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tax paid liquor and possession of tax
paid liquor for sale. Nol pros with
leave.
David Lee McKoy, n/m/28, Fail to
reduce speed. Prayer for judgment
continued on payment of cost.
David Lee Wilder, w/m/24, carrying
concealed weapon. Not guilty.
Kenneth Perry, n/m/16, speeding.
$10.00 fine and costs.
Odel Otis Miller, n/m/69, aid and
abett speeding, careless and reckless,
fail to stop for blue light and siren.
$50.00 fine and costs.
Russell Edward Pergerson, w/m/18,
improper mufflers. Prayer for judg
ment continued on payment of costs.
Zenobie Baker Watson, w/f/61,
driving wrong side of road. Prayer for
judgment continued on payment of
costs.
Haywood Lawrence, n/m/18, im
proper equipment. Prayer for judg
ment continued on payment of costs.
Haywood Lawrence, n/m/18, im
proper mufflers. Prayer for judgment
continued on payment of costs. ?>
demons Richardson, n/m, assault.
Prayer for judgment continued on
payment of costs.
Gem Perry, n/m/61, operating auto
intoxicated. To surrender driver's li
cense for 12 months and not operate a
motor vehicle on the highways of N.
C. for that period and pay a fine of
$100.00 and costs.
Lena Woodlief Murray, w/f/57,
driving wrong side of road. Nol pros
with leave.
Morris Stanley. Ray, w/m/72, fail to
reduce speed to avoid accident. Nol
pros with leave.
George Henderson, n/m, no opera
tor's license; driving left side of road.
60 days in jail, suspended for 12
months; not to operate a motor ve
hicle on N. C. highways until properly
licensed and not violate any of the
motor vehicle laws of N. C. for 12
months; that he remain gainfully em
ployed and pay a fine of $25.00 and
costs. Defendant having failed to com
ply, he was ordered committed to jail.
Steven Edward fCing, w/m/25, leav
ing scene of accident. Prayer for judg
- ment continued for 2 years on condi
tion he not violate any motor vehicle
laws and pay costs.
Eugene Arrington, Jr., n/m/40,
operating auto intoxicated. 60 days in
jail, suspended for 12 months on
condition he surrender his driver's
license for 12 months and not o'pltate
a motor vehicle on the N. C. highways
except as allowed in Restricted Driving
Privileges, and pay a fine of $100.00
and costs.
Thaddies Edward Harris, n/m/34,
drunk driving. 60 days in jail, suspend
ed for 12 months on condition he
surrender his driver's license for 12
months and not operate a motor ve
hicle on the N. C. highways except as
allowed in Restricted Driving Privi
leges. and pay. a fine of $100.00 and
costs. ?
OllieJunior Lynch, n/m/34, operat
ing auto intoxicated. 60 days in jail,
suspended for 12 months on condition
he surrender his driver's license for 12
months and not operate a motor ve
hicle on the N. C. highways except as
allowed in Restricted Driving Prive
leges, and pay a fine of $100.00 and
costs.
Virgie Short Abbott, w/f/31, pass
ing violation. Not guilty.
Samuel M. Cupp, w/m/38, driving
without valid N. C. license. Not guilty.
Charles Ray Rogers, n/m, posse
ssion of tax paid liquor and possession
of tax paid liquor for sale. Nol pros
with leave.
Jackie Jannette Edwards, w/f/17,
driving wrong side of road. Prayer for
judgment continued on payment of
costs.
Hallie Griffin, w/m, assault with
deadly weapon. Prayer for judgment
continued for 2 years on payment of
costs and to remain of good behavior,
not violate any criminal laws of N. C.,
keep the peace toward all persons,
especially Morris Colbert .
Louis Kearney, n/m/29, public
drunkeness; possession non tax paid
liquor. $10.00 fine nd costs.
Jimmy Ray Dupree. w/m/22, care
less and reckless driving. $25.00 fine
and costs.
Henry P. Hill, w/m/23, assault on
female. Prayer for judgment continued
for 12 months on condition defendant
remain of good behavior, keep the
peace toward all, especially Mrs. Beu
lah Taylor, and pay the costs.
John Richard Edwards, w/m/22,
speeding. Prayer for judgment continu
ed on payment of costs.
Arthur Len Edgerton, n/m/37,
operating auto intoxicated. 60 days in
jail, suspended for 12 months on
condition he surrender his driver's
license for 12 months and not operate
a motor vehicle on the public high
ways of N. C. except as allowed in
Restricted Driving Privileges and pay a
fine of $100.00 and costs.
Patricia Lester Adams, w/m/18, fail
to movement could be made in safety.
Prayer for judgment continued on
payment of costs.
Leonard Marion Hawkins, n/m/43,
driving wrong side of road. $10.00 fine
and costs.
William Green, n/m, G. S. 18-48; G.
S. 18-50. Nol pros with leave.
Johnny Ray Gupton, w/m/18, fail
to reduce speed. Not guilty
Felix Davis, n/m/67, safe move
ment violation. Not guilty.
Shirley W. Godfrey, assault with
intent to kill. Nolle pros.
