27th Circuit Court sentencings, posted March 14, 2019.

March 14, 2019

27th Circuit Court sentencings, posted March 14, 2019.

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By Allison Scarbrough, Editor.

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

Dupont

Monte Lee Dupont, 26, of 65 S. Winter St., Hesperia, was found guilty of probation violation and sentenced, Feb. 25, to 15 months to four years in prison with credit for 127 days served in jail and $100 in fines and costs. Probation, which stems from an Aug. 27, 2018 conviction of accosting a child for immoral purposes, is revoked. HIV testing and sex offender registration are completed, according to Dupont’s court file.

– Woodrow Slone, Jr., 58, of 8505 Holton Duck Lake Rd., Holton, was found guilty, Oct. 29, 2018, of third-offense operating while intoxicated and was sentenced, March 4, to

Slone

one year in jail with credit for 57 days served and $490 in fines and costs. One count of second-offense driving while license suspended (DWLS) was dismissed.

– Phillip Earl Jonassen, 67, of 7619 E. Jefferson Rd., Walkerville, was found guilty by the

Jonassen

court, Jan. 24, of assaulting/resisting/obstructing police and was sentenced, March 11, to 60 days in jail with credit for two days served and $258 in fines and costs. One count of second-offense driving while license suspended was dismissed.

– Colt J. Crittenden, 24, of 8023 W. Seapine Dr., Mears, was found guilty of probation violation and sentenced March 4 to nine months in jail with credit for 123 days served

Crittenden

and $458 in fines and costs. Probation, which stems from a Dec. 18, 2017 conviction of fleeing a police officer, was revoked.

– Bryan Joseph Haynes, 25, of 173 E. 34th St., Holland, was found guilty Dec. 17, 2018 of

Haynes

controlled substance possession less than 25 grams and was sentenced Feb. 25 to five months in jail with credit for two days served; driver’s license suspended 180 days/restricted after 30 days; and $538 in fines and costs.

 

 

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