Two sessions of Jackson County District Court were held last week at the Justice Center.

Judge Farrell Hughes presided at a session mainly for traffic cases June 22, and Judge Roy Wijewickrama presided at a session for other cases June 23.

Results of the sessions are listed below, with information obtained from records on file with the Jackson County Clerk of Court office. Defendants pleaded guilty unless indicated otherwise. In addition to dismissals and infractions, dispositions included:

June 22

Timothy John Lynch, 49, Crossing Lane, Sylva, driving while impaired – level five, sentence of not less than nor more than 60 days suspended for 12 months and placed on unsupervised probation on condition he pay fine of $150 and costs, obtain substance abuse assessment, surrender driver’s license and perform 24 hours community service.

Austin Flores, 58, Ollie Jumper Road, Cherokee, driving while impaired – level one, sentence of not less than nor more than 24 months suspended for 24 months and placed on special supervised probation on condition he serve 60 days active time, pay fine of $500 and costs, obtain substance abuse assessment and surrender driver’s license.

Lisa Marie Sykes, 51, Charlotte, driving while impaired – level five, sentence of not less than nor more than 60 days suspended for 12 months and placed on unsupervised probation on condition she pay fine of $150 and costs, obtain substance abuse assessment, surrender driver’s license and perform 24 hours community service.

Ryan Michael Garrison, 31, Apollo Drive, Sylva, driving while impaired – level five, sentence of not less than nor more than 60 days suspended for 12 months and placed on unsupervised probation on condition he pay fine of $100 and costs, obtain substance abuse assessment, surrender driver’s license and perform 24 hours community service.

Keith Alton Lenart, 38, Old Cullowhee Road, Cullowhee, driving while impaired – level two, sentence of not less than nor more than 12 months suspended for 18 months and placed on special unsupervised probation on condition he serve 15 days active time, pay fine of $500 and costs, obtain substance abuse assessment and surrender driver’s license.

Lindsy Christine Shelton, 41, Ben Cook Road, Sylva, driving while impaired – level five, sentence of not less than nor more than 60 days suspended for 12 months and placed on unsupervised probation on condition she pay fine of $150 and costs, obtain substance abuse assessment, surrender driver’s license and perform 24 hours community service.

Taylor Norman Taylor, 20, Rec Park Road, Cherokee, driving after drinking by person under 21, sentence of 45 days suspended for 12 months and placed on unsupervised probation on condition he pay fine of $75 and costs and obtain substance abuse assessment.

Matthew Allen Kiser, 29, Atlanta, Ga., driving while impaired – level four, sentence of not less than nor more than 120 days suspended for 12 months and placed on unsupervised probation on condition he pay fine of $200 and costs, obtain substance abuse assessment, surrender driver’s license and perform 48 hours community service. 

Ivan Emanuel Hernandez, 24, Hendersonville, driving while impaired, continued to Aug. 10 for sentencing.

June 23

Jessica Rain Owl, 26, Copperhead Road, Cherokee, admitted to violation of court order, all monies to become civil judgment.

Chad Ronald Leon Webb, 23, Pumpkintown Road, Sylva, possess drug paraphernalia, placed on unsupervised probation for six months, ordered to pay fine of $100 and costs and complete and follow assessment recommendations.

Deon Lamar Bartlett, 51, Greensboro, simple assault, sentence of 60 days suspended for 12 months and placed on unsupervised probation on condition he pay fine of $50 and costs, have no contact with victim and not be on premises of Taco Bell.

Heath Nicholas Morgan, 25, Quinn Holcombe Road, Whittier, possess drug paraphernalia, placed on unsupervised probation for six months, ordered to pay fine of $100 and costs and follow recommendations of assessment agency.

Billy Ray Odom, 39, Candler, possess pyrotechnics and injury to real property, sentence of 60 days, given credit for 18 days served.