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Shoplifting, alcohol-related offenses, and driving violations were among the cases heard by Dunlap City Judge M. Keith Davis on September 26. 

Brian Edward Hamill reached a youthful offender agreement for theft of merchandise-shoplifting. He is to serve six months of probation under the supervision of the Southeast Tennessee Human Resources Agency (SETHRA), and pay $173.75 in court costs. If conditions are satisfied the case is to be dismissed in June. 

Tarah Marie Terrell pled guilty to theft of merchandise-shopfliting. She was fined $25 plus court costs, ordered to perform 20 hours of public service work, and received 11 months, 29 day of probation. The probation will be SETHRA-supervised until public service work is completed and fees are paid.

Vicki Sue Harden pled guilty to theft up to $500. She was fined $50 plus court costs and is to make $60 restitution. Harden is to perform 20 hours of public service work. She was sentenced to 11 months, 29 days of SETHRA-supervised probation. The probation is to be supervised until public service work is completed and fees are paid. 

Darrell B. Collier pled guilty to first offense driving under the influence (DUI), reduced from second offense DUI. Charges of driving on a revoked license and disorderly conduct were dismissed. Collier was sentenced to 48 hours in jail, which will run concurrently with a case in Warren County. He was fined $350 plus court costs. 

April Elizabeth Barnes was fined $50 for financial responsibility law violation. 

Fined $50 plus court costs for criminal trespass was Amanda Gail Brown. 

Jennifer D. Hankins pled guilty to child restraint violation and light law violation. She was fined a total of $75 plus court costs. 

Charles Steven Lee was fined $25 plus court costs for disorderly conduct. 

Laura Louann Cope was fined $40 for allowing a dog to run at large. 

Lawrence Allen Hughes, Jr., was fined $20 for seatbelt law violation, while two driver’s license violations were dismissed. 

Nathan Drew Barker was fined $20 for seatbelt law violation. 

Jaysenda Boyd pled guilty to misdemeanor evading arrest, reckless endangerment, and speeding. She was fined a total of $325 plus three sets of court costs. 

A registration law violation against Cory Dakota Davis is to be dismissed upon court cost payment of $66.50. 

Scott L. Enerson pled guilty to public intoxication. He was sentenced to 17 days in jail with 17 days of jail credit for time served, along with court costs. 

A light law violation against Natale Carl Failla III was dismissed, with court costs of $66.50 to be paid. 

Fined $25 plus court costs for disorderly conduct was Joseph Daniel Harris. 

Clarence Herbert Keener pled guilty to public intoxication and was fined $25 plus court costs, while an aggravated assault charge was dismissed. 

Fined $25 plus court costs for public intoxication was Billy Bob Lockhart. 

Gabriel Morales was fined $100 plus court costs totaling $229.25 for financial responsibility law violation, driver’s license violation, and traffic control device violation. 

Pleading guilty to disorderly conduct and fined $25 was Bobby Plott. 

Samuel Sims was fined $50 for financial responsibility law violation. 

  Several cases were continued until future court sessions. 



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