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The following cases were heard July 16 in the Circuit Court of Callaway County, Division III, Judge Kevin Crane presiding:

Matthew Lynn Atterberry, 32, of Fulton, pleaded guilty to charges of first-degree stalking, second-degree endangering the welfare of a child, resisting arrest and violation of an order of protection. Atterberry admitted that between late April and early May he purposely disturbed the victim by throwing a rock through her window, calling her and yelling at her, despite having bond conditions that he only have contact with that person regarding the care of his minor children. Atterberry also admitted he had endangered the welfare of a child in that the child was sleeping below the window where Atterberry threw the rock and that he violated an order of protection for the victim by initiating communication with her contrary to the terms of a court order. On the felony stalking charge, the judge suspended execution of sentence and placed him on five years of supervised probation under several conditions, including that he successfully complete the Callaway County Treatment Court program. The judge sentenced Atterberry to 90 days in jail for the misdemeanor offenses of endangering the welfare of a child and violation of an order of protection. The case was investigated by the Fulton Police Department.

Malik Noland Robinson, 25, of Fulton, pleaded guilty to distribution of a controlled substance (marijuana), possession of a controlled substance (methamphetamine), two counts of possession of a controlled substance (methamphetamine) with intent to distribute and resisting a lawful stop. Robinson admitted he had sold marijuana to an undercover police officer in December 2019. Later that same month, a search warrant was executed on Robinson's residence that yielded over 6 grams of methamphetamine, a digital scale and plastic baggies. Robinson admitted he had possessed that drug with the intent to distribute it. The judge sentenced Robinson to four years in prison for the sale of marijuana and seven years in prison for possession of the methamphetamine with intent to distribute. That case was investigated by the Fulton Police Department and Mustang Drug Task Force. In a separate case, Robinson admitted he had possessed methamphetamine in February 2020. Robinson admitted he had possessed the drug when he was taken into custody on an unrelated arrest warrant. The judge sentenced Robinson to seven years in prison for that offense. That case was investigated by the Fulton Police Department. In a third case, Robinson admitted that in January he had possessed methamphetamine with the intent to distribute it and that he resisted a lawful stop by fleeing from a law enforcement officer. In that case, Robinson admitted he had fled in a vehicle when a deputy sheriff attempted to stop him for driving while his operator's license was revoked. Robinson fled from the officer through Fulton before ditching the car and fleeing on foot. Robinson was apprehended after a short foot pursuit. A search of his vehicle led to the seizure of plastic baggies and methamphetamine, which Robinson admitted he had intended to distribute. The judge sentenced Robinson to seven years in prison for the drug charge and four years in prison for resisting the stop. That case was investigated by the Callaway County Sheriff's Office.

Ryan Joseph White, 39, of Auxvasse, was sentenced to 25 years in prison on four counts of first-degree statutory sodomy and two counts of enticement of a child. After a three-day trial this past May, a Callaway County jury found White guilty of committing the offenses against three male children at various times between 2017 and 2018. The victims in the case were nine, 10 and 11 years old at the time of the offenses. The investigation began when a family member of one of the victims overheard his disclosure of the sexual abuse and reported the statement to authorities. After hearing all the evidence, the jury returned verdicts of guilty on six of seven counts. The jury found White not guilty of an alleged offense involving a fourth child. The case was investigated by the Callaway County Sheriff's Office in conjunction with the Rainbow House Child Advocacy Center.

The following cases were heard July 19 in the Circuit Court of Callaway County, Division I, Judge Brouck Jacobs presiding:

Joseph Buchholz-Belcher, 24, of Mexico, failed to appear in court and a warrant was issued for his arrest.

Scott Allen Biggs, 38, of Jefferson City, was sentenced to four years in prison on the charge of felony driving while intoxicated. Biggs had been on probation for the offense, admitted violating probation, and the judge revoked it. The case was originally investigated by the Missouri Highway Patrol.

