2017-02-16 / Court News

82nd District Court

The following were recently ar­raigned in 82nd District Court:

Patrick B. Chamberlain, 17, Sagi­naw, demanded preliminary exami­nation within 21 days on a charge of aiding and abetting second degree home invasion. Denton Township Police made the arrest. The date of offense was Sept. 14 through 15, 2016. Bond was set at $250,000.

Eric J. Nikolitch, 43, Lake City, demanded preliminary examination within 21 days on charges of pos­session of marijuana and driving while intoxicated. Michigan State Police, Houghton Lake, made the ar­rest. The date of offense was Jan. 22. Bond was set at $5,000.

Bonnie J. Soltis, 17, Prudenville, demanded preliminary examina­tion within 21 days on a charge of possession with intent to deliver marijuana. The Roscommon County Sheriff’s Office made the arrest. The date of offense was Jan. 27. Bond was set at $300.

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

Sydnee D. Beatty, 24, Houghton Lake Heights, driving while intoxi­cated: 31 days in jail (credit for one day), with 30 days held in abeyance, $1,490 in fines, costs or restitution, six months probation and the con­viction was reported to the Secretary of State.

Courtney J. Hamel, 21, Pruden­ville, impaired driving: 31 days in jail (credit for one day), with 30 days held in abeyance, $1,390 in fines, costs or restitution, six months probation and the conviction was re­ported to the Secretary of State.

Lisa C. McLaughlin, 49, St. Helen, driving while intoxicated: 31 days in jail (credit for two days), with 29 days held in abeyance, $1,390 in fines, costs or restitution, six months probation and the conviction was re­ported to the Secretary of State.

Mary R. Pratt, 38, Prudenville, driving while intoxicated: $1,390 in fines, costs or restitution, six months probation and the conviction was re­ported to the Secretary of State.

Jonathon P. Silvers, 34, Houghton Lake, driving while intoxicated and malicious destruction of property between $200 and $1,000: 93 days in jail, to be served immediately, on the first charge and 365 days in jail (con­secutive) with 365 days to be served immediately, $714.48 in fines, costs or restitution and the conviction was reported to the Secretary of State.

Dean B. Little, 27, Gladwin, driv­ing with a suspended license, first of­fense: 10 days in jail (credit for two days), with eight days to be served immediately, $525 in fines, costs or restitution, and the conviction was reported to the Secretary of State. He is to pay $300 in fines and costs or serve an additional 15 days in jail.

Ethan R. Rosenberg, 26, South Boardman, possession of mari­juana: 10 days in jail, to be served immediately, $850 in fines, costs or restitution and 30 days license sus­pension. He received credit for any time served and the court had no ob­jection to work release or weekends.

Evan G. Traver, 25, Houghton Lake, possession of marijuana: $700 in fines, costs or restitution and 60 days license suspension. He is to pay $575 in fines and costs or serve 28 days in jail.

Nicolas A. Jordan, 21, Grand Rapids, domestic violence: 60 days in jail, to be served immediately, and $875 in fines, costs or restitution. He is to pay $600 in fines and costs or serve an additional 30 days in jail.

Kathleen R. Mikota, 71, Roscom­mon, failure to report a personal injury accident: $2,081.99 in fines, costs or restitution, six months pro­bation and the conviction was re­ported to the Secretary of State.

Michaeleen M. Bentz, 32, Roscommon, second degree retail fraud: 50 days in jail, to be served immediately, and $125 in fines, costs or restitution.

Kelly M. Stevens, 51, Houghton Lake, second degree retail fraud: 180 days in jail (credit for two days), with 30 days to be served immedi­ately and 148 days held in abeyance, and 12 months probation. The court had no objection to work release.

Carrie L. Miracle, 32, Roscom­mon, third degree retail fraud: 45 days in jail, with 10 days to be served immediately and 35 days held in abeyance, $1,135 in fines, costs or restitution and 12 months probation.

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