27th Circuit Court sentencings include tether tampering, larceny, domestic violence.

February 26, 2016

By Allison Scarbrough. OCP Editor.

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

Pearo

Pearo

Terry Donald Pearo, 23, of 215 State St., Hart, was found guilty Dec. 28 of tampering with an electronic monitoring device or tether. He was sentenced Feb. 23 to serve six months of a one-year discretionary jail sentence and $400 in fines and costs. Term runs consecutively to a parole violation sentence.

Anthony Werner Priese, 35, of 1949 Ray Ave., New Era, was found guilty Jan. 4 of

Priese

Priese

larceny in a building; forgery; and uttering and publishing. He was sentenced Feb. 23 to two concurrent terms of 18 months to 14 years in prison and a concurrent term of 18 months to four years in prison, with credit for five days served in jail; $1,063 in restitution payable to Huntington Bank; and $394 in fines and costs. Court does not oppose Special Alternative Incarceration (SAI) or boot camp.

Scarbrough

Scarbrough

Charles Albert Scarbrough, 60, of 108 North St., White Cloud, was found guilty Jan. 4 of third-offense domestic violence. He was sentenced Feb. 23 to serve five months of a one-year discretionary jail sentence, with credit for 90 days served in jail; $400 in fines and costs; and three years probation.

Jesse Ingalls-Johnson, 22, of 3361 E. Garfield, Hesperia, was found guilty Jan. 11

Jesse Ingalls-Johnson

Ingalls-Johnson

of controlled substance – possession of a non-narcotic/analogues. He was sentenced to serve 154 days of a one-year discretionary jail sentence, with credit for 154 days served; 18 months probation; no alcohol/drugs nor be in possession of any drug paraphernalia; may not be with anyone known to be in possession of such items; must use prescription drugs only as prescribed; and $400 in fines and costs. One count of possession of marijuana was dismissed.

Dutton

Dutton

Abigail Delight Dutton, 28, of 64 S. Michigan Ave., Shelby, pleaded “no contest” Jan. 4 to accessory after the fact. She was sentenced Feb. 23 to serve 20 days of an 11-month discretionary jail sentence, with credit for 20 days served; and $400 in fines and costs.

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