78th District Court sentencings

October 8, 2015

oceana courthouseBy Allison Scarbrough. OCP Editor.

HART — The following were sentenced recently in 78th District Court:

– Luis Angel Mendez, 21, of 3559 S. 132nd Ave., Hesperia, was found guilty Oct. 5 of operating while impaired. He was sentenced to 30 days in jail with credit for 30 days served; 93 days discretionary jail to ensure compliance with court orders; credit for time if imposed; outpatient treatment; and $400 in fines and costs. Conviction reportable to the Secretary of State (SOS). One count of driving while license not valid/improper license and one count of operating while intoxicated were dismissed.

– Travis George Hiney, 33, of 418 Olmstead St., Detour, Mich., was found guilty Oct. 6 of operating while intoxicated. He was sentenced to two days in jail with credit for two days served; 93 days discretionary jail to ensure compliance with court orders; credit for time if imposed; no alcohol/drugs for one year; subject to random preliminary breath tests (PBTs); Alcohol Highway Safety Education (AHSE); $940 in fines and costs; and must attend Victims’ Impact Panel (VIP) classes. Conviction reportable to SOS. One count of operating with a high blood alcohol content (BAC) dismissed.

– JD Moore, Jr., 53, of 7169 S. 88th Ave., Rothbury, was found guilty Oct. 5 of assault and battery. He was sentenced to 28 days in jail with credit for 28 days served; 93 days discretionary jail to ensure compliance with court orders; credit for time if imposed; and $400 in fines and costs. One count of domestic violence dismissed.

– Robert William Holley, 54, of 988 N. Wilson Rd., Mears, was found guilty Oct. 5 of lying to a peace officer. He was sentenced to 93 days discretionary jail to ensure compliance with court orders; credit for time if imposed; and $400 in fines and costs. One count of harboring misdemeanants dismissed.

– Derrick Lee Maynard, 34, of 9160 Roosevelt Rd., Holton, was found guilty Oct. 5 of operating while intoxicated. He was sentenced to 93 days discretionary jail to ensure compliance with court orders; credit for time if imposed; outpatient treatment; six months probation; not to purchase/possess a firearm; no alcohol/drugs; subject to counseling, testing and searches as required by his probation officer; and $1,680 in fines and costs. One count of transporting open intoxicants and one count of operating under the influence of liquor with an occupant under age 16 were dismissed.

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