Most people are goal-oriented and need “something” to look forward to. That “som…

By October 9, 2019Blog
Most people are goal-oriented and need “something” to look forward to. That “something” doesn’t have to be anything extravagant either. It can be just a few days off from work to catch up on some much-needed rest or knock out that “honey-do” list or even finish that book you’ve been dying to see how it will end. It could simply be going out of town for the weekend to that favorite location or to spend time with loved ones. Maybe it’s to have a cook-out with family or friends where you get to show off your barbecue skills or binge-watching that favorite show. Whatever the reason, that “something” is very important to us in many different ways. It gives us motivation and a little hope for the future. It drives us to get up every day and get on with our lives knowing that each day passed is a day closer to that “something” that we have been looking forward to. That “something” gives us excitement, joy, and happiness that is vital for our very own sanity. Luckily, for most of us, that “something” is not a release date from the Southern Regional Jail.

Jeffrey G. Tait Jr. – Leaving the Scene with Property Damage, Receiving Stolen Property (Felony)

James R. Spence – Destruction of Property, Malicious Wounding, Unlawful Detention

Bobbie K. Williams – Possession of a Controlled Substance x 2

Javon D. Lampkin – Possession of a Controlled Substance (Heroin), Possession of a Controlled Substance (Marijuana)

Stephen L. Williams – Strangulation

Lashawn D. Shelton – Strangulation, Domestic Battery

Franklin D. Acord Jr. – 1st Degree Robbery, Conspiracy to Commit a Felony

Christy D. Duncan – Possession of a Controlled Substance

Donald R. Abner – Forgery x 2, Felony Conspiracy, Receive/Transfer Stolen Property, Misdemeanor Conspiracy

James E. Cook – Escape, Obstructing, Possession of a Controlled Substance (Meth Sch. II)

Heather M. Foley – Possession of a Controlled Substance ( Meth Sch. II)

Jeanine L. Jones – DUI 2nd, Driving Revoked for DUI 1st Offense, Driving Suspended 1st Offence

Darrell J. Fowler – Retaliation on Public Official, Obstructing, Public Intoxication

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