From today’s Sentinel.  You get the feeling that “allegedly” is their favorite word after reading these bond hearing reports.  Total number of times the word is used:  seven.  Also, the phrase “in which officials said” is used six times.

Bond $18,000 on Forgery Charges
By Bobby Moore
Staff Writer

An $18,000 bond was set for Isaac Gillett Monday in Magistrate Court on charges of two counts of first degree forgery and two counts of second degree forgery in a case in which officials said a man allegedly tried to purchase two laptop computers from a local business using a fraudulent credit card and driver’s license.

In other news, Brittney Fletcher and Angela Fletcher both received a $15,000 bond for charges of three counts of first degree forgery in a case in which officials said two women allegedly paid rent to their landlord using fraudulent checks.

Jose Garibo was given an $11,000 bond for charges of first degree forgery, second degree forgery, giving a false name and date of birth to police and carrying a concealed weapon in addition to the preset bond for charges of driving while unlicensed and speeding.  Officials said these charges are linked to a case in which a man allegedly had in his possession two forms of identification that listed different dates of birth.

A $6,000 bond for Jesse King on charges of sexual battery and battery in a case in which officials said a man allegedly grabbed a woman’s buttocks and punched her during an altercation at a store.

Monta Daughtery received a $5,000 bond for a charge of possession of a firearm by a convicted felon.  Daughtery also faces a violation of probation warrant.

Valerie Butler was given a $4,000 bond for a charge of aggravated assault in a case in which officals said a woman allgedly accelerated and almost struck a man with her vehicle during a domestic dispute.

A $4,000 bond was set for Derize Clingmon on a felony charge of theft by receiving in a case in which officials said a man allegedly had in his possession items taken during a burglary at a Pope Road residence.

Gail Robinson received a $4,000 bond for a felony charge of theft by taking in a case in which officials said a woman allegedly stole a purse containing a cell phone.

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