79th District Court sentencings

December 4, 2015

mason_county_courthouse_winter_verticalBy Allison Scarbrough. Contributing Editor.

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

Ryan James McDonald, 23, of 502 N. Lewis St., Ludington, was found guilty Nov. 24 of operating while impaired. He was sentenced to $870 in fines and costs; Alcohol Highway Safety Education (AHSE); 93 days discretionary jail for one year; must attend the next session of the Victims’ Impact Panel (VIP); no alcohol/drugs; and must submit to random preliminary breath tests (PBTs) and drug tests. Conviction reportable to the Secretary of State (SOS).

Lindsey Lee Towns, 25, of 704 W. Lowell St., Ludington, was found guilty Nov. 23 of allowing a person to drive in violation and sentenced to 90 days discretionary jail for one year and $335 in fines and costs.

Dalton Mykel Horsley, 25, of 711 E. Loomis St., Ludington, was found guilty Nov. 24 of disorderly conduct and sentenced to one day in jail with credit for one day served; outpatient treatment/anger management counseling; 90 days discretionary jail for one year; no contact with the victim; and $415 in fines and costs. One count of second-offense domestic violence dismissed.

Adam Clayton Shook, 33, of 408 N. William. Apt. 2, Ludington, was found guilty Nov. 24 of larceny less than $200 and sentenced to 93 days discretionary jail for one year and $700.80 in fines, costs and restitution. One count of disorderly person/public intoxication was dismissed. In a separate file, he was found guilty Nov. 24 of possession of marijuana and sentenced to 30 days in jail; $665 in fines and costs; driver’s license suspended one year/restricted after 30 days; one year discretionary jail for one year; must have a substance evaluation and follow recommendations; no alcohol/drugs; and subject to random PBTs and drug tests.

Michael John Modrow, 21, of 2798 Riverview Ave., Apt 1, Muskegon, was found guilty Nov. 30 of allowing a person to drive in violation and sentenced to one day in jail with credit for one day served; 90 days discretionary jail for one year; and $335 in fines and costs.

Corrina Sue Frye, 41, of 19492 Cedar Run Rd., Traverse City, was found guilty Nov. 24 of possession of marijuana. She was sentenced to 60 days in jail with credit for 31 days served; one year discretionary jail for one year; driver’s license suspended 180 days/restricted after 30 days; and $535 in fines and costs.

Jared Wilson Strejcek, 18, of 3370 S. Stephens Rd., Sheridan Township, was found guilty Nov. 30 of driving while license expired and sentenced to 90 days discretionary jail for one year and $225 in fines and costs.

Michael Lee Cerka, 36, of Ludington, was found guilty Nov. 25 of disorderly conduct and sentenced to one day in jail with credit for one day served; 90 days discretionary jail for one year; $860 in fines and costs; no contact with the victim; no alcohol/drugs; and subject to random PBTs. One count of fourth-degree criminal sexual conduct (CSC) was dismissed.

Kayleigh Lynn Clark, 26, of 707 W. Ludington Ave., Ludington, was found guilty Nov. 24 of second-degree retail fraud. She was sentenced to 30 days in jail with credit for 30 days served; one year discretionary jail for one year; and $130 in fines and costs. She received a concurrent 30-day jail term in a separate file for a conviction of second-degree retail fraud and $139.81 in fines, costs and restitution.

Debra Cathleen Willis, 61, of 14337 Webster Rd., Bath, Mich., was found guilty Nov. 24 of third-degree retail fraud. She was sentenced to 93 days discretionary jail for one year and $535 in fines and costs. Restitution is reserved.

Stacy Marie Green, 33, of 2916 Trepanier Dr., Lot 524, Hamlin Township, was found guilty Nov. 24 of two counts of use of a non-narcotic. She was sentenced to two days in jail with credit for two days served; driver’s license suspended 180 days/restricted after 30 days; $825 in fines and costs; one year discretionary jail for one year; outpatient treatment; must attend next session of VIP; no alcohol/drugs; and must submit to random PBTs and drug tests. Two counts of possession of analogues were dismissed.

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