District Attorney Chris Nevils Reports the Following Action Was Taken in Eighth Judicial District Court June 15, 2021 – September 20, 2021

District Attorney Chris Nevils reports the following action was taken in Eighth Judicial District Court on June 15, 2021

 TRACY D. CARTER:  Defendant entered guilty plea possession of marijuana.  Imposition sentence suspended, defendant placed on two years unsupervised probation.  Defendant ordered to pay fine, court cost and probation fee. 

 GEORGE KALEM ORR:  Defendant entered guilty plea possession of a schedule I controlled dangerous substance.  Imposition sentence suspended, defendant ordered to pay fine, court cost and probation fee.

 CHLOE D. BOYETT:  Defendant entered guilty plea criminal mischief.  Defendant sentenced to serve ninety days credit for time served.

 MICHAEL ANTHONY BRADFORD:  Defendant entered guilty plea operating a vehicle while intoxicated first offense.  Imposition sentence deferred, defendant placed on two years supervised probation.  Defendant ordered to pay fine, court cost, fee to Office of Public Defender and probation fee.  Defendant ordered to perform sixteen hours community service and satisfactorily complete court approved drug and substance abuse and driver improvement programs.

 JAMES BYRON GUICHET:  Defendant entered guilty plea operating a vehicle while intoxicated first offense.  Imposition sentence suspended, defendant placed on two years supervised probation.  Defendant ordered to pay fine, court cost and probation fee.  Defendant ordered to perform sixteen hours community service and satisfactorily complete court approved drug and substance abuse and driver improvement programs.

 JASON L. MOCKOSHER:  Defendant entered guilty plea driving while intoxicated first offense.  Imposition sentence deferred, defendant placed on twenty-four months supervised probation.  Defendant ordered to pay fine, court cost, fee to Office of Public Defender and probation fee.  Defendant ordered to perform sixteen hours community service and satisfactorily complete court approved drug and substance abuse and driver improvement programs.

 District Attorney Chris Nevils reports the following action was taken in Eighth Judicial District Court on June 23, 2021

 DUSTIN ALLEN BAXTER:  Defendant entered guilty plea second degree battery.  Defendant sentenced to serve eight years hard labor with Louisiana Department of Public Safety and Corrections, credit for time served.

 WILBUR D. BEARD, JR.:  Defendant entered guilty plea simple robbery.  Defendant sentenced to serve nineteen months without hard labor.

 JAMES R. SUSAN:  Defendant previously found guilty three counts molestation of juvenile present for sentencing.  Sentence of the Court is as follows.  Count 1 – defendant sentenced to serve thirty years hard labor with Louisiana Department of Corrections and Safety with credit for time served which is allowed under Act 880.  Count 2 – defendant sentenced to serve thirty years hard labor with Louisiana Department of Corrections and Safety with no credit for time served.  Count 2 sentence consecutive to count 1 & count 3 sentences.  Count 3 – defendant sentenced to serve thirty years with Louisiana Department of Public Safety and Corrections with no credit for time served.  Count 3 sentence consecutive to count 1 & count 2 sentences.   Serve twenty-five of those years without benefit of probation, parole or suspension of sentence. 

 District Attorney Chris Nevils reports the following action was taken in Eighth Judicial District Court on July 13, 2021

 MICHAELA LEANN LOWE:  Defendant entered guilty plea criminal mischief.  Defendant sentenced credit for time served.

 DYLAN TREY SPEED:  Defendant entered guilty plea no drivers license on person.  Imposition sentence suspended, defendant placed on two years unsupervised probation.  Defendant ordered to pay fine and probation fee.

 TAG R. WESTBROOK:  Defendant entered guilty plea disturbing the peace.  Imposition sentence suspended, defendant ordered to pay fine and probation fee, court cost suspended.

 PHENUS DEVIN UNDRE BRADY:  Defendant entered guilty plea operating a vehicle while intoxicated second offense.  Imposition sentence suspended, defendant placed on two years supervised probation.  Defendant ordered to pay fine, court cost and probation fee.  Defendant ordered to perform sixteen hours community service and satisfactorily complete court approved drug and substance abuse and driver improvement programs.

 JOHNNY W. GILLIAM:  Defendant entered guilty plea DWI first offense.  Imposition sentence deferred, defendant placed on twenty-four months supervised probation.  Defendant ordered to pay fine, court cost and probation fee.  Defendant ordered to perform sixteen hours community service and satisfactorily complete court approved drug and substance abuse and driver improvement programs.

