November Court Felony Docket

William Alex Branthoover III, 31, admitted to violation of one of the conditions of his probation. The original charges, filed on Oct. 1, 2016, were for driving while license revoked (habitual offender), and DUI – causing damage to person or property. The judge adjudicated Branthoover guilty, revoked and terminated his probation, and sentenced him to 11 months and 29 days in the county jail, with credit given for 144 days served.

Kyle Harvey Carter, 28, entered a plea of no contest to four charges. The charges were driving while license suspended (a first-degree misdemeanor), refusal to sign summons, grand theft of motor vehicle, and grand theft. The judge adjudicated Carter guilty of all charges and sentenced him to two years probation, with the condition that he first complete a nine-month treatment program to help him transition back into society as a productive member. Other conditions were that he not use illegal drugs, submit to random urinalysis tests, and pay restitution. He was credited with 91 days served.

Jacob Dehner Diehl, 30, entered a plea of no contest to the lesser included charge of trespassing on a dwelling (the original charge was burglary of a structure), and criminal mischief under $200. He also admitted to violation of a domestic violence injunction. The judge adjudicated Diehl guilty and sentenced him to a year of probation with the condition that he have only peaceful contact with his mother. She sentenced him to 78 days in jail for violation of the injunction and credited him with 78 days served. The state dropped a fourth charge of petit theft. The judge warned that if he violated his probation, he could be sentenced to 11 months, 29 days in jail.

Marquice Serial Dobson, 27, convicted by a jury of the lesser included charge of felony battery. The original charge was aggravated battery with a deadly weapon and causing great bodily harm. The judge adjudicated him guilty and sentenced him to five years with the Department of Corrections.

Jill Marie Marotta, 45, entered a plea of no contest to the lesser included charge of delivery of cannabis, a third-degree offense punishable by up to five years in prison. The original charge was possession of contraband at state correctional institution. The judge adjudicated her guilty and sentenced her to 30 days in the county jail, with one day credit for time served.

Christian Anthony Miller, 26, entered a plea of no contest to grand theft of motor vehicle and petit theft. The judge adjudicated him guilty and sentenced him to three years of probation, with restitution ordered. The judge warned that if he violated probation and the court determined that the violation was willful and substantial, he could be sentenced for up to five years in prison.

Terrence Lashawn Moore, 29, admitted to violation of one of the conditions of his probation. The original charge, filed on July 5, 2016, was for the sale, delivery or possession of controlled substance with intent to sell or deliver. The judge adjudicated him guilty, revoked and terminated his probation, and sentenced him to 11 months and 29 days in the county jail, with 226 days credited for time served.

Alex Leland Risley, 28, entered a plea of no contest to burglary of a structure and possession of burglary tools. The judge adjudicated him guilty and sentenced him to 90 days in the county jail with credit for 32 days served, to be followed by five years of probation. Additional conditions included 200 hours of community service and restitution was ordered. The state dropped a charge of criminal mischief $200 to $1,000. The judge warned that he violated the probation, he could have faced up to 10 years in prison.