Four sentenced for meth in 27th Circuit Court.

September 27, 2019

Four sentenced for meth in 27th Circuit Court.

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By Allison Scarbrough, Editor.

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

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– Patrick Faye George, 30, of 64 Michigan Ave., Shelby, was found guilty of July 22 of methamphetamine possession and was sentenced Sept. 16 to one year in jail with credit for 117 days served; driver’s license suspended one year/restricted after 60 days; and $490 in fines in costs. Sentence to run concurrently with Muskegon County circuit court case.

– Alyssa Renee Blum, 22, of 698 A. Laketon Ave., Muskegon, was found guilty Nov. 5, 2018 of methamphetamine possession and was sentenced Sept. 23 to 150

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days in jail with credit for 150 days served; driver’s license suspended 180 days/restricted after 30 days; 18 months probation; and $458 in fines and costs.

– Michael James Jobbins, 39, of 7792 N. 186th Ave., Walkerville, was found guilty July 29 of methamphetamine

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possession and was sentenced Sept. 23 to 90 days in jail with credit for three days served; driver’s license suspended 180 days/restricted after 30 days; 18 months probation; and $458 in fines and costs.

– Gwendolyn Cahuasqui, 30, of 3378 Bacgelor St., Atlanta, Georgia, pleaded “no contest” to methamphetamine possession and was sentenced Sept. 23 to four months in jail with

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credit for one day served; driver’s license suspended 180 days/restricted after 30 days; and $458 in fines and costs. Felony charges of delivery/manufacture of methamphetamine and delivery of a controlled substance less than 50 grams were dismissed.

– Krista Rochelle Aslakson, 33, of 7112 Woodrow Rd., Hesperia, was found guilty July 29 of third-offense operating while intoxicated and was sentenced Sept. 23 to 30 days

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in jail with credit for one day served; three years probation; and $1,873 in fines, costs and restitution. Conviction reportable to the Secretary of State (SOS). One count of driving while license suspended (DWLS) was dismissed. “Defendant must successfully complete Sobriety Court with the West Michigan Regional Sobriety Court,” her court file states. “Defendant must use a SCRAM (Secure Continuous Remote Alcohol Monitoring) tether.”

– Johnathon James Zimmerman, 23, of 1633 90th Ave., Morley, Michigan, was found guilty Sept. 16 of fleeing and eluding and was

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sentenced to 14 days in jail with credit for five days served. Conviction reportable to SOS.

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