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1 2011 YTD Disposition of Cases 05/27/2011 State of Iowa v. Landgrebe, Larry Mr. Landgrebe either pled or was found guilty of Burglary 2 nd however; judgment was deferred. He was ordered to pay a civil penalty in the amount of $1,000 however; $500 was suspended. He was required to pay the costs of the action, and reimburse the State for any court appointed legal fees. The Defendant is required to complete 100 hours of unpaid community service. The defendant was placed on probation for a period of two (2) years, and was ordered to pay a supervision fee associated with probation. In addition, the defendant was ordered to pay restitution to the victim and complete a substance abuse evaluation. A Theft 2 nd charge was dismissed. This case was prosecuted by Ed Bull of the Marion County Attorney s Office with the assistance of the Marion County Sheriff s Department. 05/24/2011 State of Iowa v. Leppert, Mark Mr. Leppert either pled or was found guilty of OWI 1 st ; however judgment was deferred. He was ordered to pay a civil penalty in the amount of $1250; however $625 will be suspended. The defendant was required to pay the costs of the action, and reimburse the State for any court appointed legal fees. The defendant was placed on probation for a period of one year, and was ordered to pay a supervision fee associated with probation. The defendant was ordered to attend and complete a drinking and driving school approved by the Iowa Department of Public Safety within one hundred and twenty days, and complete a substance abuse evaluation. This case was prosecuted by Nicole Olson of the Marion County Attorney s Office with the assistance of the Iowa State Patrol. State of Iowa v. Rees, Kevin Mr. Reese either pled or was found guilty of Criminal Mischief 3 rd. He was ordered to pay a fine in the amount of $625 plus a 35% surcharge. He was required to pay the costs of the action, and reimburse the State for any court appointed legal fees. The defendant was sentenced to prison term serve of two (2) years in the Marion County Jail; all were suspended and the defendant was placed on probation. The defendant was placed on probation for a period of two (2) years, and was ordered to pay a supervision fee associated with probation. In addition, the defendant was ordered to pay restitution to the victim and complete a substance abuse evaluation. This case was prosecuted by Melissa Clarke of the Marion County Attorney s Office with the assistance of the Knoxville Police Department. State of Iowa v. Rees, Kevin Mr. Rees either pled or was found guilty of Assault with Injury. He was ordered to pay a fine in the amount of $315 plus a 35% surcharge. He was required to pay the costs of the action, and reimburse the State for any court appointed legal fees. The defendant was sentenced to prison term serve of one (1) year in the Marion County Jail; all were suspended and the defendant was placed on probation. The defendant was placed on probation for a period of one year, and was ordered to pay a supervision fee associated with probation. In addition, the defendant was ordered to pay restitution to the victim. This case was prosecuted by Melissa Clarke of the Marion County Attorney s Office with the assistance of the Knoxville Police Department.

2 05/20/2011 State of Iowa v. Montalvo, Joe Mr. Montalvo either pled or was found guilty of OWI 1 st. He was ordered to pay a fine in the amount of $1250, plus a 35% surcharge, to pay the costs of the action, and reimburse the State for any court appointed legal fees. The defendant was sentenced to jail for thirty (30) days with all but two (2) days suspended. The defendant was placed on probation for a period of one year, and was ordered to pay a supervision fee associated with probation. The defendant was ordered to attend and complete a drinking and driving school approved by the Iowa Department of Public Safety within one hundred and twenty days, and complete a substance abuse evaluation. This case was prosecuted by Nicole Olson of the Marion County Attorney s Office with the assistance of the Marion County Sheriff s Department. State of Iowa v. Slagter, Stephen Mr. Slagter either pled or was found guilty of Possession of Marijuana; however judgment was deferred. He was ordered to pay a civil penalty in the amount of $ The defendant was required to pay the costs of the action, and reimburse the state for any Court appointed legal fees. The defendant was placed on probation for a period of one year, and ordered to pay supervision fees associated with probation. He is required to have a substance abuse evaluation. A traffic citation was dismissed. This case was prosecuted by Nicole Olson of the Marion County Attorney s office with the assistance of the Knoxville Police Department. State of Iowa v. Visser, Stephen Mr. Visser either pled or was found guilty of OWI 3 rd. The defendant was committed to the custody of the Director of Adult Corrections, State of Iowa, for a term not to exceed five (5) years, running concurrent with a felony charge out of Mahaska County. He was ordered to pay a fine in the amount of $3150, plus a 35% surcharge. The defendant was required to pay the costs of the action, and reimburse the State for any court appointed legal fees. The defendant was ordered to attend and complete a drinking and driving school approved by the Iowa Department of Public Safety within one hundred and twenty days, and complete a substance abuse evaluation. In addition, Mr. Visser s driver s license was also suspended for six (6) years. Three traffic citations were dismissed. This case was prosecuted by Nicole Olson of the Marion County Attorney s Office with the assistance of the Pella Police Department. 05/17/2011 State of Iowa v. Cook, Kyle Mr. Cook either pled or was found guilty of OWI 1 st ; however judgment was deferred. He was ordered to pay a civil penalty in the amount of $1250; however $625 will be suspended should the defendant produce a valid driver s license by August 15. The defendant was required to pay the costs of the action, and reimburse the State for any court appointed legal fees. The defendant was placed on probation for a period of one year, and was ordered to pay a supervision fee associated with probation. The defendant was ordered to attend and complete a drinking and driving school approved by the Iowa Department of Public Safety within one hundred and twenty days, and complete a substance abuse evaluation. This case was prosecuted by Nicole Olson of the Marion County Attorney s Office with the assistance of the Knoxville Police Department. 05/10/2011

