Tuesday Afternoon Court Cases

| January 21, 2013
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A Carrollton resident is scheduled for a probation violation hearing.  Joshua Fizer, 20, was sentenced to five years of probation after he pleaded guilty to Burglary and Unlawful Use of a Weapon in November of 2011.  He will appear in a Lafayette County Courtroom at 1:15.

A second probation violation hearing is also scheduled at that time.  Joshua Gilpin, 30, is currently serving five years probation for charges of burglary and tampering with a motor vehicle.  Gilpin posted at $15,000.00 personal recognizance bond in November.

The pre-trial conference for a Sedalia man will get underway at 1:30.  Jamauhle Brown, 31, will also be present for a hearing in a separate case.  He is accused of murdering Michael Smith.  Charges against Brown include murder, armed criminal action, and burglary.  He is charged with assault and armed criminal action in the second case.

A Galt resident charged with murder is scheduled to appear.  Patrick Courtney, 34, was charged with murder after he allegedly shot Christopher Molloy, 32, following an altercation in September.  Courtney’s preliminary hearing will get underway at 1:30 in a Grundy County courtroom.

The sentencing for an Odessa man will be held Tuesday afternoon.  Michael Morris, 49, was found guilty in December of driving while intoxicated – persistent offender and leaving the scene of an accident.  He is scheduled to appear in a Lafayette County Courtroom at 3:00.  Morris is also facing felony charges of 2nd degree murder, elder abuse, and domestic assault in a separate case.

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