Sept. 1-8 District Court Report


By Jesse Campbell - [email protected]



JEFFERSON-The following cases were heard during the Sept. 1 and Sept. 8 sessions of Ashe County District Court. All information was obtained from the Ashe County Clerk of Court’s office.

In the case of Derek Chad Anderson, the state continued charges of misdemeanor larceny, second degree trespassing and resisting a public officer until Dec. 15.

Gera Bautista-Ramirez pleaded guilty to driving while impaired. The state sentenced Bautista-Ramirez to 60 days in the state’s misdemeanor confinement program. This sentence was suspended for 12 months of unsupervised probation.

The state dismissed a felony charge of possession of a firearm by a felon for Damion Okoyia Blevins.

Robert Blevins is scheduled to reappear in court on Oct. 13 for felony possession with intent to manufacture/sell/distribute marijuana.

In the case of the state v. Adam Michael Boelke, charges of felony indecent liberties with a child were continued until the Dec. 15 session of district court.

Billy Joe Combs is scheduled to reappear in court on Dec. 8 for charges of felony trafficking opium or heroin.

Amy Kathleen Gill must appear in court again on Sept. 15 for felony breaking and entering.

Emily Kaye Ham received for a prayer for judgment continued for misdemeanor possession of a Schedule VI controlled substance. The state dismissed a charge possession of drug paraphernalia.

Joshua Lee Hoffman pleaded guilty to misdemeanor possession of a Schedule VI controlled substance.

Justin Holdaway is scheduled to reappear in court on Oct. 13 for selling meth.

The state dismissed a charge of allowing unlincensed to drive against Germaine Jackson.

The state dismmissed a charge of misdemeanor possession of marijuana up to half an ounce against Emanuel Ledezma. He was sentenced to six months probation for possessing drug paraphernalia.

Crystal Lynn Maxwell is scheduled to reappear in court on Oct. 13 for felony breaking and entering.

Trey Ronald Maxwell is scheduled to reappear in court on felony charges of breaking and entering and felony larceny after breaking and entering.

In the case of Jeffery Neil Maxwell, the state continued a charge of felony possession with the intent to manufacture/sell/deliver until Oct. 13.

Michael Roy McCoy is scheduled to reappear in court on Oct. 13 for a charge of PWIMSD meth.

Kolton Pilar is scheduled to reappear in court on Dec. 15 for a charge of statutory rape.

The state took a dismissal of exceeding a safe speed for Terry Saunders.

Alex Michael Smurda was sentenced to six months probation for misdemeanor possession of marijuana up to half an ounce. The state dismissed a charge of possessing drug paraphernalia.

Kacha Wood is scheduled to re-appear in court on Feb. 8 for charges of felony sell meth and deliver meth.

Nathan Landon Woodie was convicted of DWI. He was sentenced to 60 days in the state’s misdemeanor confinement program. This sentenced was suspended for 12 months of unsupervised probation. The state dismissed a charge of inhale toxic vapors.

Jamius Wright is scheduled to reappear in court on Sept. 15 for a felony charge of making a false bomb threat on a public building and felony sell meth.

Sept. 8

The state revoked the probation of Adam Troy Greer.

In the case of Brandon Leming, the court continued charges of felony first degree sex offense with a child and felony indecent liberties with a child.

Timothy Riley received a PJC for driving while license revoked on a non-impaired revocation.

Reach Jesse Campbell at 336-846-7164.

By Jesse Campbell

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