2017-11-09 / Court News

34th Circuit Court

Judge Robert W. Bennett presid­ed in 34th Circuit Court, Roscom­mon, Oct. 24:

Lisacia L. Gonterman, 31, Roscommon, pleaded guilty to third degree home invasion (amended from first degree) and attempted resisting and obstructing police (amended from resisting and ob­structing police) and was scheduled to be sentenced Nov. 21.

Angela D. Taylor, 46, Flint, charged with forgery of bank bills/ promissory note, is ready for trial, which was scheduled for Feb. 8, 2018.

Erika L. Dippre, 24, Lansing, pleaded guilty to one count of pro­bation violation and was sentenced to 30 days in jail (credit for 21 days), 14 months probation and an extend­ed period of the Holmes Youthful Trainee Act (to Dec. 15, 2018). The probation stemmed from a convic­tion on charges of breaking and en­tering with intent and receiving and concealing firearms.

Amanda L. Davis, 31, Houghton Lake, was sentenced on a charge of possession or sale of a taser to nine months in jail (credit for three days), with the jail time to be held in abey­ance, 12 months probation and a to­tal of $348 in court assessments.

Scott A. Frazier, 36, Harrison, charged with three counts of fourth degree criminal sexual conduct, is ready for trial, which was scheduled for March 8, 2018.

Linda S. Schultz, 54, Prudenville, pleaded guilty to lying to a peace officer and was scheduled to be sen­tenced Nov. 21.

Madison B. Thomas, 23, Flush­ing, charged with filing a false report of a felony, resisting and obstruct­ing police and disorderly (drunk) person, is ready for trial, which was scheduled for March 8, 2018.

Zackery P. Kopulos, 23, St. Hel­en, charged with first degree home invasion and assault with a danger­ous weapon, is ready for trial, which was scheduled for March 8, 2018.

Justin T. Bernard, 29, Houghton Lake, was sentenced on a weapons charge (dangerous weapon – miscel­laneous) to nine months in jail (cred­it for six days), 18 months probation and a total of $798 in court assess­ments.

Brian S. Schomaker, 33, Bay City, was sentenced on a charge of impaired driving, third offense, to 12 months in jail (credit for seven days) and a total of $1,448 in court assess­ments.

Marcus J. Clayton, 36, Pruden­ville, was sentenced to 60 days in jail (credit for one day) and a total of $408 in court assessments. He had pleaded guilty to possession of a controlled substance (marijuana).

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