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    IN ATLANTA FESTIVAL ?? These boys and girls selected from the 92 members of the Upchurch Junior High
School Chorus will participate in the Great American Choral Festival in Atlanta, Ga. , January 21-23. They will be
^ accompanied by the Upchurch choral director, Anne B. Freeze, and the chorus's accompanist, Chris Watkins.
9 While in Atlanta they also will dine at Peachtree Plaza, and visit Omni and other attractions besides participating
in the festival activities. The selected singers are, front, L-R - Brett McDaniels, Brad Edwards, Chris Huffman,
and Lew Upchurch. Second row, L-R ?? Michelle Musselwhite, Rhonda Malloy, Bunkye Williams. Reggie Shaw.
Michael Baker. Eric McLaughlin, Lisa Butler, and Mary Emily McDonald. Third. L-R ~ Earlina Capps. Guy
Tillman. Meredith Williams. Sammy Scriven, Mackey McDonald, Todd Odom, Todd Clark. Rodney Newton.
Christi Williamson. Tonya Homsby, and Lisa Barefoot. Rear, L-R ~ Kim Payne. Beth Archer, Tonya Bruton.
Sam Hagins. Donny Henderson. Randall Matthews. Tony Brasier, Tripp Simpson. Steven Jacobs. Laurie Byrd.
and Amy Black. The others selected but not in the picture are Kelly Chalaire and Carla Oxendine. ( Staff Photo.]
In District Court
DUI, Welfare Fraud
Cases Are Heard
Waldorf G. Crowley, Rt. 2.
Raeford, assault on a female,
voluntary dismissal on request of
I the prosecuting witness.
The following judgments were
issued Friday.
Lawrence Stanton. Rt. 3. Max
ton. two counts of larceny, six to 12
months each to run consecutively,
suspended probation for three
years. $200 and costs, and not go
on the premises of the prosecuting
witness. R&R Outfitters and
Cato's for three years.
k Ervin Hammonds. Rt. 1, Shan
?non. driving without a license, and
driving under the influence, six
months suspended, probation for
two years. SI 75 and costs, and not
drive till properly licensed.
Johnny Shelton Blue. Rt. 3,
Raeford. driving under the in
fluence, W days suspended for 12
months, probation for 12 months,
driving privilege granted, and com
plete successfully with 75 days the
kDrug and Alcohol Abuse School.
* Alfred McPhaul. Rt. 1. Red
Springs, driving under the in
fluence, and speeding 50 in a 35
zone, six months suspended for 12
months, probation for 12 months.
S200 and costs, surrender license
and not drive, limited-driving privi
lege granted, and complete success
fully within 75 days the Drug and
Alcohol Abuse School.
Donald Miles. Rt. 1. Shannon.
| tailing to drive on the right, and
failing to stop at the scene of an
accident, six months suspended for
two years, probation for two years.
SI 50 and costs.
A.D. Smith. Jr.. stop-light viola
tion. S10 and costs.
Berlean Ann Fairley, Aberdeen,
larceny. 12 to 18 months suspended
for three years, probation for three
years. SI 50 and costs and not go on
the premises of the prosecuting
t witness. R&R Outfitters, for three
' years.
Rosa Mae Johnson. Southern
Pines, larceny, two counts. 12 to 18
months, suspended for three years,
probation for three years, $150 and
costs, and not go on the premises of
the prosecuting witnesses. R&R
Outfitters and Cato's, for three
years.
Steven Allen McLauchlin, Rae
Lford. driving under the influence,
no operator's license, and careless
and reckless driving, six months
suspended for 12 months, proba
tion for 12 months, $175 and costs,
and not drive for 12 months.
Kenneth Dean Locklear. Rt. I.
Shannon, possession of marijuana,
$50 and costs.
Bernie Lee Hamilton, Rt. 3,
Raeford, assault, found not guilty,
prosecuting witness to pay for
frivolous and malicious prosecu
tion.
Billy Franklin Koonce. Rt. 2.
Raeford. speeding 55 in a 45 zone.
$5 and costs.
Cammie Wall. Rt. I. Shannon,
intoxicated and disruptive, three
days retroactive to date of arrest.
Charles Dewey McCallum. Rae
ford. communicating a threat,
prayer for judgment continued,
costs.
i) Jeffcry Baldwin. Raeford. lar
ceny. pleaded not guilty, found
guilty. 30 days; defendant gave
notice of appeal.
Michael Wayne McDougald.
Raeford. larceny pleaded not
guilty, found guilty. 30 days;
defendant gave notice of appeal.
Cleveland Alexander Patterson,
Raeford. larceny pleaded not guil
ty. found guilty, 30 days; defendant
gave notice of appeal.
* Dwayne Earnest Beatty. Rae
ford, larceny, pleaded not guilty.
30 days; defendant gave notice of
appeal.
Willie Tyrone McPhatter. Rt. 4.
Raeford, larceny, pleaded not guil
ty. found guilty; defendant gave
notice of appeal.
Rita Hardison Baker. Rt. 4.
