An administrative term of Jackson County Superior Court convened June 23 at the Justice Center with Judge Brad Letts presiding.

Results of the term 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, dispositions included:

Shawn Robert Beloin, 42, Hacienda Lane, Sylva, possess firearm by felon and possess methamphetamine, sentence of not less than nine nor more than 20 months, given credit for 32 days served, substance abuse treatment, psychiatric and/or psychological counseling, work release and DART program recommended.

Timothy W. Hamrick, 52, Gaffney, S.C., identity theft, sentence of not less than 12 nor more than 24 months, given credit for 77 days served, ordered to pay costs, have no contact with victim and not be on premises of McNeeley’s Store, substance abuse treatment, psychiatric and/or psychological counseling, work release and DART program recommended.

Edwin Michael Fusco, 43, Franklin, possess methamphetamine and obtain fraudulent form of ID, sentence of not less than seven nor more than 18 months suspended for 18 months and placed on special supervised probation on condition he serve 17 days active time, pay fine of $25 and costs, obtain substance abuse assessment and have no contact with co-defendant, given credit for 17 days served.

William Howard Smallwood, 52, Moose Creek Baptist Church Road, Cherokee, possess drug paraphernalia, sentence of 45 days suspended for 12 months and placed on unsupervised probation on condition he pay fine of $25 and costs and obtain substance abuse assessment.

Cynthia Picon, 65, 1st Avenue, Sylva, possess drug paraphernalia and drive left of center, sentence of 60 days suspended for 12 months and placed on unsupervised probation on condition she pay costs and obtain substance abuse assessment.

William Joseph Conner, 29, River Park Mobile Home Park, Cullowhee, possess with intent to sell/deliver methamphetamine, sentence of not less than eight nor more than 19 months, substance abuse treatment, psychiatric and/or psychological counseling, work release and DART program recommended; also admitted to a probation violation, probation revoked and sentence of not less than eight nor more than 19 months activated, given credit for 48 days served.

William Lee Cochran, 49, North Norton Road, Cullowhee, possess drug paraphernalia, sentence of 45 days suspended for 12 months and placed on unsupervised probation on condition he pay fine of $25 and costs and obtain substance abuse assessment, given credit for four days served.

Daniel Ward Owen, 35, Rainbo Drive, Sylva, possess drug paraphernalia, sentence of 90 days suspended for 12 months and placed on supervised probation on condition he pay fine of $25 and costs and obtain substance abuse assessment; possess Schedule II controlled substance, sentence of 90 days suspended for 12 months and placed on unsupervised probation on condition he pay fine of $25 and costs.

Ashley Myles Smith, 29, Huckleberry Cove, Sylva, admitted to a probation violation, probation terminated.

Heather Marie Walsh, 33, Nowhere Drive, Sylva, had her case remanded to District Court on child restraint violation, stop sign violation and two counts of driving while license revoked.

Richard Simon Farb, 41, Sourwood Circle, Cashiers, possess drug paraphernalia, sentence of 60 days suspended for 12 months and placed on unsupervised probation on condition he pay fine of $25 and costs and continue substance abuse treatment.

Robert Logan Potts, 37, Royal Mountain Road, Sylva, possess drug paraphernalia, placed on unsupervised probation for 12 months, ordered to pay fine of $25 and costs and continue treatment with Compassionate Healing of WNC.

Rebecca Raye Anderson, 61, Dolphin Lane, Sylva, admitted to a probation violation, original judgment modified and sentence of five days, given credit for three days served.

Brent Andrew Moore, 30, Snowdrift Lane, Sylva, two counts possess heroin, sentence of not less than seven nor more than 18 months, given credit for 18 days served, substance abuse treatment, psychiatric and/or psychological counseling, work release and DART program recommended.