27th Circuit Court sentencings.

January 9, 2016

By Allison Scarbrough. OCP Editor.

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

Patterson

Patterson

Freddie Lee Patterson II, 29, of 1923 Ray St., Muskegon, was found guilty Nov. 9 of assaulting/resisting/obstructing a police officer. He was sentenced Jan. 4 to serve four months forthwith of a one-year discretionary jail sentence, with credit for three days served, and $400 in fines and costs.

Brandon Lee Chase, 36, of 4825 W. Wayne Rd., Pentwater, was found guilty Nov. 9 of second-offense operating under the influence of liquor (OUIL) and driving while

Chase

Chase

license suspended (DWLS). He was sentenced Jan. 4 to serve 90 days forthwith of a one-year discretionary jail sentence, with credit for three days served; work release allowed; and $450 in fines and costs.

Bryant

Bryant

Beverly Renee Bryant, 35, of 2362 W. Cleveland, Rothbury, pleaded “no contest” to DWLS causing serious injury. She was sentenced Jan. 4 to serve three months forthwith of an 11-month discretionary jail term, with credit for eight days served; two years probation; no alcohol; no contact with the victim; and $400 in fines and costs. One count of failure to stop for a serious personal injury accident was dismissed.

Jared James Conkle, 24, of 4633 Elm St., New Era, was found guilty Nov. 9 of controlled substance delivery, narcotic or cocaine less than 50 grams. He was

Conkle

Conkle

sentenced Jan. 4 to nine months in jail with credit for two days served; eligible for work release if employment resumes; driver’s license suspended six months/restricted after 30 days; $350 restitution to the State, Sheriffs’, Chiefs’ Enforcement of Narcotics Team (SSCENT); $400 in fines and costs; and two years probation. One count of controlled substance delivery/manufacture of methamphetamine/ecstasy and one count of controlled substance delivery/manufacture of marijuana were dismissed.

Jobbins

Jobbins

Justin Ruben Jobbins, 30, of 554 N. Morris St., Pentwater, was found guilty Oct. 26 of altering or forging a document. He received an amended sentence Dec. 21, because he “reported to jail under the influence,” his court file states. He was sentenced to 30 days forthwith with an added 15 days discretionary time imposed by the court. He is to serve straight time with no work release.

Eli James Obradovich, 26, of 7030 Hilton Park Rd., Fruitport, was found guilty Nov.

Obradovich

Obradovich

23 of DWLS causing serious injury. He was sentenced Jan. 4 to serve three months forthwith of a nine-month discretionary jail term, with credit for one day served in jail; work release allowed; $500 in fines, costs and restitution; and one year probation. One count of operating while intoxicated causing serious injury was dismissed.

Segura

Segura

Valentine Alejandro Segura, 18, of 611 Dowland St., Ludington, was found guilty Nov. 9 of third-degree fleeing/resisting/obstructing police. He was sentenced Jan. 4 to 13 months to five years in prison, with credit for four days served in jail, and $258 in fines and costs. One count of receiving and concealing guns and one count of controlled substance possession, narcotic or cocaine less than 25 grams, were dismissed. In separate file, Segura was found guilty Nov. 9 of second-degree home invasion and sentenced to 18 months to 15 years in prison, with credit for four days served in jail, and $258 in fines and costs. One count of assault with a weapon was dismissed. Both terms run concurrently, and the court does not oppose Special Alternative Incarceration (SAI) or “boot camp.”

Ricky Marie Hall, 35, of 7346 E. Loop Rd., Hesperia, was found guilty Nov. 23 of operating/maintaining a

Hall

Hall

laboratory. She was sentenced Jan. 4 to serve 76 days of a one-year discretionary jail term, with credit for 76 days served; $400 in fines and costs; one year probation; and driver’s license suspended one year/restricted after 60 days. One count of delivery/manufacture of methamphetamine and one count of operating/maintaining a laboratory in the presence of a minor were dimissed.

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