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Court

Jul 01, 2014

The following cases were processed at Jefferson County Courthouse:

Magistrate Court

Jose N. Gonzalez Ulloa, 25, of Fairfield, pleaded guilty and received a deferred judgment for an amended charge of disorderly conduct and was fined $65.

Courtney Lynn Carey, 18, of Richland, was fined $195 for simple assault.

Michael Dyson of Fairfield was jailed and fined $195 for failure to abate a nuisance.

Alyse RNA Kreiss, 23, of Fairfield, pleaded guilty to an amended charge of disorderly conduct and was fined $195.

Yvette Andrea Stepp, 49, of Fairfield, was fined $577 and prohibited for one year from contacting law enforcement center except only in an emergency. Three other Jefferson County cases were dismissed with costs to her.

Rebecca Ann Grubbs, 38, of Douds, was fined $566 for failure to appear.

Julie Ann Wyatt, 47, of Fairfield, pleaded guilty to an amended charge of simple assault and was fined $148.

Adrian Chike Okakpu, 35, of Fairfield, pleaded guilty to simple assault and was fined $208 and ordered to complete an anger management course.

District court

Brian Charles Howard, 36, of Fairfield, pleaded guilty to public intoxication, third or subsequent offense, an aggravated misdemeanor. He was sentenced to 180 days in jail, less credit for time served, his jail time was suspended. He was placed on two years probation, ordered to obtain a substance abuse evaluation within 45 days of judgment, fined $625 plus a 35 percent surcharge. He was ordered to pay restitution, court appointed attorney fees if any and court costs. He was ordered to be fingerprinted if none are on file with law enforcement.

Howard also was held in contempt of court and sentenced to two days in jail less credit for time served. His probation continues. He was ordered to pay court appointed attorney fees if any and court costs.

Spencer Chase Vorhies, 21, of Keosauqua, pleaded guilty to operating while intoxicated, first offense, a serious misdemeanor. He was sentenced to 30 days in jail less credit for time spent; he can satisfy compliance by attending a court-ordered OWI program. All but two days of his sentence was suspended and he was placed on two years probation. His license was revoked. He was ordered to successfully complete a drinking drivers course and obtain a substance abuse evaluation within 45 days of judgment and follow its recommendations. He was fined $1,250 plus a 35 percent surcharge, a $10 D.A.R.E, surcharge and ordered to pay restitution, court costs and court appointed attorney fees if any. Another Jefferson County case was dismissed per a plea agreement. Count II was dismissed with costs to him, per a plea agreement. He was ordered to be fingerprinted if none are on file with law enforcement.

Carol Florence Negro, 61, of Fairfield, pleaded guilty to driving while license denied or revoked. She was sentenced to 90 days in jail, less credit for time served. This sentence is to run concurrent with another case. Her jail time was suspended and she was placed on two years probation. She was fined $1,000 plus a 35 percent surcharge and a $10 D.A.R.E. surcharge. She was ordered to pay restitution, court appointed attorney fees if any and court costs. Another Jefferson County case was dismissed with costs to her per a plea agreement. She was ordered to be fingerprinted if none are on file with law enforcement.

Justin Dean Woods, 24, of Batavia, pleaded guilty to simple assault, a simple misdemeanor. He was sentenced to 30 days in jail, less credit for time served. His sentence was suspended and he was placed on one year probation. He was ordered to complete a batterer’s treatment program and pay its costs. A no contact order is in full force against him. He was fined $65 plus a 35 percent surcharge. He was ordered to pay restitution, court appointed attorney costs if any and court costs. Two other Jefferson County cases were dismissed per a plea agreement. He was ordered to be fingerprinted if none are on file with law enforcement.

Conrad Duane Clark, 80, of Lockridge, pleaded guilty to reckless use of fire, a serious misdemeanor. He was sentenced to 30 days in jail, less credit for time served. His sentence was suspended and he was placed on two years probation. He was fined $315 plus a 35 percent surcharge and ordered to pay restitution, court appointed attorney fees if any and court costs. Two more Jefferson County cases were dismissed with costs to him per a plea agreement. He was ordered to be fingerprinted if none are on file with law enforcement.

Richard Cash Pace Jr., 29, of Fairfield, pleaded guilty to operating while intoxicated, second offense, an aggravated misdemeanor. He was sentenced to 90 days in jail, less credit for time served. All but seven days were suspended and he was placed on two years probation. He will be granted work release while serving his time in jail. His license was revoked. He was ordered to successfully complete a drinking drivers course and obtain a substance abuse evaluation within 45 days of judgment and follow its recommendations. He was fined $1,875 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. Four other Jefferson County cases were dismissed per a plea agreement. He was ordered to be fingerprinted if none are on file with law enforcement.

Donald Joseph Peck, 81, of Brighton, pleaded guilty and received a deferred judgment for operating while intoxicated, first offense, a serious misdemeanor. He was placed on two years probation. He was ordered to follow recommendations of a substance abuse evaluation. He was fined $1,250 and ordered to pay court costs and restitution. Two other Jefferson County cases were dismissed with costs to him per a plea agreement. He was ordered to be fingerprinted if none are on file with law enforcement.

Associate District Court

Cassie Renae McClaran, 29, of Lockridge, was found in contempt of court for violations of terms of her probation. She was sentenced to 45 days in jail and ordered to complete an in-patient substance abuse evaluation at the Iowa Residential Treatment Center in Mt. Pleasant and follow the recommendation. She will reside at IRTC until maximum benefits are derived, then return to Jefferson County jail to complete her term of incarceration if necessary. When released from jail, her probation continues. She was ordered to pay court appointed attorney fees if any not to exceed $300 and court costs.

Jeremy James Olson, 36, was found in contempt of court for violating terms of his probation. He was ordered to successfully complete treatment at MECCA, a community-based substance abuse and behavioral health services program; serve 90 days in jail, less credit for time served; and continue on probation. He was ordered to pay court appointed attorney fees not to exceed $300 and court costs.

Andrew Clen Helton, 24, of Batavia, pleaded guilty to third-degree burglary, a Class D felony. He was sentenced to five years in prison, less credit for time served, his sentence was suspended. He was placed on five years probation and ordered to reside in a residential facility for one year or until maximum benefits are derived. He remains in jail until placed I a residential program. While waiting, he is ordered to complete the IRTC program in Mt. Pleasant. He was fined $750 plus a 35 percent surcharge and $125 law enforcement initiative surcharge. He was ordered to pay court costs, court appointed attorney fees of $600, correctional fees and to reimburse the state $600. He also was ordered to provide a specimen for DNA profiling.

Travis Leon Benefiel, 23, of Fairfield, pleaded guilty to operating while intoxicated, second offense, an aggravated misdemeanor. He was sentenced to 90 days in jail, less credit for time served. All but seven days were suspended. He will be allowed work release. 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 $1,875 plus a 35 percent surcharge and a $10 D.A.R.E. surcharge. He was ordered to pay restitution and court appointed attorney fees if any. He may perform community service work at the federal minimum wage to pay court obligations except the surcharges.

Danielle Lynn Solts, 36, of Richland, pleaded guilty and received a deferred judgment for credit card fraud, an aggravated misdemeanor. She was placed on two years probation, fined $625 plus a $125 law enforcement initiative surcharge. She was ordered to pay restitution, court costs and court appointed attorney fees if any. Count II was dismissed with costs to her per a plea agreement. She was ordered to be fingerprinted if none are on file with law enforcement.

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