A friend is in jail and that's what his charge comment says
If you want to KNOW (caps intentional) what a Jail's docket entry means then I suggest that you go straight to the source. Call the Jail and ask the Shift Commander to explain the entry to you after which you will KNOW (again, caps intentional) what it means.
As an aside, if you call then follow the rule of the 3 "p"'s - be patient, pleasant and polite - in which case you will likely be surprised at just how knowledgeable and helpful the good folks at the jail can be. Conversely...
Wishing your friend luck and hoping that I've been helpful in properly re-directing you to an accurate answer to your question.
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