2012-06-07 / Court News

82nd District Court

Judge Daniel L. Sutton recently arraigned the following in 82nd District Court:

Eddie W. Fraley, 39, Beaverton, waived preliminary examination and was bound over to Circuit Court where he pleaded guilty to arson of woods and prairies, setting fire without reasonable precaution and no burn permit. Richfield Township Police made the arrest. The date of offense was April 23. Bond was set at $2,000. Fraley will be sentenced in Circuit Court.

Michael C. Williams, 37, St. Helen, waived preliminary examination and was bound over to Circuit Court where he pleaded no contest to unlawfully driving away a motor vehicle. Richfield Township Police made the arrest. The date of offense was May 14. Bond was set at $100,000. Williams will be sentenced in Circuit Court.

Robert L. Stockton II, 28, Roscommon, was bound over to Circuit Court after a preliminary examination was held on charges of felonious assault and interfering with electronic communications. The Roscommon Sheriff’s Office made the arrest. The date of offense was May 19. Bond was set at $25,000.

Joel C. Payne, 38, Roscommon, waived preliminary examination and was bound over to Circuit Court on a charge of absconding with bond. The sheriff’s office made the arrest. The date of offense was Dec. 6, 2011. Bond was set at $100,000.

Gary E. Hawley, 36, West Branch, demanded preliminary examination within 14 days on a charge of possession of a controlled substance. The sheriff’s office made the arrest. The date of offense was April 23. Bond was set at $300.

William A. Jenkins Jr., 46, Houghton Lake, demanded preliminary examination within 14 days on a charge of perjury during court proceedings. The offense date was July 27, 2009. Bond was set for $100,000.

Nicholas T. Mainville, 19, Prudenville, demanded preliminary examination within 14 days on a charge of fourth degree fleeing and eluding. The sheriff’s office made the arrest. The date of offense was May 21. Bond was set at $500.

The following pleaded guilty to charges filed against them and were sentenced:

Lisa S. Auch, 53, Roscommon, impaired driving: $935 in fines, costs or restitution and the conviction was reported to the Secretary of State.

Barbara E. Benson, 46, Prudenville, impaired driving: $935 in fines, costs or restitution and the conviction was reported to the Secretary of State.

Scott P. Leahy, 34, Houghton Lake, driving while intoxicated: 120 days in jail with credit for 102 and the conviction was reported to the Secretary of State.

William H. Spearman II, 59, Houghton Lake, impaired driving: Five days in jail with credit for one day, $1,215 in fines, costs or restitution, 12 months probation and the conviction was reported to the Secretary of State.

Daniel W. Short, 23, Houghton Lake, driving without insurance: 20 days in jail and the conviction was reported to the Secretary of State. He was also sentenced to 20 days in jail and $125 in fines, costs or restitution for contributing to the delinquency of a minor.

John A. Krueger, 32, Saginaw, writing a nonsufficient-funds check between $50 and $100: 45 days in jail with credit for 45 days, $1,334.99 in fines, costs or restitution and two months probation.

Cameron D. Fisk, 23, Prudenville, domestic violence: $765 in fines, costs or restitution and 12 months probation.

Aaron J. Johnson, 22, Houghton Lake, domestic violence: $615 in fines, costs or restitution and 12 months probation.

Christopher E. Johnston, 24, Houghton Lake, attempted resisting and obstructing police: $545 in fines, costs or restitution.

Clyde F. Loper, 50, Hazel Park, possession of marijuana and impaired driving: 30 days in jail on each count, six months probation and 30 days license suspension.

Michelle F.R. Thomas, 19, Lansing, possession of marijuana and attempted resisting and obstructing police: $1,055 in fines, costs or restitution and 30 days license suspension.

Jason K. Bach, 26, Bay City, use of marijuana: $335 in fines, costs or restitution and 30 days license suspension.

David A. Masters, 44, Flint, use of marijuana: $335 in fines, costs or restitution and 30 days license suspension.

Judy L. Collett, 41, Frederic, third degree retail fraud: 30 days in jail with credit for one day, $475 in fines, costs or restitution and six months probation.

Marjorie L. Fisher, 34, Marion, third degree retail fraud: $475 in fines, costs or restitution and six months probation.

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