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Court

Jan 22, 2014

The following court cases were processed at Jefferson County Courthouse.

 

Magistrate Court

Julie Ann Wyatt, 46, of Fairfield, was fined $60 for simple assault.

Christopher Nicholas Kenly, 25, of Fairfield, was fined $195 for public intoxication, first offense.

Nathan Berle Zenack, 74, of Fairfield, was fined $148 for fifth degree theft.

James Edward Mitchell, 63, was fined $314 for public intoxication and trespassing.

 

Associate District Court

Kevin Aaron Stone, 42, of Eldon, pleaded guilty to operating while intoxicated, second offense, an aggravated misdemeanor, and was sentenced to 90 days in less credit for time served. All but seven days was suspended. He was placed on two years probation. His license was revoked. He was ordered to successfully complete a course for drinking drivers. He was ordered to get a substance abuse evaluation within 45 days of judgment. He was fined $1,875, plus a 35 percent surcharge, and ordered to pay restitution, court appointed attorney fees if any and court costs. If he does not have fingerprints on file with law enforcement, he was ordered to be fingerprinted.

Buck Young Bibby, 26, of Libertyville, pleaded guilty to operating a motor vehicle while license barred, habitual offender, and aggravated misdemeanor. He was sentenced to 90 days in jail, less credit for time served. His sentence was suspended and he was placed on two years probation, fined $625 plus a 35 percent surcharge. He was ordered to pay restitution, court appointed attorney fees if any and court costs. If he does not have fingerprints on file with law enforcement, he was ordered to be fingerprinted.

Scott David Fleming, 54, of Brookings, S.D., pleaded guilty to operating while intoxicated, first offense, a serious misdemeanor. He received a deferred judgment and one year probation. He was ordered to follow all recommendations from his substance abuse evaluation. He was fined $1,250. He was ordered to pay court costs, restitution and court appointed attorney fees if any. If he does not have fingerprints on file with law enforcement, he was ordered to be fingerprinted. Three other cases were dismissed with costs to the defendant. Count I was dismissed with costs to the defendant per a plea agreement.

Shad Lavern Heckart, 43, of Kirksville, Mo., pleaded guilty to public intoxication, a serious misdemeanor. He was sentenced to 10 days in jail, to run concurrent with another Jefferson County case. He was fined $315 plus a 35 percent surcharge and ordered to pay restitution, court appointed attorney fees if any and court costs. If he does not have fingerprints on file with law enforcement, he was ordered to be fingerprinted.

Andrew David Phillips, 19, of Fairfield, pleaded guilty 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. If he does not have fingerprints on file with law enforcement, he was ordered to be fingerprinted.

Robert Raleigh Langston, 25, of Fairfield, pleaded guilty to obtaining or attempting to obtain prescription drugs or device by forgery or alteration of prescription, first offense, an aggravated misdemeanor. He was given a deferred judgment and placed on two years probation. He was ordered to obtain a substance abuse evaluation with in 45 days of judgment, fined $625 plus a $125 law enforcement initiative surcharge. He was ordered to pay restitution, court appointed attorney fees if any and court costs. If he does not have fingerprints on file with law enforcement, he was ordered to be fingerprinted.

Carol Florence Negro, 61, of Fairfield, pleaded guilty to operating while intoxicated, third offense, a Class D felony. She was sentenced to five years in prison, less credit for time served; all but 30 days of her sentence was suspended. She was placed on three years probation and ordered to follow all the rules and regulations. Her license is revoked for six years; if she becomes eligible for a temporary, restricted license, she must install an ignition interlock device on her vehicle. She is not to sell, purchase or register any vehicle while her license is revoked. She must successfully complete a drinking driver’s course and follow recommendations of a substance abuse evaluation. She was fined $3,125 plus a 35 percent surcharge and a $10 D.A.R.E. surcharge. She was ordered to pay court appointed attorney fees if any and court costs. Another Jefferson County case was dismissed with costs to her. Count II was dismissed with costs to her per a plea agreement. If she does not have fingerprints on file with law enforcement, she was ordered to be fingerprinted. She was ordered to submit a specimen for DNA profiling.

Jacob Walker Nordyke, 30, of Batavia, 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 was suspended. He was placed on two years probation, his license was revoked, he was ordered to successfully complete a drinking driver’s course and obtain a substance abuse evaluation within 45 days of judgment. 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 other Jefferson County cases were dismissed with costs to him. If he does not have fingerprints on file with law enforcement, he was ordered to be fingerprinted.

Nordyke also pleaded guilty to domestic abuse assault, a simple misdemeanor, and was sentenced to 30 days in jail, less credit for time served. His sentence was suspended. He was placed on one year probation and ordered to successfully complete a batterer’s treatment and pay the cost of the program within 180 days of judgment. A no contact order is in force. He was fined $65 plus a 35 percent surcharge. He was ordered to pay restitution, court appointed attorney fees if any and court costs. Three other Jefferson County cases were dismissed with costs to him per a plea agreement.

 

District Court

Luis Diaz, 37, of Lockridge, pleaded guilty to interference with official acts, a Class D felony. He was sentenced to five years in prison, less credit for time served. He was fined $750 plus a 35 percent surcharge. He was ordered to pay restitution, court costs and court appointed attorney fees if any. Count II was dismissed without prejudice per a plea agreement. He was ordered to submit a specimen for DNA profiling.

William Braxton McCarroll, 18, of Ottumwa, pleaded guilty in Count I to second-degree theft/joint criminal conduct, a Class D felony. He was sentenced to five years in prison, less credit for time served, and fined $750 plus a 35 percent surcharge. His sentence and fine were suspended. He was ordered to pay $125 law enforcement initiative surcharge; total restitution to victims of $17,569; court costs; and court appointed attorney fees if any. He was ordered to provide a specimen for DNA profiling. His sentence is to run concurrent with a sentence from a Davis County case. Counts II and III were dismissed with costs to him.

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