Jeffrey Douglas Brittain, 26, of Maiden, will serve at least 18years in prison following his conviction for second-degreemurder during Catawba County Superior Court on Wednesday, May 5, 2021. The Honorable, William A. Long, Superior Court Judge from Iredell County, imposed an active term of 18 … 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.
“Victory Earned Together.” That’s the motto of the Veterans’ Treatment Court in Catawba County that has been transformed from a vision to a reality. Following months of preparation and training, the newest court setting in the 36th Prosecutorial District officially … Read More
Brian Jerome Robinson will spend 28 to 35 years in prison following his conviction for two counts of second-degree murder and two counts of robbery with a dangerous weapon during Burke County Superior Court on Monday, April 12, 2021. Robinson, 37, of Connelly Springs, was given the active prison term by … Read More
A Conover man was sentenced to at least 19 years in prison following his conviction for property crimes and attainment of habitual felon status. Leonard Nelson Avery III, 35, was given consecutive sentences totaling 19 to 25 years after a … Read More
Nathaniel Wilson Kirby, 36, of Hickory, could spend up to 14 years in prison following his conviction for criminal charges tied to the exploitation of minors during Catawba County Superior Court on Wednesday, March 17, 2021. The Honorable Donnie Hoover, … Read More
Antonio Maurice Kee, 32, of Hickory, will serve an active prison term of six to nine years following his conviction for possession with intent to sell and deliver cocaine and admission of habitual felon status during Catawba County Superior Court. … Read More
A Lenoir man will serve six to nine years in prison following his conviction for multiple offenses during Caldwell County Superior Court on March 15, 2021. Aaron Wayne Douglas II, 25, was given an active prison term by the Honorable … Read More
A Granite Falls man will spend at least 50 years of incarceration following his conviction in Catawba County Superior Court for a double homicide that occurred nearly five years ago. Eric Terril Yount, 27, was sentenced to serve 50 to … Read More
Tevin Jerome Davis, 28, of Statesville, will serve an active prison term of five to seven years following his conviction on Thursday, January 21, 2021, in Catawba County Superior Court for accessory after the fact to first-degree murder, robbery with … Read More
Assistant District Attorney Nancy Lee has joined the Catawba County District Attorney’s Office to serve as the chief homicide prosecutor for the largest of the three counties in the 36th Prosecutorial District. Lee’s primary role will include supervision of all … Read More