Eight sentenced in superior court



Eight defendants were sentenced in Emanuel County Superior Court’s October 2021 term.

According to paperwork filed by the Emanuel County Clerk of Court’s office last week:


Goodwin Darnelle Horton negotiated a guilty plea on one count obstruction of an officer. He was sentenced to five years, serve two. He was also fined $50.


Ryan Brent Page negotiated a guilty plea on one count theft by taking. He was sentenced to five years probation and fined $50.


Frisscardo Bostic negotiated guilty pleas on one count possession of marijuana with intent to distribute, one count fleeing/eluding a law enforcement officer, one count obstruction of a law enforcement officer, one count driving while unlicensed, one count duty upon striking a fixed object, one count defective taillights, and one count weaving over a roadway. He was sentenced to 10 years probation and fined $50.


Brett Lee Wright was sentenced in two different cases.

In case 21-CR-62, Wright negotiated guilty (Alford) pleas on one count attempted removal of a weapon from a police officer and one count giving false information to law enforcement. He was sentenced to five years, two to serve. He also received a $50 fine.

In case 21-CR-59, he negotiated guilty (Alford) pleas on three counts obstruction of an officer, one count possession of meth, one count possession of a drug-related object, and one count criminal trespassing. Wright was sentenced to 10 years, the first two of which must be served in confinement and the remainder on probation. He was fined $50 as well.


Dale Marty Hill Jr. was sentenced in two different cases as well.

In case 21-CR-89, he was sentenced to 20 years probation on one count aggravated assault (family violence), one count third-degree child cruelty, and one count battery (family violence). He also received a $50 fine.

In case 21-CR-256, he was sentenced to three years probation on one count possession of a Schedule IV drug and one count dangerous drugs. He received another $50 fine in this case, too.


Kasey Allen Sikes was sentenced in three cases.

In case 21-CR-258, the defendant negotiated guilty pleas on one count possession of methamphetamine with intent to distribute, one count possession of a firearm during the commission of a crime, one count identity fraud, and one count possession of a firearm by a convicted felon. Sikes was sentenced to 35 years, 15 to serve, and fined $50 in this case.

In case 21-CR-209, Sikes negotiated guilty pleas on one count trafficking methamphetamine, two counts possession of a firearm by a convicted felon, one count criminal use of an article with an altered ID mark, and one count possession of hydrocodone. Sikes was sentenced to 35 years, 15 to serve in this case and was fined another $200,000.

In case 21-CR-103, Sikes negotiated a guilty plea on one count possession of methamphetamine with intent to distribute, resulting in a 30-serve-15 sentence and yet another $50 fine.


Devin Allen Sikes was sentenced in two cases of his own.

In case 21-CR-208, he negotiated guilty pleas on one count trafficking methamphetamine, one count possession of a firearm during the commission of a felony, one count criminal use of an article with an altered ID mark, and one count possession of hydrocodone. He was sentenced to 25 years; the first 10 of those must be served in confinement and the remainder on probation. He was also handed down a $200,000 fine.

In case 21-CR-257, he negotiated guilty pleas on one count possession of methamphetamine with intent to distribute, one count possession of a firearm during the commission of a felony, and one count identity fraud. The defendant was handed down a 25-serve-10 sentence in this case and fined $50.


Damien Scott Wallace negotiated guilty (Alford) pleas on one count fleeing/eluding a police officer and one count suspended license. He was sentenced to five years in prison and fined $500.

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