Former Bear State Bank employee enters guilty plea

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    MURFREESBORO—A former Bear State Bank (formerly First National Bank) employee entered a guilty plea to a charge of theft of property, a class C felony.
    According to the affidavit of arrest, 37-year-old Holly L. Littles of Murfreesboro was charged with the felony in July after an audit was performed at Bear State Bank.
    She was sentenced to five years probation and given a $2,500 fine. She has already paid restitution in full to the bank.
    In other court news:
    Corey B. Robinson entered a guilty plea to a charge of possession of a controlled substance. He was sentenced to four years probation and 120 days in the ACC to run concurrent with charges in Clark County. The sentence will be suspended upon one year in rehabilitation.
    Tiffany Pinckard appeared on charges of possession with a purpose, possession of drug paraphernalia and second degree battery. The battery charge was nolle prossed, the possession with a purpose was amended to simple possession (methamphetamine). She was sentenced to drug court and fined.
    David Justin Compton is to return to screen for drug court on Dec. 14 for charges of furnishing prohibited items and possession of a controlled substance.
    Brianna L. Hearn appeared for charges of burglary and theft of property. She is to return for pretrial Jan. 4.
    Dylan Larry Faulkner entered a guilty plea to a charge of domestic battery. He was given three years probation, fined $1,500 and must attend anger management classes.
    Christopher Garner entered a no contest plea to a charge of second degree sexual assault. He was sentenced to 12 years in the ADC with four years suspended.
    Jeffrey L. Jester was charged with theft of property. The charge was amended to a Class A misdemeanor. She was fined $1,500 and must pay restitution of $1,018.
    Michael Don Howell was charged with possession of a controlled substance-schedule VI and furnishing prohibited articles. He is currently incarcerated in the ADC and his trial was reset for Nov. 30.
    Monty Todd Cox was charged with possession of a controlled substance-schedule VI, possession of drug paraphernalia, possession of a controlled substance-schedule I, possession of a controlled substance-schedule II, and possession of a firearm by a certain person. The charge of possession of a controlled substance-schedule VI was amended to possession of a controlled substance and all other charges were nolle prossed. He was given five years of probation, 180 days in the ACC and fined $1,500.
    Lana Denise Dunn, was charged with possession of a controlled substance-schedule VI, possession of drug paraphernalia, possession of a controlled substance-schedule I, and possession of a controlled substance-schedule II. She was given six years probation and a $1,500 fine for the charge of possession of a controlled substance and the other charges were nolle prossed.
    Matthew Alex Lomshewich was charged with aggravated assault. His trial was continued to Jan. 4.
    Jerry Chris Reed was charged with aggravated assault and third degree domestic battery. His trial was continued to Jan. 4.
    Michael T. Sullivan was charged with burglary, breaking and entering and theft of property. His trial was reset for Nov. 16.
    Bruce Joseph Smith was charged with possession of a controlled substance-schedule VI, possession of drug paraphernalia, possession of a controlled substance-schedule I and possession of a controlled substance-schedule II. His trial was continued to Jan. 4.
    Andrew Carl Pipkins was charged with burglary, theft of property and first degree criminal mischief. His trial was continued to Jan. 4.
    Julio Ceaser Santos was charged with possession of a controlled substance-schedule I, possession of a controlled substance-schedule II and possession of drug paraphernalia. He will return Nov. 30 to be assessed for drug court.
    Andrew Carl Pipkins was charged with burglary and theft of property. His trial was continued to Jan. 4.
    Brianna Lynn Hearn was charged with theft by receiving. Her trial was continued to Jan. 4.
    Alex Fitzgerald Hendricks was charged with theft by receiving. His bond was reduced to $5,000 and the charge was nolle prossed.
    Andrew Carl Pipkins was charged with burglary and theft of property. His trial was continued to Jan. 4.

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