79th District Court sentencings as of April 2

April 4, 2014
The Hon. Pete Wadel, 79th District Court judge.

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

By Allison Scarbrough. Contributing Editor.

LUDINGTON – The following were sentenced this past week in 79th District Court:

–          Kendall Jay Walworth, 23, of 1719 N. Lincoln Rd., Ludington, was found guilty April 1 of operating while impaired by liquor. He was sentenced to one day in jail with credit for one day served; Alcohol Highway Safety Education (AHSE); $1,145 in fines and costs; 93 days discretionary jail for one year; and must attend next session of Victims Impact Panel. Conviction reportable to the Secretary of State (SOS).

–          William Giles Pennington, 40, of 7 W. Concord Ext., Athens, W. Va., was found guilty April 1 of operating while intoxicated by liquor. He was sentenced to one day in jail with credit for one day served; $1,145 in fines and costs; AHSE; 93 days discretionary jail for one year; and must attend next session of Victims Impact Panel. Conviction reportable to the SOS.

–          Joshua David Spore, 28, of 4292 N. Stiles Rd., Scottville, was found guilty April 1 of operating while intoxicated by liquor. He was sentenced to two days in jail with credit for two days served; $1,145 in fines and costs; AHSE; 93 days discretionary jail for two years; must attend next session of Victims Impact Panel; and subject to random preliminary breath tests (PBTs). Conviction reportable to the SOS.

–          Cameron Douglas Rand, 26, of 306 N. Harrison St., Ludington, was found guilty March 31 of driving while license suspended (DWLS) and sentenced to $175 in fines and costs and 90 days discretionary jail for one year. Conviction reportable to the SOS.

–          Thomas Leroy Rees, 25, of 5988 6th St., Ludington, was found guilty March 31 of DWLS and sentenced to $275 in fines and costs and 30 days discretionary jail for one year. Conviction reportable to the SOS.

Dismissal

–          David K. Ward, 60, of 604 Lowell St., Ludington, one count of domestic violence was dismissed March 28. “Defendant has entered into a Prosecutor’s Deferment Agreement,” court records state.

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