78th District Court sentencings

April 30, 2015

ocean courthouseBy Allison Scarbrough. OCP Editor.

HART – The following were sentenced Monday, April 27, in 78th District Court:

– Jeffery Wade Holman, 24, of 6502 W. Filmore Rd., Mears, was found guilty April 27 of second-offense operating while intoxicated. He was sentenced to three days in jail with credit for three days served; one year discretionary jail to ensure compliance with court orders; credit for time served if imposed; $1,830 in fines and costs; complete Impact Weekend or serve three weekends in jail; six months probation; no alcohol/drugs; subject to counseling, testing and searches as required by probation officer; and may not purchases/possess a firearm. Conviction reportable to the Secretary of State (SOS).

– Steven Clair Palethorpe, 44, of 13284 Olin Ridge Dr., Sparta, was found guilty April 27 of allowing a person under the influence of alcohol to operate. He was sentenced to 93 days discretionary jail to ensure compliance with court orders; credit for time served if imposed; and $400 in fines and costs. One count of operating while intoxicated was dismissed.

– Matthew Thomas Markam, 27, of 30272 Shiawassee Rd., Farmington Hills, was found guilty April 27 of allowing a person under the influence of alcohol to operate. He was sentenced to 93 days discretionary jail to ensure compliance with court orders; credit for time served if imposed; and $400 in fines and costs. One count of operating while intoxicated was dismissed.

– David Allen Ripley, 37, of New Era, pleaded no contest April 27 to operating a snowmobile while impaired. He was sentenced to 93 days discretionary jail to ensure compliance with court orders; credit for time served if imposed; $650 in fines and costs; and license to operate a snowmobile suspended for 90 days. Conviction reportable to SOS. One count of operating while intoxicated was dismissed.

– Stephen Michael Bohunicky, 31, of 744 W. Filmore Rd., Hart, was found guilty April 27 of operating while impaired. He was sentenced to 93 days discretionary jail to ensure compliance with court orders; credit for time served if imposed; $1,055 in fines and costs; and Alcohol Highway Safety Education (AHSE). Conviction reportable to SOS. One count of operating while intoxicated was dismissed.

– Jonathon Richard Yates, 27, of 5699 S. Maple Island Rd., Apt. 3, Hesperia, was found guilty April 27 of allowing a person to drive in violation. He was sentenced to 90 days discretionary jail to ensure compliance with court orders; credit for time served if imposed; and $400 in fines and costs. One count of operating a motor vehicle without security was dismissed.

– Brandon Allen Loss, 21, of 3456 E. Harrison Rd., Hart, was found guilty April 27 of domestic violence. He was sentenced to 93 days discretionary jail to ensure compliance with court orders; credit for time served if imposed; $625 in fines and costs; six months probation; no alcohol/drugs; subject to counseling, testing and searches as required by probation officer; no contact with victim; and may not purchases/possess a firearm. One count of second-offense domestic violence was dismissed.

– Nicholas Jordan Wilkes, 23, of 503 S. State St., Apt. 3, Hart, was found guilty April 27 of failure to display a valid license and sentenced to 90 days discretionary jail to ensure compliance with court orders; credit for time served if imposed; and $215 in fines and costs. Conviction reportable to SOS. One count of operating a motor vehicle without security was dismissed.

– Paul Stephen Oberlin, 32, of 1426 W. M-20, New Era, was found guilty April 27 of allowing a person to drive in violation. He was sentenced to 90 days discretionary jail to ensure compliance with court orders; credit for time served if imposed; and $400 in fines and costs. One count of operating a motor vehicle without security was dismissed.

– Jason Roy Host, 36, of 7353 S, 88th, Rothbury, was found guilty April 27 of operating motor vehicle without security. He was sentenced to one year discretionary jail to ensure compliance with court orders; credit for time served if imposed; and $400 in fines and costs. One count of operating without a license/multiple licenses was dismissed.

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