TRIAL COURT 4-12-2012

The following actions were taken in Lake County trial court for the week ending Thursday, Apr. 5, 2012:

  • Melissa Rachel Keys, 26, of Manistee, was bound over to circuit court on a charge of possession of cocaine less than 25 grams.  The defendant is free on $5,000 bond.
  • Maxine Ruth Lambie, 62, of Luther, pleaded guilty to  charge of possession of a controlled substance (marijuana).  The defendant was sentenced to pay fines and costs of $350 and to serve one year at the discretion of the court within one year.  Her driver’s license is suspended (restricted license after 60 days).
  • Adrianne Michelle Rowan, 21, of Marion, was bound over to circuit court on a charge of possession  of a non-narcotic controlled substance.  The defendant is free on $5,000 bond.
  • Beth Ann Depriest, 46, of Irons, pleaded not guilty to a charge of domestic violence.  Pretrial was scheduled for Apr. 19 at 2 p.m.  The defendant is free on $5,000 bond.
  • Eric John Woods, 28, of Idlewild, pleaded guilty to a charge of possession of a controlled substance (marijuana).  The defendant was sentenced to pay fines and costs of $350.   His driver’s license is suspended (restricted license after 60 days).
  • Damon Lewis Roggow, 35, of Luther, pleaded guilty to a charge of using emergency telephone services for an unauthorized purpose.   Sentencing was scheduled for Apr. 9 at 1:30 p.m.  The defendant is free on $2,500 bond.
  • Eugene Neal Hudson, 60, of Irons, pleaded no contest to a charge of assault with a dangerous weapon.  The defendant was sentenced to pay fines and costs of $798 and to serve 12 months (127 days CTS) and the balance over a period of 36 months’ probation.
  • Dennis Chad Wilcox, 37, of Lowell, pleaded no contest to a charge of operating under the influence of liquor causing injury.  Charges of second-degree child abuse and of operating under the influence of liquor with an occupant less than 16 were dismissed.  The defendant was sentenced to pay fines and costs of $1,698 and to serve 12 months (one day CTS) and the balance over a period of 36 months’ probation.
  • Troy David Stanton, of Luther, admitted responsibility to a charge of careless operation of a snowmobile.  The defendant was sentenced to pay fines and costs of $100.
  • Chip Allen Paddock, of Galesburg, had a default judgment issued on a charge of having no trail permit on a snowmobile.  The defendant was sentenced to pay fines and costs of $110.
  • Kara Brook Kriesel, of Pentwater, admitted responsibility to a charge of having no Michigan trail sticker on a snowmobile.  The defendant was sentenced to pay fines and costs of $90.
  • Todd William Vanderlaan, of Comstock Park, had a default judgment issued on a charge of failing to attach a trail sticker.   The defendant was sentenced to pay fines and costs of $100.
  • James Marvin Devries, of Byron Center, pleaded no contest to a charge of failing to exhibit registration.   The defendant was sentenced to pay fines and costs of $115.
  • Brenton Vaughn Olthof, had a charge of operating unregistered snowmobiles dismissed.
  • Mark Allen Hudd, of Holton, pleaded guilty to a charge of failing to display a registration decal on a snowmobile.   The defendant was sentenced to pay fines and costs of $130.
  • Daniel Edward Lottinville, of Howell, pleaded guilty to a charge of fishing in a closed stream.   The defendant was sentenced to pay fines and costs of $155.
  • Patrick Daniel O’Brien, of White Cloud, had a charge of operating a snowmobile  while license was suspended or revoked dismissed.