Preliminary docket set for upcoming week
by Chance Wright
Nov 19, 2012 | 3512 views | 0 0 comments | 12 12 recommendations | email to a friend | print
After a busy week two of the 2012 fall session of the Bolivar County 2nd Judicial District Circuit Court, mainly consisting of hearing and accepting pleas, a preliminary docket has been set for the upcoming week.

In observance of the Thanksgiving holidays, court will not be in session on Thursday and Friday. All cases listed on the docket are preliminary and may be shifted around by order of the court.

Headlining next week's cases is the State of Mississippi vs. Terrance Graham.

Graham, 20, of 800 Levee St. in Rosedale was indicted by the grand jury on charges of attempted rape.

The charges arise from an incident that occurred on May 6, 2011, in Rosedale where he allegedly forced a female into a bathroom, turned off the lights and attempted to remove her clothing against her will.

Graham is currently free on a $5,000 bond written by Lawson Bail Bonding.

Derrick Pitts, 35, of 609 Southern St. in Moorhead, is scheduled to appear and answer to one count of felony shoplifting.

The charges stem from an incident that occurred on June 16, 2006, where Pitts allegedly stole two televisions, paper towels, soap and t-shirts valuing $814.09 from the Walmart store in Cleveland.

He was released on a $1,000 bond written by Crawford Bail Bonding but that was revoked when he failed to appear.

Cheryl Denise Curtis, 41, of 2106 Center St. in Clarksdale, is scheduled to appear on charges of uttering forgery.

She is accused of fraudulently presenting a check on the account of Britt Jewelry in the amount of $734.67 to Planters Bank on Sept. 26, 2011.

She was released from custody on a $3,000 bond written by Crawford Bail Bonding.

Justin Cooper, 41, of 203 Ronaldman Rd. in Cleveland is scheduled to appear on one count of auto burglary.

His charges arise from an incident that occurred on May 3 where he allegedly broke into a Nissan Maxima on Fifth Avenue.

He was released on a $3,000 bond written by Crawford Bail Bonding.

Ricky Simpson, age unknown, is scheduled to appear on charges of felony shoplifting.

His charge stem from an incident that occurred on July 6 when he allegedly stole two cans of spaghetti, one bowl of beef stew and five bottles of cologne with a total value of $119.64 from the Walmart store in Cleveland.

Frank Hudson Jr., 48, with addresses of 322 West Head Cir. in Ruleville and 108 Main St. in Gunnison listed, is scheduled to stand trial on charges of felony DUI as a habitual offender from being arrested on two previous occasions for DUI within a five-year period.

His charges stem from his Oct. 14, 2011, arrest after refusing to adhere to a Breathalyzer.

He is currently free on a $5,000 bond written by Lawson Bail Bonding.

Robert Boxley III, 30, of 109 Third St. in Pace is scheduled to appear on one charge of burglary of a business stemming from an April 28, 2011, incident where he is accused of breaking into The Piggy Bank, LLC in Cleveland.

James Banks, 34, of 210 S. Front St. in Shelby is scheduled to appear on one count of uttering forgery stemming from an incident that occurred on Sept. 16, 2008, where he allegedly presented a fraudulent check for $642.24 on the account of Mid-Delta Roofing.

He is free on a $3,000 bond written by Davis Bail Bonding.

Antonio Hines, 22, of 215 Wiggins St. in Indianola and Cedric Robbie, 28, of 307 W. Gresham St. in Indianola are scheduled to appear on charges of felony shoplifting.

The incident in question occurred on May 11, 2011, where two air conditioning units, with a value listed at $540, were stolen from the Walmart store in Cleveland.

Both men are free on $2,500 bonds written by Crawford Bail Bonding.

Frederick Wilson, 26, of 913 Parkview St. in Cleveland is scheduled to appear and answer to the charge of aggravated assault. The incident in question occurred on March 1, 2011, and he is currently free on a $5,000 bond written by Davis Bail Bonding.

The final case appearing on the docket is the State of Mississippi vs. Jacoris Dummer.

Drummer, 19, of 256 N. Railroad St. in Beulah will stand charged with one count of burglary of a dwelling. The incident in question occurred at a residence located at 201 Cross St. in Cleveland on November 28, 2011.

His bond was set at $10,000 but Drummer has not posted bail and remains in custody.