Aug. 28—A Putnam County inmate is including to her judicial woes by refusing to look in Legal Courtroom in Cumberland and Putnam counties and now will face contempt of courtroom and ten further days in jail stacked onto no matter occurs in her instances.
Maggie Louise Bellflower, 36, no handle accessible, was to look in courtroom in Crossville on Aug. 11 to reply to a probation violation cost. That cost was filed when Bellflower was topic of an investigation into an try to go a fraudulent drug prescription and fled from police.
Having pleaded responsible in Cumberland County Legal Courtroom on Aug. 19, 2022, to prescription fraud and trafficking in Oxycodone, she was positioned on probation after serving a portion of a two-year sentence.
On account of her arrest earlier this yr, a probation violation warrant was issued in Cumberland County. Aug. 11 was the second time she refused to go away her jail cell in Putnam County to make an look in courtroom right here.
Legal Courtroom Choose Gary McKenzie introduced, after being informed or Bellflower’s refusal to come back to courtroom, he was discovering her in contempt of courtroom and shifting ahead, “Each time she refuses to comet to courtroom will value her an extra ten days.”
The case was then reset for the probation violation docket of Sept. 1.
In different instances on the docket, the next came about:
—Jason Edward Breeding, possession of a weapon by a felon, continued to Sept. 13.
—Margaret Lindsey Fitzgerald, possession of greater than 300 grams of meth, possession of meth with intent to promote and/or ship, possession of a firearm by a felon, possession of a firearm throughout fee of a harmful felony, easy possession of meth, easy possession, easy possession and possession rug paraphernalia, continued to Sept. 8.
—Robert Eugene Presley Jr., auto housebreaking, possession of a weapon by a felon, possession of meth with intent and possession of a weapon throughout fee of a harmful felony, continued to Nov. 14.
—Brandon Wayne Rains, aggravated statutory rape, continued to Sept. 13.
—Pedro Lucas Sanitize, rape of a kid, continued to Sept. 1.
—Alyssa D. Thompson, aggravated assault, continued to Oct. 3 at which period Thompson is to return with an legal professional.
—Jonathan Cole Treadway, movement for brand new trial, listening to continued to Sept. 8.
—Daryl Bradley Vaughn, possession of a weapon by a felon and two instances in boundover standing, bond denied and instances continued.
—Cedric Jordan Grooms, probation violation listening to continued to Sept. 1.
—Rebecca Leann McCausland, probation violation primarily based on unpaid restitution, probation violation warrant dismissed and restitution owed transformed to civil concern.
—William Cody Rector, probation violation listening to continued to Sept. 1.
—Carl Nathaniel Sherrill, pleaded responsible to a probation violation, misplaced judicial diversion standing, six months in jail after which to be returned again on probation.
—Robert Henry Thomas, probation violation listening to continued to Sept. 1.
—William Thomas Whitaker Jr., probation violation listening to continued to Sept. 1.
—Jeremy Wayne Whittenburg, discovered responsible of a probation violation of constructive drug display screen and is to serve one-year in jail with furlough granted for longterm inpatient therapy at Grownup and Teen Problem.
—Carolyn Marie Williams, pleaded responsible to a probation violation of a brand new arrest and is to serve 120 days in jail of an eight-year sentence after which be launched again on probation.
—Lekeshia Daybreak Martin, Public Defender’s Workplace appointed to symbolize Martin and probation violation listening to continued to Sept. 1.
—Levi Adam Miller, pleaded responsible to a probation violation and is to serve the stability of an eight-year sentence at 30%.
—Timothy Allen Norris, Public Defender’s Workplace appointed to symbolize Norris and probation violation listening to continued to Sept. 1.
—Mary Francis Kirkland Prater, Public Defender’s Workplace appointed to symbolize Norris and probation violation listening to continued to Sept. 1.
—Kenneth Andrew Toebbe, pleaded responsible to a probation violation and is to serve the stability of a three-year sentence at 30%.
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