79th District Court sentencings.

August 26, 2016

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By Alan Neushwander. Contributing Writer.

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

– Morgan Montana Svidron, 25, 406 E. Foster St., Apt. 1, Ludington, pleaded no contest on July 22 to aggravated assault and was sentenced to 180 days in jail with credit for 15 days already served, one year discretionary jail for two years, must have substance abuse evaluation, no drugs/alcohol, subject to weekly drug tests, subject to random preliminary breath tests (PBTs), no contact with the victim, and must pay $1,875 in fines and costs. Charges of assault and battery and assault by strangulation were dismissed on the motion of the prosecutor with prejudice.

– Anthony Nathan Krul, 56, 4790 Kirkwood Dr., Sterling Heights, pleaded guilty on August 19 to possessing fish without a license and was sentenced to pay a fine of $250.

– Colin Michael Gourley, 28, 5235 28th Place SW, Apt. B, Naples, Florida, pleaded guilty on August 18 to having open intoxicants in a vehicle as a passenger and was sentenced to pay a fine of $265. Conviction is reportable to Secretary of State.

– Darance Allen Holland, 24, 6430 Orchard Ave., Dearborn, pleaded guilty on August 18 to allowing a person to drive in violation of the motor vehicle code and was sentenced to pay a fine of $335.

– Jeffrey Steven Paulsen, 22, 389 S. Walhalla Rd., Branch Township, pleaded guilty on August 18 to driving while unlicensed. Fines and costs were suspended due to serious injuries and medical expenses. Conviction is reportable to Secretary of State.

– Matthau Jay Askew, 40, 109 E. Foster St., Room 10, Ludington, pleaded guilty on August 17 to domestic violence and was sentenced to six days in jail with credit for six days already served, 93 days discretionary jail for one year, must have substance abuse evaluation, no drugs/alcohol, subject to random PBTs and random drug tests, and must pay $665 in fines and costs. A charge of interfering with an electronic communications device was dismissed on the motion of the prosecutor with prejudice.

Dismissal

– Robin Jon Sarres, 59, 706 N. Emily St., Ludington, had a charge of residency violation – school safety zone dismissed without prejudice on August 5 as part of a plea agreement in another case.

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