27th Circuit Court sentencings include larceny, fleeing police.

September 15, 2016
Joseph Pulsipher with his attorney, Timothy Hayes.

Joseph Pulsipher with his attorney, Tim Hayes.

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By Allison Scarbrough. Editor.

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

– Joseph Cruz Pulsipher, 21, of 1464 N. 100th Ave., Hart, was found guilty Aug. 5 of larceny in a building and was sentenced Sept. 12 to serve 90 days up front of a nine-month discretionary jail term with credit for 63 days served; 18 months probation; $3,225 in restitution; and $400 in fines and costs. One count of breaking and entering without intent was dismissed.

Kittel

Kittel

– Benjamin Anthony Kittel, 21, of 1781 S. 48th Ave., Shelby, was found guilty July 18 of fleeing and eluding and was sentenced Sept. 12 to serve 44 days up front of a one-year discretionary jail term with credit for 44 days served; 18 months probation; and $400 in fines and costs.

David Barco Quintero, 33, of 2423 W. Meadow Lane, Rothbury, was

Quintero

Quintero

found guilty July 18 of breaking and entering with intent and was sentenced Sept. 12 to serve five months up front of a one-year discretionary jail term with credit for two days served; two years probation; $700 in restitution; and $400 in fines and costs.

Turple

Turple

Maxwell Leigh Turple, 29, of 3585 N. Maple Island Rd., Hesperia, pleaded “no contest” Sept. 12 to assaulting/resisting/obstructing a police officer and was sentenced to serve 45 days up front of a one-year discretionary jail term with credit for one day served; and $400 in fines and costs. An additional count of assaulting/resisting/obstructing a police officer and one count of possession of a short-barreled shotgun were dismissed. Turple’s sentence begins Sept. 23.

Rachelle Joyce Fitch, 44, of 412 Hart St., Hart, was found guilty Aug. 15

Fitch

Fitch

of larceny in a building and was sentenced Sept. 12 to one year and one day to 15 years in prison and $198 in fines and costs. Sentence runs concurrently to Mason County sentences, for which she is one parole. Fitch received no jail credit, because she was on parole at the time she committed the offense.

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