 VICTORIAL SHANTEL STEWART:  Defendant entered guilty plea reckless driving.  Imposition sentence suspended, defendant placed on two years unsupervised probation.  Defendant ordered to pay fine and probation fee.

 DAMARCUS J. POWELL:  Defendant entered guilty plea speeding and operating a vehicle with an expired license plate. Sentence on each charge – imposition sentence suspended, defendant placed on two years unsupervised probation.  Defendant ordered to pay fine and probation fee, court cost suspended.

 HARNANDO K. TYSON:  Defendant entered guilty plea speeding.  Imposition sentence suspended, defendant placed on two years unsupervised probation.  Defendant ordered to pay fine and probation fee, court cost suspended.

District Attorney Chris Nevils reports the following action was taken in Eighth Judicial District Court on July 20, 2021

 ERNEST C. SMITH:  Defendant entered guilty plea unauthorized entry of an inhabited dwelling.  Defendant sentenced to serve three years hard labor with Louisiana Department of Public Safety and Corrections.

 District Attorney Chris Nevils reports the following action was taken in Eighth Judicial District Court on July 21, 2021

 TRAVIS M. CARTER:  Defendant entered guilty plea distribution of a schedule II controlled dangerous substance.  Defendant sentenced to serve ten years hard labor with Louisiana Department of Public Safety and Corrections consecutively to any time he is serving.  Court recommended defendant go to rehab facility. 

 MARCUS D. DAVIS:  Defendant entered guilty plea simple escape,  attempted simple escape, introducing or possessing contraband in any municipal or parish prison or jail and second degree battery.  Sentence of the Court is as follows: simple escape – serve five years hard labor with Louisiana Department of Public Safety and Corrections given credit for time served.           Attempted simple escape – serve two and one-half years hard labor Louisiana Department of Public Safety and Corrections, sentence consecutive, no credit for time served.  Introducing or possessing contraband in any municipal parish prison or jail – serve eight years hard labor Louisiana Department of Public Safety and Corrections, not given credit for time served, sentence consecutive.    Second degree battery – serve eight years hard labor with Louisiana Department of Public Safety and Corrections, not given credit for any time served, sentence consecutive. 

 BILLY RAYDALE FINN:  Defendant entered guilty plea possession of firearm or carrying concealed weapon by a person convicted of certain felonies, possession or dealing in unregistered or illegal transferred weapons and possession of or dealing in firearms with obliterated numbers or marks.  Defendant sentenced to serve thirty years at hard labor with Louisiana Department of Public Safety and Corrections.  Sentenced suspended, defendant placed on three years supervised probation with Louisiana Department of Public Safety and Corrections.  Defendant ordered to pay fine, court cost, fee to Office of Public Defender, department of corrections fee and monthly supervision fee.  Defendant ordered to perform fifty hours community service. 

  LADISA CHARLENE HOWELL:  Defendant entered guilty plea operating a vehicle while intoxicated fourth or subsequent offense.  Defendant sentenced to serve ten years hard labor with Louisiana Department of Public Safety and Correction, given credit for time served.  Court recommended department of corrections place defendant in facility for rehabilitation.

RODNEY GUY McCARTY:  Defendant entered guilty plea failure to register and notify as a sex offender or child predator.  Defendant sentenced to serve two years without hard labor with credit for time served consecutive to any sentence he is serving.

WILLIAM ROBERT NORRIS, JR.:  Defendant entered guilty plea distribution of a schedule II controlled dangerous substance.  Defendant sentenced to serve two years hard labor with Louisiana Department of Public Safety and Corrections.  Sentence suspended, defendant placed on two years supervised probation with Louisiana Department of Public Safety and Corrections.  Defendant ordered to pay fine, court cost, monthly supervision fee and controlled dangerous substance fee.  Defendant ordered to perform fifty hours community service.

DANNY RAY VINES:  Defendant entered guilty plea cruelty to juvenile.  Defendant sentenced to serve seven years hard labor with Louisiana Department of Public Safety and Corrections.  Sentenced suspended, defendant placed on three years supervised probation with Louisiana Department of Public Safety and Corrections.  Defendant ordered to pay fine, court cost and monthly supervision fee. 

