51st Circuit Court sentencings

December 18, 2014

By Allison Scarbrough. Contributing Editor.

LUDINGTON — The following were sentenced Tuesday, Dec. 16, in 51st Circuit Court:

Raymond Anthony

Raymond Anthony

– Raymond Allen Anthony, 37, of 104 Wigton St., Hart, was found guilty of two counts of breaking and entering a building with intent and habitual offender, fourth conviction. He was sentenced Dec. 16 to two concurrent terms of six to 30 years in a Michigan Department of Corrections (MDOC) prison with credit for 96 days served in jail; $6,900 in restitution; and $266 in fines and costs. Three counts of breaking and entering a building with intent and one count of attempted safe breaking were dismissed. In another file, one count of breaking and entering a building with intent and habitual offender, fourth conviction, were dismissed Dec. 16. In another file, Anthony was found guilty Nov. 12 of absconding/forfeiting bond and habitual offender, fourth conviction. He was sentenced  Dec. 16 to one year, six months to 15 years in prison with credit for 96 days served. In another file, Anthony was found guilty Nov. 12 of two counts of controlled substance, delivery/manufacture and habitual offender, third conviction. He was sentenced Dec. 16 to two concurrent terms of three to eight years in prison with credit for 101 days served; $1,970 in restitution; and $266 in fines and costs. All sentences run concurrent. Related story here

Cook

Cook

– Joseph Michael Cook, 22, of 8010 N. Custer Rd., Free Soil, pleaded no contest Nov. 12 to attempted second-degree criminal sexual conduct (CSC) – person under 13. He was sentenced Dec. 16 to one year in jail with credit for two days served; serve six months up front with balance to be served at the court’s discretion; five years probation; and $698 in fines and costs. Three counts of third-degree CSC – person 13-15 were dismissed. Related story here

Witkowski_Marek Juergen

Witkowski

– Marek Juergen Witkowski,17, of 2258 E. Cork St., Apt. 3B, Kalamazoo, was found guilty Nov. 12 of larceny in a building. He was sentenced Dec. 16 to 330 days in jail with credit for 83 days served; serve three months up front with balance to be served at the court’s discretion; $575 in restitution; $598 in fines and costs; and two years probation. One count of safe breaking was dismissed. Related story here

Lund

Lund

– Bryan Patrick Lund, 28, of 195 Monroe St., Apt. A, Manistee, was found guilty Nov. 12 of controlled substance, possession of a non-narcotic. He was sentenced Dec. 16 to 270 days in jail with credit for 89 days served; serve four months up front with balance to be served at the court’s discretion; two years probation; and $598 in fines and costs. Two counts of controlled substance delivery, schedule 1, 2, 3 were dismissed. Related story here

Billings

Billings

– Austin Martin Billings, 22, of 212 E. Melendy St., Apt. 3, Ludington, was found guilty Nov. 12 of possession of a controlled substance. He was sentenced Dec. 16 to one year in jail with credit for 89 days served; serve four months up front with balance to be held at the court’s discretion; two years probation; and $548 in fines and costs. Two counts of controlled substance, possession of a non-narcotic – second offense, were dismissed. Related story here

Lopez

Lopez

– Timothy Alan Lopez, 20, of 721 E. Loomis, Ludington, was found guilty Aug. 2 of larceny in a building and probation violation. He was sentenced Dec. 16 to two to five years in an MDOC prison with credit for 373 days served; $1,434.84 in restitution; and $483 in fines and costs. One count of breaking and entering a building with intent was dismissed.

Sweet

Sweet

– Kenneth Clare Sweet, Jr., 31, of 240 Straight Ave., NW, Apt. 2, Grand Rapids, was found guilty Nov. 12 of failure to register. He was sentenced Dec. 16 to 270 days in jail with credit for 78 days served; serve three months up front (already served) with the balance to be served at the court’s discretion; two years probation; and $448 in fines and costs. One count of failure to register as a sex offender and habitual offender, third conviction, were dismissed.

 

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