Probation violations, drunk driving among week’s 51st Circuit Court sentencings.

September 19, 2014

By Allison Scarbrough. Contributing Editor.

LUDINGTON — The following were sentenced recently in 51st Circuit Court:

Molina

Molina

– Felipa Rodriguez-Molina, 55, of 4495 W. Skeels Rd., Montague, was found guilty June 26 of operating under the influence of liquor, third offense. Defendant was sentenced Sept. 16 to 180 days in jail with credit for eight days served; serve three months up front; report Nov. 30; balance to be served at the court’s discretion; 60 days community service; 18 months probation; and $1,148 in fines and costs. Conviction reportable to the Secretary of State (SOS). One count of driving while license suspended (DWLS), second offense, was dismissed.

– Dustin James Horn, 19, of 407 E. Melendy, Ludington, was found guilty Sept. 9 of probation violation in two separate files. He was sentenced in the first file to one year in jail with credit for 90 days served; to be placed in Special Alternative Incarceration (SAI) and subject to all SAI aftercare; $3,724 in restitution; $398 in fines and costs; and probation extended to May 20, 2016. In the second file, he was sentenced Sept. 9 to one year in jail with credit for 275 days served; $540.35 in restitution; $568 in fines and costs; and the same SAI conditions and probation extension as the first file. Probation stems from Sept. 25, 2012 breaking and entering with intent convictions.

Tanner

Tanner

– Angela Beth Tanner, 34, of 5982 Riverview, Ludington, was found guilty Sept. 10 of probation violation. She was sentenced to 270 days in jail with credit for 58 days served; serve 30 days at the court’s discretion; two years probation; and $878 in fines and costs. Conviction reportable to SOS. The probation stems from a June 27, 2013 conviction of OUIL, third offense.

– Robert Anthony Newcom Wolever, 33, of PO Box 192, Walhalla, was found guilty Sept. 8 of probation violation. He was sentenced to one year in jail with credit for 270 days served and $513 in fines and costs. Probation stems from a Jan. 10, 2012 conviction of controlled substance delivery, schedule 1, 2, 3 – second offense.

 

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