51st Circuit Court sentencings include accosting child.

October 28, 2016

51st Circuit Court sentencings include accosting child.

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By Alan Neushwander. Contributing Writer.

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

– Samuel Raymond Hogan, 49, 303 N. Second St., Brighton, Michigan, pleaded no contest to accosting a child for immoral purposes and was sentenced to one year in jail with credit for one day already served, must serve eight months up front with the balance to be served at the court’s discretion, five years probation, and $658 in fines and costs. As part of a plea agreement, the prosecutor dropped a charge of habitual offender second offense.

– Gregory Alan Tingay, 43, 600 Kosciusko St., Manistee, pleaded guilty to maintaining a drug house and was sentenced to 90 days in jail with credit for two days already served, must serve 30 days up front with the balance to be served at the court’s discretion, one year probation, driver’s license suspended for 30 days and restricted for 150 days, and $658 in fines and costs. As part of a plea agreement, the prosecutor dropped a double penalty charge and a charge of delivery/manufacturing a controlled substance.

Sobers

Sobers

– Jeromy Richard Sobers, 40, 4851 Cleveland St., Fountain, pleaded no contest to two counts of assaulting/resisting/obstructing police and was sentenced to one year in jail with credit for 23 days already served, 18 months of probation, and $726 in fines and costs. As part of a plea agreement, the prosecutor dropped two counts of domestic violence and one count of habitual offender third offense.

– Branden Michael Alpin, 33, 1613 N. Clinton St., Saginaw, pleaded guilty to failure to comply with the sex offender registration act and habitual offender third offense. He was sentenced to one year  in jail with credit for 127 days already served, two years probation, and $658 in fines and costs.

Piehl

Piehl

– Nicholas James Piehl, 22, 810 N. James St., Ludington, pleaded guilty to two counts of forgery and one count of uttering and publishing. He was sentenced to one year in jail with credit for 83 days already served, must serve seven months up front with the balance to be served at the court’s discretion, two years probation, and $1,134 in fines, costs and restitution. As part of a plea agreement, the prosecutor dropped an additional count of uttering and publishing along with a charge of larceny from a building and habitual offender second offense.

– Devonne Curtis Robertson, 24, 1913 Bayou Court NE, Grand Rapids, pleaded guilty to larceny from a building and was sentenced to 180 days in jail with credit for 24 days already served, must serve 30 days up front (already served) with the balance to be served at the court’s discretion, two years probation and $691.99 in fines, costs and restitution. As part of a plea agreement, the prosecutor dropped an additional count of larceny from a building.

– Sheena Marie Skoog, 28, 6714 Lorne Dr., Pentwater, pleaded guilty to two counts of possession of a controlled substance and was sentenced to 270 days in jail with credit for three days already served, must serve 60 days up front with the balance to be served at the court’s discretion, 18 months probation, driver’s license suspended for 30 days and restricted for 150 days, and $726 in fines and costs. As part of a plea agreement, the prosecutor dismissed a charge of delivery of a controlled substance and habitual offender second offense.

– Jordan Kenneth Woodring, 28, 304 S. Rowe St., Apt. 2, Ludington, pleaded guilty to assaulting/resisting/obstructing police and operating while intoxicated (OWI) second offense. He was sentenced to one year in jail with credit for two days already served, must serve 30 days up front with the balance to be served at the court’s discretion, must complete 90 days of community service, 18 months of probation, and $1,258 in fines and costs. Conviction is reportable to Secretary of State.

– Austin James McCumber, 21, 912 N. Emily St., Ludington, pleaded guilty to possession of a controlled substance and was sentenced to one year in jail with credit for 114 days already served, must serve four months up front with the balance to be served at the court’s discretion, two years probation, driver’s license suspended for 60 days and restricted for 305 days, and $598 in fines and costs. As part of a plea agreement, the prosecutor dropped the double penalty charge and an additional count of controlled substance possession.

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