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Court

Feb 13, 2013

The following court cases were processed through the Clerk of Courts Office, Jefferson County:

Associate District Court

Anthony James Law, 21, of 606 W. Monroe Ave., No. 5, pleaded guilty to possession of a Schedule I controlled substance, marijuana, a serious misdemeanor. He received a deferred judgment, was placed on two years probation, ordered to get a substance abuse evaluation and follow recommendations. He was fined $315 and ordered to pay a $125 law enforcement initiative surcharge, court costs and court appointed attorney fees if any.

Tony Joe Wilson, 40, of Ottumwa, pleaded guilty to operating while license barred, habitual offender, an aggravated misdemeanor. He was sentenced to 180 days in jail less credit for time already serviced. All but 30 days of jail were suspended. He was placed on two years of probation, fined $625 plus a 35 percent surcharge and ordered to pay a $10 D.A.R.E. surcharge, restitution, court costs and court appointed attorney fees if any.

Quartez Lashawn Alexander, 21, of 505 W. Washington Ave., pleaded guilty to possession of a Schedule I controlled substance, marijuana, second offense, an aggravated misdemeanor. He was sentenced to 90 days in jail, less credit for time served; the sentence was suspended. His driver’s license was revoked for 180 days. He was ordered to have a substance abuse evaluation and follow recommendations. He was fined $625 plus a 35 percent surcharge and ordered to pay a $10 D.A.R.E. surcharge, a $125 law enforcement initiative surcharge, restitution, court costs and court appointed attorney fees if any.

Tracie Lynn Dietzman, 44, of Eldon, pleaded guilty to no valid driver’s license, a simple misdemeanor. Dietzman was fined $200 plus a 35 percent surcharge and ordered to pay court costs and court appointed attorney fees if any.

Kyle Ann Harrison, 50, of 601 S. Fifth St., pleaded guilty to operating while intoxicated or drugged, first offense, a serious misdemeanor. Harrison was sentenced to 30 days in jail less credit for time served; all but four days were suspended. Harrison was placed on two years probation, ordered to complete a drinking drivers course and get a substance abuse evaluation, fined $1,250 plus a 35 percent surcharge and her driver’s license was revoked. She was ordered to pay a $10 D.A.R.E. surcharge, court costs and court appointed attorney fees if any.

Sophia Gabriella Raiano, 23, of 708 W. Orchard Ave., pleaded guilty to operating while intoxicated, first offense, a serious misdemeanor. She was sentenced to 48 hours in jail, less credit for time served. Her driver’s license was revoked. She was ordered to complete a drinking drivers course, have a substance abuse evaluation, pay a $10 D.A.R.E. surcharge, court costs and court appointed attorney fees if any. She was fined $1,250 plus a 35 percent surcharge.

Tammy Irene Bruegge, 44, of 608 W. Adams Ave., pleaded guilty to possession of a Schedule I controlled substance, marijuana, a serious misdemeanor. She was placed on two years probation and ordered to get a substance abuse evaluation and follow recommendations, pay a $125 law enforcement initiative surcharge, court costs and court appointed attorney fees if any and was fined $315.

Moses Ural Wesley, 22, of 100 1/2 Main St., Apt. 2, pleaded guilty to possession of marijuana, first offense. He received a deferred judgment with two years probation, was fined $315, ordered to get a substance abuse evaluation, pay a $125 law enforcement initiative surcharge, court costs and court appointed attorney fees if any.

Bridger Caryl Wolcott, 20, of Brighton, pleaded guilty to third degree theft, an aggravated misdemeanor. He was given a deferred judgment and placed on two years probation on condition of future good behavior and no further violations of the law. He was fined $625 and ordered to pay a $125 law enforcement initiative surcharge, restitution, court costs and court appointed attorney fees if any. Wolcott also pleaded guilty to operating a motor vehicle without the owner’s consent, an aggravated misdemeanor. He was given a deferred judgment with two years probation, fined $625 and ordered to pay restitution, court costs and court appointed attorney fees if any.

Travis Eugene D. Shroyer, 27, of Naples, Fla., pleaded guilty to third degree theft, an aggravated misdemeanor. He was sentenced to 120 days in jail, less credit for time serviced; the sentence was suspended based on future good behavior and no further violations of the law. He was fined $625 plus a 35 percent surcharge. He was ordered to pay a $125 law enforcement initiative, restitution, court costs and court appointed attorney fees if any.

Jose Luis Zapata, 39, of 802 W. Hempstead Ave., pleaded guilty to public intoxication, third or subsequent offense, an aggravated misdemeanor. He was sentenced to two years in prison less credit for time served. The sentence runs concurrent with another Jefferson County sentence. He was fined $625, which was suspended. He was ordered to pay court costs and court appointed attorney fees if any.

 

District Court

Jose Luis Zapata, 39, of 802 W. Hempstead Ave., pleaded guilty to credit card fraud, an aggravated misdemeanor. He was sentenced to two years in prison, less credit for time served; which was suspended. He violated his sentence of two years of probation. He was fined $625 and 35 percent surcharge and ordered to pay a $125 law enforcement surcharge, restitution in the amount of $829, court costs and court appointed attorney fees if any.

Jerry Aileen Purvis, 62, of Moravia, pleaded guilty to forgery and was sentenced to five years in prison to run concurrent with a Davis County sentence; his sentence was suspended. He was fined $750 plus a 35 percent surcharge. He was ordered to pay a $125 law enforcement initiative surcharge, a $10 D.A.R.E. surcharge, restitution of $1,100 and $256, court costs and court appointed attorney fees if any. He was ordered to supply a specimen for DNA profiling.

Joseph Michael Siemens, 22, of Keosauqua, pleaded guilty to credit card fraud and was sentenced to five years in prison, which was suspended. He was fined $750 plus a 35 percent surcharge. He was ordered to pay a $125 law enforcement initiative surcharge, restitution of $2,219, and court costs. He was ordered to supply a specimen for DNA profiling.

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