78th District Court sentencings.

April 28, 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.

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By Allison Scarbrough. Editor.

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

– Dylan Adam Ryder, 19, of 314 S. Hart St., Hart, was found guilty April 24 of third-degree retail fraud 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.

– Ken Robert Phillips, 25, of 2520 E. Polk Rd., Hart, was found guilty April 24 of operating while impaired and was sentenced to 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 with a high blood alcohol content (BAC) was dismissed. Conviction reportable to the Secretary of State (SOS).

– Steven Klein Bowker, 32, of 2376 W. VanBuren Rd., Hart, was found guilty April 24 of operating a vehicle without security (no insurance) and was sentenced to one year discretionary jail to ensure compliance with sentence; credit for time served if imposed; and $400 in fines and costs. One count of driving while license suspended (DWLS) was dismissed.

– Miguel Angel Davila, Jr., 24, of 159 S. Winter St., Hesperia, was found guilty April 24 of assault and battery 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.

– Dylan James Hansen, 23, of 870 114th Ave., Martin, Michigan, was found guilty April 24 of breaking and entering – illegal entry and was sentenced to 90 days discretionary jail to ensure compliance with sentence; credit for time served if imposed; and $200 in fines and costs. He was also found guilty April 24 of malicious destruction of property (MDOP) less than $200 and was sentenced to one year discretionary jail to ensure compliance with sentence; credit for time served if imposed; and $600 in fines, costs and restitution.

– Auner Mejia, 23, of 2669 J. Ave., Williamsburg, Iowa, was found guilty April 24 of domestic violence 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.

– Crystal Marie Vela, 27, of 9531 N. Business 31, Pentwater, was found guilty April 24 of operating with a high BAC and was sentenced to 180 days discretionary jail to ensure compliance with sentence; credit for time served if imposed; outpatient treatment; and $1,255 in fines and costs. Conviction reportable to SOS.

– Pete Gover Rodriguez, 46, of 3890 S. 56th Ave., New Era, was found guilty April 24 of no insurance and was sentenced to one year discretionary jail to ensure compliance with sentence; credit for time served if imposed; and $400 in fines and costs.

– Christopher Ryan Manning, 35, of 2725 E. Forrest St., Lot 42, Rothbury, was found guilty April 24 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 no insurance and one count of unlawful license plate use were dismissed. In a separate file, he was found guilty April 24 of disorderly person – jostling and was sentenced to 90 days discretionary jail to ensure compliance with sentence; credit for time served if imposed; and $400 in fines and costs.

– Channa Marie Casebolt, 25, of 4179 McKinley Rd., Montague, was found guilty April 24 of operating while impaired and was sentenced to 93 days discretionary jail to ensure compliance with sentence; credit for time served if imposed; AHSE; and $1,055 in fines and costs.Conviction reportable to SOS. One count of operating while intoxicated and one count of marijuana possession were dismissed.

– Ubaldo Hernandez-Arroyo, 26, of 655 W. Lakewood Apt. E, Twin Lake, was found guilty April 18 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 was dismissed.

Dismissals

– Steven Lynn Landis, 28, of 150 W. Main St., Apt. 1, Hart, one felony count of second-degree home invasion was dismissed April 24 “without prejudice.”

– Jeremy Lawrence Wicker, 29, of 7418 S. Evergreen Rd., Branch, one felony count of second-degree home invasion was dismissed “without prejudice.”

– Joshua Reyna, 31, of 504 S. Dryden St., Hart, one count of domestic violence was dismissed April 18. “Victim is unwilling to cooperate with the prosecutor’s office regarding this matter,” 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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