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This week's felony convictions

June 15, 2012

The following defendants were convicted of felony offenses and sentenced this week in Catawba County Criminal Superior Court.

* Samuel John Hull, 18, of Claremont, was convicted of five counts of felony breaking or entering and four counts of felony larceny and was sentenced to 5-6 months in the Division of Adult Correction.

* Shawn Markevious Mayfield, 20, of Hickory, was convicted of two counts of felony breaking or entering, two counts of felony attempted breaking or entering and
felony possession with intent to sell and deliver cocaine and was sentenced to 8-10 months in the Division of Adult Correction.

* Christopher Clayton Ward, 35, of Catawba, was convicted of four counts of felony breaking or entering, four counts of felony larceny and four counts of felony injure building / fence / wall and was sentenced to 32-40 months in the Division of Adult Correction.

* Brad William Hughes, 24, of Newton, was convicted of felony possession of stolen goods.

* Jamar Monte James, 31, of Claremont, was convicted of
felony possession of marijuana.

* John Marshall Shook, 22, of Claremont, was convicted of four counts of felony breaking or entering and four counts of felony larceny.

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