CHATSWORTH — The following pleas were taken in Superior Court on Wednesday:

• Cindy Marie Aaron, 39, 232 Willow Springs Road, Chatsworth, pleaded guilty to illegal possession of prescription drugs. She was sentenced to four years, with 30 days in jail and the rest on probation; to pay a $1,500 fine plus court costs, surcharges and probation fees; to 150 hours of community service; to attend alcohol and drug abuse counseling; and to submit to random drug screens.

• Jesse W. Booth Jr., 43, 150 Sahara Lane, Chatsworth, pleaded guilty to DUI. He was sentenced to 12 months, with 72 hours in jail and the rest on probation; to pay a $600 fine plus court costs, surcharges and probation fees; and to 240 hours of community service.

• Logan Jerome Browder, no address available, pleaded no contest to possession of less than an ounce of marijuana. He was sentenced to 12 months, to be suspended upon the payment of a $200 fine plus court costs and surcharges within 60 days.

• Deborah Lynn Carroll, no address available, pleaded guilty to a violation of the Georgia Controlled Substances Act. She was sentenced to five years, with one in prison and the rest on probation; to pay a $2,000 fine plus court costs, surcharges and probation fees; to 300 hours of community service; to attend alcohol and drug abuse counseling; and to submit to random drug screens.

• John Daniel Carroll, 34, 33206 Old Federal Road S., Chatsworth, pleaded guilty to burglary. He was sentenced to 10 years in prison.

• Curtis William Duren Jr., 29, 2950 Rustic View Drive, Chatsworth, pleaded guilty to possession of less than an ounce of marijuana. He was sentenced to 12 months, to be suspended upon the payment of a $250 fine plus court costs and surcharges within 60 days.

• Kevin Kinnamon, 31, 289 Lakeshore Drive, Chatsworth, pleaded no contest to possession of less than an ounce of marijuana. He was sentenced as a first offender to 12 months, to be suspended upon the payment of a $250 fine plus court costs and surcharges within 60 days. As a first offender, if he successfully complies with his sentence he will not have a conviction on his record. If he does not, he could be resentenced up to a year in jail.

• Eduardo Zubia Martinez, 212 Wilbanks St., Eton, pleaded guilty to possession of altered ephedrine. He was sentenced to five years in prison.

• Ronnie Ray Morgan, 27, 80 E. Fifth Ave., Chatsworth, pleaded guilty to forgery in the first degree. He was sentenced to three years in prison.

• Jammie Eugene Pierce, no address available, pleaded guilty to theft by receiving a motor vehicle. He was sentenced to five years, with eight months in jail and the rest on probation; to pay a $1,000 fine plus court costs, surcharges and probation fees; and to 100 hours of community service.

• Dwayne Anthony Whaley, 43, 3448 Highway 286, Chatsworth, pleaded guilty to aggravated stalking. He was sentenced to five years in prison.

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