Here’s what happened in Superior Court last week




The following cases were heard during last week’s session of Ashe County Superior Court.

Damion Okoyia Blevins appeared in court on a misdemeanor charge of assault on a female. His case was continued until June 1.

Collen Elizabeth Blevins appeared on a charge of felonious habitual impaired driving. Her case was continued unitl June 1.

Randall Scott Combs, who was charged with felonious breaking and entering of a motor vehicle and larceny, had his case continued until June 1.

Aaron Banks Dixon appeared in court on charges of felonious first degree sex offense, child rape and second degree sexual exploitation of a minor. His case was continued until June 1.

Terri Francis Smith Dula appeared before a circuit court judge on a charge of felonious habitual felon. Her case, however, was continued until June 1.

Mary Christine Hunt was due in court on felony charges of conspiracy, possession/distribution of methamphetamine prescursor and possession of meth. Her case was continued until June 1.

In the case of Carol Renee Main, the state agreed to a dismissal on charges of felony conspiracy and possession of methamphetamine. Main was convicted on a charge of felonious possession/distribution of meth precursor chemicals. She was sentenced to 17-30 months in the N.C. North Carolina Department of Corrections. A judge also recommended a drug assessment program for Main. She was also ordered to pay attorney fees in the amount of $3,465.

Shelia Parson Price was granted a dismissal on a charge of felonious manufacturing methamphetamine. Price was convicted on a felony charge of possession/distribute of meth precursors. She was sentenced to 10-21 months in the NCDOC, suspended for 36 months of supervised probation.

Kacha Lane Wood, who appeared in court on felony charges of conspiracy, possession/distribution of meth precursors and possession of meth, had her case continued until June 1.

Michael Reed appeared in court on charges of felonious obtaining property by false pretenses. His case was continued until June 1.

Charles Elbert Lipird appeared in court last week on charges of conspiracy, possession/distribution of meth precursor and possession of methamphetamine. His case was continued until June 1.

Kesha Marie Lyalls was charged with felonious charges of manufacturing meth, possession/distribution of meth precursors and trafficking fin meth. Her case was continued until Aug. 31.

Reach Jesse Campbell at 336-846-7164.

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