Several Drug Cases Settled in Criminal Court

February 9, 2011
by: 
Dwayne Page

Several people were sentenced in DeKalb County Criminal Court Monday. Judge David Patterson presided.

28 year old Bradley Redman pleaded guilty to promotion of the manufacture of methamphetamine. He received a two year sentence, all suspended to supervised probation by community corrections, except for time served. Redman was fined $2,000. He was given jail credit from November 8th, 2010 to February 7th.

32 year old Shawn Patton pleaded guilty to attempted initiation and received a six year sentence. He was fined $2,000. Patton was given jail credit from May 3rd, 2010 to February 7th.

36 year old Kevin D. Bogle pleaded guilty to attempting to initiate the manufacture of meth and received a six year sentence to serve in the Tennessee Department of Corrections. He was fined $2,000. He was given jail credit from May 3rd, 2010 to February 7th.

47 year old Gary Ponder pleaded guilty to sale of a schedule II controlled substance and received a four year sentence to serve at 30% before release eligibility. He was fined $2,000. Ponder was given jail credit of 244 days.

40 year old David G. Vanatta pleaded guilty to sale of a schedule II controlled substance (Hydromorphone) and received an eight year sentence to serve at 35% (time served). Vanatta was fined $4,000 and he must undergo an alcohol and drug assessment, perform 100 hours of community service, and reimburse the buy money. The sentence is to run concurrently with any violations or other charges in effect. Vanatta was given jail credit of 298 days.

23 year old Lydia Judkins pleaded guilty to initiation of the manufacture of meth. She received an eight year sentence, all suspended to probation, supervised by community corrections. She was given credit for time served and fined $2,000. Judkins was given jail credit from October 10th, 2010 to February 7th.

62 year old Paula Smith pleaded guilty by information to reckless driving and received a six month sentence, all suspended to supervised probation.

40 year old Vickie Cantrell pleaded guilty to sale of a schedule II controlled substance. She received a five year sentence to serve at least 30% before release eligibility. She was fined $2,000.

40 year old Timothy Joe Young pleaded guilty to conspiracy to sell over 50 grams of a schedule II controlled substance. He received a fifteen year sentence as a range one offender. The sentence is to run concurrently with a case against him in Davidson County. He was given jail credit of 260 days.

28 year old Michael E. Lattimore pleaded guilty by information to promoting the manufacture of methamphetamine. He received a two year TDOC sentence, suspended to 177 days of time served with the balance on supervised probation. He must pay a $2,000 fine. Lattimore was given jail credit of 177 days.

34 year old Jimmy Estes pleaded guilty by information to auto burglary and received a two year sentence, all suspended to time served. He was given jail credit from November 7th, 2010 to February 7th.

33 year old Jason Cripps pleaded guilty to theft over $500 and received a one year sentence at 30%, all suspended to supervised probation.

48 year old Danny Caldwell pleaded guilty to two counts of sale of a schedule III controlled substance. He received a two year sentence in each case suspended to supervised probation. The sentences are to run consecutively for a total of four years. He was fined $2,000.

37 year old Steve F. Mabe, Jr. pleaded guilty to two counts of attempting to sell a schedule II controlled substance and received a two year sentence in each case, but he will be on probation. The sentences are to run concurrently with each other but consecutively to other cases against him. Mabe was fined $2,000 and he must reimburse for drug buys. He was given credit for 301 days of time served.

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