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Leland Man Gets 4 Years
In Prison For Two Break-Ins
A 22-year-old Ix'land man was sentenced to four
years in prison last week after pleading guilty in
Brunswick County Superior Court to two counts each of
misdemeanor breaking and entering and larceny.
Robert Nelson Justice Jr. of Old Mill Mobile Home
Park was the only defendant sentenced to an active
prison term during an abbreviated one-day session of su
perior court last Monday (April 18).
Judge Knox Jenkins presided. Assistant District
Attorney lx-e Bollinger prosecuted. Lisa Aycock served
as courtroom clerk.
Justice was given consecutive two-year sentences on
the two charges. He also admitted violating probation on
a previous conviction and was ordered to serve a modi
fied five-year prison sentence.
In other superior court action:
? Mary Jane Hudson, 42, of Seawinds. Supply,
pleaded guilty to two counts each of possession with in
tent to sell and deliver a controlled substance and two
counts of selling and delivering a controlled substance
and one charge of maintaining a dwelling for the pur
pose of keeping a controlled substance. She was sen
tenced to five years in prison, suspended five years on
the condition that she pay court costs and $400 for her
court-appointed lawyer. She was put on supervised pro
bation for five years and ordered to perform 75 hours of
? Gary Lec Walrath. 38, of Route 2. Supply, plead
ed guilty to two counts each of possession with intent to
sell and deliver marijuana and selling and delivering
marijuana. I le was given a five-year suspended sentence
and five years supervised probation. He was ordered to
pay the costs of court and to spend 14 days in the Bruns
wick County Jail on weekends.
? Jeremy Craig Stanley, 18, of Salt Works Lane,
Shallottc, pleaded no contest to a charge of attempted
breaking and entering. He was given a two-year sus
pended sentence and ordered to pay court costs and
$277 restitution. He was put on unsupervised probation
for two years.
? Stephen Neil Duncan, 16, of Joy Avenue, Supply
pleaded no contest to one count of misdemeanor posses
sion of stolen goods. He had been charged with felo
nious larceny and possession of stolen goods and accept
ed a plea bargain to a lesser offense. He was given a
two-year prison sentence, suspended five years on the
conditio^ that he pay court costs and $3,800 restitution
to his victim. He was ordered to perform 48 hours of
community service work for the Shallottc Rescue Squad
within 60 days. Duncan was put on supervised probation
for three years.
? Vlatlhew Joseph White. 25. of Riegclwood plead
ed guilty to charges of driving while his license was re
voked and failure to reduce speed. He was sentenced to
60 days in jail, suspended on the condition that he pay
court costs and $400 in attorney fees. He was put on un
supervised probation for 12 months.
? Tina L. Allen, 22, of Stuart Ave, Southport,
pleaded no contest to misdemeanor possession of stolen
goods. She was sentenced to two years in prison, sus
pended on the condition that he pay court costs, attorney
fees and restitution to his victim. He was put on super
vised probation for three years.
? Oma Jean Allen, 42, of Stuart Avenue, Southport
pleaded no contest to felonious possession of stolen
goods and was sentenced to three years in prison, sus
pended on payment of court costs, restitution and attor
ney fees. Allen was put on probation for three years.
? Edward Lamont Moore. 49, of Fairhaven Court.
Leland, pleaded guilty to second degree trespass.
Charges of drunk and disruptive and communicating
threats were dropped in a plea bargain. He was sen
tenced to 60 days in jail, suspended on the condition that
he pay court costs and that he not go upon the premises
of his victims. He was put on unsupervised probation for
? Michael David Davis, 30, of Bolivia pleaded
guilty to a charge of driving without a license. He had
been accused of driving while his license was revoked
and agreed to plead guilty to the lesser charge in i r>lea
bargain arrangement. The judge agreed to allow a prayer
for judgment continued on payment of court costs.
