LIVINGSTON -- District Attorney Scott M. Perrilloux reported the following individuals appeared in 21st Judicial District Court in October. They pleaded either guilty or no contest or were found guilty of the following crimes and received the following sentences:

Oct. 20

Judge Robert Morrison

Marlys Johnson, 58, of Denham Springs, pleaded no contest to attempted creation/operation of a clandestine laboratory. She was sentenced to 5 years with the Department of Corrections. The sentence was suspended and she was placed on probation for 3 years. She is ordered to pay a $500 fine along with court costs.

Tyler King, 25, of Walker, pleaded no contest to possession of Schedule III controlled dangerous substances. He was sentenced to 1 year with the Department of Corrections. He received credit for time served.

Darla Pope, 49, of Livingston, pleaded no contest to possession of Schedule II controlled dangerous substances. She was sentenced to 2 years with the Department of Corrections. She received credit for time served.

Adam Primeaux III, 43, of Denham Springs, pleaded no contest to first-offense failure to register as a sex offender. He was sentenced to 2 years with the Department of Corrections. He received credit for time served.

Rachael Provost, 41, of Baton Rouge, pleaded no contest to third-offense driving while intoxicated, two counts of possession of Schedule IV controlled dangerous substances, and possession of Schedule II controlled dangerous substances. Sentencing is Scheduled for Jan. 23, 2017.

Terrell Rogers Jr., 34, of Livingston, pleaded no contest to first-offense domestic abuse battery. He was sentenced to six months in the parish jail. The sentence was suspended and he was placed on probation for 1 year. He was ordered to pay all fines and court costs.

Lucas Soileau, 36, of Prairieville, pleaded no contest to possession of Schedule II controlled dangerous substances. He was sentenced to 3 years with the Department of Corrections. He received credit for time served.

Joseph Thompson, 22, of Walker, pleaded no contest to criminal trespass. He was sentenced to 30 days in the parish jail. The sentence was suspended and he was placed on probation for 1 year. He was ordered to pay a $250 fine along with court costs.

Oct. 24

Judge Elizabeth Wolfe

Darrell Ballard, 38, of Holden, pleaded no contest to possession of Schedule II controlled dangerous substances - methamphetamine. He was sentenced to 5 years with the Department of Corrections. He received credit for time served.

Bradley Beasley, 31, of Denham Springs, pleaded no contest to domestic abuse battery - strangulation. He was sentenced to 1 year with the Department of Corrections. He received credit for time served.

Marshall Bernard, 43, of Walker, pleaded no contest to possession of Schedule II controlled dangerous substances. He was sentenced to 2 years with the Department of Corrections.

Joel Bridges, 27, of Hammond, pleaded no contest to theft of $750 or more. He was sentenced to 1 year with the Department of Corrections. He received credit for time served.

Troy Copeland, 17, of Denham Springs, pleaded no contest to two counts of simple burglary. He was sentenced to 5 years with the Department of Corrections. The sentence was suspended and he was placed on probation for 5 years. He was ordered to pay court costs and restitution.

Emanuel Ginn, 18, of Denham Springs, pleaded no contest to two counts of simple burglary. He was sentenced to 5 years with the Department of Corrections. The sentence was suspended and he was placed on probation for 5 years. He was ordered to pay court costs and restitution.

Marshall Harden Jr., 58, of Breaux Bridge, pleaded no contest to simple burglary. He was sentenced to 4 years with the Department of Corrections. He received credit for time served.

Sean Higginbothom, 26, of Holden, pleaded no contest to possession of Schedule IV and Schedule III controlled dangerous substances and second-offense driving while intoxicated. He was sentenced to 1 year with the Department of Corrections.

Cynthia Kelley, 30, of Greensburg, pleaded no contest to attempted possession of Schedule I controlled dangerous substances - heroin. She was sentenced to 2 years with the Department of Corrections. She received credit for time served.

Nicholas Lambert, 36, of Holden, pleaded no contest to possession of Schedule II controlled dangerous substances. He was sentenced to 2 years with the Department of Corrections. He received credit for time served.

Ashley Mangrum, 26, of Denham Springs, pleaded no contest to sale/distribution/possession of a legend drug, possession of Schedule IV and Schedule II controlled dangerous substances, and simple battery of infirm. She was sentenced to 1 year with the Department of Corrections.

John Mays II, 25, of Denham Springs, pleaded no contest to six counts of simple burglary. He was sentenced to 2 years with the Department of Corrections. He received credit for time served.

