27th Circuit Court sentencings, Aug. 23, 2019.

August 23, 2019

27th Circuit Court sentencings, Aug. 23, 2019.

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By Allison Scarbrough, Editor.

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

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– Richard Marc Jobbins, 42, of 10771 Parkwood Dr., Montague, was found guilty July 8 of methamphetamine possession and was sentenced Aug. 19 to 90 days in jail with credit for one day served; 18 months probation; driver’s license suspended one year/restricted after 60 days; and $605 in fines and costs. One misdemeanor count of operating while intoxicated (OWI) was dismissed.

– Shane Robert Russell, 35, of 5833 W. Fox Rd., Mears, was found

Russell

guilty July 1 of third-offense OWI and was sentenced Aug. 19 to five months in jail with credit for 47 days served; balance of days to be served may be in inpatient rehab; 18 months probation; 480 hours of community service; and $605 in fines and costs. Conviction reportable to the Secretary of State (SOS).

– Brenda Lee Leonard, 47, of 1873 Franklin St., Muskegon, was found guilty of probation violation and sentenced Aug. 19 to 235 days in jail

Leonard

with credit for 206 days served; must pay restitution of $526.50 to the Michigan Department of Corrections for damage to the wireless base station of the Secure Continuous Remote Alcohol Monitoring (SCRAM) unit; and previously-ordered fines and costs of $490 remain due and owing. Probation, which stems from a Feb. 25, 2019 conviction of third-offense OWI, is revoked.

– Danella Marie Conkle, 42, of 2438 W. Lake Rd., Hart, was found guilty of probation violation and sentenced Aug. 19 to 100 days in jail with credit for 74 days served and $1,220 in fines, costs and

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restitution. Probation, which stems from an April 10, 2017 conviction of forgery, is revoked.

– Roy Enrique Guerra, 24, of 2157 E. 120th Ave., Grant, was found guilty Aug. 13, 2018 of animals – attending a fight and was sentenced to 90 days in jail with credit for three days served; $951.80 restitution; and $458 in fines and costs. “While on probation and the

Roy Guerra

delay of sentence, the defendant was arrested for new felony behavior,” his court file states. “The defendant is not granted the benefit of the delay of sentence and is sentenced to the original charge of animals – attending a fight. Defendant is discharged from probation unsuccessfully.”

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