Several sent to TDOC custody


Sexton sentences probation violators

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Claiborne County Criminal Court Judge E. Shayne Sexton found the following individuals in violation of their supervised release and remanded them to Tennessee Department of Corrections (TDOC) custody.

Danny Bowlin was previously convicted of attempted burglary and possession of schedule VI, controlled substance, marijuana; and received an effective two-year sentence, which was suspended and which was to be supervised by TDOC. He was found guilty of violating the terms of his release and was sentenced to serve his two-year sentence in TDOC custody.

Tony Brown Jr. was previously convicted of the charges of aggravated burglary, theft over $500 and driving under the influence, third offense; and received an effective sentence of five years to be supervised by TDOC. He was found guilty of violating the terms of his release and was sentenced to serve his five-year sentence in TDOC custody.

Kathryn Loft was previously convicted of violation of the habitual motor vehicle offender act, and received a two-year sentence, which was to be served on Community Corrections. She was found guilty of violating the terms of her Community Corrections sentence and was ordered to serve the balance of her two-year sentence in TDOC custody.

Mark Pierce was previously convicted of sale of a schedule II, controlled substance, and received a four-year sentence, which was to be served on Community Corrections. He was found guilty of violating the terms of his Community Corrections sentence and was ordered to serve the balance of his four-year sentence in TDOC custody.

James Gibson was previously convicted of the charges of assault (five counts); aggravated assault; possession of a schedule IV, controlled substance; possession of a schedule III, controlled substance; extortion; aggravated burglary; and vandalism over $1,000; and received an effective sentence of 10 years in total, to be supervised by TDOC. He was found guilty of violating the terms of his release and was ordered to serve the remainder of his effective 10-year sentence in TDOC custody.

Ronnie Rose was previously convicted of the charge of criminal simulation, and received a two-year sentence, which was suspended and which was to be supervised by TDOC. He was found guilty of violating the terms of his release and was sentenced to serve his two-year sentence in TDOC custody.

These violators were prosecuted by the Office of the District Attorney General Jared Effler.

Sexton sentences probation violators

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