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This weeks updates and crime trials.

This weeks updates and crime trials.

Keldon Thomas Butcher, 23, of Delton, was found guilty of assaulting, resisting or obstructing police officers Feb. 13, 2018, in Barry Township. He was sentenced by Judge Amy McDowell to 85 days in jail, with credit for 85 days served. He was ordered to pay $483 in fines and costs due Sept. 13, and to comply with all terms in the pre-sentence investigation report.

Jeremy Scott Dunklee, 27, of Hastings, was found guilty of two counts of assaulting, resisting or obstructing police officers Sept. 9, 2018, in Hastings. He was sentenced by Judge McDowell to pay $575 in fines and costs.

Kristoffer Dustin Hadley, 47, of Hastings, was found guilty of possessing the controlled substance methamphetamine and assaulting a police officer Nov. 9, 2018, in Hastings. He also was convicted of being a second-time habitual offender. He was sentenced by Judge Michael Schipper to serve nine months in jail, with credit for 125 days served and to pay $1,166 in fines and costs. He was ordered to participate in the Swift and Sure Sanctions program at a cost of $40 per month. Adult probation was recommended along with a probation fee of $720.

Daniel Paul Hall, 39, of Grand Rapids, was found guilty of possessing a controlled substance, less than 25 grams of a narcotic, in Hastings. He was sentenced by Judge McDowell to 90 days in jail, with credit for 50 days served. His driver's license was suspended for 30 days and restricted for 150 days. He was ordered to pay $483 in fines and costs and was placed on probation for 36 months for a fee of $360. The balance of his jail time was suspended upon the successful completion of his probation. He was ordered to enter and successfully complete the Kent County Drug Court, with the fee of $700 payable to Kent County. Assessments are payable at a rate of $50 per month beginning April 15.

Aaron Richard Hilliker, 26, of Nashville, was found guilty of possession of a controlled substance, marijuana, as a second-time offender in Nashville May 24, 2018. He was sentenced by Judge McDowell to five days in jail, with credit for five days served. He was ordered to pay $823 in fines and costs. His driver’s license was suspended for 60 days and restricted for 305 days.

Dalton Joseph King, 20, of Hastings, was found guilty of possessing a controlled substance, methamphetamine, third-degree fleeing a police officer, and operating a vehicle while impaired Dec. 2, 2018, on East Woodlawn Avenue in Hastings. He was sentenced by Judge Schipper to concurrent terms of 270 days in jail on the first two convictions and 102 days on the third, with credit for 102 days served. He was ordered to pay $2,716 in fines and costs and ordered to enter and successfully complete the county’s adult drug court program with fees of $40 per month and probation oversight fees of $360. Probation may be transferred to Tennessee, if approved. Charges of assaulting, resisting or obstructing a police officer, possession of marijuana and operating a vehicle with a suspended driver's license were dismissed.

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