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14 sentenced in superior court

The Emanuel County Superior Court convened last week to address the sentencing of one repeat offender on several charges from three separate cases.

Jerel Akil Bostic was found guilty by a jury on charges of felony murder, violation of the street gang act, armed robbery, and simple assault. Bostic was sentenced to life with parole.

Timothy Frank Wright was found guilty by a jury on charges of felony murder, violation of the street gang act, armed robbery, aggravated assault, and possession of a firearm during the commission of a felony. Wright was sentenced to life without parole.

Da’Korey Damon Somerville was found guilty by a jury on charges of felony murder, violation of the street gang act, armed robbery, simple assault, and possession of a firearm during the commission of a felony. Somerville was sentenced to life with parole.

Mary Christina Sapp negotiated a plea of guilty on the charge of theft by shoplifting. She was sentenced to a total of 10 years, with the first 3 being served in confinement and the rest to be served on probation. She was charged a fine of $50.

Lincoln Arthur Lee Hazel Jr. negotiated a plea of guilty on the charge of possession of cocaine. He was sentenced to three years to be served on probation. He was charged a fine of $500.

Richard Lee Ivester negotiated an Alford guilty plea on two charges of financial transaction card theft. He was sentenced to three years to be served on probation and charged a fine of $50.

Minnie Bell Williams negotiated an Alford guilty plea on the charge of possession of a firearm by a convicted felon. She was sentenced to ten years to be served on probation and charged a fine of $100.

Walter Bradley Rabitsch negotiated a plea of guilty on the charge of possession of a firearm by a first offender probationer. He was sentenced to ten years to be served on probation and charged a fine of $50.

Lavone Tyrone Addison negotiated an Alford guilty plea on the charges on possession of marijuana with intent to distribute, possession of a firearm during the commission of a felony, discharge of a gun near a highway or street, and possession of a firearm by a convicted felon. He was sentenced to 15 years, with the first two to be served in confinement and the rest to be served on probation. He was charged a fine of $50.

Ansley Dasher negotiated an Alford guilty plea to the charge of possession of meth. She was sentenced to three years to be served on probation and charged a fine of $1,000.

Ronald Enorth Mack negotiated an Alford guilty plea on the charges of possession of cocaine, entering an auto, possession of drug related objects, and revoked license. He was sentenced to five years to be served on probation and charged a fine of $500.

Susque Bacon White negotiated an Alford guilty plea on four charges of financial transaction card fraud. White was sentenced to six years to be served on probation and charged a fine of $50.

Shawn Mitchell Martinez negotiated a plea of guilty as a repeat offender on the charges of burglary in the second degree, possession of meth, theft by receiving stolen property, and theft by taking. He was sentenced to a total 18 years, with the first two years to be served in confinement with credit for time served.

Antonlo Terry Phillips negotiated an Alford guilty plea as a repeat offender on the charges of robbery, possession of a firearm during the commission of a felony, and entering auto. He was sentenced to 25 years with the first 11 to be served in confinement with the opportunity of probation.

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