3 State of Iowa v. Gallegos, Roberto Mr. Gallegos either pled or was found guilty of OWI 1 st. He was ordered to pay a fine in the amount of $1250, plus a 35% surcharge, to pay the costs of the action, and reimburse the State for any court appointed legal fees. The defendant was sentenced to jail for one (1) year with all but twenty (20) days suspended. The defendant was placed on probation for a period of one year, and was ordered to pay a supervision fee associated with probation. The defendant was ordered to attend and complete a drinking and driving school approved by the Iowa Department of Public Safety within one hundred and twenty days, and complete a substance abuse evaluation. This case was prosecuted by Nicole Olson of the Marion County Attorney s Office with the assistance of the Pella Police Department. State of Iowa v. Godlove, Jerry Mr. Godlove either pled or was found guilty of OWI 2 nd. He was ordered to pay a fine in the amount of $1875; plus a 35% surcharge, to pay the costs of the action, and reimburse the State for any court appointed legal fees. The defendant was ordered committed to the Custody of the Director of Adult Corrections, State of Iowa for a term not to exceed two (2) years however; all but seven (7) days was suspended and may be served at the Marion County Jail on weekends, beginning May 20, The defendant was placed on probation for a period of two (2) years, and was ordered to pay a supervision fee associated with probation. The defendant was ordered to attend and complete a drinking and driving school approved by the Iowa Department of Public Safety within one hundred and twenty days, and complete a substance abuse evaluation. In addition, the defendant s driver s license was suspended for one (1) year. This case was prosecuted by Nicole Olson of the Marion County Attorney s Office with the assistance of the Iowa State Patrol. State of Iowa v. Ambers, Michael Mr. Ambers either pled of was found guilty of Driving While Revoked. He was ordered to pay a fine in the amount of $1, plus 35% surcharge. He was required to pay the costs of the action and court appointed attorney fees. This case was prosecuted by Melissa Clarke of the Marion County Attorney s Office with the assistance of the Knoxville Police Department State of Iowa v. Huizenga, Cody Mr. Huizenga either pled or was found guilty of Public Intoxication however; judgment was deferred. He was ordered to pay a civil penalty in the amount of $315.00, and was required to pay the costs of this action. The defendant was ordered to complete a substance abuse evaluation. This case was prosecuted by Melissa Clarke of the Marion County Attorney s Office with the assistance of the Pella Police Department. 05/6/2011 State of Iowa v. Acosta, Aaron Mr. Acosta either pled or was found guilty of OWI 1 st. He was ordered to pay a fine in the amount of $1250 however; he was ordered to complete one hundred and sixty seven (167) hours of community service in nine (9) months in lieu of the $ fine. The defendant was required to pay the costs of the action, and reimburse the State for any court appointed legal fees. The defendant was sentenced to jail for thirty (30) days with all but two (2) days suspended. He was also placed on probation for a period of one year, and was ordered to pay a supervision fee associated with probation. The defendant was ordered to attend and complete a drinking and driving school approved

4 by the Iowa Department of Public Safety within one hundred and twenty days, and complete a substance abuse evaluation. This case was prosecuted by Nicole Olson of the Marion County Attorney s Office with the assistance of the Pella Police Department. State of Iowa v. Davis, Shannon Mr. Davis either pled or was found guilty of Possession of Controlled Substance with out Prescription. He was ordered to pay a fine in the amount of $625.00, plus a 35% surcharge. The defendant was required to pay the costs of the action, and reimburse the state for any Court appointed legal fees. The defendant was placed on probation for a period of two (2) years, and ordered to pay supervision fees associated with probation. Mr. Davis is also required to have a substance abuse evaluation. In addition, the defendant s driver s license was also suspended for one hundred and eighty (180) days. This case was prosecuted by Nicole Olson of the Marion County Attorney s office with the assistance of the Knoxville Police Department. State of Iowa v. Davis, Shannon Mr. Davis either pled or was found guilty of Unlawful Possession of Prescription Drug. He was ordered to pay a fine in the amount of $315.00, plus a 35% surcharge. The defendant was required to pay the costs of the action, and reimburse the state for any Court appointed legal fees. The defendant was placed on probation for a period of one (1) year, and ordered to pay supervision fees associated with probation. Mr. Davis is also required to have a substance abuse evaluation. In addition, the defendant s driver s license was also suspended for one hundred and eighty (180) days. The defendant was ordered committed to the Custody of the Director of Adult Corrections, State of Iowa for a term not to exceed one (1) year however; all but two (2) days was suspended and may be served at the Marion County Jail. This case was prosecuted by Nicole Olson of the Marion County Attorney s office with the assistance of the Knoxville Police Department. State of Iowa v. Blanchard, Derek Mr. Blanchard either pled of was found guilty of Driving While Revoked. He was ordered to pay a fine in the amount of $1, plus 35% surcharge. He was required to pay the costs of the action and court appointed attorney fees. The defendant was sentenced to a jail term of five (5) days in the Marion County Jail. This case was prosecuted by Melissa Clarke of the Marion County Attorney s Office with the assistance of the Pella Police Department State of Iowa v. Groenendyk, Crystal Ms. Groenendyk either pled or was found guilty of OWI 3 rd. The defendant was committed to the custody of the Director of Adult Corrections, State of Iowa, for a term not to exceed five (5) years however; all but sixty (60) days were suspended, and she was placed on probation for a period of five (5) years. She was ordered to pay a fine in the amount of $3150, plus a 35% surcharge. The defendant was required to pay the costs of the action, and reimburse the State for any court appointed legal fees. The defendant was ordered to attend and complete a drinking and driving school approved by the Iowa Department of Public Safety within one hundred and twenty days, and complete a substance abuse evaluation. In addition, Ms. Groenendyk s driver s license was also suspended for six (6) years. Three traffic citations were dismissed. This case was prosecuted by Melissa Clarke of the Marion County Attorney s Office with the assistance of the Knoxville Police Department. State of Iowa v. Nilles, Chad Mr. Nilles either pled or was found guilty of OWI 1 st ; however judgment was deferred. He was ordered to pay a civil penalty in the amount of $1250; however $625 will be

