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DUI/DWIThe man accused of murdering the Codds, Owens, has a prior conviction record with the state. In 2007 he was convicted of speeding to elude arrest, habitual impaired driving, possession of a schedule VI controlled substance, all of which are felonies. He has a number of misdemeanor convictions, including reckless driving, driving while licensed revoked, DWI and drunk and disorderly. The only violent offenses in his record, as displayed on the NC Department of Public Safety
Traffic ViolationsPayne was previously convicted in 2008 of felony speeding to elude arrest charges. He was sentenced to probation. He has also been convicted of various misdemeanors, ranging from DWI to possession of drug paraphernalia and drunk and disorderly conduct.
RobberyIn a statement released by the office of Acting US Attorney for the Western District of North Carolina, Jill Westmoreland Rose, “Anthony Lamont Hill, 31, of Fletcher, was sentenced today to 121 months in prison for his role in the 2013 armed robbery of a Dollar General store in Woodfin.”
MisdemeanorsPublic Offender Information website, are two counts of resisting officers in 2007 and assault on a policeman in 2002. All three charges were misdemeanors, for which he was convicted. Owens has reportedly spent two years and five months in prison and was released in 2009.
Drug CrimesIn their press release they said, “Upon locating the suspicious vehicles and making contact with the occupants, officers learned that two of the subjects, Dwight Eugene Morgan, Jr. and April Joy McMinn, had outstanding orders for arrest. The third subject, Michael Jeramy Payne, was detained for investigation of possession of drug paraphernalia.” The release went on to state that as the responding officers continued their investigation, they found “multiple items of stolen property, including fourteen (14) firearms, as well as illegal controlled substances and additional drug paraphernalia in the possession of the three subjects.”
MurderDA Todd Williams’ Office released a statement Monday afternoon (August 3) which stated that they had “filed and served a Notice of Intent to Seek Death Penalty on the defendant, Robert Jason Owens, through his lawyers for the two first degree murder charges he is currently facing.” Owens, 37, was arrested in connection to the killings of JT Codd, his wife, Cristie Schoen Codd, and their un-born child on March 17.
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