Mitchell County trials put guilty in prison this trial term

CAMILLA, Ga. -- According to information from District Attorney Joseph Mulholland in the South Georgia District the following five cases were handled recently in the circuit.

They include:

  • Mitchell County trials put guilty in prison this trial term, were sentenced to 20 years in prison with five to serve by Chief Judge A. Wallace Cato. The rest of the term is probation. The sentences came after the two were found guilty on a variety of charges including the felony aggravated assault, battery and three counts of cruelty to children.
  • Charged with 34 counts of felony forgery, Grady Lewis High was sentenced by Judge Kevin Chason to 30 years with five to serve in prison and the rest on probation.
  • Brynn Nechele Wilson and Kunterrius Woodward pleaded to two counts each felony burglary, robbery by force, three counts aggravated assault and theft by taking. Chason sentenced Wilson to serve 15 years in prison and Woodard was sentenced to 20.

"At least 20 other defendants were arrested, charged and entered pleas of guilty this week in Mitchell County," Mulholland said. "This was a very good week for our office."


FryarTuk 3 years ago

Too bad one of them isn't that pharmacist Harris Morgan who was convicted in October 2009 of 69 counts of fraud for stealing millions of dollars from medicaid . Wassup Judge Sands?


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