5 suspended should the defendant produce a valid driver s license by August 5, The defendant was required to pay the costs of the action, and reimburse the State for any court appointed legal fees. The defendant was placed on probation for a period of one (1)year, and was ordered to pay a supervision fee associated with probation. The defendant was ordered to attend and complete a drinking and driving school approved by the Iowa Department of Public Safety within one hundred and twenty days, and complete a substance abuse evaluation. This case was prosecuted by Nicole Olson of the Marion County Attorney s Office with the assistance of the Iowa State Patrol. 05/3/2011 State of Iowa v. Pherigo, Teresa Ms. Pherigo either pled or was found guilty of Domestic Abuse Assault; however judgment was deferred. She was ordered to pay a civil penalty in the amount of $315, was placed on probation for a period of one (1) year and ordered to pay supervision fees associated with probation. She was required to pay the costs of the action, and reimburse the State for any court appointed legal fees. The defendant was ordered to complete a substance abuse evaluation, and batterer s education program. The No-contact order was also terminated at the request of the victim. This case was prosecuted by Nicole Olson of the Marion County Attorney s Office with the assistance of the Pella Police Department. 04/26/2011 State of Iowa v. Blanchard, Derek Mr. Blanchard either pled or was found guilty of Possession of Marijuana. He was ordered to pay a fine in the amount of $315.00, plus a 35% surcharge. The defendant was required to pay the costs of the action, and reimburse the State for any court appointed legal fees. The defendant was sentenced to serve a term of five (5) days in the Marion County Jail. In addition, the defendant was ordered to complete a substance abuse evaluation and his driver s license was suspended for one hundred and eighty (180) days. This case was prosecuted by Nicole Olson of the Marion County Attorney s Office with the assistance of the Pella Police Department. State of Iowa v. Redfearn, David Mr. Redfearn either pled of was found guilty of Driving While Revoked. He was ordered to pay a fine in the amount of $1, plus 35% surcharge. He was required to pay the costs of the action and court appointed attorney fees. This case was prosecuted by Melissa Clarke of the Marion County Attorney s Office with the assistance of the Pella Police Department State of Iowa v. Jordan, Christopher Mr. Jordan either pled of was found guilty of Driving While Revoked. He was ordered to pay a fine in the amount of $1, plus 35% surcharge. He was required to pay the costs of the action and court appointed attorney fees. The defendant was sentenced to serve a term of seven (7) days in the Marion or Wapello County Jail. This case was prosecuted by Melissa Clarke of the Marion County Attorney s Office with the assistance of the Pella Police Department State of Iowa v. Ives, Kevin In the furtherance of justice, prosecution of this cause was terminated.

6 04/25/2011 State of Iowa v. Wimmer, Brett Mr. Wimmer either pled or was found guilty of Assault with injury; however judgment was deferred. He was ordered to pay a civil penalty in the amount of $ The defendant was required to pay the costs of the action, and reimburse the State for any court appointed legal fees. The defendant was placed on probation for a period of one year, and was ordered to pay a supervision fee associated with probation. The defendant was ordered to pay restitution to the victim in this matter. This case was prosecuted by Nicole Olson of the Marion County Attorney s Office with the assistance of the Marion County Sheriff s Office. 04/25/2011 State of Iowa v. Sanger, Mark Mr. Sanger either pled or was found guilty of Public Intoxication. He was ordered to pay a fine in the amount of $ plus 35% surcharge, and was required to pay the costs of this action. Count one, was dismissed in the furtherance of justice. This case was prosecuted by Ed Bull of the Marion County Attorney s Office with the assistance of the Pella Police Department. 04/22/2011 State of Iowa v. VanHeukelom, Joshua Mr. VanHeukelom either pled of was found guilty of Driving While Revoked. He was ordered to pay a fine in the amount of $1, plus 35% surcharge. He was required to pay the costs of the action and court appointed attorney fees. This case was prosecuted by Melissa Clarke of the Marion County Attorney s Office with the assistance of the Pella Police Department 04/20/2011 State of Iowa v. Stagg, Lisa Ms. Stagg either pled or was found guilty of trespass. She was ordered to pay a fine in the amount of $ plus 35% surcharge, and was required to pay the costs of this action. This case was prosecuted by Melissa Clarke of the Marion County Attorney s Office with the assistance of the Marion County Sheriff s Department. 04/19/2011 State of Iowa v. Feagins, Shelby Ms. Feagans either pled or was found guilty of OWI 1 st ; however judgment was deferred. She was ordered to pay a civil penalty in the amount of $1250, was required to pay the costs of the action, and reimburse the State for any court appointed legal fees. The defendant was placed on probation for a period of one year, and was ordered to pay a supervision fee associated with probation. The defendant was ordered to attend and complete a drinking and driving school approved by the Iowa Department of Public Safety within one hundred and twenty days, and complete a substance abuse evaluation. This case was prosecuted by Nicole Olson of the Marion County Attorney s Office with the assistance of the Knoxville Police Department. State of Iowa v. Villalobos, Gina Ms. Villalobos either pled or was found guilty of Domestic Abuse Assault; however judgment was deferred. She was ordered to pay a civil penalty in the amount of $625,

