4 sentenced this week in 51st Circuit Court on various drug charges

May 9, 2014

By Allison Scarbrough. Contributing Editor.

LUDINGTON – The following were sentenced this past week in 51st Circuit Court:

Boon

Boon

–       Charles William Boon, 25, of 214 E. Melendy St., Apt. 3, Ludington, was found guilty, March 7, of two counts of controlled substance, delivery/manufacture. He was sentenced, May 6, to two concurrent 270-day jail terms with credit for two days served; serve six months up front; balance to be served at the court’s discretion; work release must meet Mason County Sheriff’s Office guidelines; one year probation; $1,566 in fines, costs and restitution; and driver’s license suspended 30 days/restricted 150 days. Three other counts of controlled substance, delivery/manufacture were dismissed.

Routley

Routley

–       Derek Michael Routley, 24, of 936 E. Maple St., Ludington, was found guilty, March 18, of weapons – taser, possession/sale. He was sentenced, May 6, to 90 days in jail with credit for two days served; serve 30 days up front with balance to be served at the court’s discretion; one year probation; and $498 in fines and costs. One count of first-degree home invasion was dismissed.

Malott

Malott

–       Zachary Malott, 23, of 308 ½ 4th St., Ludington, was found guilty, March 18, of controlled substance, delivery/manufacture. He was sentenced, May 6, to 90 days in jail with credit for two days served; work release must meet Mason County Sheriff’s Office (MCSO) guidelines; one year probation; $848 in fines, costs and restitution; and driver’s license suspended 30 days, restricted 150 days. One count of controlled substance, possession of a non-narcotic was dismissed.

Yeck

Yeck

–       Chris Michael Yeck, 27, of 929 Maple St., Ludington, was found guilty, March7, of operating while under the influence of liquor, third offense. He was sentenced, May 6, to 330 days in jail with credit for 62 days served; serve six months up front; balance to be served at the court’s discretion; work release must meet MCSO guidelines; 60 days community service; and $1,048 in fines and costs. Conviction reportable to the Secretary of State. One count of operating on a suspended license/allowing a person to operate was dismissed.

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