Cases scheduled for court in coming week
by Chance Wright
Nov 11, 2012 | 5048 views | 0 0 comments | 16 16 recommendations | email to a friend | print
After a busy first week of the 2012 Fall session of the Bolivar County 2nd Judicial District Circuit Court, a preliminary docket has been set and released for cases to be heard next week.

With Monday being a national holiday, the court will not be in session until 9 a.m. on Tuesday.

All cases listed on the docket are preliminary and may be shifted around in order by the court.

Harvey Jackson, a standing member of the Cleveland School District's Board of Trustees, is scheduled to appear before the court after being indicted by a grand jury on multiple counts of false pretense and one count of general fraud.

Jackson's charges stem from allegations from the Mississippi Attorney General's Office that he carried on a fraudulent scheme involving two people with monetary figures over $200,000.

Jackson is currently free on a $25,000 bond written by Lawson Bail Bonding.

He is accused of taking investors' money for Lampton Street Church of Financial Services under the guise the money would be invested. According to the indictment, Lampton Street Church of Financial Services did not exist.

Latitus Jones is scheduled to appear after being indicted on charges of possession of unauthorized devices within a correctional facility.

The allegations stem from an event where he is accused of possessing a cell phone and cell phone charger while incarcerated at the Bolivar County Regional Correctional Facility.

Leroy Henry is scheduled to appear on charges of felony kidnapping, possession of a firearm by a convicted felon and auto theft. The allegations arose from incidents that occurred on June 25.

LaDerrick Walton and Violet Jones are scheduled to appear after being indicted on charges of aggravated assault stemming from an incident that took place on May 6.

Walton is free on a $15,000 bond while Jones is free on a $10,000 bond. Lawson Bail Bonding wrote both bonds.

Norman Bradley will appear on accusations of the burglary of a dwelling that occurred on May 17 at 803 North St. Apt. 106 in Cleveland.

Antonio Henry is scheduled to appear to answer to charges of possession of a firearm by a convicted felon stemming from an incident that occurred on June 20.

Ladarius Byrd and Albert Rushing Jr. are scheduled to appear after being indicted on a charge of grand larceny stemming from an incident that occurred on Aug. 15.

Byrd is free on a $6,200 bond and Rushing posted a $5,800 bond. Lawson Bail Bonding wrote both bonds.

Richard Taylor is scheduled to appear on charges of possession of a firearm by a convicted felon and habitual offender stemming from an incident that occurred on Apr. 21.

He is free on a $5,800 bond written by Crawford Bail Bonding.

Roderick Hollingsworth is scheduled to appear on charges of felony shoplifting stemming from an incident that occurred at the Cleveland Walmart store on Nov. 16, 2011, where a pair of 32" LCD televisions was stolen.

He posted a $2,500 bond written by Crawford Bail Bonding.

Tifferny and Shenika White are scheduled to appear after being indicted as habitual offenders on charges of felony shoplifting stemming from an event that occurred on Feb. 20 at the Cleveland Walmart store where three LCD televisions were stolen.

Tifferny White is free after posting a $2,500 bond written by Lawson Bail Bonding.

Kendrick Collins is scheduled to appear after being indicted as a habitual offender on charges of sale of cocaine stemming from an incident that occurred on Oct. 28, 2008.

He was released after posting a $30,000 bind written by Lawson Bail Bonding.

Thomas Perry is to appear after being indicted as a habitual offender on charges of possession of methamphetamine stemming from an incident that occurred on Aug. 13, 2011.

Jerry Hubbard is scheduled to appear after being indicted on charges of prescription fraud stemming from a Sept. 23 incident.

The forged prescription in question was written on Dr. Dominick Trinca's prescription pad for the drug Nuvigil, a schedule II narcotic.

In the last case scheduled for the week, Robertino Cartrai Williams will appear after also being indicted on charges of prescription fraud stemming from an incident that occurred on Apr. 12.

The prescription in question was written from the pad of nurse practitioner Phillip Lambert for the drugs Promethazine and Codeine, schedule II narcotics.