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The following cases were heard Monday in the Circuit Court of Callaway County, Missouri, Division I, Honorable Brouck Jacobs presiding:

Homer Lee Allen Jr., 32, of Auxvasse, pleaded guilty to charges of failing to register as a sex offender, resisting arrest and burglary in the second degree. Allen admitted he failed to notify the Callaway County Sheriff's Office within three days of his change of residence in August 2017. He is required to register as a sex offender based on his conviction for statutory rape in the first degree from 2006 in Callaway County.

Allen also admitted he fled on foot from deputies when they attempted to arrest him on a domestic assault charge this past April. Deputies were able to capture him after a short foot pursuit and he continued to physically resist. Allen also admitted he unlawfully entered a residence on Churchill Drive this past April for the purpose of committing assault.

In each of the cases, the judge sentenced Allen to four years in prison and ordered the sentences be served concurrently with each other. The burglary case was investigated by the Fulton Police Department. The registration violation and resisting arrest cases were investigated by the Callaway County Sheriff's Office.

Justin Allen Atterberry, 20, of Fulton, pleaded guilty to possession of a controlled substance (methamphetamine). Atterberry admitted he possessed the drug when he was arrested in November 2017 on an unrelated traffic warrant from Audrain County. The judge placed him on five years of supervised probation. The case was investigated by the Callaway County Sheriff's Office.

William Cash, 40, of Armstrong, pleaded guilty to unlawful use of a weapon. Cash admitted he threatened a deputy sheriff who had responded to a domestic disturbance this past February. The deputy had responded to a call after some of Cash's family members reported Cash was assaulting and threatening them. He refused to follow commands of deputies and threatened them with a knife and hammer before he was subdued.

Cash reported to the judge he had consumed a fifth of whiskey and was very intoxicated during the incident. The judge sentenced him to four years in prison and recommended that he complete a long-term substance abuse treatment program within the Department of Corrections before being considered for release. The case was investigated by the Callaway County Sheriff's Office.

Stephanie Ann Hope, 33, of Fulton, failed to appear in court and a warrant was issued for her arrest.

Brett Tylor Jones-Orf, 30, of Fulton, was sentenced to five years in prison on charges of burglary in the second degree and stealing. Jones-Orf had been on probation for the offenses, admitted violating probation, and the judge revoked it. The case was originally investigated by the Callaway County Sheriff's Office.

Daniel Charles Lockridge, 37, of Spring Hill, Tennessee, pleaded guilty to possession of a controlled substance (methamphetamine). Lockridge admitted he possessed the drug when he was stopped for a traffic offense on Interstate 70 in December 2018. The judge placed Lockridge on five years of supervised probation.

Kirk Russell Moses, 51, of St. Charles, was sentenced to three years in prison after he was found guilty of possession of a controlled substance (methamphetamine). Moses was found guilty of the offense following a bench trial held this past March. A deputy sheriff stopped a vehicle that he was driving for an equipment violation. In the course of that stop, Moses consented to a search that yielded a small amount of methamphetamine in a cigarette pack.

The judge sentenced Moses to three years in prison, but suspended execution of that sentence and placed him on three years of supervised probation. The case was investigated by the Callaway County Sheriff's Office.

Courtney Marie Pape, 29, of Armstrong, failed to appear in court and a warrant was issued for her arrest.

Christopher Antonio Robinson, 28, of Fulton, pleaded guilty to possession of a controlled substance (methamphetamine). Robinson admitted he possessed the drug in May 2016. He was found with the drug during an undercover narcotics investigation. The judge sentenced Robinson to five years in prison but suspended execution of the sentence and placed him on five years of supervised probation. The case was investigated by the Fulton Police Department and Mustang Drug Task Force.

Dana Denise Shepard, 38, of Auxvasse, was sentenced to four years in prison on each of four counts of passing a bad check. Shepard had been on probation for the offenses, admitting violating probation, and the judge revoked it.

William Aaron Thomas Jr., 45, of Columbia, was sentenced to four years in prison on each of two counts of possession of a controlled substance (methamphetamine and clonazepam). Thomas had been on probation for the offenses, admitted violating probation, and the judge revoked it. The case was originally investigated by the Fulton Police Department.

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