Bienville Parish – Press Release

Daniel W. Newell, District Attorney for the Second Judicial District in and for the Parish of Bienville, makes the following announcement relative to disposition of cases in Bienville Parish on the dates indicated:

7-14-20

John Wesley Phillips of Blossom, TX—Pled guilty to Unauthorized Use of a Motor Vehicle and was sentenced to 1 year hard labor. He also pled guilty to DWI-First Offense and was sentenced to 6 months in the parish jail.  These sentences will run consecutively.

Thomas Alan Colley of Campti, LA—Pled guilty to Simple Burglary and was sentenced to 2 years hard labor, which was suspended.  He will be placed on 2 years supervised probation. He was given credit for any time served while awaiting sentencing.

7-20-20

Sable Morgan of Ringgold, LA—Pled guilty to Felony Carnal Knowledge of a Juvenile and Indecent Behavior with a Juvenile.  He was sentenced to 10 years and 7 years, respectively, suspend all but 1 year.  He was placed on 3 years of supervised probation on each, to run consecutively.

 Korey Lane Brown of Castor, LA—Pled guilty to DWI-First Offense and was sentenced to 6 months in the parish jail, which was suspended.  He will be placed on 1 year supervised probation and was ordered to pay restitution to the victim.

 Kimberly Gray of Arcadia, LA—Pled guilty to two counts of Possession of Schedule II CDS and was sentenced to 2 years hard labor on each count, which was suspended.  She will be place on 2 years supervised probation on each.  The sentences will run concurrently.

 Denzel Lamar Jackson of Arcadia, LA—Pled guilty to Theft Less than $1,000 and was sentenced to 6 months in the parish jail, which was suspended.  He will be placed on 1 year supervised probation and was ordered to pay restitution to the victim.

Brittany McCoy of Jamestown, LA—Pled guilty to Unauthorized Use of a Moveable less than $1,000 and was sentenced to 6 months in the parish jail, which was suspended.  She will be placed on 1 year supervised probation.

Lilly Mae Rushing of Castor, LA— Pled guilty to Possession of Schedule II CDS and was sentenced to 2 years hard labor, which was suspended.  She will be placed on 2 years supervised probation.

Quentin Legregory Bell of Shreveport, LA—Pled guilty to two counts Criminal Trespass and was sentenced to 30 days on each, consecutive, which was suspended.  He will be placed on 1 year supervised probation on each which will run concurrently.

Ricky Lynn Lofton of Dubberly, LA—Pled guilty to Simple Battery and was sentenced to 6 months in the parish jail, which was suspended.  He will be placed on 1 year supervised probation.

Kenquan D. Mayfield of Ringgold, LA—Pled guilty to Assault by Drive-By Shooting and was sentenced to 5 years hard labor. He was given credit for any time served while awaiting sentencing.

Audwin Pierre Millican of Arcadia, LA—Pled guilty to Attempted Possession of a Firearm by a Convicted Felon and was sentenced to 5 years hard labor, which was suspended.  He will by placed on 3 years supervised probation.  He also pled guilty to Possession of Schedule II CDS (Methamphetamine) and was sentenced to 2 years hard labor, which was suspended.  He will be placed on 3 years supervised probation.  These sentences will run concurrently.  He was given credit for any time served while awaiting sentencing.

Duncan Turner of Ringgold, LA—Pled guilty to Illegal Possession of Stolen Things and was sentenced to 6 months parish jail, which was suspended.  He will be placed on 1 year supervised probation and was ordered to pay restitution to the victim.

Isaiah Fritz Walter of Ringgold, LA— Pled guilty to Assault by Drive-By Shooting and was sentenced to 5 years hard labor. He was given credit for any time served while awaiting sentencing.

Devon Kordell Williams of Ringgold, LA—Pled guilty to Simple Burglary and was sentenced to 2 years hard labor, which was suspended.  He will be placed on 2 years supervised probation and was ordered to pay restitution to the victim.

Brett Glen Woodard of Heflin, LA—Pled guilty to two counts of Simple Battery and was sentenced to 6 months in the parish jail on each, to run consecutively, which was suspended.  He will be placed on 2 years supervised probation during which he must pay fine and costs. He must also attend domestic abuse violence classes.

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