Your Right To Know – July 4, 2024

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City of Henderson
Police Department
June 28, 2024

Christopher C. Freeman, 48, Lexington, was arrested and charged with aggravated criminal trespass and assault. He was released from the Chester County Jail after posting a $1,000 bond.
June 30, 2024
Jennifer F. McDaniel, 50, Henderson, was arrested and charged with assault, domestic assault – injury and vandalism $500 to $1,000.
City of Henderson
Fire Department
No reports.
Chester County
Sheriff’s Department
June 24, 2024
Rachel Machado, 39
, Booneville, Miss., was arrested and charged with simple possession of a schedule VI controlled substance, unlawful possession of a weapon while under O.P. and simple possession of schedule II methamphetamine. She is held in the Chester County Jail in lieu of a $3,000 bond.
June 26, 2024
Dustin Range, 38
, Henderson, was arrested and charged with public intoxication. He was released from the Chester County Jail on his own recognizance.
Norma Williams, 51, Lexington, was arrested and charged with attempted driving on a canceled/revoked or suspended license and criminal impersonation. She is held in the Chester County Jail without bond.
June 27, 2024
Samuel Collins, 48
, Pinson, was arrested and charged with violation of Community Corrections – Misdemeanor. He is held in the Chester County Jail without bond.
June 30, 2024
Logan Kinchen, 23
, Bethel Springs, was arrested and charged with violation of Community Corrections – Misdemeanor. He is held in the Chester County Jail in lieu of a $500 cash only bond.
Chester County
Fire Department
No reports.
Chester County
Circuit Court
May 3, 2024
Charles Anthony Edwards, 53
, pled guilty to counts one/two/three (merged), class A misdemeanor second offense driving under the influence – per se, and was sentenced to 11 months and 29 days in the Chester County Jail, receiving credit for time served pretrial, a minimum of 75% service prior to release eligibility for work release, furlough, trusty status or rehabilitative programs and was ordered to pay court costs plus $600 in fines. He pled guilty to count four, class D felony evading arrest vehicle – risk of death, and was sentenced to eight years in a TDOC facility at 35% service prior to release eligibility, receiving credit for time served pretrial, a period of 11 months and 29 days to be served prior to release on probation or Community Corrections, a minimum of 100% service prior to eligibility for work release, furlough, trusty status or rehabilitative programs, all suspended and supervised by State Intensive Probation. He pled guilty to counts five/six (merged), class A misdemeanor driving on a second offense canceled/revoked or suspended license, and was sentenced to 11 months and 29 days in the Chester County Jail, with credit for time served pretrial, a minimum of 75% service prior to eligibility for work release, furlough, trusty status or rehabilitative programs. He pled guilty to count seven, class A misdemeanor simple possession of a schedule III controlled substance, and was sentenced to 11 months and 29 days in the Chester County Jail, with credit for time served pretrial, a minimum of 75% service prior to eligibility for work release, furlough, trusty status or rehabilitative programs. He pled guilty to count eight, class D felony theft of property $2,500 to $10,000, and was sentenced to eight years in the TDOC facility, with credit for time served pretrial, a period of 11 months and 29 days incarceration to be served prior to release on probation or Community Corrections, 100% service prior to eligibility for work release, furlough, trusty status or rehabilitative programs, all suspended and supervised. He pled guilty to count nine, class B misdemeanor reckless driving, and was sentenced to six months in the Chester County Jail, with credit for time served pretrial, a minimum of 75% service prior to eligibility for work release, furlough, trusty status or rehabilitative programs. Edwards pled guilty to count 10, class C misdemeanor driving on roadways laned for traffic, and was sentenced to 30 days in the Chester County Jail, with credit for time served, a minimum of 75% service prior to eligibility for work release, furlough, trusty status or rehabilitative programs. He pled guilty to count 11, class C misdemeanor drivers to exercise due care, and was sentenced to 30 days in the Chester County Jail, with credit for time served, a minimum of 75% service prior to eligibility for work release, furlough, trusty status or rehabilitative programs. He pled guilty to count 12, class C misdemeanor obedience to any required traffic control device, and was sentenced to 30 days in the Chester County Jail with credit for time served, a minimum of 75% service prior to eligibility for work release, furlough, trusty status or rehabilitative programs. He pled guilty to count 13, class C misdemeanor open container and was ordered to pay a $25 fine. All counts are concurrent with each other and with other specified cases. He is to pay court costs and is to complete 48 hours of unpaid community service. He may be released to an inpatient treatment program to serve the 11/29 jail sentence but must successfully complete the program or will serve jail sentence, not eligible for work release or post-plea expungement, must submit to an alcohol and drug evaluation and follow recommendations, must submit to random monthly drug and alcohol screens, must maintain full-time employment or be a full-time student, must complete DUI Safety School and MADD Victim Impact Panel within six months, driving privileges revoked for a period of two years, ignition interlock required for a restricted license during revocation period if eligible.
May 24, 2024
Joshua Daniel Jones, 22
, pled guilty to count one, class E felony statutory rape. He was sentenced to two years in a TDOC facility at 30% service prior to release eligibility, receiving credit for time served pretrial, a period of 180 days incarceration to be served day for day prior to release on probation or Community Corrections; One year and six months suspended and supervised by intensive state probation, and ordered to pay court costs plus $500 in fines and $200 sex offender tax. He pled guilty to count two, class E felony statutory rape, and was sentenced to two years in a TDOC facility at 30% service prior to release eligibility, receiving credit for time served, a period of 180 days incarceration to be served prior to release on probation or Community Corrections, one year and six months suspended and supervised, and ordered to pay costs plus $500 in fines and $200 for sex offender tax. All counts are concurrent with each other and to be served consecutively to a specified Hardin County case. He must complete intensive outpatient drug and alcohol treatment, must submit to twice-monthly drug and alcohol screens, must not use drugs or alcohol, is to be placed on the sex offender registry and follow requirements, is to have no contact of any kind with witnesses or victims and must maintain full-time employment, be a full-time student or show proof of disability.

