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Judges sentence 22 in criminal court

March 9, 2012


Area judges convicted 22 defendants during the week of Criminal Superior Court held March 5-9 in Catawba County.
The following citizens were sentenced.


*Marcus Alexander Belcher, 19, of Conover, was convicted of felony common law robbery and felony second-degree kidnapping and was sentenced to a split sentence of 90 days active, followed by 30 months of supervised probation.

* Michael Ray Brown, 28, of Hickory, was convicted of felony breaking and entering a motor vehicle (two counts) and felony habitual felon and was sentenced to no less than 76 months and no more than 101 months in prison.

* Stephanie Nicole Day, 32, of Catawba, was convicted of felony possession of methamphetamine and was sentenced to no less than five months and no more than six months in prison.

* Johnnie Leroy Lail, 23, of Hickory, was convicted of felony obtain property by false pretense (two counts) and was sentenced to no less than nine months and no more than 11 months in prison.

* Cornelius Eli Larue, 23, of Newton, was convicted of felony breaking or entering and felony larceny and was sentenced to no less than five months and no more than six months in prison.

* Randy Keith Long, 31, of Hickory, was convicted of felony forgery and felony uttering and was sentenced to no less than nine months and no more than 11 months in prison.

* John Joseph Maher, 61, of Hickory, was convicted of felony first degree rape of a child, felony first degree sex offense with a child and felony indecent liberties with a child and was sentenced to no less than 168 months and no more than 211 months in prison.

* Joshua Nathaniel Jones, 23, of Hickory, was convicted of felony trafficking cocaine (three counts) and felony sell cocaine (two counts) and was sentenced to no less than 35 months and no more than 42 months in prison.

* De’Andre Ventredous Killebrew, 21, of Charlotte, was convicted of felony common law robbery and was sentenced to no less than 10 months and no more than 12 months in prison.

* Jonathan Andres Mazo Lopez, 27, of Newton, was convicted of felony attempted trafficking cocaine and felony maintain dwelling for controlled substance and was sentenced to no less than 10 months and no more than 12 months in prison.

* Alma Letica Avalos Martinez, 31, of Newton, was convicted of felony attempted trafficking cocaine and was sentenced to no less than 10 months and no more than 12 months in prison.

* Stephanie Danielle Metcalf, 25, of Hickory, was convicted of felony possession of heroin and was sentenced to no less than four months and no more than five months in prison.  

* Joshua Dean Perryman, 25, of Hickory, was convicted of felony possession of a stolen motor vehicle and was sentenced to no less than 10 months and no more than 12 months in prison.

* Mark Anthony Wilkinson, 32, of Hickory, was convicted of felony larceny and was sentenced to no less than 11 months and no more than 14 months in prison.

* Lisa Blanton Arrowood, 41, of Kings Mountain, was convicted of felony obtain property by false pretense.

* Samuel Eugene Frye, 56 of Hickory, was convicted of felony possession of cocaine.

* Christopher Craig Helms, 23, of Newton, was convicted of felony breaking or entering (two counts), felony larceny and felony possession of burglary tools.

* Kevin Daniel Ingle, 35, of Newton, was convicted of felony manufacture marijuana.

* Jeffery Benjamin Killian, 33, of Hickory, was convicted of felony possession with intent to sell and deliver cocaine and felony maintain a dwelling for controlled substance.

* James Ernest Lineberger, 68, of Catawba, was convicted of felony possession of cocaine.

* Marilyn Clark Seawell, 25, of Hickory, was convicted of felony larceny (two counts).

* Robin Renea Smith, 45, of Hickory, was convicted of felony obtain property by false pretense.

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