7 was placed on probation for a period of two years and ordered to pay supervision fees associated with probation. She was required to pay the costs of the action, and reimburse the State for any court appointed legal fees. The defendant was ordered to complete a substance abuse evaluation, and batterer s education program. The No-contact order was also terminated at the request of the victim. This case was prosecuted by Nicole Olson of the Marion County Attorney s Office with the assistance of the Pella Police Department. State of Iowa v. MacDonald, Christopher Mr. MacDonald either pled of was found guilty of Supplying Alcohol to Minors. He was ordered to pay a fine in the amount of $ plus 35% surcharge, was required to pay the costs of the action and court appointed attorney fees. This case was prosecuted by Melissa Clarke of the Marion County Attorney s Office with the assistance of the Iowa State Patrol. 04/15/2011 State of Iowa v. Horn, Jason- Mr. Horn either pled or was found guilty of Possession with Intent to Deliver. He was ordered into the custody of the Director of the Iowa Department of Corrections for an indeterminate term not to exceed ten (10) years. The Defendant shall not be eligible for parole until he has served a minimum period of confinement of one-third of the maximum period of confinement. The Iowa Medical and Classification Center in Oakdale, Iowa is designated as the reception center. The defendant was also ordered to pay a fine in the amount of $1,000, plus surcharges and court costs however; the fine was suspended due to incarceration. The defendant was ordered to pay a $10.00 DARE surcharge, $125 law enforcement initiative surcharge, court costs and attorney s fees. In addition, the defendant s driver s license is revoked for one hundred and eighty days and he was ordered to provide a DNA sample. This case was prosecuted by Ed Bull of the Marion County Attorney s Office with the assistance of the Marion County Sheriff s Department. State of Iowa v. Punteney, Donna Ms. Punteney either pled or was found guilty of Theft 3 rd. She was ordered to pay a fine in the amount of $625 plus a 35% surcharge. She was required to pay the costs of the action, and reimburse the State for any court appointed legal fees. The defendant was sentenced to prison term serve of two (2) years in the Marion County Jail; all were suspended and the defendant was placed on probation. The defendant was placed on probation for a period of one year, and was ordered to pay a supervision fee associated with probation. In addition, the defendant was ordered to pay restitution to the victim. This case was prosecuted by Melissa Clarke of the Marion County Attorney s Office with the assistance of the Knoxville Police Department. State of Iowa v. Hedum, Gregory Mr. Hedum either pled of was found guilty of Driving While Revoked. He was ordered to pay a fine in the amount of $1, plus 35% surcharge. He was required to pay the costs of the action and court appointed attorney fees. This case was prosecuted by Melissa Clarke of the Marion County Attorney s Office with the assistance of the Knoxville Police Department State of Iowa v. Lappin, Kyle Mr. Lappin either pled of was found guilty of Driving While Barred. He was ordered to pay a fine in the amount of $ plus 35% surcharge. He was required to pay the costs of the action and court appointed attorney fees. The defendant was ordered to serve a jail term of twenty (20) days in the Marion County Jail commencing on April 29, This case was prosecuted by

8 Melissa Clarke of the Marion County Attorney s Office with the assistance of the Knoxville Police Department 04/12/2011 State of Iowa v. Crozier, Steven- Mr. Crozier either pled or was found guilty of Felon in Possession of a Firearm. He was ordered into the custody of the Director of the Iowa Department of Corrections for an indeterminate term not to exceed five (5) years however; all was suspended and was placed on probation for two years. The defendant was also ordered to pay a fine in the amount of $750.00, plus a 35% surcharges, court costs and attorney s fees. This case was prosecuted by Melissa Clarke of the Marion County Attorney s Office with the assistance of the Iowa Department of Natural Resources. 04/08/2011 State of Iowa v. Eisenmann, Corey Mr. Eisenmann either pled or was found guilty of OWI 1 st ; however judgment was deferred. He was ordered to pay a civil penalty in the amount of $1250; however $625 will be suspended if the defendant produces a valid driver s license by July 8, The defendant was required to pay the costs of the action, and reimburse the State for any court appointed legal fees. The defendant was placed on probation for a period of one year, and was ordered to pay a supervision fee associated with probation. The defendant was ordered to attend and complete a drinking and driving school approved by the Iowa Department of Public Safety within one hundred and twenty days, and complete a substance abuse evaluation. This case was prosecuted by Nicole Olson of the Marion County Attorney s Office with the assistance of the Pella Police Department. State of Iowa v. Bennett, Sr., James Mr. Bennett either pled or was found guilty of OWI 1 st ; however judgment was deferred. He was ordered to pay a civil penalty in the amount of $1250; however $625 will be suspended if the defendant produces a valid driver s license by June 10, The defendant was required to pay the costs of the action, and reimburse the State for any court appointed legal fees. The defendant was placed on probation for a period of one year, and was ordered to pay a supervision fee associated with probation. The defendant was ordered to attend and complete a drinking and driving school approved by the Iowa Department of Public Safety within one hundred and twenty days, and complete a substance abuse evaluation. This case was prosecuted by Nicole Olson of the Marion County Attorney s Office with the assistance of the Iowa State Patrol. State of Iowa v. Ellis, Jacqueline Ms Ellis either pled or was found guilty of OWI 1 st. She was ordered to pay a fine penalty in the amount of $1250; however $625 will be suspended if the defendant produces a valid driver s license by July 8, The defendant was required to pay the costs of the action, and reimburse the State for any court appointed legal fees. The defendant was placed on probation for a period of one year, and was ordered to pay a supervision fee associated with probation. The defendant was ordered to attend and complete a drinking and driving school approved by the Iowa Department of Public Safety within one hundred and twenty days, and complete a substance abuse evaluation. The defendant was ordered to serve a jail term of thirty (30) days in the Marion County Jail however; all but two days were suspended. In addition, the defendant may be given credit for two (2)

