27th Circuit Court sentencings.

April 17, 2017

27th Circuit Court sentencings.

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By Allison Scarbrough. Editor.

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

Flood

Flood

– William Paul Flood, 51, of 1194 N. 100th Ave., Hart, was found guilty Feb. 13 of third-offense operating while intoxicated and was sentenced April 10 to serve one year in jail with credit for two days served; work release denied; two years probation; and $698 in fines and costs. One misdemeanor count of second-offense driving while license suspended (DWLS) was dismissed.

– Johnny Leslie Linville, 28, of 23 S. Winter St., Hesperia, was found guilty Feb. 13 of methamphetamine possession and was sentenced April 10 to serve four months up front of a one-year discretionary jail

Linville

Linville

term with credit for one day served; work release permitted by court if eligible with probation department; 18 months probation; driver’s license suspended one year/restricted after 60 days; and $198 in fines and costs. Two counts of operating/maintaining a meth lab were dismissed.

– Sidney B. Fuller, 54, of 3761 N. 144th Ave., Hart, was found guilty Feb. 22 of

Fuller

Fuller

larceny in a building and was sentenced April 10 to serve five months up front of a one-year discretionary jail term with credit for 114 days served; two years probation; and $500 in fines and costs. Early release from jail allowed pending $500 payment.

– Mohamed Ali Hassan, 26, of 415 Hart St., Hart, was found guilty April 10 of a misdemeanor of switchblade possession and was sentenced to serve two days up front of a one-year discretionary jail term with credit for two days served and $400 in fines and costs. Felony counts of carrying a concealed weapon and possession of a dangerous weapon, along with a misdemeanor of driving without insurance, were dismissed.

– Clinton Rayalan Myers, 28, of 1614 Elwood St., Muskegon, was found guilty April 10 of a misdemeanor of breaking and entering/illegal entry and was sentenced to serve one day up front of a 90-day discretionary jail term with credit for one day served and $400 in fines and costs. One felony count of breaking and entering with intent was dismissed.

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