May 28, 2024
Derek Ryan Williams, 35
, pled guilty to count one, class A misdemeanor first offense driving under the influence. He was sentenced to 11 months and 29 days in the Chester County Jail, receiving credit for time served pretrial, a period of 14 days, day for day, to be served prior to release on probation or Community Corrections, a minimum of 75% service prior to eligibility for work release, furlough, trusty status or rehabilitative programs, all suspended and supervised by Community Corrections, and ordered to pay court costs plus $350 in fines. He pled guilty to count two, class B misdemeanor driving on a canceled/revoked or suspended license and was sentenced to six months in the Chester County Jail with credit for time served, a period of 14 days incarceration to be served prior to release on probation or Community Corrections, a minimum of 75% service prior to eligibility for work release, furlough, trusty status or rehabilitative programs, all suspended and supervised by Community Corrections. He pled guilty to count three, class C misdemeanor open container and was ordered to pay $50 in fines. He pled guilty to count four, class C misdemeanor driving on the right, and was sentenced to 30 days in the Chester County Jail with credit for time served, a period of 14 days incarceration to be served prior to release on probation or Community Corrections, a minimum of 75% service prior to eligibility for work release, furlough, trusty status or rehabilitative programs, all suspended and supervised by Community Corrections. Williams pled guilty to count five, class C misdemeanor obedience to any required traffic control device, and was sentenced to 30 days in the Chester County Jail with credit for time served pretrial, a period of 14 days incarceration to be served prior to release on probation or Community Corrections, a minimum of 75% service prior to eligibility for work release, furlough, trusty status or rehabilitative programs, all suspended and supervised by Community Corrections. He pled guilty to count six, class C misdemeanor obedience to any required traffic control device, and was sentenced to 30 days in the Chester County Jail with credit for time served pretrial, a period of 14 days incarceration to be served prior to release on probation or Community Corrections, a minimum of 75% service prior to eligibility for work release, furlough, trusty status or rehabilitative programs, all suspended and supervised by Community Corrections. He pled guilty to count seven, class C financial responsibility law, and was ordered to pay $100 in fines. All counts are concurrent. He is not eligible for work release or post-plea expungement and must complete 48 hours of unpaid community service. He must submit to an alcohol and drug evaluation and follow recommendations, must submit to random monthly drug and alcohol screens, must maintain full-time employment or be a full-time student, must complete DUI Safety School and MADD Victim Impact Panel within six months. Driving privileges are revoked for a period of one year, ignition interlock required for a restricted license during revocation period if eligible.
June 4, 2024
Steven James Lute, 50
, appeared in Chester County Circuit Court and was found NOT GUILTY by jury verdict on charges of driving under the influence, possession of a handgun while under the influence and public intoxication.

All information included in Your Right to Know is provided by law enforcement, emergency service agencies and the Chester County Court System, and reflects reports, bonds, charges, jail status and court disposition at the time the report is received.

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