIER, w/f, Winnfield, possession of stolen things. Dismissed. Article.
May 23
QUINCY NASH, b/m, aggravated flight from officer, guilty plea; resisting, dismissed.
Sentenced to 5 years to DOC, suspended and placed on 2 years supervised probation. Ordered to pay fines and costs. Rickey Swift, appointed counsel for the defense. ADA Bray Williams for the State.
BIANCA S. RAINEY, b/f, aggravated assault w/firearm, obstruction, disturbing the peace (2 counts), resisting, possession of sch. I, illegal use of weapon. Defendant not present for jury trial. Bench warrant issued.
MICHAEL R. SAM, b/m, 2 counts possession of sch. I, possession of sch. II, poss. of sch. II w/intent, obstruction, poss. of sch. I w/intent. Defendant not present for jury trial. Bench warrant issued.
CHAZZ M. WASHINGTON, b/m, driving under suspension, attempted possession of firearm by convicted felon. Defendant not present for jury trial. Bench warrant issued.
May 25
KASONDRA MARIE COKER, w/m, Lena, possession of sch. II, simple possession of marijuana. Dismissed. Article.
JULIUS B. WASHINGTON, b/m, Natchez, simple battery. Dismissed Article.
May 27
WESTON B. CREMANS, no bill filed by DAs office. Dismissed.