AP NEWS

From our courts- 79th District Court

February 23, 2019

Sentencings

Arneva Lily Tyler, 21, 108 S. Reinberg Ave., Scottville, was sentenced to 93 days in jail with 93 days credit, and must pay $187 in fines and costs for larceny less than $200.

Swan Edward Swanson III, 30, 3251 W. Michillinda, Whitehall, was sentenced to 45 days in jail with 45 days credit for failure to report an accident.

Thomas Anthony Ruggero, 48, 5177 S. Pere Marquette Hwy., Ludington, could spend up to one year in jail during the next year at the court’s discretion and must pay $1,192.20 in fines and costs for careless discharge of a firearm and property damage.

Heather Marie Tatro, 35, 929 N. Gaylord Ave., Ludington, was sentenced to 45 days in jail with 23 days credit, and could spend up to 93 days jail during the next year at the court’s discretion for domestic violence.

Melvin David Case, 48, 165 N. Stiles Road, Ludington, was sentenced to three days in jail with three days credit, could spend up to 93 days in jail during the next year and one year in jail during the next two years at the court’s discretion, and must pay $645 in fines and costs for domestic violence and aggravated assault.

Craig Allan Tyndall, 45, 10982 N. Turner Road, Irons, was sentenced to two days in jail with two days credit, could spend up to 90 days in jail during the next year at the court’s discretion and must pay $285 in fines and costs for driving while license is not valid and no operators license.

Aaron Micheal Burrell, 35, 1241 Park St., Baldwin, was sentenced to five days in jail with five days jail credit, could spend up to one year in jail during the next two years at the court’s discretion for two years and must pay $995 in fines and costs for attempted assault, resisting and obstructing a person on duty.

Adam John Steffens, 40, 1020 E. Kinney Road, Scottville, was sentenced to 35 days in jail with five days credit, could spend up to one year in jail during the next two years at the court’s discretion and must pay $1,500 in fines and costs for operating while intoxicated, second offense.

Deborah Juanita Krajkiewicz, 57, 428 W. Wilson Road, Scottville, could serve up to 93 days in jail during the next year at the court’s discretion and must pay $895 in fines and costs for larceny less than $200.

Kyle Lee Siersema, 23, 501 First St., Apt. 1A, Ludington, was sentenced to 42 days in jail with 11 days credit, could spend up to one year in jail during the next year at the court’s discretion and must pay $1,345 in fines and costs for operating while intoxicated, second offense. Siersema was also sentenced to 10 days in jail with 10 days credit, could serve up to 120 days in jail during the next year at the court’s discretion and must pay $685 in fines and costs for one count of disorderly person disturbing the peace and one count of trespassing.

Joel Anthony Patterson, 32, 124 W. Broadway, Scottville, was sentenced to two days jail with two days credit and must pay $285 in fines and costs for disorderly person and public intoxication.

Christian Robert Walden, 25, 208 E. Foster St., Ludington, was sentenced to three days in jail with three days credit and must pay $285 in fines and costs for disorderly person and public intoxication.

Timathy Lynn Fountain, 44, 435 N. Penn St., Mecosta, was sentenced to 22 days in jail with 22 days credit for using a treble hook in the Pere Marquette River.

Melinda Rae Kalis, 48, 109 S. Columbia St., Scottville, was sentenced to two days in jail with two days credit, could spend up to 93 days in jail during the next year at the court’s discretion and must pay $795 in fines and costs for assault and battery.

John Paul Hasbany, 37, 1828 Barbara Lane, Harrison, was sentenced to 32 days in jail with two days credit, could spend up to 93 days in jail during the next two years at the court’s discretion and must pay $1,275 in fines and costs for operating while impaired by liquor.

Nathan Keur Zuber, 40, 9325 U.S. 10, Branch, was sentenced to 93 days in jail with 93 days credit and must pay $315 in fines and costs for retail fraud third degree.

Arturo Ysabel Lopez, 35, 2280 E. Ferry St., Shelby, was sentenced to 17 days in jail with 17 days credit for bond violation — absconding on misdemeanor.

Arraignments

Anthony Joseph Brock, 34, 4654 W. M-32, Gaylord, was arraigned on charges for controlled substance delivery and manufacturing narcotics/cocaine less than 50 grams and habitual offender supplemental warrant fourth conviction after a June 4, 2018 arrest. Bond was set at $15,000, cash and surety, and a probable cause hearing was scheduled for Feb. 27.

Michael James Hill, 31, 371 W. Main St., Hart, was arraigned on one charge of controlled substance possession of narcotics less than 25 grams and was cited for disorderly conduct after an Aug. 18, 2018 arrest. Bond was set at a $5,000 personal recognizance bond, and a probable cause hearing was scheduled for Feb. 27.

