Ten year sentence given to local woman for multiple felony charges

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    MURFREESBORO—A 31-year-old Murfreesboro woman was sentenced to a total of 10 concurrent years in the Arkansas Department of Corrections Oct. 5 for multiple felony charges.
    Sarah Jane Humphry was tried for four different felony cases. In one case she was charged with aggravated assault and second degree criminal mischief. Rather pled guilty to both charges and was sentenced to six years in the ADC for the charge of aggravated assault and to one year in the Pike County Detention Facility for the charge of second degree criminal mischief.
    Rather was entered a guilty plea to charges in a case that involved breaking or entering and theft of property. She was sentenced to six years in the ADC for that case.
    Rather entered a guilty plea to charges in a case for burglary and theft of property. She was sentenced to ten years in the ADC for the burglary charge and for one year in the Pike County Jail for the theft of property charge.
    Rather also entered a true plea to a charge of probation revocation and was sentenced to one year in the Pike County Jail.
    All of Rather’s sentence will run concurrent for a total of ten years in the ADC.
    In other court news;
    Natasha Allmon entered a guilty plea to charges of possession of a controlled substance-schedule VI, possession of a controlled substance-schedule 1 and possession of drug paraphernalia. She was sentenced to two years probation for the possession of a controlled substance-schedule VI and fined $2,000. The charges of possession of a controlled substance-schedule 1 and possession of drug paraphernalia were nolle prossed.
    A jury trial will be set for Clyde Westley Brown for charges of delivery of methamphetamine/cocaine, possession of drug paraphernalia and maintaining a drug premises.
    Michael S. Reid was charged with third degree battery and has been set for trial.
    Michael Brooks Morgan entered a guilty plea for charges of possession of drug paraphernalia and possession of a controlled substance. He was sentenced to four years probation with two suspended and bond was reduced to $15,000.
    Paula Hill was charged with possession of drug paraphernalia. She will return for pre-trial Dec. 7.
    Christa Leigh Davis appeared for a charge of probation revocation. She will return for pre-trial Dec. 7.
    Charles Williams, Jr. was charged with internet stalking of a child. His trial was continued until Nov. 16.
    Taneisha Robinson was sentenced to six years in the ADC with two suspended to run concurrent with charges in Pulaski County for charges of theft of property, breaking and entering and fraudulent use of a credit card.
    A jury trial was set for Dustin B. Hembey. Hembey was charged with possession of a firearm by a certain person and the trial will be held Oct. 22.
    Steven Ryan Stinson appeared to have his sentence of four years with two suspended in the ACC for furnishing prohibited items.
    Tiffany Pinckard will return Nov. 2 for drug court screening. She has been charged with possession of a controlled substance with purpose to deliver, possession of drug paraphernalia and battery.
    Claborn Kiel McWilliams will return Oct. 19 for drug court screening for charges of possession of a controlled substance-schedule I and possession of a controlled substance-schedule II.
    Thomas Franklin entered a no contest plea to a charge of possession of drug paraphernalia. He was sentenced to three years probation and was given a $2,000 fine. Charges of possession of a controlled substance-schedule I and possession of a controlled substance-schedule III were nolle prossed.
    A failure to appear warrant with no bond was issued for Ronnie Homan. Homan was to appear for charges of possession of a controlled substance-schedule I and possession of a controlled substance-schedule II.
    Cody Lee Comeaux’s trial for violation of the Arkansas hot check law was continued to pre-trial on Dec. 7.
    Donna McBride pled guilty to charges of fraudulent use of a credit card, theft of property and financial identity fraud. She was sentenced to three years probation and given a $1,500 fine for fraudulent use of a credit card, must pay $1,269 in restitution for the theft of property charge and the charge of financial identity fraud was nolle prossed.
    A pre-trial date of Dec. 7 was given to Randall Fincher. Fincher is charged with burglary, theft of property and fleeing.
    A pre-trial date of Dec. 7 was given to Daniel Lee Robinson. Robinson is charged with burglary, theft of property and fleeing.
    A pre-trial date of Dec. 7 was given to David Fugitt. Fugitt is charged with burglary, theft of property, possession of drug paraphernalia and fleeing.
    A pre-trial date of Dec. 7 was given to Angelo Quiroz, Jr. Quiroz is charged with burglary, theft of property and fleeing.
    Charley Howard will return for pre-trial Dec. 7 on a charge of possession of drug paraphernalia.
    A pre-trial date of Dec. 7 was given to Kaitlin Hartley. She has been charged with first degree criminal mischief.
    A pre-trial date of Jan. 4 was given to Johnathan Rather for two charges of possession of a controlled substance and possession of drug paraphernalia.
    A pre-trial date of Jan. 4 was given to Joseph Rather for two charges of possession of a controlled substance and possession of drug paraphernalia.
    Tammy Foster entered a guilty plea to a charge of possession of drug paraphernalia. She was sentenced to three years probation and given a $2,000 fine.
    Douglas Harp is to return for pre-trial Nov. 2 for charges of fraudulent use of a credit card and theft of property.
    Lauren M. Mitchell’s trial was continued to Dec. 7. She was charged with burglary, theft of property and endangering the welfare of a minor.
    Daniel S. Irvin’s trial was continued to Dec. 7. He was charged with burglary, theft of property and two charges of possession of a controlled substance.
    Jonathan B. Kinnu’s trial was continued to Dec. 7. He was charged with burglary and theft of property.
    Brian Keith Smith’s trial was continued to Dec. 7. He was charged with burglary and theft of property.police-lights