Circuit court sentencings include prison terms for gun, larceny and drug convictions.

March 4, 2016

By Allison Scarbrough. Courts/Police Editor.

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

Wesley

Wesley

Eric Deon Wesley, 36, of 2825 Hoyt St., Muskegon Heights, was found guilty Jan. 12 of conspiring to receive and conceal guns and felony firearms. He was sentenced two years in prison, with credit for 178 days served in jail, and $266 in fines and costs. In a separate file, he was found guilty Jan. 12 of absconding bond and sentenced to a concurrent term of one to four years in prison with credit for 178 days served and $548 in fines, costs and restitution. Third-offense habitual offender designation was dismissed in both cases.

Hackert

Hackert

Wesley Donald Hackert, 30, of 308 E. Court St., Apt. 8, Ludington, was found guilty Aug. 4 of possession of narcotic or cocaine less than 25 grams and fourth-offense habitual offender. He was sentenced March 1 to one year and six months to 15 years in prison, with credit for 108 days served in jail, and $558 in fines and costs. In a separate file, he was found guilty Jan. 12 of larceny in a building and fourth-offense habitual offender. He was sentenced March 1 to one year and six months to 15 years in prison, with credit for 107 days served in jail, and $258 in fines and costs. One count of possession of analogues was dismissed. In a third file, Hackert was found guilty March 1 of probation violation and sentenced to one year and four months to two years in prison, with credit for 440 days served in jail, and $238 in fines and costs. Probation stems from Aug. 19, 2014 convictions of second-offense possession of marijuana and trespassing. In a fourth file, he was found guilty March 1 of probation violation and sentenced to one year and six months to 15 years in prison, with credit for 473 days served in jail, and $398 in fines and costs. Probation in that file arose from convictions of larceny in a building and fourth-offense habitual offender. All four terms run concurrently.

Anderson

Anderson

David James Anderson, 63, of 446 Everett Dr., Lansing, pleaded “no contest” Jan. 7 to attempted second-degree child abuse. He was sentenced March 1 to serve six months up front of a one-year discretionary jail term with credit for one day served; $658 in fines and costs; and five years probation. Two counts of second-degree criminal sexual conduct (CSC) were dismissed.

Borgh

Borgh

Terryn DeWayne Borgh, III, 18, of 3099 N. Tuttle Rd., Sherman Township, was found guilty Jan. 12 of delivery/manufacture of marijuana and sentenced March 1 to serve 45 days up front of a one-year discretionary jail term, with credit for 25 days served; two years probation; $658 in fines and costs; and driver’s license suspended 30 days/restricted 150 days. Work release must meet Mason County Sheriff’s Office guidelines. One count of possession of marijuana on school property was dismissed.

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