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Court

Jul 18, 2013

The following court cases were processed at the Jefferson County Courthouse.

 

Associate District Court

Diana Jean Haynes, 43, of 606 W. Jackson Ave., pleaded guilty to public intoxication, second offense, a serious misdemeanor. She was sentenced to 60 days in jail, less credit for time served. The sentence was suspended and she will serve two years on probation. She was ordered to have a substance abuse evaluation within 45 days and fined $315 plus a 35 percent surcharge and ordered to pay restitution, court appointed attorney fees if any and court costs.

Chauncey Lee Jones, 25, of Ottumwa, pleaded guilty to driving while license denied/revoked, a serious misdemeanor. Jones was sentenced to 30 days in jail, less credit for time served. The sentence was suspended and Jones was placed on two years probation. Jones was fined $1,000 plus a 35 percent surcharge. Jones was ordered to pay restitution, court appointed attorney fees if any and court costs.

Tammy Kae Neil, 43, of Bloomfield, pleaded guilty to operating while intoxicated, first offense, a serious misdemeanor. She received a deferred judgment with two years probation. She was ordered to have a substance abuse evaluation within 45 days. She was fined $1,250 and ordered to pay court costs and restitution.

Parker Steven Lane, 29, of 400 E. Burlington Ave., pleaded guilty to operating while intoxicated, first offense, a serious misdemeanor. He was sentenced to 30 days in jail, less credit for time served; all but two days were suspended. His license was revoked, he must complete a drinking drivers course, have a substance abuse evaluation within 45 days and was fined $1,250 plus a 35 percent surcharge and a $10 D.A.R.E. surcharge. He was ordered to pay restitution, court appointed attorney fees if any and court costs. One other case was dismissed with costs to the defendant.

Marshal Severs Metcalf, 24, of Douds, pleaded guilty to operating while intoxicated, first offense, a serious misdemeanor. He was sentenced to 30 days in jail, less credit for time served; all but two days were suspended. He was placed on two years probation, his license was revoked, he was ordered to complete a drinking drivers course and obtain a substance abuse evaluation within 45 days. He was fined $1,250 plus a 35 percent surcharge and a $10 D.A.R.E. surcharge. He was ordered to pay restitution, court appointed attorney fees if any and court costs. Two more Jefferson County cases were dismissed with costs to the defendant.

Thaddeus Rashad Nolan, 23, of 801 South D St., pleaded guilty to public intoxication, second offense, a serious misdemeanor. He was sentenced to 30 days in jail, less credit for time served; his sentence was suspended. He was placed on two years probation, ordered to obtain a substance abuse evaluation within 45 days, fined $315 plus a 35 percent surcharge. He was ordered to pay restitution and court costs.

Laura Lee Fischer, 47, of 2193 W. Hills Drive, pleaded guilty to possession of methamphetamine, a serious misdemeanor. She received a deferred judgment of two years probation. She was ordered to obtain a substance abuse evaluation within 45 days. She was fined $315 plus a $125 law enforcement initiative surcharge. She was ordered to pay restitution, court appointed attorney fees if any and court costs.

 

District Court

Cole David Emry-Stannard, 18, of 1106 S. Eighth St., pleaded guilty to operating while intoxicated, first offense, a serious misdemeanor. He was sentenced to 30 days in jail less credit for time served; all but two days were suspended. He was placed on two years probation, his driver’s license was revoked, he was ordered to successfully complete a drinking drivers course and obtain a substance abuse evaluation within 45 days. He was fined $1,250 plus a 35 percent surcharge and a $10 D.A.R.E. surcharge. He was ordered to pay restitution, court appointed attorney fees if any and court costs. Another case was dismissed with costs to the defendant.

Emry-Stannard pleaded guilty in another case to driving while license denied /revoked. He was sentenced to 30 days in jail less credit for time served; all but two days were suspended. He was placed on two years probation, fined $1,000 plus a 35 percent surcharge and ordered to pay restitution, court appointed attorney fees if any and court costs. Another case was dismissed with costs to the defendant.

Emry-Stannard pleaded guilty in another case to assault, a simple misdemeanor. He was fined $65 plus a 35 percent surcharge. He was ordered to pay restitution, court appointed attorney fees if any and court costs.

Michael Paul Bibby, 27, of Ottumwa, pleaded guilty to second-degree theft. He was sentenced to five years in prison less credit for time served. He was fined $750 plus a surcharge. He was ordered to pay restitution, pecuniary damages, court costs and court appointed attorney fees. He must pay a correctional bill of $4,335 to Jefferson County. He must supply a specimen for DNA profiling. Two other cases were dismissed with costs to the defendant.

Bibby pleaded guilty in another case to conspiracy to manufacture methamphetamine, less than 5 grams. He was sentenced to 10 years in prison, which has a mandatory minimum of three years, less credit for time served, to run concurrent with another sentence from Jefferson County and another sentence from Wapello County. He was ordered to pay a $125 law enforcement initiative surcharge, a $10 D.A.R.E. surcharge, restitution, pecuniary charges, court costs, court appointed attorney fees if any and jail costs of $1,220. His driver’s license was revoked for 180 days.

Dakota David Woodard, 20, of Batavia, pleaded guilty to second-degree theft and was sentenced to five years in prison, which was suspended. He was placed on five years probation, fined $750 plus a 35 percent surcharge, and a $125 law enforcement initiative surcharge. He was ordered to pay restitution, pecuniary charges of $1,780, court costs and court appointed attorney fees. He is further ordered to seek employment and comply with the plan of restitution. He was ordered to supply a specimen for DNA profiling. Two other cases were dismissed.

 

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