27th Circuit Court sentencings

March 20, 2015

By Allison Scarbrough. OCP Editor.

HART — The following were sentenced this week by 27th Circuit Court Judge Anthony Monton:

Hamilton

Hamilton

– Jason Lee Hamilton, 26, of 9120 Quinn, Hesperia, was found guilty Jan. 27 of assaulting a public officer. He was sentenced March 16 to nine months in jail with credit for 92 days served; sentence to be served at the court’s discretion with five months forthwith; two years probation; $400 in fines and costs; no alcohol/drugs and must submit to testing; must not engage in any assaultive, abusive, threatening or intimidating behavior; no verbal, written, electronic or physical contact with the victim either directly or through another person and must not be within 500 feet of victim’s residence, school or place of employment. One count of carrying a concealed weapon was dismissed.

– Raquel Escamilla, 30, of 5742 N, 126th Ave., Hart, was found guilty

Escamilla

Escamilla

Jan. 27 of food stamps – fraud over $1,000. She was sentenced March 16 to three months in jail with credit for two days served; sentence to be served at the court’s discretion/no jail time forthwith; $14,926.92 restitution to be paid to the Department of Human Services; $198 in fines and costs; must not engage in any assaultive, abusive, threatening or intimidating behavior; must make genuine efforts to find and maintain legitimate employment of a minimum of 30 hours per week unless engaged in an alternative program approved by probation agent; and must execute a wage assignment to pay restitution if she is employed.

Wambaugh

Wambaugh

– Vicki Lynn Wambaugh, 35, of 1275 E. Wilke Rd., Rothbury, was found guilty Feb. 2 of third-offense domestic violence. She was sentenced March 16 to one year in jail with credit for two days served; sentence to served at the court’s discretion; serve six months forthwith; sentence to run concurrent to sentence she is currently serving for third-offense operating while intoxicated; two years probation; no alcohol/drugs and must submit to testing; must complete outpatient or residential substance abuse treatment; must not engage in any assaultive, abusive, threatening or intimidating behavior; and $400 in fines and costs. Related story here

– Senovio Garcia, Jr., 47, of 2487 Whitetail Dr., Rothbury, pleaded no contest

Garcia

Garcia

Feb. 2 to one count of second-degree criminal sexual conduct (CSC)/person under 13. He was sentenced March 16 to a minimum of 43 months to a maximum of 15 years in a Michigan Department of Corrections prison with credit for eight days served in jail and $198 in fines and costs. Two counts of first-degree CSC and one count of second-degree CSC were dismissed. Related story here

Cordero

Cordero

– Victor Cordero, 56, of 310 Pine St., Shelby, was found guilty Jan. 5 of third-offense operating with a high blood alcohol content (BAC)/super drunk. He was sentenced March 16 to 11 months in jail with credit for one day served; sentence to be served at the court’s discretion/serve six months forthwith; he is to report to jail March 30 — in the event shoulder surgery is necessary, he must contact and show medical proof to probation agent, and the court reserves the right to impose a different reporting date; 18 months probation; no alcohol/drugs and must submit to testing; must comply with written or verbal orders made by probation agent; and $750 in fines and costs. One count of driving while license suspended (DWLS) was dismissed. Related story here

– Judy Marie Kumzi, 50, of 310 Wood St., Hart, was found guilty Jan. 26 of embezzlement $1,000-$20,000. She was

Kumzi

Kumzi

sentenced March 16 to 90 days in jail with credit for one day served; sentence to be served at the court’s discretion/serve 15 days forthwith; $5,120 in restitution to be paid to the Oceana County Medical Care Facility; $198 in fines and costs; two years probation; must perform 80 hours of community service; must make genuine efforts to find and maintain legitimate employment of a minimum of 30 hours per week unless engaged in an alternative program approved by probation agent; must execute a wage assignment to pay restitution if she is employed; and cannot give reason to be terminated or voluntarily terminate your employment or alternative program unless first obtaining written permission from probation agent. Related story here

Garcia

Garcia

– Korbin Kruz Garcia, 20, of 418 S. Union St., Hart, was found guilty Jan. 26 of breaking and entering with intent. He was sentenced March 16 to one year in jail with credit for two days served; sentence to be served at the court’s discretion/serve six months forthwith; 18 months probation; no alcohol/drugs and must submit to testing; $2,236.95 restitution that is joint and several with two co-defendants is payable to the Coca Cola Co.; must execute a wage assignment if employed; and $198 in fines and costs. One count of malicious destruction of personal property was dismissed. Related story here

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