9 days upon completion of the DMACC OWI weekend program. This case was prosecuted by Nicole Olson of the Marion County Attorney s Office with the assistance of the Iowa State Patrol. State of Iowa v. Roland, Stephen Mr. Roland either pled or was found guilty of Possession of Marijuana; however judgment was deferred. He was ordered to pay a civil penalty in the amount of $ The defendant was required to pay the costs of the action, and reimburse the state for any Court appointed legal fees. The defendant was placed on probation for a period of one year, and ordered to pay supervision fees associated with probation. He is required to have a substance abuse evaluation, complete extended outpatient treatment and provide urine samples. This case was prosecuted by Nicole Olson of the Marion County Attorney s office with the assistance of the Knoxville Police Department. 04/5/2011 State of Iowa v. Beaver, Daniel Mr. Beaver either pled or was found guilty of OWI 1 st ; however judgment was deferred. He was ordered to pay a civil penalty in the amount of $1250; however $625 will be suspended if the defendant produces a valid driver s license by July 8, The defendant was required to pay the costs of the action, and reimburse the State for any court appointed legal fees. The defendant was placed on probation for a period of one year, and was ordered to pay a supervision fee associated with probation. The defendant was ordered to attend and complete a drinking and driving school approved by the Iowa Department of Public Safety within one hundred and twenty days, and complete a substance abuse evaluation. This case was prosecuted by Nicole Olson of the Marion County Attorney s Office with the assistance of the Iowa State Patrol. 03/29/2011 State of Iowa v. Heck, Andrew Mr. Heck either pled or was found guilty of OWI 1 st. He was ordered to pay a fine in the amount of $1250 plus a 35% surcharge. He was required to pay the costs of the action, and reimburse the State for any court appointed legal fees. The defendant was sentenced to serve a term of 30 days in the Marion County Jail; all but 2 days were suspended. The defendant may be given credit for jail time by completing the DMACC OWI weekend program, or another similar program. The defendant was placed on probation for a period of one year, and was ordered to pay a supervision fee associated with probation. The defendant was ordered to attend and complete a drinking and driving school approved by the Iowa Department of Public Safety within one hundred and twenty days, and complete a substance abuse evaluation. In addition, the defendant s drivers license was suspended for a period of 180 days. A second and third charge was dismissed at the cost of the defendant. This case was prosecuted by Nicole Olson of the Marion County Attorney s Office with the assistance of the Iowa State Patrol. State of Iowa v. Beatty, Lisa Ms. Beatty either pled of was found guilty of Driving While Revoked. She was ordered to pay a fine in the amount of $ plus 35% surcharge. She was required to pay the costs of the action and court appointed attorney fees. The defendant was ordered to serve a jail term of 30 days; however all days were suspended and the defendant was placed on probation for a period of one year. The defendant was also ordered to attend a drinking driver s school within 120 days. A

10 second charge was dismissed; however the defendant was ordered to pay costs associated with the charge. This case was prosecuted by Melissa Clarke of the Marion County Attorney s Office with the assistance of the Pella Police Department. 03/28/2011 State of Iowa v. Little, Chad Charges against Mr. Little were dismissed due to insufficient evidence available. 03/25/2011 State of Iowa v. VanderMartin, George Mr. VanderMartin either pled or was found guilty of Forgery; however judgment was deferred. He was ordered to pay a civil penalty in the amount of $750; however $750 was suspended. He was required to pay the costs of the action, and reimburse the State for any court appointed legal fees. The defendant was placed on probation for a period of one year, and was ordered to pay a supervision fee associated with probation. This case was prosecuted by Melissa Clarke of the Marion County Attorney s Office with the assistance of the Knoxville Police Department. State of Iowa v. Marshall, Kaleb Charges against Mr. Marshall were dismissed due to insufficient evidence available. State of Iowa v. Robertson, Shawn Mr. Robertson either pled of was found guilty of Driving While Barred. He was ordered to pay a fine in the amount of $ plus 35% surcharge. He was required to pay the costs of the action and court appointed attorney fees. The defendant was ordered to serve a prison term not to exceed 2 years; however all days were suspended and the defendant was placed on probation for a period of one year, running concurrent with an additional Driving While Barred charge. A third charge was dismissed; however the defendant was ordered to pay costs associated with the charge. The defendant was also ordered to pay restitution in the amount of $ This case was prosecuted by Melissa Clarke of the Marion County Attorney s Office with the assistance of the Pella Police Department. State of Iowa v. Robertson, Shawn Mr. Robertson either pled of was found guilty of Driving While Barred. He was ordered to pay a fine in the amount of $ plus 35% surcharge. He was required to pay the costs of the action and court appointed attorney fees. The defendant was ordered to serve a prison term not to exceed 2 years; however all days were suspended and the defendant was placed on probation for a period of one year, running concurrent with an additional Driving While Barred charge listed above. A third charge was dismissed; however the defendant was ordered to pay costs associated with the charge. The defendant was also ordered to pay restitution in the amount of $ This case was prosecuted by Melissa Clarke of the Marion County Attorney s Office with the assistance of the Melcher-Dallas Police Department. State of Iowa v. Slatton, Fred Mr. Slatton either pled of was found guilty of Careless Driving and Speeding. He was ordered to pay a fine in the amount of $240.00, plus Court costs. A second charge of