Raeford. driving under the in
fluence. 90 days suspended for 12
months. SI50 and costs, surrender
license and not drive for 12 months,
limited-driving privilege granted,
and complete successfully within 75
days the Drug and Alcohol Abuse
School .
Alton Locklear. Rt. I. Aberdeen,
possessing stolen goods, six to eight
months.
James Henegan. Raeford, ob
taining drugs by fraud. 57 days;
defendant has already served sen
tence.
James Byrd. also known as James
Landon. Raeford, felonious lar
ceny. six months to two years,
credited with time spent in jail; the
court recommends the defendant
be given the option of serving the
sentence under the work-release
program; stealing a check, six to 12
months, to start at the expiration of
the other sentence.
The following judgments were
issued Thursday in Hoke County
District Court.
Marvin Leonard McKinnon,
Raeford, driving under the in
fluence, 30 days, and surrender
license; credit given for two days
spent in custody awaiting trial.
James Kemp Posey, Rt. 2.
Raeford, careless and reckless driv
ing. voluntary dismissal by the
prosecutor: defendant pleaded
guilty to a related charge driving
under the influence, 90 days sus
pended for 12 months, $150 and
costs, surrender license and not
drive for 12 months (left open for
limited-driving privilege), and
complete successfully within 75
days the Drug and Alcohol Abuse
School.
Delois Bullard, Rt. 1, Red
Springs, welfare fraud, six to 12
months suspended for three years.
probation for three years, $508
restitution to the Hoke County
Department of Social Services, and
costs.
Anna Denise Thomas, Rt. 1,
Raeford, larceny, 90 days suspend
ed for three years, probation for
three years, $100 and costs, and not
go on the premises of the prosecut
ing witness (Macks Stores) for three
years.
Gwendolyn E. Stewart, Pine
hurst. converting U.S. government
property of the National Guard to
own use, pleaded not guilty, found
guilty, prayer for judgment con
tinued on condition the defendant
make an accounting of all proper
ties belonging to the National
Guard and turn them over to Sgt.
Brown, and pay court costs.
Dennis Little, Rt. 1, Raeford,
failing to stop for a red light,
pleaded not guilty, found guilty,
prayer for judgement continued,
costs; costs remitted; driving while
license revoked, voluntary dismis
sal.
Larry McCalum, Raeford. tow
ing vehicle not firmly attached to
prevent snaking, 30 days suspend
ed, $25 and costs.
Michael Lemons, Burlington,
speeding 50 in a 35 zone, prayer for
judgment continued, costs.
Bruce Kevin Gardner. Rt. 2,
Raeford, driving under the in
fluence, speeding over 100 in a 45
zone, and failing to stop in
obedience to a police blue light and
siren, six months suspended for 12
months, $400 and costs, surrender
license and not drive for 12 months
except as provided for by law;
transporting an alcoholic beverages
container with seal broken, volun
tary dismissal.
Gladys Bernice Harris, Rt. 3,
Raeford, shoplifting, 90 days sus
pended for three years, probation
for three years. $100 and costs, and
not go on the premises of the
prosecuting witness (A&P) for
three years.
LAW For Laypersons
. North Carolina's General Sta
tutes provide that if you reside in
this state, you may seek relief from
acts of domestic violence by filing a
civil action in the District Court of
the area in which you live. The
court thereafter may grant yoi. a
protective order directed against
the person who has caused or
attempted to cause you injury, or
who has threatened to injure you.
The protective order may be issued
against your past or present spouse
or against a person of the opposite
sex with whom you are living'
together or have lived together as if
married. If the acts of violence
reoccur, a law enforcement officer,
who has been shown the protective
order and has reasonable cause to
believe that certain provisions of
the order have been violated, must
arrest and take into custody the
offending person and then bring
him or her before an appropriate
District Court Judge to snow cause
why he or she should not be held in
civil contempt.
The occurrence of domestic vio
lence is often unpredictable and
may come at any time. A protective
order may therefore be needed very
quickly in order to protect the
victim from suffering violence
again, but justice sometimes works
very slowly. Realizing the need for
quick action in matters of domestic
relations, the North Carolina Gene
ral Assembly provided for emer
gency relief if a victim of domestic
violence believes there is a danger
of serious and immediate injury to
himself or herself. In such a proper
case, the court must hold the
hearing on the granting of the
protective order within ten days of
the filing of the motion for emer
gency relief.
Naturally, much can happen in
the ten day period before the
emergency hearing takes place.
The Domestic Violence Act there
fore provides that the court may
upon a finding of a good cause
enter any temporary orders it
deems necessary to protect the
victim or minor children until the
actual hearing takes place. A
finding of immediate and present
danger of acts of domestic violence
against the victim or minor chil
dren constitutes the good cause
necessary for the entry of this
temporary protective order.
"This article is written as a matter
of general interest only. It is not to
be construed as legal advice, and
you should not rely on the state
ments made in the article to govern
your actions in any specific case. If
you have a particular question or
problem, you should contact an
attorney. "
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