Walkerville man gets 15-25 year prison term for sexual assault

September 11, 2015

By Allison Scarbrough. OCP Editor.

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

Parsons

Parsons

Jeffery John Parsons, 60, of 5064 N. 176th Ave., Walkerville, pleaded no contest June 22 to first-degree criminal sexual conduct – victim under 13. He was sentenced Aug. 31 to 15-25 years in prison with credit for 168 days served and $258 in fines and costs. Related story here

Raymond Joseph Kirby, 44, of 2212 Benjamin St., Saginaw, was found guilty July 20

Raymond Kirby, with his attorney, Julie Springstead Waltz, during a July hearing.

Raymond Kirby, with his attorney, Julie Springstead Waltz, during a July hearing.

of first-degree home invasion. He was sentenced Aug. 31 to four years and three months to 20 years in prison with credit for 141 days served and $258 in fines and costs. One count of larceny of a firearm and one count of felony firearms were dismissed. Related story here

Moore

Moore

Jonathon Dale Moore, 41, of 104 N. Michigan, Shelby, was found guilty July 13 of false report of a felony. He was sentenced Aug. 31 to 18 months to four years in prison and $258 in fines and costs. Sentence to run consecutively to his parole violation in three separate Mason County cases.

Jordan Scott Black, 25, of 108 Populus Dr., Harvest, Ala., was found guilty July 13 of

Black

Black

possession of meth. He was sentenced to 11 months in jail with credit for 82 days served; sentence to be served at the court’s discretion with 90 days up front; two years probation; driver’s license suspended six months/restricted after 30 days; $2,996 in restitution to the State, Sheriffs’, Chiefs’ Enforcement of Narcotics Team (SSCENT); and $258 in fines and costs. One count of delivery/manufacture of meth and one count of delivery less than 50 grams were dismissed.

Mendez

Mendez

Luis Angel Mendez, 20, of 3559 132nd Ave., Hesperia, was found guilty Nov. 3, 2014 of controlled substance possession of a non-narcotic. He received an amended sentence Aug. 31 due to violating probation of six months in jail with credit for four days served; serve 30 days up front/balance to be served at the court’s discretion; two years probation; 90 days alcohol monitoring upon release from jail; and $125 in fines and costs. Holmes Youthful Trainee Act (HYTA) status revoked.

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