Charges filed by prosecuting attorney Chuck Graham:

Mackall, Tromain Jerome, 30, Lonoke, CR12-417: battery II (felony); aggravated assault (felony); battery III (misdemeanor)(two counts); first-degree criminal mischief (misdemeanor).

Mitchell, Dean Allen, 39, Cabot, CR12-415: rape (felony).

Woodring, Relinda Jenette, 32, Jacksonville, CR12-416: forgery II (felony); habitual criminal - large.

Guilty Plea Agreements:

Anderson, James Dawson, 36, Carlisle, CR12-289, Guilty Plea Agreement: sex offender failure or refusal to provide information (felony) — recommended sentence: 72 months supervised probation, $150 court costs, $250 DNA fee, $20 booking fee, $45 jail support fee, $35/mo. probation fee, $5/mo. tech fee, $1,000 fine, must comply with all registration requirements, all fines, costs and fees shall be paid within two years.

Bullock (Walker), Tammy L., 50, Cabot, CR12-152, Guilty Plea Agreement: theft of property (misdemeanor) — recommended sentence: 12 months supervised probation, $150 court costs, $250 DNA fee, $20 booking fee, $45 jail support fee, $35/mo. probation fee, $5/mo. tech fee, $250 fine, $1,000 restitution, all fines, costs and fees shall be paid within one year; Act 531.

Fite, Thomas, 24, Ward, CR12-168/169-1/301-1, Guilty Plea Agreement: possession of controlled substance – schedule III, with purpose to deliver (felony); failure to appear (felony); possession of controlled substance – schedule I/II (not methamphetamine/cocaine) with purpose to deliver (felony); possession of controlled substance – schedule IV/V with purpose to deliver (felony); theft of property (felony); theft by receiving (felony); habitual criminal - large — recommended sentence: sentencing Nov. 5.

Goss, Eric Darrell, 29, Lonoke, CR12-392, Guilty Plea Agreement: possession of controlled substance – schedule I/II, methamphetamine (felony) — recommended sentence: 72 months supervised probation, $150 court costs, $250 DNA fee, $20 booking fee, $45 jail support fee, $35/mo. probation fee, $5/mo. tech fee, $50 public defender fee; complete drug treatment and testing; 60 hours community service; all payments shall be paid within two years: Act 531.

Gunnell, Bethany Taylor, 19, Cabot, CR12-325, Guilty Plea Agreement: communicating a false alarm (misdemeanor) — recommended sentence: 12 months supervised probation, $150 court costs, $250 DNA fee, $20 booking fee, $45 jail support fee, $35/mo. probation fee, $5/mo. tech fee, $500 fine, $500 restitution Cabot Police Department, all fines, costs and fees shall be paid within one year.

Horn, Coleman Isaac, 27, Austin, CR12-321, Guilty Plea Agreement: possession of controlled substance – schedule I with purpose to deliver (felony) — recommended sentence: 72 months supervised probation, $150 court costs, $250 DNA fee, $20 booking fee, $45 jail support fee, $35/mo. probation fee, $5/mo. tech fee, $1,500 fine, $125 drug crime administrative fee,$50 public defender fee; complete drug treatment and testing; six months drivers license suspension with work permit; 60 hours community service; all fines, costs and fees shall be paid within two years; Act 531.

Overton, Matthew D., 23, Ward, CR12-226, Guilty Plea Agreement: failure to stop after accident with injury or death (felony); driving while intoxicated (misdemeanor) — recommended sentence: 72 months supervised probation, 12 months CCC, $150 court costs, $250 DNA fee, $20 booking fee, $45 jail support fee, $35/mo. probation fee, $5/mo. tech fee, $100 fine, $250 public defender fee; 24 months drivers license suspension; $5,000 restitution.

Penn, Stephanie Gayle, 39, Carlisle, CR12-231, Guilty Plea Agreement: theft of property (felony) — recommended sentence: 72 months supervised probation, $150 court costs, $250 DNA fee, $20 booking fee, $45 jail support fee, $35/mo. probation fee, $5/mo. tech fee, $1,000 fine, $1,250 restitution, 60 hours community service; all fines, costs, fees and restitution shall be paid within two years.

Simpson, Larry Jr., 35, Austin, CR12-373, Guilty Plea Agreement: possession of controlled substance – schedule I/II, methamphetamine of cocaine (felony) — recommended sentence: 72 months supervised probation, $150 court costs, $250 DNA fee, $20 booking fee, $45 jail support fee, $35/mo. probation fee, $5/mo. tech fee, $1,000 fine, $125 drug crime administrative fee, complete drug treatment and testing; six months drivers license suspension with work permit; all fines, costs and fees shall be paid within two years; Act 531.

Smith, Roy L., 51, [ ], CR12-108, Guilty Plea Agreement: carrying a weapon (misdemeanor); possession of controlled substance – schedule VI (misdemeanor); possession of drug paraphernalia (misdemeanor); driving while intoxicated - drugs (misdemeanor) — recommended sentence: 12 months supervised probation, $300 court costs, $250 DNA fee, $20 booking fee, $45 jail support fee, $35/mo. probation fee, $5/mo. tech fee, $1,500 fine, six months drivers license suspension with work permit; all fines, costs and fees shall be paid within two years.

Waller, Kelly Lackie, 43, Lonoke, CR12-264-7, Guilty Plea Agreement: theft by receiving (felony)(two counts); possession of controlled substance – schedule I/II (not methamphetamine or cocaine)(felony) — recommended sentence: 96 months supervised probation, $150 court costs, $250 DNA fee, $20 booking fee, $45 jail support fee, $35/mo. probation fee, $5/mo. tech fee, $1,000 fine, $125 drug crime administrative fee, $9,421.51 restitution (joint and several with co-defendants); $150 public defender fee; 120 hours community service; mandatory drug testing; six months drivers license suspension with work permit; all fines, costs and fees shall be paid within two years; Act 531.

Arkansas Act 346, First Offenders Act of 1975, and Act 531, Community Punishment Act of 1993 - Persons sentenced under Acts 346 or 531 are eligible to have their record expunged (sealed) if they have no more than one prior felony - as long as it was not a serious, violent offense.

Under Acts 346 and 531, anyone whose record is expunged, "shall have all privileges and rights restored, shall be completely exonerated, and the record which has been expunged shall not affect any of his civil rights or liberties, unless otherwise specifically provided for by law."

Individuals also can say they have no prior conviction - the offense "shall be deemed as a matter of law never to have occurred, and the individual may state that no such conduct ever occurred and that no such records exist."

However, although the record is sealed, it will not be destroyed and remains available to law enforcement officials under certain conditions.