6 sentenced in circuit court

February 15, 2013

Circuit Court
LUDINGTON — The following were sentenced this week in 51st Circuit Court:
– Lucas Paul Andrews-Taylor, 17, 412 Rath Ave., Ludington, was found guilty Dec. 11, of larceny $200-$1,000. He was sentenced Feb. 12 to 180 days in jail with credit for 65 days served and 18 months probation. Restitution is joint and several with co-defendants. A charge of B & E building with intent was dismissed.
– Kyle David Freshour, 18, of 6586 E. Stohlberg Rd., Fountain, was found guilty Dec. 6 of three counts of home invasion, second degree. He was sentenced Feb. 12 to 300 days in jail with credit for 131 days served and 36 months of probation. He must serve 10 months, then complete SAI aftercare. All three counts run concurrent. Nine counts of home invasion, second degree, were dismissed.
– Robert William Wicks, 21, of 2310 N. Lakeshore Dr., Ludington, was found guilty Dec. 6 of assault – weapon. He was sentenced Feb. 12 to 365 days in jail with credit for 127 days served. He must serve eight months up front, with the balance to be served at the court’s discretion. He must complete cognitive behavioral therapy was ordered to 24 months probation. Restitution is held in abeyance for 60 days.
– Alberto Mendez, 50, of 8264 Independence Ave., Cadillac, was found guilty Dec. 6 of operating under the influence of liquor (OUIL), third offense and habitual offender, third conviction. He was sentenced Feb. 12 to a minimum of two years and six months and a maximum of 10 years with the Michigan Department of Corrections. He was given credit for 131 days served in jail. Counts of operating while license suspended and alcohol – open container were dismissed.
– Michael Robert Barnhardt, 50, of 12925 Dickenson Ave., Bitely, was found guilty Dec. 6 of OUIL, third offense. He was sentenced Feb. 12 to 365 days in jail with credit for one day served. He must serve eight months up front, with the balance to be served at the court’s discretion. He was also sentenced to 18 months probation, 90 days community service, and must complete cognitive behavioral therapy.
– James Louis Grant, 18, of 74 Madison, Custer, was found guilty Dec. 4 of motor vehicle unlawful driving away. He was sentenced Feb. 8 to 90 days in jail with credit for 16 days served. He must serve one month up front, followed by 60 days electronic monitoring and 18 months probation. A count of CSC (criminal sexual conduct), third degree, person 13-15, and a count of motor vehicle unlawful drive away were dismissed.
 

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