Trial Court

The following actions were taken in Lake County Trial Court the week ending May 8, 2015:

  • Chandra Shanel Burgin, 35, of Baldwin, pleaded guilty to a charge of domestic violence. The defendant was sentenced to fines and costs of $275 and 93 days in jail at the discretion of the court over the next year. The bond condition of no contact with the victim is continued.
  • Robert Mark Burlingame, 46, of Rhodes, was arraigned on charges of operating while intoxicated, driving while license suspended/allowing a suspended person to operate and possession of alcohol in a motor vehicle-passenger. A pretrial is scheduled for 9 a.m. on May 21, 2015. Bond of $5,000, ten percent was posted.
  • Nick Adam Clemens, 39, of Baldwin, pleaded guilty to a charge of disorderly person. The defendant was sentenced to 90 days in jail consecutive to contempt time held in abeyance for one year and is to report to Community Mental Health upon release. Defendant is not to consume alcohol.
  • Angela Marie DeLoche, 40, of Wellston, was arraigned on a charge of embezzlement- agent/trustee- under $200. A pretrial is scheduled for 1:30 p.m. on May 19, 2015.
  • Christa Alise Gonzalez,  21, of Wellston, pleaded guilty to a charge of criminal contempt of court. Defendant was sentenced to serve ten days in jail with credit for time served.
  • Doris Marlina Hawkins, 40, of Baldwin, had a charge of receiving and concealing stolen property- less than $200 dismissed.
  • Matthew Gregory Holmes, 20, of Luther, pleaded guilty to charges of operating a motor vehicle without security and improper plates. The defendant was sentenced to fines and costs totaling $525 and one year in jail at the discretion of the court over the next year.
  • Patrick Roscoe Moore, 41, of Baldwin, had a charge of domestic violence dismissed.
  • Anthony Darnell Rollins, 44, of Chase, had a charge of domestic violence dismissed.
  • Thomas Robert Clark Umstead, 28, of Mears, pleaded guilty to possession of alcohol in a motor vehicle. The defendant was sentenced to fines and costs of $205 and 90 days in jail at the discretion of the court over the next year.