Sylvia Ann Champion, w/f/20, safe
movement violation. Prayer for judg
ment continued on payment of costs.
Furman Perry Davis, w/m/38,
operating auto intoxicated. 60 days in
jail, suspended for 12 months on
condition he surrender his operator's
license for 12 months and not operate
a motor vehicle on the public high
ways of N. C. for 12 months except as
allowed in Restricted Driving Privileges
and pay $100.00 fine and cods.
Clarence Kingsbury, n/m/19, as
sault with a deadly weapon. 60 days in
jail. Notice of appeal to Superior
Court. Bond set at $200.00.
William Closs, n/m/54, assault on
female. 60 days in jail. Notice of
appeal bond set at $150.00.
William Atkins Jones. Jr., w/m/28,
operating auto intoxicated. To sur
render his operator's license for 12
months and not operate a motor ve
hicle on the public highways during
that period: to pay $100.00 fine and
costs. Notice of appeal: bond set at
S150.00.
Willie Ellis Yarborough, n/m/37,
driving under influence. 60 days in jail,
suspended for 2 years on condition he
surrender his operator's license for 12
months, and pay a fine of $150.00 and
costs. Notice of appeal - bond set at
$200.00.
Larry Collins Shearin, w/m/17,
driving wrong side of road. To pay
costs. Notice of appeal - bond set at
$50.00.
Marty Marion Woody, w/m/23,
speeding. $50.00 fine and costs. No
tice of appeal. Bond set at $100.00.
Joseph Collins Perry, n/m/30, ope
rating auto intoxicated; no operator's
license; improper registration. Not
guilty to no operator's license. To ?
surrender his operator's license for 12
months and pay $100.00 fine and
costs. Notice of appeal. Bond set at
$150.00.
James Lee Piper, w/m/21, operating
auto intoxicated. 60 days in jail, sus
pended on payment of $100.00 fine
and costs; to surrender his operator's
license for 12 months. Notice of ap
peal - bond set at $200.00.
Charlie Clifton Perry, w/m/32, driv
ing under influence. 60 days in jail,
suspended for 12 months; to surrender
operator's license for 12 months, pay a
fine of $100.00 and costs. Notice of
appeal - bond set at $200.00.
Freddie Piper, w/m, assault on fe
male. 60 days in jail. Notice of appeal
Bond set at $250.00.
Freddie Piper, w/m, assault on fe
male. 60 days in jail. Notice of appeal.
Bond set at $250.00.
Essie Mae Harrison, n/f, possession
tax paid liquor and possession for sale.
6 months in jail Notice of appeal.
Bond set at $150.00.
Russell M. Thome, n/m/56, hit and
run; personal injuries. Bound over to
Superior Court under $250.00 bond.
Jack Ray, w/m/19, breaking, enter
ing; larceny. Preliminary hearing waiv
ed. Bound over to Superior Court
under $500.00 bon^
Sam Epps, Jr., n/m/21. operating
auto intoxicated. To surrender his
operator's license for 12 months and
pay $100.00 fine and costs. Notice of
appeal - bond set at $250.00.
All other defendants on the docket
pleaded guilty under waiver statute.
Eugene Washington Pernell.
w/m/38, public drunkeness. Paid costs.
All of these defendants were charg
ed with motor vehicle violations and
each paid costs of court: Lawrence
Lelon Watkins. w/m/57; Glenn Row
land Moss, Jr.. w/m; Irene Wheles.
Ray, w/f/50; Sant Garnold Leonard,
w/m/57; George Lee Newhouse,
w/m/30; Joel Nello Shearon. Jr.,
w/m/18; Franklin McAuthur Pleasant.
w/m/25; Samuel Jo net Gay, Jr., n/m;
Elmo Ballard Frazier, w/m/55; Walter
Lee Allen; Harold Ray Allen, Jr.,
w/M/19; Ronald Eugene Jacob*,
n/m/19; Henry Eaton, n/m/47; Corne
lius Darrell Perry, n/m/18.
Charles Marvin Williams, Jr.,
w/m/23, improper equipment. Paid
$15.00 fine and costs.
The following were charged with
speeding and each paid $5.00 fine and
costs: Loyet Oakley, w/m/50; Joe
Neverson Turner, w/m/45; William
Herbert Perry, Jr., w/m/24; Yronne
Lindsey Timberiajte, w/f/34; Bunnie
Ellis Lloyd, w/m/47; Tommy Grey
Rowe. w/m/30; John Cheatum Alston,
n/m/29; William Clark Anderson, Jr.,
w/m/29;
The following each paid $5.00 fine
and costs for public drunkeness; Joe
Smith, n/m/24; Edward Stuart Alston,
n/m/45; Dock Lucious Alston,
n/m/42: Vernia S. Alston, n/f/36; Jim
my Bobbitt. n/m; James Brooks, n/m.
Harvey James Ludlow, n/tn/28 and
John Earl Cook, n/m, each paid
$25.00 fine and costs for driving with
out valid N. C. license.
Charged with wrothless checks and
each paying the amount of the check
and costs of court were: Wilson Finch
(2 cases) w/m; Frances Perry, n/m, and
Sam Gay, Jr.. n/m.
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