78th District Court sentencings, dismissals.

April 6, 2017
The Honorable Judge H. Kevin Drake of 78th District Court.

The Honorable Judge H. Kevin Drake of 78th District Court.

78th District Court sentencings, dismissals.

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By Allison Scarbrough. Editor.

HART — The following were sentenced recently in 78th District Court:

– Jenna Lynn Singh, 28, of 207 Jefferson St., Hart, was found guilty April 3 of assault and battery and was sentenced to two days in jail with credit for two days served; 93 days discretionary jail to ensure compliance with sentence; credit for time served if imposed; and $400 in fines and costs.

– Esteven Escamilla, 20, of 6676 N. 126th Ave, Hart, was found guilty April 3 of operating while impaired and was sentenced to two days in jail with credit for two days served; 93 days discretionary jail to ensure compliance with sentence; credit for time served if imposed; Alcohol Highway Safety Education (AHSE); and $1,040 in fines and costs. One count of operating while intoxicated and one count of second-offense driving while license suspended (DWLS) were dismissed. Conviction reportable to the Secretary of State (SOS).

– Abdiel Guereca, 20, of 354 State St., Shelby, was found guilty April 3 of controlled substance use (schedule 5 drug, LSD, etc.) and was sentenced to 15 days in jail; one year discretionary jail to ensure compliance with sentence; credit for time served if imposed; six months probation; outpatient treatment; $975 in fines and costs; not to purchase or possess a firearm; subject to testing, counseling and searches as required by probation; no alcohol/drugs; no contact with probationers or felons; no assaultive behavior; and driver’s license suspended 180 days/restricted after 30 days. Conviction reportable to SOS.

– Erick Abit Valenzuela-Flores, 31, of 6334 S. 90th Ave., New Era, was found guilty March 30 of allowing a person to drive in violation and was sentenced to 90 days discretionary jail to ensure compliance with sentence; credit for time served if imposed; and $290 in fines and costs. One count of second-offense DWLS was dismissed.

– Kevin Rodney Zuber, 61, of 2475 Heights Ravenna Rd., Muskegon, was found guilty March 30 of allowing a person to drive in violation and was sentenced to 90 days discretionary jail to ensure compliance with sentence; credit for time served if imposed; and $290 in fines and costs. One count of DWLS dismissed.

– Matthew Gregory Stout, 19, of 781 W. Washington Rd., Twin Lake, was found guilty March 27 of operating under the influence of liquor (OUIL) underage .02-.07 and was sentenced to AHSE and $565 in fines and costs. Conviction reportable to SOS. One count of transporting open intoxicants was dismissed.

– Brian Joe Roberson, 24, of 6180 W. 2 Mile Rd., White Cloud, was found guilty March 30 of failure to report a property damage accident and was sentenced 90 days discretionary jail to ensure compliance with sentence; credit for time served if imposed; and $325 in fines and costs. One count of leaving the scene of an accident was dismissed.

– Betty Mae Winans, 44, of 5 N. 160th Ave., Hesperia, was found guilty March 30 of DWLS and was sentenced to 93 days discretionary jail to ensure compliance with sentence; credit for time served if imposed; and $400 in fines and costs. Conviction reportable to SOS. One count of operating without security/no insurance dismissed.

– Dylan Wyatt King, 21, of 312 Walnut St., Shelby, was found guilty March 30 of failure to report an accident and was sentenced to 90 days discretionary jail to ensure compliance with sentence; credit for time served if imposed; and $325 in fines and costs. One count of possession of a controlled substance (schedule five drug, LSD, etc.) was dismissed “without prejudice.”*

Dismissals

– Bonnie Jean Villadsen, 70, of 2184 W. Jefferson Rd., one count of operating while intoxicated was dismissed March 28 “with prejudice.”*

– Logan Owen Hardenburgh, 25, of 3677 Pere Marquette Hwy., Ludington, one count of possession of marijuana was dismissed March 31. “According to subsequent information, it appears that the defendant was eligible under the MMMA (Michigan Medical Marijuana Act) at the time of the incident,” his court file states.

* A dismissal “without prejudice” means that the prosecution can re-file charges at a later date, whereas “with prejudice” means that charges cannot be re-filed.

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