MARRIAGE LICENSES

Feb. 20 to 27

Phillip L. Lockhart and Kelsey L. Ingram, both of Benton

William D. Basenberg Jr. and Emilee D. Qualls, both of Du Quoin

Sidronio Castro III and Brenda K. Wright, both of Marion

Brett A. Carrier and Ruthie C. Edmister, both of Marion

DIVORCES GRANTED

Feb. 26

Donna B. Barnett, 59, petitioner, Marion, and Joseph G. Barnett, 57, Harrisburg

Jamie R. Baggett, 28, petitioner, West Frankfort, and Heather N. Baggett, 29, Catasauqua, Penn.

Renee D. Hampton, 29, petitioner, Energy, and Joey R. Hampton, 35, Ozark

March 1

Sharon Askew, 71, petitioner, and Tom Askew, 60, both of Marion

Britney M. Marcum, 23, petitioner, and Daniel W. Marcum, 28, both of Cambria

March 4

Tiffany Hanley, 32, petitioner, and Benjamin Hanley, 38, both of Carterville

Michele Garten, 40, petitioner, and Robert J. Garten, 37, both of Herrin

David Wayne Edwards, 26, petitioner, Carterville, and Amanda Kay Edwards, 24, Cypress

FELONY DISPOSITIONS

Feb. 27

Patricia Gail Hutchinson, 2304 N. 13th St., Herrin, was charged with battery. She was found guilty and sentenced to 12 months probation. She shall not leave state, nor possess a firearm. No additional fines and costs. She was ordered to pay $10 a month probation for six months, plus complete Victim Impact Panel.

Thomas J. Ivy, 1603 N. Cash St., Marion, was charged with burglary. He was found guilty and sentenced to 12 months conditional discharge. He was ordered to pay a $200 fine, plus costs and surcharges, and $121 restitution.

March 1

George E. Tucker, 2200 Michelle St., Marion, was charged with aggravated domestic battery. He was found guilty and sentenced to 36 months probation. He should not violate any criminal statute of any jurisdiction. He is not allowed to leave the state or possess a firearm or other dangerous weapon. He was ordered to pay a $250 fine, plus costs and surcharges. Restitution to be determined April 24. Jail time has been served. He is to complete an alcohol/substance abuse evaluation and follow all countermeasures.

MISDEMEANOR DISPOSITIONS

Feb. 28

Juwan A. Hodge, 811 N. 9th St., Paducah, was charged with PTR/violation of bail bond. He was found guilty and re-sentenced to 90 days conditional discharge. He was ordered to serve 176 consecutive days in the county jail, beginning March 17.

Scott D. Hodges, 706 W. Adams St., Herrin, was charged with unlawful consumption of alcohol by a minor. He pleaded guilty and was sentenced to 12 months court supervision. He was ordered to pay a $150 fine, plus costs and surcharges, and a $75 VCV fine. He also was ordered to attend Victim Impact Panel.

William Joseph Bower, 345 Gregory Road, Murphysboro, was charged with retail theft. He was found guilty and sentenced to six months court supervision. He was ordered to pay a $150 fine, plus costs and surcharges, and $85 VCV crime-stopper fine.

March 1

Cleona F. Pedigo, 6261 Second St., Benton, was charged with retail theft. Was found guilty and sentenced to six months court supervision. Was ordered to pay a $150 fine, plus costs and surcharges, and an $85 VCV crime-stopper fine.

James G. Marks, 203 S. Ervin St., Pittsburg, was charged with unlawful possession of cannabis. He was found guilty and placed on judgment. He was ordered to pay a $100 fine, plus costs and surcharges, and a $185 lab fee.

Kerri L. Coloni, 916 N. 12th St., Herrin, was charged with unlawful sale of alcohol to a minor. Was found guilty and sentenced to 12 months court supervision. Was ordered to pay a $150 fine, plus costs and surcharges, and $75 VCV fine. Also ordered to complete Victim Impact Panel.

 

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