Cherie McChristain, 33, of Denham Springs, pleaded no contest to possession of Schedule I controlled dangerous substances - heroin. She was sentenced to 4 years with the Department of Corrections. The sentence was suspended and she was placed on probation for 4 years. She is ordered to pay a $100 fine along with court costs.

Dexter Moore, 26, of Baton Rouge, pleaded no contest to first-degree robbery. He was sentenced to 15 years with the Department of Corrections. He received credit for time served.

Aaron Morton, 32, of Denham Springs, pleaded no contest to introducing or producing contraband in any state institution. He was sentenced to 1 year with the Department of Corrections. He received credit for time served.

Christian Nelson, 17, of Denham Springs, pleaded no contest to four counts of simple burglary. He was sentenced to 3 years with the Department of Corrections. The sentence was suspended and he was placed on probation for 3 years. He was ordered to pay a $100 fine along with court costs.

Jessica Prescia, 31, of Independence, pleaded no contest to possession of Schedule II controlled dangerous substances - oxycodone. She was sentenced to 2 years with the Department of Corrections. The sentence was suspended and she was placed on probation for 2 years. She is ordered to pay a $100 fine along with court costs.

Robert Reid, 34, of Livingston, pleaded no contest to possession of Schedule III controlled dangerous substances. He was sentenced to 3 years with the Department of Corrections. He received credit for time served.

Christopher Schroeder, 35, of Hammond, pleaded no contest to possession of Schedule IV controlled dangerous substances and driving while intoxicated. He was sentenced to 2 years with the Department of Corrections. The sentence was suspended and he was placed on probation for 2 years. He was ordered to pay a $100 fine along with court costs.

Oct. 27

Judge Elizabeth Wolfe

Huey Bertrand, 34, of Walker, pleaded no contest to possession of Schedule II controlled dangerous substances. He was sentenced to 1 year with the Department of Corrections. He received credit for time served.

Darrell Crane, 40, of Holden, pleaded no contest to simple burglary and simple burglary of an inhabited dwelling. He was sentenced to 7 years with the Department of Corrections. He received credit for time served.

Clifton Cutter, 35, of Amite, pleaded no contest to simple burglary of an inhabited dwelling and two counts of cyberstalking. He was sentenced to 5 years with the Department of Corrections. Four years of the sentence were suspended and he is to serve 1 year with the Department of Corrections. He will be placed on probation for 2 years upon release. He was to pay a $2,400 fine along with court costs.

Eldon Ellestad, 41, of Walker, pleaded no contest to possession of Schedule II controlled dangerous substances. He was sentenced to 1 year with the Department of Corrections.

Stephan McMorris, 24, of Albany, pleaded no contest to possession with intent to distribute Schedule II controlled dangerous substances and principal to false imprisonment. He was sentenced to 2 years with the Department of Corrections. He received credit for time served.

Joseph Melancon, 21, of Walker, pleaded no contest to possession of Schedule I controlled dangerous substances. He was sentenced to six months in the parish jail. He received credit for time serve.

Andrew Pierce, 28, of Owensville, Mo., pleaded no contest to residential contract fraud. He was sentenced to 5 years with the Department of Corrections. The sentence was suspended and he was placed on probation for 2 years. He was ordered to pay a $2,000 fine along with court costs and restitution.

Elbert Pierre, 33, of Hammond, pleaded no contest to simple burglary of an inhabited dwelling. He was sentenced to 7 years with the Department of Corrections. He received credit for time served.

Casey Robin, 32, of Denham Springs, pleaded no contest to three counts of domestic abuse battery. He was sentenced to six months in the parish jail. The sentence was suspended and he was placed on probation for 2 years. He was ordered to pay a $350 fine along with court costs.

Patricia Street, 25, of Baton Rouge, pleaded no contest to two counts of possession of Schedule II controlled dangerous substances. She was sentenced to 2 years with the Department of Corrections. The sentence was suspended and she was placed on probation for 2 years. She was ordered to pay a $500 fine along with court costs.

Todd Thibodeaux, 52, of Watson, pleaded no contest to second-offense driving while intoxicated. He was sentenced to six months in the parish jail. He received credit for time served.

Tommy Wainwright, 28, of Walker, pleaded no contest to possession with intent to distribute Schedule II controlled dangerous substances. He was sentenced to 2 years with the Department of Corrections. The sentence was suspended and he was placed on probation for 2 years. He was ordered to pay a $2,000 fine along with court costs.

Kasey Watts, 32, of Walker, pleaded no contest to forgery. She was sentenced to 2 years with the Department of Corrections. The sentence was suspended and she was placed on probation for 2 years. She was ordered to pay a $1,200 fine along with court costs.

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