Judge Archie C. Brown will sentence nine defendants on Wednesday, Oct. 13 beginning at 1:30 p.m., the Washtenaw County Trial Court reports.
Tina Loray Crockett faces sentencing for accessory after the fact, a felony punishable by up to five years in prison. AnnArbor.com reported last month that Crockett pleaded guilty to that charge in exchange for dismissal of three other felony charges related to the July 2010 shooting death of Chris King outside an Ypsilanti Township Kmart store. Ypsilanti attorney Mark S. Hamilton is counsel of record for the defendant.
Dillion Robert Pearce faces sentencing for malicious destruction of fire or police property, a felony punishable by up to four years in prison. AnnArbor.com reported in May that authorities charged Pearce and four other teens in the March 2010 vandalizing of an Ann Arbor police car by smashing out the rear window and tail lights with a hammer and pouring feces on the roof. Ann Arbor attorney David A. Nacht of Nacht Roumel Salvatore Blanchard & Walker PC is counsel of record for the defendant.
Francios Delano Rachal faces sentencing for uttering and publishing a state warrant and false pretenses involving $200 to 1,000. Canton attorney Zeina Samir Makki of Nabih H. Ayad & Associates PC is counsel of record for the defendant.
In a matter previously scheduled for Sept. 15, Tiffani Nicole Davis faces sentencing for delivery or manufacture of marijuana, a felony punishable by up to four years in prison. Detroit attorney Raymond R. Burkett is counsel of record for the defendant.
In a matter rescheduled from Oct. 6, Geoffrey Lee Darby faces sentencing for armed robbery, a capital felony punishable by up to life in prison, and related charges. Ann Arbor attorney Erane C. Washington-Kendrick is counsel of record for the defendant.
Lamark Curry faces sentencing for aggravated indecent exposure, a two-year felony. Willie James Birton faces sentencing for second-degree home invasion, a 15-year felony, and breaking and entering a building with intent. Amanda Irene Millhouse faces sentencing for operating a vehicle while intoxicated or with the presence of a controlled substance — third or subsequent offense, a five-year felony. Eric Leonard faces sentencing for breaking and entering a coin operated device, a three-year felony. Washtenaw County Public Defender Lloyd E. Powell is counsel of record for each of the four defendants.
Source: Washtenaw County Trial Court, AnnArbor.com