Citizens convicted in criminal court

A host of defendants were convicted during the Feb. 6 week of Catawba County Criminal Superior Court, according to information provided by the District 25 Attorney’s Office.

The following area defendants were convicted.

• Phillip Owen Lail Jr. was convicted of felony indecent liberties with a child and was sentenced to no less than 25 months and no more than 30 months in the N.C. Department of Correction.

• Rory Calvin Hinson was convicted of felony breaking and entering a motor vehicle, felony possession of stolen goods, misdemeanor larceny and misdemeanor second-degree trespass and was sentenced to no less than 16 months and no more than 20 months in the Department of Correction.

• Timothy Drake Abernathy was convicted of felony breaking and entering motor vehicle.

• Manuel Alejandro Acevedo was convicted of felony possession of cocaine.

• Devonta Marquise Beatty was convicted of felony larceny from the person.

• April Killian Chambers was convicted of felony forgery of instrument.

• Brandon Tyler Ingle was convicted of felony breaking or entering and felony larceny.

• Christopher Joseph Mercado was convicted of felony possession of cocaine.

• Destiny Julia Ann Minton was convicted of felony breaking or entering and felony larceny.

• Patrick Kelly Mull was convicted of two counts of felony common law robbery.

• Ryan Brandon Pressley was convicted of felony possession of stolen motor vehicle, felony speed to elude arrest, Driving While Impaired (DWI) and driving while license revoked.

• Seairra Lynn Silcox was convicted of felony sell methamphetamine.

• Jermario Demotae Weaver was convicted of felony possession of cocaine.

• Christopher Shane Weller was convicted of felony manufacture marijuana.

• Jerry Allen Young was convicted of felony possession of firearm by felon.

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