11 operating while intoxicated was dismissed. This case was prosecuted by Nicole Olson of the Marion County Attorney s Office with the assistance of the Iowa State Patrol. 03/22/2011 State of Iowa v. Best, Gregory Mr. Best either pled or was found guilty of Public Intoxication. He was ordered to pay a fine in the amount of $ plus 35% surcharge, and was required to pay the costs of this action. This case was prosecuted by Melissa Clarke of the Marion County Attorney s Office with the assistance of the Marion County Sheriff s Department. State of Iowa v. Lentz, Aaron Mr. Lentz either pled or was found guilty of OWI 1 st. He was ordered to pay a fine in the amount of $1250 plus a 35% surcharge; however $625 of the fine will be suspended if the defendant procures a valid driver s license or work permit by June 17, He was required to pay the costs of the action, and reimburse the State for any court appointed legal fees. The defendant was sentenced to serve a term of 30 days in the Marion County Jail; all but 2 days were suspended. The defendant may be given credit for jail time by completing the DMACC OWI weekend program, or another similar program. If not completed, the defendant shall report to the Marion County Jail by 5 p.m. on April 22, The defendant was placed on probation for a period of one year, and was ordered to pay a supervision fee associated with probation. The defendant was ordered to attend and complete a drinking and driving school approved by the Iowa Department of Public Safety within one hundred and twenty days, and complete a substance abuse evaluation. A second charge of driving without proof of insurance was dismissed; however the defendant was ordered to pay costs associated with the charge. This case was prosecuted by Nicole Olson of the Marion County Attorney s Office with the assistance of the Iowa State Patrol. 03/18/2011 State of Iowa v. Fee, Adam Mr. Fee either pled or was found guilty of OWI 2 nd. He was ordered to pay a fine in the amount of $1875, plus a 35% surcharge. He was required to pay the costs of the action, and reimburse the State for any court appointed legal fees. The defendant was committed to the custody of the Director of Adult Corrections, State of Iowa, for a term not to exceed 2 years; however all but 7 days was suspended and must be served in the Marion County Jail on April 21, 2011 at 10:00 a.m. The defendant may be released from jail on work release if the conditions of the Sheriff s Office are met. The defendant was placed on probation for a period of one year, and was ordered to pay a supervision fee associated with probation. The defendant was ordered to attend and complete a drinking and driving school approved by the Iowa Department of Public Safety within one hundred and twenty days, and complete a substance abuse evaluation. This case was prosecuted by Nicole Olson of the Marion County Attorney s Office with the assistance of Knoxville Police Department. State of Iowa v. Olson, Amy Ms. Olson either pled or was found guilty of OWI 1 st. She was ordered to pay a fine in the amount of $1250 plus a 35% surcharge; however $625 of the fine will be suspended if the defendant procures a valid driver s license or work permit by April 1, She was required to pay the costs of the action, and reimburse the State for any court appointed legal fees. The defendant was sentenced to serve a term of 45 days in the Marion County Jail; all but 2 days were suspended. The

12 defendant may be given credit for jail time by completing the DMACC OWI weekend program, or another similar program. The defendant was placed on probation for a period of one year, and was ordered to pay a supervision fee associated with probation. The defendant was ordered to attend and complete a drinking and driving school approved by the Iowa Department of Public Safety within one hundred and twenty days, and complete a substance abuse evaluation. A second and third charge of possession of alcohol and failure to wear a safety belt was dismissed at the cost of the defendant. This case was prosecuted by Nicole Olson of the Marion County Attorney s Office with the assistance of the Iowa State Patrol. State of Iowa v. Saltzman, Elijah-Trey Mr. Saltzman either pled or was found guilty of Domestic Abuse Assault; however judgment was deferred. He was ordered to pay a civil penalty in the amount of $625, with $625 suspended. The defendant was placed on probation for a period of one year and ordered to pay supervision fees associated with probation. He was required to pay the costs of the action, and reimburse the State for any court appointed legal fees. The defendant was ordered to complete a substance abuse evaluation, and batterer s education program. A no-contact order was also issued by the Court. A second and third charge of driving while suspended and speeding was dismissed at the cost of the defendant. This case was prosecuted by Nicole Olson of the Marion County Attorney s Office with the assistance of the Knoxville Police Department. State of Iowa v. Sieck, Nicholas Mr. Sieck either pled or was found guilty of Possession of Marijuana; however judgment was deferred. He was ordered to pay a civil penalty in the amount of $ The defendant was required to pay the costs of the action, and reimburse the state for any Court appointed legal fees. The defendant was placed on probation for a period of one year, and ordered to pay supervision fees associated with probation. He is required to have a substance abuse evaluation, complete extended outpatient treatment and provide urine samples. This case was prosecuted by Melissa Clarke of the Marion County Attorney s office with the assistance of the Pella Police Department. 03/15/2011 State of Iowa v. Keffer, Kirk Mr. Keffer either pled or was found guilty of OWI 1 st ; however judgment was deferred. He was ordered to pay a civil penalty in the amount of $1250; however $625 will be suspended if the defendant can produce a valid driver s license or work permit by May 16, He was required to pay the costs of the action, and reimburse the State for any court appointed legal fees. The defendant was placed on probation for a period of one year, and was ordered to pay a supervision fee associated with probation. The defendant was ordered to attend and complete a drinking and driving school approved by the Iowa Department of Public Safety within one hundred and twenty days, and complete a substance abuse evaluation. This case was prosecuted by Nicole Olson of the Marion County Attorney s Office with the assistance of the Knoxville Police Department. State of Iowa v. Bird, Ann Charges against Ms. Bird were dismissed due to insufficient evidence available. 03/15/11

