A Georgia man caught selling Molly at Bonnaroo was among the cases heard by General Sessions Judge Jere Ledsinger this past week as the last of Bonnaroo Court was held, composed of cases from this year’s event in June.

Connor Ashton Brown of Winston, Ga., 22 at the time of the crime, was bound over to the grand jury on charges of possession of Schedule I drugs.  Bond has been set for $10,000.

His charges come after he unwittingly sold the drug Molly (MDMA, sometimes called ecstasy) to an undercover police officer while at Bonnaroo this past summer. He was arrested a short time later and 50 more pills were found in his possession.

Elsewhere on the Bonnaroo docket, fines were steep as Judge Jere Ledsinger heard the Bonnaroo docket, most crimes having to do with drug possession at the Manchester-based festival held this past June.

Included in court action:

Lane Wyatt Baker was granted an 11-month, 29-day judicial diversion and must pay $2,000 for possession of Schedule I drugs. In the case of a judicial diversion, the defendant may ask that their criminal record be erased once they have paid their fines and completed their probation.

Nicholas Jake Baker was bound over to the grand jury on charges of possession of Schedule I drugs.  Bond has been set for $25,000.

Jason Roberts Barnes was given an 11-29 judicial diversion and must pay $2,000 for possession of Schedule VI drugs.

Alexander Mejia Beriguete was given an 11-29 judicial diversion and must pay $1,000 and to perform 40 hours of public service for possession of Schedule II drugs.

Sierra Rose Marie Bliss was given an 11-29 judicial diversion and must pay $2,500 and to perform 30 hours of public service for possession of Schedule I drugs.

Myles Alexander Brown was given an 11-29 judicial diversion and must pay $2,000 and perform 20 hours of public service for simple possession.

Henry Camilo Nieves Bustos was given an 11-29 judicial diversion and must pay $1,500 and perform 40 hours of public service for simple possession and not wearing a seatbelt. 

Steven Corey Byers was given an 11-29 judicial diversion and must pay $2,500 for simple possession. 

Olivia A Carbone was bound over to the grand jury on charges of possession of Schedule I, Schedule II, and Schedule VI drugs.  Bond has been set for $10,000.

Brian Kristopher Chester was bound over to the grand jury on charges of unlawful possession and possession of Schedule VI drugs.

Kyle David Dawson was given an 11-29 judicial diversion and must pay $2,000 and to perform 20 hours of public service for casual exchange of Schedule I drugs. 

Jesse Albert Dvorak Deluca was given an 11-29 judicial diversion and must pay $11,500 and perform 40 hours of public service for possession of Schedule I drugs.

Drake Nathaniel Durden was bound over to the grand jury on charges of possession of Schedule I drugs and resisting arrest.  Bond set for $10,000.

Julian Ivey Edmonds was given an 11-29 judicial diversion and must pay $1,500 and perform 20 hours of public service for casual exchange of Schedule I drugs.

Brendan J. Fitzpatrick was bound over to the grand jury on charges of possession of Schedule I drugs.  Bond set for $10,000. 

Daniel Andry Gavilin was given an 11-29 judicial diversion and must pay $3,500 and perform 40 hours of public service for possession of Schedule I drugs.

Raquel Allena Gleicher was given an 11-29 judicial diversion and must pay $1,250 and perform 20 hours of public service for casual exchange of Schedule I drugs. 

Cody Alexander Grubb was given an 11-29 judicial diversion and must pay $9,250 and perform 40 hours of public service for possession of Schedule I drugs.

Joshua Andrew Guy was bound over to the grand jury on charges of possession of Schedule I and Schedule VI drugs.  Bond set for $25,000.

Stuart Marshall was given an 11-29 judicial diversion and must pay $1,500 for simple possession of Schedule VI drugs.

Kendrick Adarrion Johnson was given an 11-29 judicial diversion and must pay $1,000 and perform 20 hours of public service for simple possession.

Steven Allen Johnson was given an 11-29 judicial diversion and must pay a fine of $2,250 and perform 20 hours of public service for simple possession.

Chastain Taylor Lynn was given an 11-29 judicial diversion and must pay $2,500 and perform 30 hours of public service for casual exchange of Schedule I drugs between an adult and minor. 

John David MacDonald was bound over to the grand jury on charges of possession of Schedule I drugs.

Eric David Mark was given an 11-29 judicial diversion and must pay $2,500 and perform 30 hours of public service for casual exchange of Schedule II drugs between an adult and minor.

Marlerie Lee Mason was given an 11-29 judicial diversion and must pay $2,000 and perform 20 hours of public service for casual exchange of Schedule drugs between an adult and minor.

Shane Burke Mckinney was bound over to the grand jury on charges of possession of Schedule I drugs. Bond set for $10,000.

Brenden Joseph Pratt was given an 11-29 judicial diversion and must pay $3,500 and perform 30 hours of public service for possession of Schedule I and VI drugs.

Jezalyn Shea Roose was given an 11-29 judicial diversion and must pay $2,500 for casual exchange of Schedule VI drugs between an adult and minor. 

Fatsuan Maron Smith was bound over to the grand jury on charges of possession of Schedule II drugs.  Bond is set for $10,000.

Seth Lewis Swindell was bound over to the grand jury on charges of simple possession and possession of Schedule I drugs.  Bond is set for $2,500.

Anne Marie Toomer was given an 11-29 judicial diversion and must pay $1,000 for simple possession.

Jack James Trice was bound over to the grand jury on charges of possession of Schedule VI drugs.  Bond is set for $5,000. 

Jonathan Hubert Willis was bound over to the grand jury on charges of possession of Schedule I drugs.  Bond is set for $10,000.

Bailey George Hesse Withbroe was given an 11-29 judicial diversion and must pay $2,750 and perform 30 hours of public service for simple possession. 

Caroline Oman was given an 11-29 judicial diversion and must pay $1,250 and perform 20 hours of public service for simple possession.

Ian Grady was bound over to the grand jury on charges of manufacturing, delivering, and selling drugs.