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Bladen County Superior Court plea agreements for March 23

Bladen County Superior Court was in session Wednesday, March 23. Judge Douglas Sasser presided. Some of the plea agreements reached were:

** Rodriquez McNeil, 20, pleaded guilty to possession of firearm by a felon. Sentenced to 9 to 20 months in custody.

In court statements, on Feb. 22, 2015, deputies were called to a home on Buck Lane Drive in White Oak for a domestic dispute. Officers were told there had been argument and McNeil had pointed a weapon. McNeil ran into the wood. When he was captured, officers found a hand gun.

** Kelly Eugene Guyton, 38, pleaded guilty to fleeing to elude arrest by motor vehicle and driving while impaired. Sentenced to 7 to 18 months in custody.

In court statements, on Nov. 22, 2015, Guyton was driving a vehicle that was seen passing in a no-passing zone on N.C. 211 Bypass. When an officer attempted to stop the vehicle, Guyton slowed, then accelerated. A high-speed chase ensued in Bladen and Robeson counties that reached speeds of 110 mph. Guyton’s vehicle was stopped on Singletary Church Road.

** Jerry Hales Jr., 39, pleaded guilty to financial card theft. Sentenced to 10 to 21 months in custody.

In court statements, on June 9, 2015, Hales entered his grandparents home and stole a debit card belonging to his grandfather. He got $2,900 cash off the card.

** Michael Jerome Lloyd, 25, pleaded guilty to two counts of felony possession of stolen goods. Sentenced to 9 to 20 months in custody.

In court statements, Lloyd broke into two homes in the Bladenboro area on Nov. 20, 215, and took several items with a combined value of about $2,400. He pawned the items at a shop in Lumberton.

** Steven Lamont Ingraham, 40, pleaded guilty to felony possession of Schedule VI controlled substance. Sentenced to 5 to 15 months in custody.

In court statements, on Oct, 6, 2015 on N.C. 211, a deputy was traveling behind a vehicle that Ingraham was a passenger in. The deputy detected the odor of marijuana he thought was coming from the vehicle. When the vehicle traveled over the white line, a traffic stop was initiated. Plastic bags of marijuana with a combined weight of 178 grams along with digital scales were found in the vehicle.

** Henry Kelly Jr., 46, pleaded guilty to assault with deadly weapon inflicting serious injury. Sentenced to 40 to 60 months in custody.

In court statements, on May 13, 2015 at a house on Booker T. Washington School Road in Clarkton, an argument ensued between Kelly and a woman he was dating about another woman that Kelly had been exchanging texts with. As the argument continued, Henry and his brother, Ronnie Kelly, fought outside. Ronnie Kelly was getting the better of Henry Kelly. Henry Kelly got a machete and attacked his brother with the implement.

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