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Court Sentences

Joshua Douglas Bertram, 42, of Hastings, was found guilty of operating a vehicle while intoxicated. He was sentenced as a habitual offender by Judge Amy McDowell and ordered to serve 58 to 360 months in prison, with credit for 239 days served. He also was ordered to pay restitution of $130 to the victim and $628 in fines and costs.

 

Lloyd James Davis, 58, of Bellevue, was found guilty of operating a vehicle while intoxicated as a third-time offender. He was sentenced, by Judge Michael Schipper, to a prison term of 78 to 120 months with credit for 79 days served. He was ordered to pay $998 in fines and costs.

 

Anthony Ryan Haller, 31, of Portage, was found guilty of lying to a police officer and ordered by Judge Schipper to pay $500 in fines and costs. Charges of assaulting a police officer and possessing a controlled substance, marijuana, as a second-time offender were dismissed.

 

Robert Donald Hammond, 30, of Dowling, was found guilty of fleeing a police officer; malicious destruction of a building causing $1,000 or more in damages; assault with a dangerous weapon and operating a vehicle while intoxicated. He was sentenced as a habitual offender by Judge McDowell to 57 to 120 months in prison on the first charge; 36 to 120 months on the second charge; 36 to 96 months on the third charge, and 93 days on the last charge. The sentences are to be served consecutively. He was ordered to pay $1,944 in fines and costs, including $1,000 in restitution.

 

Toby McLeod, 43, of Clarksville, was found guilty of malicious destruction of personal property resulting in damages of $1,000 or more. He was sentenced as a habitual offender by Judge McDowell to six months in jail, with credit for 121 days served, and ordered to pay $1,523 in fine and costs, including $1,000 in restitution.

 

Brian Lee Schrier, 46, of Shelbyville, was found guilty of domestic violence as a third-time offender and sentenced by Judge McDowell to fines and costs of $225.

 

Daniel Leroy Burton Jr., 48, of Delton, was found guilty of possessing the controlled substance methamphetamine, and sentenced by Judge Schipper to one day in jail, with credit for one day served. His driver’s license was suspended for 60 days and restricted for 305 days. He was placed on probation for 36 months with oversight fees of $360, payable at $10 a month. He was ordered to pay $438 in fines and costs and successfully complete the county adult drug court program for a monthly fee of $40. A second charge of delivery or manufacture of a controlled substance as a second-time offender was dismissed.

 

Jonathan Edward Hadley, 49, of Grand Rapids, was found guilty of operating a vehicle on M-37 while he was intoxicated. This was his third offense: He was convicted of drinking and driving in Wyoming District Court in 2004 and Grand Rapids in 2007. He was sentenced by Judge Schipper to six months in jail, with credit for two days served, and ordered to pay $1,058 in fines and costs. He was ordered into the Secure Continuous Remote Alcohol Monitor, or SCRAM, program after his release from jail and must pay oversight fees of $240, payable at $10 a month.

 

Heather Marie Scobey, 35, of Plainwell, was found guilty of two counts of stealing a financial transaction device. She was sentenced by Judge McDowell to serve 60 days in jail, with credit for 40 days served, and ordered to pay $526 in fines and costs.

 

Daisy Elizabeth Randall, 23, of Nashville, was found guilty of assaulting/resisting and obstructing a police officer in Hastings Township and, in a separate incident four months later in Castleton Township, of unlawfully driving away a motor vehicle belonging to another. She was sentenced by Judge Schipper to 180 days in jail, with credit for 77 days served. She was ordered to pay $998 in fines and costs on the first case and $1,628 in fines and costs on the second case. Randall was placed on 24 months of probation. Her jail time will be suspended if she complies with the terms of her probation. A supervision fee of $240 was assessed, payable at $10 a month.

 

Damon Lee Brandon, 26, of Webberville, pleaded no contest to operating a vehicle while intoxicated and was sentenced by Judge McDowell to serve 10 days in jail, with credit for one day served, probation for 24 months and $150 in fines and costs. Restitution was to be determined; probation fees were set at $480. He was ordered to participate in SCRAM for 90 days, a self-help group twice a week, receive alcohol treatment and serve jail time on weekends within 60 days.

 

Kyle Richard Hale, 30, of Grand Rapids, was found guilty of possession of weapons/firearms. He was sentenced by Judge Schipper to one day in jail, with credit for one day served, and ordered to pay $998 in fines and costs. A count of a suspended license was dropped.

 

Jason Allen Miller, 45, of Kalamazoo, pleaded no contest to larceny in a building. He was sentenced by Judge Schipper to three days in jail, with credit for one day served, ordered to pay $925 in fines and costs and given 24 months of probation. A charge of larceny of $1,000 or more was dismissed.

 

Jerame Daniel Pallett, 40, of Shelbyville, was found guilty of possession of a controlled substance, methamphetamine. He was sentenced by Judge McDowell to nine days in jail, with credit for nine days served, and $298 in fines and costs. His driver’s license was suspended for 60 days and restricted for 305 days.

 

Jeremy Ryan Rector, 42, of Grand Rapids, was found guilty of first-degree retail fraud as a second-time offender. He was sentenced by Judge Schipper to 28 to 90 months in prison and ordered to pay $1,476 in fines and costs, including restitution of $478.

 

Laken Marie-Clair Stephens, 27, of Hastings, was found guilty of operating a vehicle while intoxicated and sentenced by Judge Schipper to four months in jail, with credit for 64 days served, $398 in fines and costs, and probation for 36 months with oversight fees of $360.

 

Raymond Lee Ugianskis, 37, of Wayland, was found guilty of possession of a controlled substance, methamphetamine. He was sentenced by Judge Schipper to one day in jail, with credit for one day served, probation for 18 months, with oversight fees of $180, and $998 in fines and costs. His driver’s license was suspended for 30 days and restricted for 150 days.

 

 

 

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