Ludington man sentenced to jail for home invasion.

October 31, 2017

Marcus Zamora

Ludington man sentenced to jail for home invasion.


By Allison Scarbrough. Editor.

LUDINGTON — A 22-year-old Ludington man was sentenced to serve four months up front of a one-year discretionary jail term, followed by three months on a tether, in 51st Circuit Court Tuesday, Oct. 31, for a felony conviction of second-degree home invasion.

Marcus Moses Zamora, of 507 N. Harrison St., pleaded guilty to the charge last month.

Judge Susan K. Sniegowski ordered that Zamora serve a concurrent term of 93 days in jail for a domestic violence conviction. He received credit for two days served in jail.

Zamora initially faced charges of first-degree home invasion, second-offense marijuana possession and assault and battery. Those charges were dismissed in a plea deal.

Zamora testified that he pushed his ex-girlfriend out of the way when he barged into her home. “He entered her residence and assaulted her new boyfriend,” said Mason County Prosecutor Paul Spaniola.

“My client admits that what he did was wrong,” said Zamora’s attorney David Glancy. “He overacted to the situation.”

Zamora, who has no prior criminal convictions, was also ordered to serve two years probation.

Sentencing guidelines in the case are zero to 17 months.

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