DOBSON — A Mount Airy woman was ordered to serve a probation sentence in a long-term, residential rehabilitation program following a series of drug-related convictions Monday in Superior Court.
Cassie Dawn Leftwich, 35, pleaded guilty by Alford decision to two counts of possession with intent to manufacture sell or deliver a schedule II controlled substance; two counts of possession with intent to manufacture, sell or deliver a schedule IV controlled substance; one count each of possession with intent to manufacture, sell or deliver a schedule VI and schedule IV controlled substances; possession of methamphetamine; maintaining a drug vehicle or dwelling and possession of a controlled substances on prison or jail premises.
Court documents indicate that one of the convictions stems from a December 2013 offense, most are related to a March incident.
According to an April report in The News, Leftwich was arrested and charged following a suspicious-person/vehicle charge in the parking area of Waffle House on Rockford Street.
On Monday, she was given four suspended sentences, two for six to 17 months and two for a consecutive eight to 19 months.
She was placed on supervised probation for 48 months, which is the length of the rehabilitation program.
Entering and completing the program was made a condition of probation.
• The probation sentence of Joshua Lewis Hall was revoked Monday. Hall, 27, of Stillwater Road, Boomer, was found in violation of probation on an out-of-county conviction. His previously suspended sentence of six to 17 months was activated.
• Benjamin Shannon Hall, 34, of Pebble Trail, Dobson, was ordered to serve a 90-day Confinement in Response to Violation (CRV), after admitting to violating the terms of his probation Monday.
Hall had been placed on supervised probation for 60 months following a July 2014 conviction for attempted assault with a deadly weapon causing serious injury.
• On Monday, A previously suspended sentence was activated for Chad Michael Johnson, who was found in violation of probation. Johnson, 35, of Brook Fall Dairy Road, Elkin, was ordered to serve prison sentences on multiple judgments for out of county violations. They include two 75 day sentences, an 11- to 23-month sentence and two 11- to 14- month sentences, one of which is to be served consecutively.
• Elijah Peyton Thompson, 21, of Reeves Lane, Elkin, was ordered to serve 96 hours in the Surry County Detention Center after admitting to violating probation on an out-of-county conviction. His probation is to be terminated at the completion of time served in jail.
Reach Terri Flagg at 415-4734.