51st Circuit Court sentencings, posted Feb. 19, 2021.

February 19, 2021

51st Circuit Court sentencings, posted Feb. 19, 2021.

By Allison Scarbrough, Editor.

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

Chavez

– Jesus Marie Chavez, 21, of 605 S. Washington Ave., Ludington, was found guilty Oct. 16, 2020 of seduction and was sentenced Jan. 5, 2021 to 14 months to five years in prison with credit for 431 days served in jail and $198 in fines and costs. Charges of third-degree criminal sexual conduct (CSC) and accosting children for immoral purposes were dismissed. In a separate file, Chauvez was found guilty Oct. 16, 2020 of assaulting/resisting/obstructing police and was sentenced Jan. 5, 2021 to 14 months to two years in prison with credit for 431 days served in jail and $198 in fines and costs. In a third file, Chavez pleaded “no contest” Dec. 11, 2020 to attempted assault causing harm less than murder. Charges of assault with weapon and aggravated assault were dismissed.

Little

– Jeffrey Jacob-Alan Little, 28, of 7579 W. 6 Mile Rd., Irons, was found guilty Nov. 13, 2020 carrying a concealed weapon, methamphetamine use and trespassing and was sentenced Jan. 5, 2021 to one year in jail with credit for 155 days served; two years probation; and $758 in fines and costs. A .22 caliber pistol and ammunition if forfeited to the State of Michigan.

Herring

– Carl Lee Herring, 30, of 5157 W. 52nd St., Baldwin, was found guilty Oct. 16, 2020 of methamphetamine possession and was sentenced Jan. 5, 2021 to one year in jail and $198 in fines and costs. In a separate file, Herring was found guilty Oct. 16, 2020 of assaulting/resisting/obstructing police and fourth-offense habitual offender and was sentenced to one year in jail and $198 in fines and costs. The sentences run concurrently in the two files and consecutively with a parole term, his court file states. Charges of tampering with an electronic monitoring device (tether) and fourth-offense habitual offender were dismissed.

Daugherty

– Sean Russell Daugherty, 36, of 208 E. Filer St., Ludington, was found guilty Jan. 26, 2021 of controlled substance delivery and third-offense habitual offender and was sentenced to two to 14 years in prison with credit for 87 days served and $258 in fines and costs. Charges of delivery/manufacture of methamphetamine, controlled substance delivery and possession of a controlled substance were dismissed. In a separate file, Daugherty was found guilty Jan. 26, 2021 of third-offense assaulting/resisting/obstructing police and was sentenced to 16 months to two years in prison with credit for 87 days served in jail and $198 in fines and costs. The sentences run concurrently. Charges of fourth-degree fleeing a police officer and second-offense driving while license suspended were dismissed.

Walicki

– Andrew Thomas Walicki, 31, of 179 N. Bonnie, Pere Marquette Township, pleaded “no contest” Nov. 24, 2020 to assaulting/resisting/obstructing police and attempted first-degree home invasion and was sentenced Jan. 26, 2021 to one year in jail with credit for 84 days served; 18 months probation; and $726 in fines and costs. One count of first-degree home invasion was dismissed.

Dykman

– Steven Luke Dykman, 25, of 7021 Weaver Rd., Branch Township, was found guilty Dec. 8, 2020 of attempted assault causing harm less than murder and was sentenced Jan. 26, 2021 to serve four months on electronic monitoring of a one-year discretionary jail term with credit for two days served; one year probation; no contact with the victim; and $658 in fines and costs. Charges of assault causing harm less than murder and domestic violence were dismissed.

Mitchell

– Brandon James Mitchell, 29, of 511 N. James St., Ludington, was found guilty Nov. 11, 2020 of carrying a concealed weapon and was sentenced Jan. 26, 2021 to serve 60 days of a one-year discretionary jail term with credit for 80 days served; 18 months probation; and $658 in fines and costs. A fixed blade knife with chain attached is forfeited to the State of Michigan.

Wieand

– Jordan Thomas Wieand, 31, of 3846 Maple Dr., Wellston, was found guilty Nov. 24, 2020 of methamphetamine use and was sentenced Jan. 26, 2021 to serve 98 days up front of a one-year discretionary jail term with credit for 98 days served and $125 in fines and costs. One count of methamphetamine possession was dismissed. In a separate file, Wieand was found guilty of methamphetamine possession Nov. 24, 2020 and was sentenced Jan. 26, 2021 to serve 97 days up front of a one-year discretionary jail term with credit for 97 days served; 18 months probation; and $658 in fines and costs. Both terms run concurrently.

Mareches

– Austin Grant Mareches, 27, of 716 E. Ludington Ave., Ludington, was found guilty Dec. 15, 2020 of interfering with electronic communications and domestic violence and was sentenced Feb. 2, 2021 to serve 19 days up front of a one-year discretionary jail term with credit for 19 days served; 19 days of a 93-day discretionary jail term with credit for 93 days served; two years probation; and $858 in fines and costs. Both terms run concurrently. One count of second-offense domestic violence was dismissed.

Weaver

– Daniel Lee Weaver, 34, of 1414 N. US 31, Custer Township, was found guilty Dec. 8, 2020 of failure to pay child support and was sentenced Feb. 2, 2021 to serve one day up front of a one-year discretionary jail term with credit for one day served; arrearage of $19,193.34 to be paid at $50 per month in addition to current child support order; three years probation; and $658 in fines and costs.

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