? Gregory Keith Moore of Burlington Avenue,
Southport, asked the judge to remove him from proba
tion and to activate the six-year prison sentence imposed
in a December 1993 cocaine possession conviction. The
motion was allowed.
? Jerry Dale Nobles, 20, of Natures Mobile Home
Park, Leland. admitted violating the terms of his proba
tion and was sentenced to three consecutive weekends in
the Brunswick County Jail.
? Jerome Smith, 22, of Route 2. Bolivia, admitted
violating the terms of his probation and was allowed to
continue on probation on the condition that he pay $100
in attorney fees.
? Nizar Yusuf Yousef, 23, of Wilmington pleaded
no contest to two counts of allowing an alcoholic bever
age on his premises. A prayer for judgment continued
was allowed on the condition that he pay court costs.
? Stephen Michael Faccidomo of Peterborough,
N.H., pleaded guilty to three counts of felonious mari
juana possession. Three charges of conspiracy to traffic
in controlled substances were dropped in a plea bargain.
He was sentenced to six years, suspended on the condi
tion that he pay a $5,000 fine, court costs and that he
testify truthfully against co-defendants.
Fayetteville Retiree Is Victim Of
Seashore Road Break-In, Larceny
About worth of property
stolen during a break-in and larceny
on Seashore Road near Holden
Beach Thursday night, according to
a crime report on file at the
Brunswick County Sheriff's Depart
The 69-year-old Fayetteville re
tiree who owns the double-wide mo
bile home told Deputy Jerry Gray
that his nephew had visited the trail
er Thursday afternoon and found
everything in order. The break-in
was discovered Friday evening at
about 7 o'clock.
Missing from the trailer were two
color television sets, a microwave
oven and an air mattress.
It appears the thief or thieves en
tered the trailer by kicking in the
front door. The suspects caused
about $ 1.3(H) damage to the doors,
dishes, walls, floors and mirrors, the
Deputy CJray said he found a
Budweiser beer bottle and a beer can
that were apparently brought in by
the perpetrators. These were re
trieved for fingerprint analysis.
An investigation into the break-in
continues. In other crime reports:
? Someone pried open the rear
door of a mobile home on Canna
Place in Shell Point Recreational
Village and made off with a refriger
ator. a vacuum cleaner, a color tele
vision and assorted bed linens re
cently. The owner told Deputy
Rebekah McDonald that he arrived
home to find two set of steps to his
trailer had been moved out into the
yard. He also found the rear door
open. "Evidently the suspccts had
moved the steps to the rear but were
unable to move the refrigerator out,
so they moved front steps and re
moved the items," the report said.
? A 30-horsepower Evinrude out
board motor was stolen off a boat
parked on Sunset Drive in Sunset
Harbor recently. The Inman, S.C.,
man who owns the home told
McDonald that a neighbor called
him on April 16 and told him his
motor was gone. It appears that the
thieves unbolted the motor with a
wrench that they brought to the
scene. It was retrieved for evidence.
? Two 14-year-olds are suspected
of breaking into the Leland Middle
School Friday night and stealing a
calculator, a desk clock a gold chain
and a "spell checker," Deputy Matt
Jesson reported. A woman saw the
two males climbing out a window at
the school. She called 911 and later
gave Jesson a description of the sus
? A man who lives on Boones
Neck Road, Supply, told Detective
Lt. Donnell Marlowe that his wife
forged his name on an application
for a credit card, then used it to
charge more than $2,9(H) worth of
goods and services. One of the bills
charged to the account was a $2,(KX)
payment to a Wilmington lawyer.
DISTRICT COURT JUDGE
Serving Brunswick, Bladen & Columbus Counties
J 21 years in the Practice of Law J Member of the Whiteville First Baptist Church
Assistant District Attorney for 15 years ,
Private Law Practiec for 6 years. " Mamed with four sons
/ 1972 Graduate of the UNC School of Law. ^ Active in ^ Scout ^dership and
? Started DARE program in county and city schools.
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