 District Attorney Chris Nevils reports the following action was taken in Eighth Judicial District Court on August 10, 2021

KALIYAH LANESHA MAYFIELD:  Defendant entered guilty plea no drivers license on person.  Defendant ordered to pay fine and probation fee.

 KENNETH R. ROSE:  Defendant entered guilty plea criminal mischief.  Imposition sentence suspended, defendant placed on two years unsupervised probation.  Defendant ordered to pay fine and probation fee, court cost waived.

 SAVOION Y. SANDERS:  Defendant entered guilty plea speeding.  Imposition sentence suspended, defendant placed on two years unsupervised probation.  Defendant ordered to pay fine and probation fee.

 HUNTER J. SIMS:  Defendant entered guilty plea careless operation of a motor vehicle.  Imposition sentence suspended, defendant placed on two years unsupervised probation.  Defendant ordered to pay fine and probation fee. 

 GARY DEWAYNE WISE:  Defendant entered guilty plea switched license plates.  Imposition sentence suspended, defendant placed on two years unsupervised probation.  Defendant ordered to pay fine and probation fee, court cost suspended.

 LOVELACE EALE ABRAHAM:  Defendant entered guilty plea DWI first offense.  Imposition sentence deferred, defendant placed on two years probation.  Defendant ordered to pay fine, court cost, probation fee and fee to Office of Public Defender.  Defendant ordered to perform sixteen hours community service and satisfactorily complete court approved drug and substance abuse and driver improvement programs.

 MICHAEL TREMAINE BARNES:  Defendant entered guilty plea possession of a schedule I controlled dangerous substance.  Defendant ordered to pay fine.

 LISHA ANN NIX COX:  Defendant entered guilty plea no seat belt and driving under suspended.  Defendant sentenced to serve eighty days, credit for time served, concurrent with any other time.  Driving under suspension, careless operation of a motor vehicle and expired vehicle license – serve eighty days, credit for time served, concurrent with any other time.  No seat belt and no drivers license – serve thirty days with credit for time served, concurrent with any other time.  Expired MVI sticker, no drivers license and expired drivers license – serve thirty days with credit for time served, concurrent with any other time.  Defendant also pled guilty to contempt, sentenced to time served.

 MARCUS DEWAYNE JONES:  Defendant entered guilty plea no drivers license on person.  Defendant ordered to pay fine.

 TAJH PHILLIP RAGAS:  Defendant entered guilty plea speeding and criminal mischief.  Defendant ordered to pay fine.

 District Attorney Chris Nevils reports the following action was taken in Eighth Judicial District Court on August 18, 2021

 WILLIAM JOHN WATKINS:  Defendant entered guilty plea introducing or possessing contraband in any municipal or parish prison or jail. Defendant sentenced to serve five years hard labor with Louisiana Department of Public Safety and Corrections, given credit for time served.

 DANIEL WAYNE BEARDEN:  Defendant entered guilty plea improper lane usage and possession of drug paraphernalia.  Defendant sentenced credit for time served.

DUSTIN ALLAN NORTON:  Defendant entered guilty plea attempted introducing or possessing contraband in any municipal or parish prison or jail, two counts criminal conspiracy to introducing or possessing contraband in any municipal or parish prison or jail and simple battery.  Sentence of the court is as follows:  attempted introducing or possessing contraband in any municipal or parish prison or jail – defendant sentenced to serve 2.5 years hard labor with Louisiana Department of Public Safety and Corrections.  Defendant is not to receive any credit for time served, sentence consecutive.  Criminal conspiracy to introducing or possessing contraband in any municipal or parish prison or jail – defendant sentenced to serve 2.5 years hard labor Louisiana Department of Public Safety and Corrections.  Defendant is not to receive any credit for time served, sentence consecutive.  Criminal conspiracy to introducing or possessing contraband in any municipal or parish prison or jail – defendant sentenced to serve 2.5 years hard labor Louisiana Department of Public Safety and Corrections.  Defendant is not to receive any credit for time served, sentence consecutive.   Simple battery – defendant sentenced to credit for time served.

 District Attorney Chris Nevils reports the following action was taken in Eighth Judicial District Court on September 8, 2021

 THOMAS BRYAN GARRETT:  Defendant entered guilty plea DWI first offense.  Imposition sentence deferred.  Defendant ordered to pay fine, court cost and probation fee.  Defendant ordered to perform sixteen hours community service and satisfactorily complete court approved drug and substance abuse and driver improvement programs.

