Batesville Municipal Court 10/23/2015

Published 12:00 am Friday, October 23, 2015

Unpaid fines land defendant back in jail

By Emily Williams
Judge Bill McKenzie called a short docket during Batesville Municipal Court Wednesday.
D’Lirian D. Curry, 231 VanVoris, Batesville, failed to appear to answer charges for public profanity and public drunk. Alright Bonding was notified.
Darlene R. Porter, 324 Patton Lane No. 2, Batesville, had a case for simple assault by threat dismissed after the affiant, Rebecca Blackburn, failed to appear to prosecute.
Shanric R. Coleman, 890 Quitman Ave., Crowder, had a trial set for a later date for simple domestic violence and discharging a firearm in city limits. Coleman’s represented by attorney Aski Shaw.
Latisha S. Curry, 207 Fisher St., Batesville, had a petit larceny case continued.
Jamarlin Ladd, 207 Fisher St., Batesville, had a case for petit larceny continued.
Laura K. Hervey, 30 Birdsong Cove, Batesville, failed to appear to answer shoplifting charges. Alright Bonding was notified.
Lindsey J. Glover, 2735 Nelsontown Rd., Joy, Fla., entered a guilty plea to shoplifting from Walmart. She was fined $1,146.
Markevious Q. Robinson, 105 Browning St., Batesville, had old fines of $632 due since July 2014.
“I’ve been in jail. Can you give me a break?” Robinson asked the judge.
Robinson was previously given a chance to work his fines off on the city’s work release program and failed to finish.
He was sent back into the custody of the jail.
Anthony D. Flowers, 226 Noble, Batesville, was found guilty of public drunk after a short trial and was fined $225.

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