2011-05-12 / Court News

34th Circuit Court

Judge Michael J. Baumgartner presided in 34th Circuit Court, Roscommon, April 19:

Daniel J. Prough, 46, St. Helen, stood mute to two counts of domestic violence, third offense. A pretrial was scheduled.

Zachary W. Willis, 18, Roscommon, pleaded guilty to fourth degree criminal sexual conduct (amended from third degree) and will be sentenced later.

Roger K. Day, 42, Houghton Lake, charged with two counts of first degree criminal sexual conduct, was scheduled for a final pretrial.

Scott N. Labar, 43, Prudenville, charged with driving while intoxicated, third offense, and driving with a suspended license, second offense, is ready for final pretrial.

Ray Eggleton, 55, Houghton Lake, was sentenced on a charge of maintaining a drug house to 12 months probation, $500 in fines and costs and $198 in other court assessments.

Carrie Eggleton, 48, Houghton Lake, was sentenced on a charge of maintaining a drug house to 12 months probation, $500 in fines and costs and $198 in other court assessments.

Jason D. Shepard, 26, Houghton Lake, stood mute to charges of delivery of a controlled substance and driving with a suspended license. A pretrial was scheduled.

Patrick E. Reed, 53 Prudenville, pleaded guilty to attempted first degree criminal sexual conduct (amended from first degree CSC) and will be sentenced later.

Nathan W. Yenglin, 34, St. Helen, charged with embezzlement by an agent between $1,000 and $20,000, was scheduled for a jury trial in July.

Thomas W. Johnson IV, 28, St. Helen, pleaded no contest to three counts of second degree home invasion and will be sentenced later. Dismissed was a charge of malicious destruction of property between $1,000 and $20,000.

Timothy M. Shudark, 23, Prudenville, was sentenced on a charge of possession of less than 25 grams of a controlled substance to 11 months in jail (credit for 57 days), $500 in fines and costs, a $500 attorney fee and $198 in other court assessments. He was also placed on continued probation and a probation violation was dismissed. The probation stems from a conviction on a possession of a controlled substance charge.

Jeffery Emerton, 49, Fenton, failed to appear for a show cause hearing on a probation violation and a bench warrant was authorized.

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