Inmate sentenced for invading home, fleeing police.

April 5, 2016
Valentine Segura

Valentine Segura

By Allison Scarbrough. Courts/Police Editor.

LUDINGTON — A 19-year-old Ludington man currently incarcerated in prison for Oceana County convictions of home invasion and fleeing police was sentenced in 51st Circuit Court Tuesday, April 5, to serve nine months in jail concurrently for convictions of larceny in a building and possession with intent to deliver marijuana.

Valentine Alejandro Segura, of 611 E. Dowland St., previously testified that he stole a large amount of marijuana from a garage and attempted to sell it.

Segura won’t be sent back to jail after he is paroled, because the sentence runs concurrently to the prison sentence he is currently serving. He received credit for 136 days served in jail.

One count of breaking and entering a building was dismissed in a plea agreement.

Segura was sentenced by Oceana County’s 27th Circuit Court Judge Anthony A. Monton last January to concurrent terms of 18 months to four years and 18 months to five years in prison.

The teen’s Oceana County convictions stem from a high-speed chase last September with the Pentwater Police Department that involved Segura jumping from his vehicle.

“My client is young and is aware of the mistakes he made,” his attorney, Karri Russell, said to Judge Susan K. Sniegowski.