Circuit Court sentencings

May 30, 2014

By Allison Scarbrough. OCP Editor.

HART — The following were sentenced Tuesday, May 27, in 27th Circuit Court:

Anderson

Anderson

Tresa Brianna Anderson, 22, of 17 Griswold St., Hart, was found guilty Nov. 29, 2010 of uttering and publishing and probation violation. She was sentenced to one year in jail with credit for 142 days served; sentence to be served at the court’s discretion; eight months forthwith; all prior terms of sentence, as well as probation, are continued; and $1,375.50 in restitution and $237.60 in fines and costs. One count of uttering and publishing was dismissed.

– David Scott Spencer, 47, of 5625 N. 136th Ave., Hart, was found guilty April 14 of controlled

Spencer

Spencer

substance, delivery/manufacture of marijuana. Two counts of the same charge were dismissed. He was sentenced to six months in jail with credit for one day served; sentence to be served at the court’s discretion; 20 days forthwith; driver’s license suspended one year; one year probation*; and $800 in fines and costs.

Hekkema

Hekkema

– Linda Kay Hekkema, 43, of 5625 N. 136th Ave., Hart, was found guilty April 14 of controlled substance, delivery/manufacture of marijuana. Two counts of the same charge were dismissed. She was sentenced to 90 days in jail with credit for one day served; sentence to be served at the court’s discretion; driver’s license suspended six months; one year probation*; and $800 in fines and costs.

– James Lee Hardin, 55, of 13033 19 Mile Rd., Gowen, pleaded “no contest”  April 4 to second-

Hardin

Hardin

degree home invasion. He was sentenced to one year in jail with credit for 25 days served; sentenced to be served at the court’s discretion; 30 days forthwith; and $3,955 in restitution; $400 in fines and costs. Defendant may file a motion to challenge the restitution amount but must do so within 45 days.

*Conditions of probation: May not use alcohol or possess alcoholic beverages or controlled substances and must submit to testing; must use prescription drugs as prescribed; must complete treatment programs; must waive complete confidentiality and allow disclosure of information to probation agent; must obey all court orders; must possess a valid State of Michigan identification; may not engage in any assaultive behavior; may not associate with any  known felons; may not change a residence without prior permission; may not use any object as a weapon; must contact probation agent upon placement on probation; must comply with all orders of probation agent; must allow probation agent into residence for supervision purposes; must submit to searches of person, place, auto; must report any police contact, loss of employment or change of residence within 24 hours; and must notify probation agent of the service of a personal protection order within 24 hours. Restitution is joint and several with co-defendant.

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