A session of Jackson County District Court was held Sept. 7 at the Justice Center with Judge Roy Wijewickrama presiding.

Results of the session 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:

Jacob Cody Taylor, 27, Canton, admitted to failure to complete community service, sentence of one day, given credit for one day served.

Itondreya Diyea Aiken, 28, Spartanburg, S.C., 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 she pay fine of $150 and costs, obtain substance abuse assessment, surrender driver’s license and perform 48 hours community service.

Paul Thomas Bowman, 35, Asheville, driving while impaired – level four, sentence of not less than nor more than 120 days suspended for 18 months and placed on supervised probation on condition he pay fine of $150 and costs, obtain substance abuse assessment, surrender driver’s license and perform 48 hours community service.

William Kenneth Drasdo, 41, Mockingbird Lane, Sylva, admitted to two counts of probation violation, on each count probation revoked and sentences of 90 days and 120 days activated.

Joseph Kyle Norris, 32, Waynesville, speeding 91 mph in a 45 mph zone, fined $165 and costs.

Joey Sadongei, 42, Whittier Heights Road, Whittier, driving while impaired – aggravated level one, sentence of not less than nor more than 24 months suspended for 36 months and placed on special supervised probation on condition he serve 120 days active time, pay fine of $750 and costs, obtain substance abuse assessment and surrender driver’s license.

Patric Samuel Shea Jr., 29, Cameron, resisting public officer, sentence of 28 days, given credit for 28 days served.

Jason Lee Tramper, 40, Old VFW Road, Whittier, driving while impaired – level two, sentence of not less than nor more than 12 months suspended for 24 months and placed on supervised probation on condition he serve seven days active time, pay fine of $350 and costs, obtain substance abuse assessment, surrender driver’s license and submit to continuous alcohol monitoring for 120 days, given credit for 55 days of monitoring.

Lisa Marie Wagenhurst, 61, Titusville, Fla., driving while impaired – level two, sentence of not less than nor more than 12 months suspended for 24 months and placed on special supervised probation on condition she serve seven days active time, pay fine of $350 and costs, obtain substance abuse assessment and surrender driver’s license, 30 days inpatient treatment completed in lieu of community service.

In a probable cause hearing, Kipplan Arnette, 54, Roan Mountain, Tenn., was bound over to Superior Court on charges of traffick in methamphetamine and possess with intent to manufacture/sell/deliver methamphetamine.

In a probable cause hearing, Wendy Jean Wilson, 56, Watauga, Tenn., was bound over to Superior Court on charges of traffick in methamphetamine and possess with intent to manufacture/sell/deliver methamphetamine.

In a probable cause hearing, Piper Betances, 39, Audubon Trail, Cashiers, was bound over to Superior Court on charges of obtain property by false pretense, accessing computer (five counts), attempt to obtain property by false pretense (13 counts), identify theft (18 counts) and forgery of instrument (18 counts).