Lohorn Sentenced in Robbery and Vandalism Cases

June 19, 2010
by: 
Dwayne Page
Justin Lohorn

A 24 year old man, arrested last December for the robbery of a local resident and vandalism of soft drink vending machines at three businesses, was sentenced in DeKalb County Criminal Court Friday.

24 year old Justin Lohorn pleaded guilty to robbery and vandalism under $500. Judge Leon Burns, Jr. sentenced Lohorn to a three year sentence on the robbery charge and 11 months and 29 days on the vandalism. Both sentences are to run concurrently. Lohorn was given jail credit of 193 days and he must make restitution of $1,800 to one victim, $300 to a second person, and $300 to a third victim in the case.

Lohorn was accused of robbing a man at 826 Anthony Avenue on Friday, December 4th, 2009 as the resident was leaving his home during the early morning hours. Lohorn allegedly took a watch from the man at gunpoint and fled. No one was injured. A gun and the watch were later recovered at Lohorn's home.

Lohorn was also accused of vandalizing vending machines on Monday, December 7th, 2009 on the outside of Larry's Discount Grocery on West Broad Street, It's All About Looks on Dry Creek Road, and at the Mystik Market on Highway 56 south.

Meanwhile in other cases, 48 year old Joe Ray Hall pleaded guilty to a first offense of driving under the influence and received a sentence of 11 months and 29 days, suspended to 48 hours to serve and then be on probation. Hall will lose his license for one year. He must also pay a $360 fine and complete and alcohol safety education program.

22 year old Travis Dewayne Rich pleaded guilty to aggravated burglary, theft of property over $10,000, and three counts of vandalism over $10,000. Sentences in each case are to run concurrently with each other for a total of three years. The term is also to run concurrently with a sentence of 11 months and 29 days in a violation of probation case against him in General Sessions Court. Rich is to serve 180 days and he must pay restitution of $1,000.

42 year old Mark R. Robinson pleaded guilty to sale of a schedule III controlled substance and received a two year sentence to serve. He was fined $2,000 and given jail credit of 193 days.

30 year old Lisa Rena Taylor pleaded guilty to attempting to introduce a schedule II controlled substance into a penal institution. She received a two year sentence, all suspended to DOC probation.

34 year old Nancy F. Brown, charged with possession of drug paraphernalia and manufacturing, sale, and delivery of a controlled substance (methamphetamine) was granted pre-trial diversion probation for a period of one year. She must perform 40 hours of community service work.

48 year old Dawn Beavers, charged with theft of property over $10,000, was granted pre-trial diversion probation for a period of two years. She must make restitution of $30,000 to the victim and perform 50 hours of community service work.

23 year old Daniel Sanchez pleaded guilty to leaving the scene of an accident and no drivers license. He received a 60 day sentence, suspended to good behavior probation.

49 year old Roy Douglas Atnip, charged with theft under $500 and public intoxication, was granted pre-trial diversion probation for a period of 11 months and 29 days. He must perform 20 hours of community service work.

22 year old Trinity James Anderson, charged with aggravated assault, reckless endangerment with a weapon, resisting arrest, disorderly conduct, and vandalism under $500 was granted pre-trial diversion probation for a period of two years. He must perform 100 hours of community service work and make restitution of $2,466.

39 year old Michael G. Thomas pleaded guilty to promotion of meth and received a four year sentence suspended to probation supervised by community corrections. Thomas must pay a fine of $3,000.

34 year old Jimmy Walker pleaded guilty to driving under the influence and received a sentence of 11 months and 29 days, all suspended to supervised probation except for 48 hours to serve. He was fined $360. The term is to run concurrent with a White County DUI sentence against him.

39 year old Chad E. Knowles pleaded guilty to possession with intent to sell a schedule II controlled substance and received a three year sentence to serve at 30% before his eligible release date. His term is to run concurrent with another TDOC sentence against him.

25 year old Robin Lynn Woodard pleaded guilty to sale of a schedule II controlled substance. She received a three year sentence to be released to time served. She must pay a $2,000 fine. Woodard will be on TDOC probation. She must undergo an alcohol and drug assessment and follow the recommended treatments. As part of her probation, Woodard must perform 100 hours of public service. She was given jail credit of 31 days.

29 year old Joseph Richardson pleaded guilty by information to aggravated burglary and theft under $500. He received a three year sentence on the burglary charge and 11 months and 29 days in the theft case, to run concurrently with each other, and all suspended to supervised probation. He must undergo an alcohol and drug assessment and make restitution to the victim.

30 year old Heather Renee Perkins, charged with tampering with evidence, possession of a schedule VI controlled substance for resale, simple possession of a schedule II controlled substance, and simple possession of a schedule IV controlled substance, was granted pre-trial diversion probation for a period of two years. She must perform 100 hours of community service work.

29 year old Sonya Miller pleaded guilty to simple possession of a schedule IV controlled substance and misdemeanor reckless endangerment and received a sentence of 11 months and 29 days in each case to run concurrently with each other and all suspended to supervised probation. She has requested judicial diversion probation.

34 year old Jo Ann Ortega Rutland pleaded guilty to three counts of theft. All the sentences are to run concurrently with each other for a total of two years, all suspended to DOC probation except for 90 days to serve. She must make restitution of $1,068. The term is also to run concurrently with a Warren County sentence against her. She was given credit for time served.

48 year old Bret Kenneth Boring pleaded guilty to a second offense of driving under the influence and received a sentence of 11 months and 29 days, suspended to 45 days to serve. Boring will then be on supervised probation. He was fined $610 and he will lose his license for two years.

28 year old William Travis Malone pleaded guilty to theft under $500 and was sentenced to 11 months and 29 days to be on supervised probation.

21 year old Raymond Rollins pleaded guilty to aggravated assault and received a three year sentence, all suspended to supervised probation except for 133 days to serve. He was given jail credit of 133 days.

41 year old Jose Sagahon pleaded guilty to driving on a revoked license. He received a six month sentence, all suspended to supervised probation. He will also lose his license for a period of time.

32 year old James A. Hesson was found to be in violation of probation and must serve the balance of a two year sentence for violation of the sex offender registration and monitoring act.

Luke Brock was granted pre-trial diversion probation for a period of two years and he must perform 60 hours of community service work.

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