Message From The Sheriff
MESSAGE FROM SHERIFF
MICHAEL NEAL  ( read )
For All Police, Fire & Ambulance Emergencies,
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Phone:
24 Hrs Non-Emergency:
870-747-3811
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Address:
200 South Main Street
Clarendon, AR 72029
Administrative Office Hours:
M-F 8:00am - 4:30pm
08/31/2012

Several sentenced to Department of Corrections on Thursday

On Thursday, the Monroe County Circuit Court was in session and the following is a summary of cases that were adjudicated during the one day session in Clarendon.

 

Cordelious White, 20, of Clarendon, pled guilty to Robbery, a Class B Felony and was sentenced to 54 months in the Arkansas Department of Corrections with credit for time served since 1-14-2012. White pled guilty in connection with the New Year's Eve robbery of the Marty Mart in Clarendon.

 

Joshua Young, 20, pled guilty to Robbery, a Class B Felony and Impairing the Operation of a Vital Public Facility, a Class C Felony. He was sentenced to 42 months in the Arkansas Department of Corrections.

 

Jwan Swanigan, 19, pled guilty to Robbery, a Class B Felony. He was sentenced to 8 years in the Arkansas Department of Corrections with credit for time served since 12-29-2011.

 

Douglas Gray, pled guilty to Forgery charges and was sentenced to 30 months in the Arkansas Department of Corrections. This 30 months will run concurrent with charges Gray is already serving time for out of Craighead County.

 

Dustin Davenport, 22, pled guilty to the charge of Commercial Burglary. He was sentenced to 6 years of probation, 1 of which will be supervised. He was ordered to pay $500.00 in fines, $150.00 in Court Costs and $100.00 Public Defender Fee.

 

Benjamen Johnson, 56, pled guilty to Theft by Receiving, a Class A misdemeanor and Fleeing, a Class C misdemeanor. He was sentenced to 1 year unsupervised probation and ordered to pay $500 in fines, $150.00 in Court Costs and $100.00 Public Defender Fee.

 

Christopher Ford, 36, pled guilty to Possession of Drug Paraphernalia, a Class A Misdemeanor.

 

Donald Webster of Brinkley, was ordered to jail for non-payment of fines. Webster has failed to make payments on his fines and will get $40.00 per day credit on his fines until $2,310.00 is paid in full.

 

 

 

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