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|Sentences, warrants issued in court Monday|
Jury trials scheduled Monday were canceled following guilty pleas, while bench warrants were issued for two defendants who didn't show up in court.
Dist. Atty. Brad Burget said he appreciated the turnout of prospective jurors who filled the courtroom.
"As it turned out their services were not needed but I truly appreciate their sacrifice and time," said Burget.
Bench warrants were issued for George Green and Kelvin Tennessee who didn't show up for their scheduled trials Monday.
Green, 38, 102 Ts Road, Ferriday, is charged with attempted second degree murder. Judge Leo Boothe, who's presiding in court in Concordia this week, set Green's bond at $200,000.
He also set a bond of $100,000 for Tennessee, 25, 223 Dunbarton Road. Tennessee is charged with possession of marijuana with intent to distribute.
Guilty pleas were entered by Raymond Calhoun for distribution of cocaine, distribution of marijuana and distribution of MDMA. Calhoun, 26, 200 Kyle Road, Ferriday, was sentenced to 10 years hard labor.
In another case, Brantley Sullivan, 31, 95 North Palestine Road, Natchez, pled guilty to attempted indecent behavior with a juvenile. He was sentenced to three years hard labor, three years suspended and put on three years active probation.
Other cases this month included:
Jackson M. Ellard III, 26, 158 Sanson Road, Wildsville, pled guilty to 20 counts of sexual battery. He was sentenced to 32 years hard labor by Judge Kathy Johnson.
Henry Louis Shavers, 42, 202 Duck Pond Road, Jonesville, pled guilty to aggravated assault with a firearm and possession of meth. He was sentenced to five years hard labor.
Michael Boyd, 20, 209 Nelson Street, Clayton, pled guilty to public bribery by introduction of contraband, forgery, aggravated battery and illegal possession of stolen things. He was sentenced to 7.5 years hard labor, each count running concurrent.
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