2017-03-16 / Court News

82nd District Court

The following were arraigned in 82nd District Court or were sentenced after pleading guilty to charges filed against them:

Kevin W. Edwards Jr., 28, Whitte­more, demanded preliminary examina­tion within 21 days on a charge of pos­session of marijuana. The Roscommon County Sheriff’s Office made the arrest. The date of offense was Feb. 20. Bond was set at $5,000.

Lester M. Mossner, 71, Roscommon, 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.

Mary B. Cross, 56, Grayling, driving while intoxicated: 92 days in jail (credit for one day), with 30 days to be served immediately and 61 days held in abey­ance, $1,210 in fines, costs or restitution, 24 months probation and the conviction was reported to the Secretary of State.

James E. Smyk, 65, Houghton Lake, driving with a suspended or revoked li­cense, first offense: $655 in fines, costs or restitution, six months probation and the conviction was reported to the Sec­retary of State.

Gregory G. Ebel II, 29, Gladwin, use of marijuana: $625 in fines, costs or res­titution and 30 days license suspension.

James D. DeLong, 59, Houghton Lake, aggravated assault: 180 days in jail (credit for 79 days), with 101 days held in abeyance, $1,135 in fines, costs or restitution and 12 months probation.

Guthrie S. Terry, 46, Roscommon, domestic violence: 93 days in jail (credit for two days), with 91 days held in abey­ance, $1,085 in fines, costs or restitution and 12 months probation.

James E. Herron, 44, Roscommon, malicious destruction of a building less than $200: 15 days in jail, to be served immediately, and $1,162 in fines, costs or restitution.

Soloman F. Reynolds, 35, Harrison, second degree retail fraud: 365 days in jail (credit for two days), with 30 days to be served immediately and 333 days held in abeyance, $2,376.69 in fines, costs or restitution and 12 months proba­tion. The court had no objection to work release.

Todd J. Friday, 41, St. Helen, break­ing and entering illegally without own­er’s permission: $605 in fines, costs or restitution and six months probation.

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