79th District Court sentencings, Oct. 21, 2022.

October 21, 2022

79th District Court sentencings, Oct. 21, 2022.

HART — The following were sentenced recently in Oceana County’s 79th District Court:

  • Wayne David Rainey, of 64 S. Michigan Ave., Shelby, was found guilty Oct. 18 of operating while impaired and was sentenced to Alcohol Highway Safety Education (AHSE) and $1,055 in fines and costs. Charges of operating while intoxicated, open intoxicants and improper license were dismissed. Conviction reportable to the Secretary of State (SOS).
  • Brent Thomas Worth, of 7538 W. Log Rd., Mears, was found guilty Sept. 6 of operating while intoxicated and was sentenced Oct. 18 to $1,180 in fines and costs. Conviction reportable to SOS.
  • Adrianna Brittane Sawdy, of 127 Laurel St., Walkerville, was found guilty Oct. 18 of operating while impaired and was sentenced to AHSE, Victims’ Impact Panel, and $1,055 in fines and costs. One count of operating while intoxicated was dismissed. Conviction reportable to SOS.
  • Drew Scott James Kessler, of 11731 W. 200th S., Westville, Indiana, was found guilty Oct. 18 of operating an ORV while intoxicated and was sentenced to $1,155 in fines and costs. One count of operating while intoxicated was dismissed.
  • Douglas Renier, of 2157 E. Jackson Rd., Hart, pleaded “no contest” Oct. 11 to operating an ORV while intoxicated and was sentenced to one day in jail with credit for one day served and $1,040 in fines and costs. One count of operating while intoxicated was dismissed.
  • Jason Allen Griffes, of 5108 S. 68th Ave., New Era, was found guilty Sept. 6 of operating while intoxicated and operating while intoxicated with an occupant less than 16 years of age and was sentenced Oct. 11 to four days in jail with credit for four days served; AHSE; Victims’ Impact Panel; and $1,115 in fines and costs. Convictions reportable to SOS.
  • Julio Rodriguez-Castro, of 3104 W. Baseline Rd., Shelby, was found guilty Oct. 4 of operating while intoxicated and was sentenced to AHSE and $1,025 in fines and costs. Conviction reportable to SOS.
  • James Luke Harris, of 1824 10th St., Martin <ichigan, was found guilty of operating while intoxicated and was sentenced to two days in jail with credit for two days served; AHSE; and $1,155 in fines and costs. Conviction reportable to SOS. One count of unlawful license plate dismissed.
  • Jared Theodore Greiner, of 1620 Terrace St., Muskegon, pleaded “no contest” Oct. 4 to disturbing the peace and was sentenced to $410 in fines and costs. One count of disorderly person — window peeper was dismissed.
  • Deasia Deborah Ashford, of 535 W. Webster Ave., Muskegon, was found guilty possession of open intoxicants — passenger and was sentenced to $125 in fines and costs.
  • Kathlene Nicole Herbenson, of 975 N. Dickinson Ave., Hesperia, was found guilty Oct. 18 of operating without insurance and was sentenced to $125 in fines and costs. One count of failing to stop and identify after an accident was dismissed.
  • William Carl Kolberg, of 1851 Hollowbrook Dr., Holt, was found guilty Oct. 20 of allowing a person to drive in violation and was sentenced to $300 in fine and costs. One count of driving while license suspended (DWLS) was dismissed.
  • Jose Cruz-Calvo, of 218 Washington Ave., Hart, was found guilty Oct. 20 of allowing a person to drive in violation and was sentenced to $350 in fines and costs. One count of improper license was dismissed.

Dismissal

  • Trevor Lee Christensen, of 501 E. Filer St., Ludington, one felony count of assault with a dangerous weapon was dismissed Oct. 11. 

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