District court, as of June 26, 2013

June 28, 2013

Compiled by Allison Scarbrough. MCP Correspondent. 

LUDINGTON — The following were sentenced this week in 79th District Court:
–         Richard Allen Popp, 53, of 8452 N. Custer Rd., Free Soil, was found guilty June 18 of operating while impaired by liquor. He was sentenced to two days in jail with credit for two days served; $1,145 in fines and costs; 93 days discretionary jail for one year; must attend next session of Victims Impact Panel; must participate in insight/education group; no alcohol/drugs; and random preliminary breath tests (PBTs). Conviction reportable to the Secretary of State (SOS).
–         Michael Raymond Shappee, 51, of 19675 9 Mile Rd., Copemish, was found guilty June 18 of driving while license suspended (DWLS). He was sentenced to one year discretionary jail for two years and $740 in fines and costs. Conviction reportable to SOS.
–         James Richard Mazzole, 38, of 5840 S. Taylor Rd., Branch, was found guilty June 18 of DWLS. He was sentenced to two days in jail with credit for two days served; one year discretionary jail for two years; and $580 in fines and costs. Conviction reportable to SOS.
–         Hayden Greiner Chapmen, 19, of 721 E. Filer St., Ludington, was found guilty June 18 of impaired driving. He was sentenced to one day in jail with credit for one day served; $1,145 in fines and costs; Alcohol Highway Safety Education (AHSE); 93 days discretionary jail for one year; and must attend next session of Victims Impact Panel. Conviction reportable to SOS.
–         Kevin Eugene Cabana, 52, of 5281 N. Mustang Rd., Fountain, was found guilty June 18 of operating while intoxicated or under a controlled substance. He was sentenced to two days in jail with credit for two days served; AHSE; $1,245 in fines and costs; 93 days discretionary jail for one year; must attend next session of Victims Impact Panel; no alcohol/drugs; and random PBTs. Conviction reportable to SOS. One count of operating with a blood alcohol content of .17 or more was dismissed.
–         Gary Dean MacCune, 22, of 3857 Grandson Trail, Branch, was found guilty June 18 of DWLS. He was sentenced to 22 days in jail with credit for 22 days served; one year discretionary jail for two years; and $580 in fines and costs. Conviction reportable to SOS. He was also found guilty June 18 of third-degree retail fraud. He was sentenced to 22 days in jail with credit for 22 days served; 93 days discretionary jail for one year; and $580 in fines and costs. Jail time for both cases run concurrent with incarceration in Lake County.
–         James Allen Rozga, 31, of 7526 S. Brown Rd., Sheridan, was found guilty June 20 of driving while license expired. He was sentenced to $225 in fines and costs. Conviction reportable to SOS.
–         Kevin Ryan Shook, 25, of 1311 S. Madison St., Ludington, was found guilty June 21 of disorderly person – urinating in public. He was sentenced to two days in jail with credit for two days served and $285 in fines and costs.
–         Shawn Vincent Parrington, 39, of 440 High St., Springfield, Ohio, was found guilty June 20 of DWLS. He was sentenced to $225 in fines and costs. Conviction reportable to SOS.
–         Aida San Martin-Hernandez, 49, of 3770 48th Ave., Mears, was found guilty June 20 allowing a person to drive in violation. She was sentenced to $335 in fines and costs.
–         Franklin Eugene Chaple, 36, of 203 Crowley St., Scottville, was found guilty June 20 of disorderly conduct/drunk. He was sentenced to $285 in fines and costs.
–         Jason Luke Wygant, 35, of 502 N. Reinberg Ave., Scottville, was found guilty June 20 of DWLS. He was sentenced to $225 in fines and cost. Conviction reportable to SOS.
–         Breeze E. Bevington, 37, (no address listed), was found guilty June 22 of disorderly – trespassing-prowling. He was sentenced to one day in jail with credit for one day served; 12 months probation; 90 days discretionary jail for one year; and fines and costs suspended. If he returns to Ludington and exhibits the same type of behavior, he will serve the balance of the sentence.

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