CT and the ABC Caper – Violation of Probation -Reveals It’s Own Tale

Written By Clarke Kent

The reason we talk about CT is because his name has been mentioned via hearsay to Shellie Carson Murder I’ve been investigating her murder since 2010 and have learned a ton of information on Shellie as well as personal information on Shellie and information from people who heard something and shared it with Justice for Shellie cadre. With regard to CT I learned that he revealed in being the “bad boy” of Eastern Park. His name always popped up from people revealing what hey heard. CT admit it himself. So it’s a fact of life for CT to be pegged as the “bad boy.” I have learned that his reputation was such and he dealt with it. As a boy it was prestigious with some people, however as he grows in maturity, he would now prefer to normalize his life. CT liked to drink, etc and this has lead him into many problems with the law.

The ABC caper is a sad story of petit larceny by a smart guy who got caught stealing a small bottle of Jose Cuervo Tequila which cost less than $10. The VBPD put together a case of multiple petit larceny recorded o the video and charged CT with Code 18.2-96 Felony class #6. He pleaded guilty on March 21, 2016 to the charges and was sentenced to 4 years, however he was able to get the sentence suspended by agreeing to a stringent order that required him to make restitution as well as an order to supply DNA and as stated on his sentence order signed by Judge Shockley on March 21, 2016 to 1) Good behavior “the defendant shall be of good behavior for 4 years and 2) Supervised probation. The supervised probation states the following: “the defendant is placed on supervised probation, the defendant shall be on probation under the supervision of a probation officer. Probation shall commence upon sentencing unless the defendant is remanded to custody at sentencing, then it shall commence upon release from incarceration. The defendant shall comply with all the rules, terms and requirements set by the probation officer. The defendant shall undergo and complete any substance abuse screening, assessments testing and treatment directed by the probation officer.” Added to the sentencing order, the order was that “The Defendant shall consume no alcohol and that the defendant is banned from all ABC stores. He was to make restitution of $114.80.” The order also stated, “The defendant sentenced to a term of confinement in a correctional facility shall be given credit for time spent in confinement while awaiting trial pursuant to Code 53.1-187.” “The Defendant shall pay cost pursuant to a statue.”

Now on 8/31/17 a warrant was issued for violation of probation. CT was arrested on 9/7/17. Added to CT problem was a notation on CT “Major violation report that stated ” it should be noted that CT was arrested for assault and battery – simple and is currently on a No Bond Status at VA Beach City Jail. He is due to return to the VA BEach General Court on 9/9/17. Should he be convicted of this charge he will be in violation of condition #1 of his supervised probation obligation.” CT’s ABC caper by this petit larceny of very small amounts of Tequila may cost him 4 years in the Va Beach Correctional Unit. His vice seems minor at first but his price could be 4 years of incarceration.

Justice during his period of probation has communicated with CT and I will share some of our communications. While we are seeking Justice for Shellie we are conscious of the efforts of CT to stay sober and get his life together. We sincerely wish him success at the pursuit.

Clarke and Lois Lane will share some interesting conversation with CT.


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2 Responses to CT and the ABC Caper – Violation of Probation -Reveals It’s Own Tale

  1. Juliet says:

    Ct… don’t get discouraged. Relapse is part of recovery. Take it one day at a time. You are in my prayers.

  2. Evidence says:

    Too bad they do not spend as much time on this murder as they do on this petty crime.

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