79th District Court sentencings

June 6, 2014

By Allison Scarbrough. Contributing Writer.

LUDINGTON — The following were sentenced recently in 79th District Court:

– Kristopher Thomas Marshall, 32, of 143 N. Jebavy Dr., Apt. 4, was found guilty May of animal cruelty/abandonment and sentenced to two days in jail with credit for two days served; 90 days discretionary jail for one year; $291.62 in restitution; and a $125 fine.

– Andrew Eugene Wickland, 51, of 5938 W. Fourth St., Ludington, was found guilty May 27 of driving while license suspended (DWLS). He was sentenced to two days in jail with credit for two days served; $580 in fines and costs; and one year discretionary jail for one year. Conviction reportable to the Secretary of State (SOS).

– Justin Ruben Jobbins, 28, of 554 N. Morris, Pentwater, was found guilty May 27 of assault and battery. He was sentenced to two days in jail with credit for two days served; $580 in fines and costs; and 30 days discretionary jail for one year. One count of disorderly person was dismissed.

– Robin Rae Bakies, 51, of 740 N. Jebavy Dr., Ludington, was found guilty May 27 of domestic violence and sentenced to one day in jail with credit for one day served; must attend Hands Down program; $580 in fines and costs; 93 days discretionary jail for one year; no contact with victim; no alcohol/drugs; and subject to random preliminary breath tests (PBTs) and drug tests.

– David Niles Wilcoxson, 48, of ℅ 802 St. Paul St., Ludington, was found guilty May 27 of controlled substance, possession of marijuana. He was sentenced to seven days in jail with credit for seven days served; one year discretionary jail for one year; and a $125 fine. Driver’s license suspended 180 days/restricted 150 days.

– Nicholas John Lascari, 33, of 401 N. Main St., Scottville, was found guilty May 28 of second-offense operating while intoxicated. He was sentenced to 90 days in jail with credit for two days served; one year discretionary jail for two years; must report to jail Jan. 15, 2015 unless he abides by all Soberlink and program requirements until then; must provide proof of the sale of his vehicle; must attend AA three times a week for two years; $1,545 in fines and costs; no alcohol/drugs; 240 hours of community service within two years; must not operate a vehicle without Interlock; must remain on Soberlink for two years; if a positive test for alcohol is received, he will be incarcerated; must attend Impact Weekend and follow after-care requirements; and must not enter establishments where alcohol is served by the glass. Conviction reportable to SOS.

Dismissal

– Elrico James Brooks, 34, no address listed, one count of larceny in a building and one count of financial transaction device – steal/retain without consent were dismissed May 28. “Bond is canceled and shall be returned after costs are deducted,” court records state.

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