Roger Dean Newton, 33, 712 E. Chauvez Road, Scottville, was arraigned on one charge of driving while license suspended/revoked/denied after a Feb. 8 arrest. Bond was set at a $1,500 personal recognizance bond, and a pretrial hearing was scheduled for March 11.

Nicholas Duane Franklin, 32, 5140 N. Dennis Road, Ludington, was arraigned on charges of controlled substance delivery and manufacturing of methamphetamine and controlled substance possession with intent to deliver after a Feb. 13 arrest. Bond was set at $25,000, 10 percent deposit, and a probable cause hearing was scheduled for Feb. 27.

Robb Ray Dodson, 54, 6925 E. Bockstanz Road, Fountain, was arraigned on one charge of assaulting/resisting/obstructing an officer after a Feb. 13 arrest. Bond was set at $3,500, 10 percent deposit, and a probable cause hearing was scheduled for Feb. 27.

Terry Martin Tjapkes, 40, 4110 S. Harvard Ave., Baldwin, was arraigned on one charge of operating a vehicle while intoxicated or under a controlled substance after a Dec. 9, 2018 arrest. Bond was set at a $2,500 personal recognizance bond, and a pretrial hearing was scheduled for Feb. 15.

Travis Alan Vorase, 25, 1567 W. Meisenheimer Road, Scottville, was arraigned on one charge of operating a vehicle while intoxicated or under a control substance after a Feb. 16 arrest. Bond was set at $2,500, 10 percent deposit, and a pretrial hearing was scheduled for March 18.

Kevin Scott Kerr, 26, 1247 E. Isabella Ave., Muskegon, was arraigned on one charge of operating a vehicle while intoxicated or under a control substance after a Feb. 16 arrest. Bond was set at $2,500, 10 percent deposit, and a pretrial hearing was scheduled for March 18.

Billy Joe Barrington, 31, 423 Sugar Grove Road, Scottville, was arraigned on one charge of retail fraud second degree after a Feb. 16 arrest. Bond was set at $2,500, 10 percent deposit, and a pretrial hearing was scheduled for March 11.

Devin James Aguirre, 24, 1444 N. Custer Road, Custer, was arraigned on one charge of domestic violence after a Feb. 16 arrest. Bond was set at $2,500, 10 percent deposit, and pretrial hearing was scheduled for March. 18.

Lance Leroy Christensen, 75, 1535 W U.S. 10, Scottville, was arraigned on one charge of operating while intoxicated or under a controlled substance and open intoxication after a Feb. 16 arrest. Bond was set at $2,500, 10 percent deposit, and a pretrial hearing was scheduled for March 25.

Dismissals

Thomas Anthony Ruggero, 48, 5177 S. Pere Marquette Hwy., Ludington, had two counts of wildlife conservation part-hunting shooting from safe zone and three counts of reckless use of firearms dismissed without prejudice.

Heather Marie Tatro, 35, 929 N. Gaylord Ave., Ludington, had one count of assault and battery dismissed without prejudice.

Melvin David Case, 48, 165 N. Stiles Road, Ludington, had one count of assault with intent to do great bodily harm less than murder dismissed without prejudice.

Craig Allan Tyndall, 45, 10982 N. Turner Road, Irons, had two counts of habitual offender supplemental warrant fourth conviction and one count of unlawful use of motor vehicle dismissed without prejudice.

Deborah Juanita Krajkiewicz, 57, 428 W. Wilson Road, Scottville, had two counts of stealing and retaining a financial transaction device without consent and one count of larceny in a building dismissed without prejudice.

Swan Edward Swanson III, 30, 3251 W. Michillinda, Whitehall, had two counts of false report of a misdemeanor dismissed without prejudice.

Kyle Lee Siersema, 23, 501 First St., Apt. 1A, Ludington, had two counts of trespassing, one count of eavesdropping and installing a device and one count of driving while unlicensed, never applied, dismissed without prejudice.

Melinda Rea Kalis, 48, 109 S. Columbia St., Scottville, had one count of assault/resisting/obstructing an officer dismissed without prejudice.

John Paul Hasbany, 37, 1828 Barbara Lane, Harrison, had one count of refusal to obey a traffic order by a police officer dismissed without prejudice.

Justin Gerald Gerbers, 20, 1245 W. Filer St., Ludington, had one count of assault with intent to do great bodily harm less than murder dismissed without prejudice.

Arturo Ysabel Lopez, 35, 2280 E. Ferry St., Shelby, had two counts of fail to stop or identify after a property damage accident and one count of driving while license was suspended, revoked or denied, dismissed without prejudice.

Tickets

Swan Edward Swanson III, 30, 3251 W. Michillinda, Whitehall, was cited with careless driving, but fines and costs were suspended due to incarceration in Muskegon County of 180 days for a felony matter.