79th District Court sentencings and dismissals.

March 17, 2017
The Hon. Pete Wadel, 79th District Court judge.

The Hon. Pete Wadel, 79th District Court judge.

79th District Court sentencings and dismissals.

#MasonCountyCourtNews.

By Alan Neushwander, contributing writer.

The following were recently sentenced in 79th District Court:

– Phillip Edwards Mallory Roberts, 30, no address listed, pleaded guilty Mar. 7 to assault and battery and was sentenced to 45 days in jail with credit for 29 days served; 93 days discretionary jail for one year; no contact with the victim; and $295 in fines/costs.  

-Gloria Ann Nargis, 57, of 1787 N. Stiles Rd., Amber Township, pleaded guilty Mar. 7 to operating a vehicle while intoxicated (OWI) and was sentenced to two days in jail with credit for two days served; 93 days discretionary jail for one year; must attend victim’s impact panel; no drugs/alcohol, however she may purchase/possess alcohol for catering business purposes only; subject to random PBTs; must complete alcohol highway safety education; and $1,200 in fines/costs.  Conviction is reportable to Secretary of State (SOS).  

-Miles David Isaiah Roberts, 25, of 184 N. Gordon Rd., Amber Township, pleaded guilty Mar. 6 to operating while impaired by liquor (OWIL) and was sentenced to two days in jail with credit for two days served; 93 days discretionary jail for one year; no drugs/alcohol; must attend victim’s impact panel; subject to random PBTs; must comply with all programs as outlined by MDOC; 21 months of probation; and $645 in fines/costs.  Conviction is reportable to SOS.  A charge of transporting an open intoxicant was dismissed.

-Ethan Joe Hill, 18, of 414 N. Main St, Scottville, pleaded guilty Mar. 7 to OWIL underage with a blood alcohol content of .02-.07 and was sentenced to one year probationary period; must attend victim’s impact panel; no drugs/alcohol; subject to random PBTs; subject to random drug tests; must submit a drug test in two weeks; must continue current outpatient counseling; and $700 in fines/costs.  May perform 70 hours of community service in lieu of fines/costs. Conviction is reportable to SOS.  

-Melisa Ann Richards, 42, of 910 US 10, Ludington, pleaded guilty Mar. 7 to third-degree retail fraud (shoplifting) and was sentenced to two days in jail with credit for two days served; 93 days discretionary jail for one year; no drugs/alcohol; subject to random PBTs and drug tests; must continue current outpatient counseling; and $607 in fines/costs.  An additional charge of third-degree retail fraud was dismissed.

-Jonathon Michael Tyndall, 24, of 147 S. Wildwood Run, Apt. 8, Amber Township, pleaded guilty Mar. 7 to possession of marijuana and was sentenced to two days in jail with credit for two days served; one year discretionary jail for one year; must have substance abuse evaluation; subject to random drug tests for one year; must submit to  a benchmark drug test and weekly drug tests for six weeks; no drugs/alcohol; and $600 in fines/costs.  Driver’s license suspended for 365 days and restricted for 305 days.  Conviction is reportable to SOS.  A charge of driving while license suspended (DWLS) was dismissed.

-Alexis Leann Newman, 17, of 8959 W. Four Winds Ln., West Olive, pleaded guilty Mar. 9 to driving while license not valid and was sentenced to pay $225 in fines/costs.

Dismissals

-Bryan Joel Clark, 24, of 274 Wilson Rd., Custer Township, had a charge of operating without security (no vehicle insurance) dismissed on Mar. 10.  According to court records, “Defendant corrected the matter and the interest of justice has been served.”  

-Alejandro Rodriguez-Melchior, 46, of 202 W. Fourth St., Scottville, had charges of assault by strangulation, second-degree child abuse and domestic violence dismissed without prejudice on Mar. 10.  According to court records, “Defendant has signed a prosecutor’s deferment agreement.”

-Jason Michael Perrone, 33, of 580 W. Marrison Rd., Riverton Township, had a charge of domestic violence dismissed without prejudice on Mar. 10.  The case has been dismissed and bond has been canceled and shall be returned.

-Gina Lynn Arquette, 25, of 9284 State Hwy M35, Gladstone, Mich., had a charge of improper transportation of medical marijuana dismissed on the motion of the prosecutor with prejudice on Mar. 7.  Bond is canceled and shall be returned.

-Michael John Curry, 30, of 4059 Church St., Fountain, had a charge of operating without security (no vehicle insurance) dismissed on Mar. 9 without prejudice.  According to court records, “Defendant corrected the matter and the interest of justice has been served.”  

-Cara Antoniette Monton, 18, of 3374 S. Tuttle Rd., Eden Township, had a charge of domestic violence dismissed without prejudice on Mar. 3.  According to court records, the charges were dismissed, “Per the request of the complaining witness.”  

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