 ALBERT D. LITTLE:  Defendant entered no lo contendre plea criminal trespass.  Imposition sentence suspended, defendant placed on two years unsupervised probation.  Defendant ordered to pay fine, court cost and probation fee.

 SAMANTHA DEAN KNIGHTEN:  Defendant entered guilty plea speeding.  Imposition sentence suspended, defendant placed on two years unsupervised probation.  Defendant ordered to pay fine and probation fee.

 District Attorney Chris Nevils reports the following action was taken in Eighth Judicial District Court on September 15, 2021

 BRANDY NICOLE COLEMAN:  Defendant entered guilty plea theft of $1,000.00 or more but less than $5,000.00 and possession of a schedule II controlled dangerous substance.  Sentence of the court as follows: theft of $1,000.00 or more but less than $5,000.00 – serve two years hard labor Louisiana Department of Public Safety and Corrections, credit for time served.   Possession of schedule II controlled dangerous substance – serve two years hard labor with Louisiana Department of Public Safety and Corrections, not get credit for time served, sentence consecutive.

 DAYLON WESLEY GARNER:  Defendant entered guilty plea unauthorized entry of an inhabited dwelling.  Defendant sentenced to serve three years hard labor with Louisiana Department of Public Safety and Corrections, credit for time served.

 ROBERT MITCHAEL HOLDEN, JR.:  Defendant entered guilty plea second degree battery.  Defendant sentenced to serve eight years hard labor with Louisiana Department of Public Safety and Corrections.  Sentence suspended, defendant placed on three years supervised probation with Louisiana Department of Public Safety and Corrections.  Defendant ordered to pay fine, court cost, monthly supervision fee and controlled dangerous substance fee.  Defendant ordered to perform one hundred hours community service.

 JOSHUA CULLEN LONIDIER:  Defendant entered guilty plea six counts non-consensual disclosure of a private image.  Sentence on the first three counts –  defendant sentenced to serve six years hard labor with Louisiana Department of Public Safety and Corrections.  Execution of six years suspended, defendant placed on three years supervised probation with Louisiana Department of Public Safety and Corrections.  Defendant ordered to pay fine, court cost and monthly supervision fee.  Defendant ordered to perform one hundred hours community service.   Sentence on the remaining counts – defendant sentenced to serve six years hard labor with Louisiana Department of Public Safety and Corrections.  Execution of six years suspended, defendant placed on three years supervised probation with Louisiana Department of Public Safety and Corrections.  Defendant ordered to pay fine and monthly supervision fee.  Defendant ordered to perform one hundred hours community service.  Sentences consecutive.

 MATHEW DALTON MILLER:  Defendant entered guilty plea misdemeanor theft.  Imposition sentence deferred, defendant placed on two years unsupervised probation.  Defendant ordered to pay restitution, fine, court cost, probation fee and fee to Office of Public Defender.

 KENNETH RAY PHILLIPS:  Defendant entered guilty plea distribution of a schedule II controlled dangerous substance.  Defendant sentenced to serve eight years hard labor with Louisiana Department of Public Safety and Corrections, credit for time served.

 DOYLE RAY SMITH, JR.:  Defendant entered guilty plea failure to register and notify as a sex offender or child predator.  Defendant sentenced to serve five years hard labor with Louisiana Department of Public Safety and Correction, credit for time served.

 District Attorney Chris Nevils reports the following action was taken in Eighth Judicial District Court on September 20, 2021

 JONATHAN O. BARNES:  Defendant entered guilty plea attempted possession of firearm by a convicted felon.  Defendant sentenced to the amount of time he already served with Louisiana Department of Public Safety and Corrections, credit for time served.

 ANDY DWAYNE NASH:  Defendant entered guilty plea possession with intent to distribute a schedule II controlled dangerous substance.  Defendant sentenced to serve seventeen and one-half years hard labor with Louisiana Department of Public Safety and Corrections, credit for time served.  Sentence consecutive.  Defendant revoked himself on the charge attempted distribution of schedule II controlled dangerous substance.  Sentence to be executed with calculation from Louisiana Department of Public Safety and Corrections.


To report an issue or typo with this article – CLICK HERE

Leave a Reply