On February 5, 2019, in the 123rd Judicial District Court, the Honorable LeAnn Rafferty presiding, 48 cases were called for status hearings, arraignments, and other various purposes. Shelby County District Attorney Stephen Shires was able to resolve and finalize 19 cases.
A number of the remaining cases will be brought back this Friday for potential completion. These cases are all set on the April trial docket. Several defendants were not present, and an order was signed by Judge Rafferty for the issuance of an arrest warrant for those individuals.
Those people included Tristen Durden, Tony Josh Parker, Amber Gryder, George Henry, and Jermaine Preston. If those persons report to Court this Friday, February 8, 2019, at 9 a.m., the Court will recall their warrant.
If you are reading this, and your name is mentioned, contact your attorney and be in Court this Friday. Next up, the District Attorney will be in the 273rd District Court, the Honorable Judge James A. Payne, Jr. presiding, on Thursday, February 7, 2019, for a docket of cases set for arraignment.