13 State of Iowa v. Harrison, Christopher- Mr. Harrison either pled or was found guilty of Criminal Trespass with Property Damage. However; judgment was deferred. He was ordered to pay a civil penalty in the amount of $315. He was required to pay the costs of the action and reimburse the state for any Court appointed legal fees. The defendant was placed on probation for a period of one year, and ordered to pay costs associated with probation. The defendant was also ordered to pay restitution in the amount of $1, Dismissed was Criminal Mischief 2 nd with cost assessed to the defendant. This case was prosecuted by Melissa Clarke of the Marion County Attorney s Office with the assistance of the Knoxville Police Department. State of Iowa v. Martin, Ami- Ms. Martin either pled or was found guilty of Theft 4 th. She was ordered to pay a fine in the amount of $315. She was required to pay the costs of the action and reimburse the state for any Court appointed legal fees. The defendant was placed on probation for a period of one year, and ordered to pay costs associated with probation. The defendant was also ordered to pay restitution in the amount of $308. In addition, the defendant was sentenced to 30 days in the Marion County Jail, with 30 days suspended. This case was prosecuted by Melissa Clarke of the Marion County Attorney s Office with the assistance of the Pella Police Department. State of Iowa v. Martin, Ami- Ms. Martin either pled or was found guilty of Driving While Barred. She was ordered to pay a fine in the amount of $625. She was required to pay the costs of the action and reimburse the state for any Court appointed legal fees. This case was prosecuted by Melissa Clarke of the Marion County Attorney s Office with the assistance of the Pella Police Department. 03/11/11 State of Iowa v. Amburgy, Ramin Mr. Amburgy either pled or was found guilty of Possession of Marijuana. He was ordered to pay a fine of $ plus a 35% surcharge as well as a DARE and LEI Surcharge. He was required to pay the costs of the action, and reimburse the state for any Court appointed legal fees. The defendant was sentenced to 48 hours in the Marion County Jail beginning on March 22, He is required to have a substance abuse evaluation and follow any treatment recommendations. In addition, his driver s license was suspended for 180 days. A Possession of Paraphernalia charge was dismissed with costs assessed to the defendant. This case was prosecuted by Nicole Olson of the Marion County Attorney s office with the assistance of the Pella Police Department. State of Iowa v. Andreasen, Randy Pursuant to a plea agreement, after restitution was paid in full and in the furtherance of justice, prosecution of a criminal charge, Theft 4 th, was dismissed. State of Iowa v. Gotschall, Eric Mr. Gotschall either pled or was found guilty of Driving While Revoked. He was ordered to pay a fine in the amount of $ plus 35% surcharge. He was required to pay the costs of the action. This case was prosecuted by Nicole Olson of the Marion County Attorney s Office with the assistance of the Iowa State Patrol. State of Iowa v. Mischnick, Brenda- Ms. Mischnick either pled or was found guilty of OWI 1 st. She was ordered to pay a fine in the amount of $ plus 35% surcharge. She was required to pay the costs of the action, reimburse the state for any Court appointed legal fees, and required to serve a jail term of

14 48 hours in the Marion County Jail. The defendant may be given credit for 48 hours of jail by completing the DMACC OWI weekend program, or another similar program. The defendant was required to obtain a substance abuse evaluation and attend Drinking Driver s School. Dismissed was simple traffic citation with cost assessed to the defendant. This case was prosecuted by Melissa Clarke of the Marion County Attorney s Office with the assistance of the Pella Police Department. 03/8/11 State of Iowa v. Morris, Jeremy Mr. Morris either pled or was found guilty of Criminal Mischief 5 th. He was ordered to pay a fine in the amount of $100, a $125 law enforcement initiative, and court costs. The defendant was also ordered to pay restitution in the amount of $ within thirty days. A second charge was dismissed in a plea agreement. This case was prosecuted by a Special Prosecutor from the Warren County Attorney s Office, due to an ethical conflict with the Marion County Attorney s office s ability to prosecute the case along with the assistance of the Knoxville Police Department State of Iowa v. DeReus, Stacy Ms. DeReus either pled of was found guilty of Driving While Revoked. She was ordered to pay a fine in the amount of $ plus 35% surcharge. She was required to pay the costs of the action and court appointed attorney fees. A second charge was dismissed; however the defendant was ordered to pay costs associated with the charge. This case was prosecuted by Melissa Clarke of the Marion County Attorney s Office with the assistance of the Knoxville Police Department. State of Iowa v. Attema, Andrew Mr. Attema either pled or was found guilty of OWI 1 st and No Drivers License. However, judgment was deferred. He was ordered to pay a civil penalty in the amount of $1250 plus a 35% surcharge; however $625 of the fine will be suspended if the defendant procures a valid driver s license or work permit by June 8, He was required to pay the costs of the action, and reimburse the state for any Court appointed legal fees. The defendant was placed on probation for a period of one year, and was ordered to pay a supervision fee associated with probation. The defendant was ordered to attend and complete a drinking and driving school approved by the Iowa Department of Public Safety within one hundred and twenty days, and complete a substance abuse evaluation. A $330 fine was ordered for the No Drivers License charge. This case was prosecuted by Nicole Olson of the Marion County Attorney s Office with the assistance of the Iowa State Patrol. State of Iowa v. Green, Phillip Mr. Green either pled or was found guilty of Possession of Marijuana. He was ordered to pay a fine of $ plus a 35% surcharge as well as a DARE and LEI Surcharge. He was required to pay the costs of the action, and reimburse the state for any Court appointed legal fees. The defendant was sentenced to 48 hours in the Marion County Jail. He is required to have a substance abuse evaluation and follow any treatment recommendations. In addition, his driver s license was suspended for 180 days. A Possession of Paraphernalia charge was dismissed with costs assessed to the defendant. This case was prosecuted by Nicole Olson of the Marion County Attorney s office with the assistance of the Knoxville Police Department.

