Gary Steve Shuford Sr., 65, of Newton, will spend four to six years in prison after a Catawba County jury found him guilty of fleeing to elude arrest with a motor vehicle, driving while impaired and having habitual felon status. … Read More
News and Press Releases from the DA's Office
Below you will find information about the latest pleas, trials, and important developments in Burke, Caldwell, and Catawba Counties. As an office, we are bound by the Rules of Professional Conduct for all North Carolina attorneys, and special rules for prosecutors. Therefore, we often only comment on cases after final disposition.
For all media inquiries and requests, for all three counties, please contact Nathan Key by phone: 828-695-6193 or email: Nathan.D.Key@nccourts.org.
Renous Alan Hughes, 48, of Hickory, was given an active prison sentence of six to nine years following his conviction for multiple crimes during Catawba County Superior Court on Monday, December 2, 2019. The Honorable Karen Eady-Williams, Superior Court Judge … Read More
Michael Scott Henderson, 38, of Hiddenite, will spend five to seven years in prison after he was convicted of two counts of attempted breaking and entering, attempted larceny after breaking and entering, and admitting his habitual felon status during Catawba … Read More
A Vale man already serving an active prison sentence of 10 to 13 years for crimes in Catawba County was given an additional period of incarceration for felony convictions in Burke County. Tykevious Owan Thomas, 27, was sentenced to a … Read More
Tykevious Owan Thomas, 27, of Vale, was sentenced to an active prison term of 10 to 13 years following his conviction for two counts of assault with a deadly weapon with intent to kill, possession of firearm by a felon … Read More
John Michael Wall, 56, of Hickory, was given an active prison sentence of nine to 12 years after a Catawba County jury found him guilty of possession of stolen goods and determined that he had attained status as a habitual felon. The Honorable R. Stuart … Read More
A Caldwell County man will spend five to seven years in prison following his conviction for two counts of felony breaking and entering, one count of felony flee to elude arrest and admission of his habitual felon status. Jamie Todd Miller, … Read More
David Daniel Moore, 53, of Maiden, was sentenced to an active prison term of 18 to 27 years following his conviction for two counts of statutory sex offense. The Honorable Athena F. Brooks, Superior Court Judge from Henderson County, imposed … Read More
Stephanie Renzelman has been hired by District Attorney Scott Reilly to serve the citizens of the 36th Prosecutorial District. Renzelman was sworn in as the newest assistant district attorney in the 36th Prosecutorial District on Tuesday, October 1, 2019, by … Read More
Aron Eugene Shell, 46, of Lenoir, will spend six to nine years in prison after he was convicted of failure to register a new address as a sex offender, breaking and entering a motor vehicle and admitting his habitual felon … Read More