2011-09-29 / Court News

34th Circuit Court

Judge Michael Baumgartner presided in 34th Circuit Court, Roscommon, Sept. 15:

Christopher J. Buck, 18, Houghton Lake, pleaded guilty to a probation violation and was sentenced to time served. He is to continue his delay of sentence on a charge of fourth degree criminal sexual conduct.

Danielle M. Galloup, 22, Eastpointe, pleaded guilty to probation violation and his 7411 (no conviction) status was revoked. His probation was extended to July, 2012, and his 60-day jail term in Roscommon County will be held in abeyance pending successful completing of his sentence in Macomb County where he was placed on electronic tether for 60 days.

Michael P. Loniecki, 28, Roscommon, was discharged from probation without improvement with credit for time served on a larceny charge. He must set up a payment plan.

Jimmy L. Gruber, 50, St. Helen, was sentenced to four months in jail with credit for three days, $200 in fines, a $100 cost of prosecution fee and $198 in other court assessments on a charge of driving while intoxicated, second offense, and to four months in jail (concurrent) with credit for three days, $300 in fines and costs and $53 in other court assessments on a charge of possession of marijuana.

Andi Jo Lazzaro, 28, Prudenville, was sentenced to nine months in jail with credit for 35 days held in abeyance pending successful completion of treatment program, 24 months probation, $200 in fines and costs, a $100 attorney fee and $198 in other court assessments. She had pleaded guilty to maintaining a drug house. A probation violation in another drugrelated case was dismissed.

Jason W. Fischer, 35, Roscommon County Jail, was denied a request for reduction of bond on two cases, one involving several weapons charges and one involving witness intimidation charges.

Andrew R. Haenftling, 25, Roscommon, charged with delivery of less than 50 grams of a controlled substance, is ready for trial, which was set for Dec. 8.

Lawsuits filed

No. 9353, David Stockman, St. Helen, and David Stockman, doing business as DJ’s Family Restaurant and Lures Family Restaurant, vs. Auto Owners Insurance Company, breach of contracts and declaratory relief; No. 9354, Leeann Mosher vs. Secretary of State, petition for restricted driver’s license; and No 9358, Terry L. Peacock, Las Vegas, NV, successor trustee of the Harry E. Hale trust, dated Oct. 5, 1994, vs. Leonard Dangremond, Southfield, complaint to quiet title.

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