27th Circuit Court sentencings include breaking and entering, assault with a weapon, food stamp fraud

July 25, 2015
Craig Overla with his attorney, Julie Springstead Walz.

Craig Overla with his attorney, Julie Springstead Walz.

By Allison Scarbrough. OCP Editor.

HART — The following were sentenced recently in 27th Circuit Court:

– Craig David Overla, 30, of 5427 S. Water Rd., New Era, pleaded “no contest” June 8 to breaking and entering with intent and larceny of a firearm. He was sentenced July 20 to two to 10 years in prison for Count 1 and two to five years in prison for Count 2 with credit for 166 days served for both counts. Sentences are concurrent. Overla was also ordered to pay $5,229.59 in restitution and $198 in fines and costs for Count 1 and $68 in costs for Count 2. One count of felony firearms and one count of possession of weapons/firearms were dismissed. Related story here

Jennifer Curtis with her attorney, Julie Springstead Waltz.

Jennifer Curtis with her attorney, Julie Springstead Waltz.

– Jennifer Ruth Curtis, 31, of 1100 State St., Fremont, pleaded “no contest” June 8 to assault with weapon. She was sentenced July 20 to nine months discretionary jail; serve three months forthwith; credit for 84 days served in jail; two years probation; $258 in fines and costs; and no contact with the victim. Related story here

– Isabel Lopez, 40, of 2090 E. Madison Rd., Hart, was found guilty June 8 of food stamp fraud over $1,000. She was sentenced July 20 to three months discretionary jail with no time forthwith; credit for one day served; one year probation; $6,334 in restitution; and $258 in fines, costs and assessments.

– Maria R. Escamilla, 30, of 103 S. Courtland St., Hart, was found guilty June 8 of food stamp fraud over $1,000. She was sentenced July 20 to 90 days discretionary jail with no time forthwith; credit for one day served; two years probation; $16,189 restitution; and $258 in fines, costs and assessments.

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