Timothy James Dye, 35, of Fulton, pleaded guilty to two counts of unlawful use of a weapon and possession of a controlled substance (buprenorphine). Dye admitted he had exhibited a loaded handgun in a threatening manner during an incident in June 2020. In that case, witnesses reported that Dye had gone to a residence where his girlfriend had been staying. Dye learned where she was and drove over to the residence, began revving the engine to his vehicle outside and would not leave. After the owner repeatedly demanded that he leave the property, Dye pulled a handgun from the vehicle and shot it into the air. In a separate case, Dye admitted he had possessed buprenorphine and that he had possessed another firearm, a 9mm handgun, while possessing alprazolam, also a controlled substance, during an incident this past February. In that case, law enforcement officers executed a search warrant at Dye's residence and discovered drugs and the handgun. The judge sentenced Dye to three years in prison on each of those charges. Both cases were investigated by the Callaway County Sheriff's Office.

Sierra Edgar, 26, of Versailles, pleaded guilty to five counts of second-degree burglary and felony stealing. Edgar admitted her role in acting with several other individuals to break into five different storage units located in Holts Summit in January 2020. Edgar also admitted she had acted with others to steal wheels and tires valued at over $750 from one of the units. Those items were later recovered by investigators. The judge suspended execution of the sentences and placed her on five years of supervised probation. The case was investigated by the Callaway County Sheriff's Office.

Anthony Joe Hance, 38, of Rolla, was sentenced to four years in prison for failing to register as a sex offender. Hance had been on probation for the offense. The judge found Hance had violated probation and revoked it. The case was originally investigated by the Callaway County Sheriff's Office.

Brian Mark Hart, 39, of Columbia, failed to appear in court, and a warrant was issued for his arrest.

Joshua Aaron Redmon, 30, of Holts Summit, pleaded guilty to two counts of possession of a controlled substance (methamphetamine and marijuana). Redmon admitted he had possessed methamphetamine in December 2018 during a traffic stop. A police officer stopped Redmon for an equipment violation. In the course of the stop, Redmon consented to a search of his person that led to the discovery of a small amount of methamphetamine. Redmon also admitted he had possessed a felony amount of marijuana when a search warrant was executed at his residence in March 2020. In that case, officers discovered marijuana, as well as other drugs and drug paraphernalia. The judge suspended execution of sentences and placed him on five years of supervised probation. The 2018 case was investigated by the Holts Summit Police Department. The 2020 case was investigated by the Callaway County Sheriff's Office and Mustang Drug Task Force.

Christopher Antonio Robinson, 30, of Fulton, pleaded guilty to possession of a controlled substance (tetrahydrocannabinol). Robinson admitted that he possessed the drug, in the form of THC wax, when he was arrested on an unrelated traffic offense in August 2020. The judge sentenced Robinson to two years in prison for the offense. The case was investigated by the Callaway County Sheriff's Office. Robinson was also sentenced to five years in prison on an unrelated charge of possession of a controlled substance (methamphetamine). Robinson had been on probation for that offense, admitted he violated probation by committing the new drug offense, and the judge revoked probation. That case had originally been investigated by the Fulton Police Department.

Gregory Kenneth Twillman, 41, of Fulton, pleaded guilty to felony driving while intoxicated. Twillman admitted he was operating a vehicle on Route JJ in October 2020 while under the influence of alcohol and driving too fast for the conditions. Twillman lost control of the vehicle, traveled off the roadway and struck a mailbox. A passenger in his vehicle was ejected and suffered physical injuries, but recovered. The DWI offense was enhanced to a felony based on the injuries to the passenger. That passenger requested that the State not recommend that Twillman be sent to prison. The judge placed him on five years of supervised probation. The case was investigated by the Missouri Highway Patrol.

Janet Dawn Wyatt-Durbin, 50, of Hallsville, failed to appear in court. A warrant remains outstanding for her arrest.

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