District Court

April 6, 2013

LUDINGTON – The following proceedings took place this week in 79th District Court.

 

– Ronnie Zuniga Jr., 29, 105 S. Wildwood Crossing, Apt. 16, Ludington, was found guilty on April 2 for retail fraud second degree. He was sentenced to 31 days in jail; 1 year discretionary jail for 2 years; must report to jail for 7 actual consecutive weekends; within 2 weeks must advise court of work schedule; must attend the economic crime program; $659 fines/costs. An additional charge of retail fraud second degree was dismissed.

– Chad Wesley Foster, 31, 4869 Ford Lake Rd., Fountain, was found guilty on March 28 for driving while license suspended/revoked/denied. Sentence: $285 fines/costs.

– David Michael Fenner, 48, 401 N. Rath Ave., Ludington, was found guilty on April 1 for allowing a person to drive in violation. He was sentenced to $335 in fines/costs.

– Sara Danielle Villalpando, 22, 665 Kahlil Dr., Apt. B2, Baldwin, was found guilty on April 1 for allowing a person to drive in violation. She was sentenced to $335 in fines/costs.

– Jaime Castillo, 24m 12696 Chief Rd., BearLake, was found guilty on April 2 for operating a vehicle while impaired by liquor. Sentence: 1 day in jail; 93 days discretionary jail for 2 years; must attend victims impact panel; must attend outpatient treatment; $1,145 fines/costs.

– Tyler Joel Griffin, 21, 103 First St., Ludington, was found guilty on April 2 for receiving and concealing stolen property. Sentence: 93 days discretionary jail for 2 years; must attend economic crime program; $600. Additional charges of domestic violence and receiving and concealing stolen property were dismissed.

– Tai Lynn Sniegowski, 30, 2828 Lena Dr., Lot 542, Ludington, was found guilty on April 2 for embezzlement. Sentence: 93 days discretionary jail for 1 year; within 90 days may perform 58 hours community service instead of paying fines/costs of $640; must attend economic crime program.

– Derrick Troy Hill, 30, 211 N. Crosswell, White Cloud, was found guilty on April 2 for retail fraud third degree. Sentence: 93 days discretionary jail for 1 year; must attend economic crime program; pay $757.47 fines/costs.

– Wade Benjamin Gleason, 26, 2315 N. 128th Ave., Hart, was found guilty on April 2 for retail fraud third degree. Sentence: 6 days jail; 93 days discretionary jail for 1 year; within 90 days of release from jail may perform 58 hours of community service instead of paying fines/costs of $580; must attend economic crime program; outpatient treatment.

– Derek John Brimmer, 32, 6276 Russell St., Ludington, was found guilty on April 2 for driving while license suspended/revoked. Sentence: 1 year discretionary jail for 1 year; within 90 days may perform 58 hours community service instead of paying fines/costs of $580.

– William Charles Jones, 33, 3757 N. Reed Rd., Fountain, was found guilty on April 2 for driving while license suspended/revoked/denied. Sentence: 37 days jail; 1 year discretionary jail for 2 years; $740 fines/costs.

– Christopher Mark Branning, 26, 1991 Crystal View Rd., Scottville, was found guilty on April 2 for operating a vehicle while intoxicated. Sentence: 2 days jail; 93 days discretionary jail for 1 year; must have a substance abuse evaluation; must attend impact weekend; outpatient treatment; $1,245 fines/costs. An additional charge of operating a vehicle with blood alcohol content of .17 or more was dismissed.

– Jimmy Wayne Walls, 47, 3747 N. Taylor Rd., Branch, was found guilty on April 2 for operating a vehicle while impaired by liquor. Sentence: 2 days jail; 93 days discretionary jail for 1 year; must attend victims impact panel; outpatient treatment; $1,145 fines/costs.

– Terry Joseph Wilson, 34, 307 Scott St., Scottville, was found guilty on April 2 for operating a vehicle while impaired by liquor. Sentence: 2 days jail; 93 days discretionary jail for 1 year; must attend victims impact panel; must attend alcohol highway safety education; $1,145 fines/costs.

 

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