15 Dismissals: 03/4/11 State of Iowa v. Brown, James Charges against Mr. Brown were dismissed due to insufficient evidence available. State of Iowa v. Bohlmann, Marshall Charges against Mr. Bohlmann were dismissed due to insufficient evidence available. 03/04/2011 State of Iowa v. Conrad, Dustin Mr. Conrad pled guilty to Conspiracy to Manufacture less than 5 grams of methamphetamines. He was ordered to pay a fine in the amount of $ plus 35% surcharge. He was required to pay the costs of the action, and reimburse the state for any Court appointed legal fees. He was ordered into the custody of the Director of Adult Corrections, State of Iowa, for a term not to exceed 10 years; the defendant will be required to serve 1/3 of his sentence before he is eligible for parole. This case was prosecuted by Ed Bull of the Marion County Attorney s Office with the assistance of the South Central Iowa Drug Task Force and the Marion County Sheriff s Office. 03/01/2011 State of Iowa v. Galeazzi, Ty Mr. Galeazzi either pled or was found guilty of Public Intoxication 3 rd. He was ordered to pay a fine in the amount of $ plus 35% surcharge. He was required to pay the costs of the action, reimburse the state for any Court appointed legal fees, and to complete a substance abuse evaluation. The defendant was ordered into the custody of the Director of Adult Corrections, State of Iowa, for a term not to exceed 2 years; however all was suspended and the defendant was placed on probation for 1 year. This case was prosecuted by Nicole Olson of the Marion County Attorney s Office with the assistance of the Knoxville Police Department. State of Iowa v. South, Asa Mr. South either pled or was found guilty of Public Intoxication 3 rd. He was ordered to pay a fine in the amount of $ plus 35% surcharge. He was required to pay the costs of the action, and reimburse the state for any Court appointed legal fees. He was ordered to complete a substance abuse evaluation and continue treatment. The defendant was ordered into the custody of the Director of Adult Corrections, State of Iowa, for a term not to exceed 2 years; however all was suspended and the defendant was placed on probation for 1 year. This case was prosecuted by Melissa Clarke of the Marion County Attorney s Office with the assistance of the Knoxville Police Department. State of Iowa v. Jackson, Lori Ms. Jackson either pled or was found guilty of OWI 1 st. She was ordered to pay a fine in the amount of $ plus 35% surcharge; however, $ will be suspended if the defendant secures a valid driver s license. She was required to pay the costs of the action, and reimburse the state for any Court appointed legal fees. The defendant was required to obtain a substance abuse evaluation and attend Drinking Driver s School. The defendant is sentenced to a term

16 of 48 hours in the Marion County Jail; however credit of 48 hours may be given by enrolling and completing the DMACC OWI weekend program or a similar program. This case was prosecuted by Melissa Clarke of the Marion County Attorney s Office with the assistance of the Marion County Sheriff s Department and the Iowa State Patrol. State of Iowa v. Eaglin, Robert Mr. Eaglin either pled or was found guilty of possession of marijuana. However, judgment was deferred. He was ordered to pay a civil penalty of $ plus a 35% surcharge as well as a DARE and LEI Surcharge. He was required to pay the costs of the action, and reimburse the state for any Court appointed legal fees. He was placed on probation for 1 year. He is required to have a substance abuse evaluation and follow any treatment recommendations. This case was prosecuted by Nicole Olson of the Marion County Attorney s office with the assistance of M.I.N.E State of Iowa v. Glover, Adam Mr. Glover either pled or was found guilty of Criminal mischief 3 rd. He was ordered to pay a fine in the amount of $ plus 35% surcharge. He was required to pay the costs of the action, and reimburse the state for any Court appointed legal fees. The defendant was ordered to pay restitution in the amount of $ He was ordered into the custody of the Director of Adult Corrections, State of Iowa, for a term not to exceed 2 years; however all was suspended and the defendant was placed on probation for 1 year. This case was prosecuted by Melissa Clarke of the Marion County Attorney s Office with the assistance of the Knoxville Police Department. 02/22/2011 State of Iowa v. Sorenson, Daniel Mr. Sorenson either pled or was found guilty of Driving While Revoked. He was ordered to pay a fine in the amount of $ plus 35% surcharge. He was required to pay the costs of the action, and reimburse the state for any Court appointed legal fees. This case was prosecuted by Melissa Clarke of the Marion County Attorney s Office with the assistance of the Marion County Sheriff s Department. State of Iowa v. Graves, Michael Mr. Graves either pled or was found guilty of theft 2 nd. He was ordered to pay a fine of $ plus 35% surcharge. He was required to pay the costs of the action, and reimburse the state for any Court appointed legal fees. The defendant was ordered into the custody of the Director of Adult Corrections, State of Iowa, for a term not to exceed 5 years; however all was suspended and the defendant was placed on probation for 2 years. This case was prosecuted by Melissa Clarke of the Marion County Attorney s Office with the assistance of the Marion County Sheriff s Department. State of Iowa v. Lee, Alan Mr. Lee either pled or was found guilty OWI 2 rd. He was ordered to pay a fine of $ plus 35% surcharge. He was required to pay the costs of the action, reimburse the state for any Court appointed legal fees, complete drinking and driving school, and to complete a substance abuse evaluation. The defendant was ordered into the custody of the Director of Adult Corrections, State of Iowa, for a term not to exceed 2 years; however all but 7 days was suspended and the defendant was placed on probation for 1 year. He is required to serve a jail term in the Marion County Jail commencing on or before February 22, :30 p.m. A Driving While Revoked charge was

17 dismissed, assessing the cost to the defendant. This case was prosecuted by Melissa Clarke of the Marion County Attorney s Office with the assistance of the Knoxville Police Department. State of Iowa v. Garr, Chad Mr. Garr either pled or was found guilty OWI 1 st ; however a deferred judgment was granted. He was ordered to pay a fine in the amount of $ plus 35% surcharge by April 18, 2011; however $625 was suspended. He was required to pay the costs of the action, reimburse the state for any Court appointed legal fees, complete drinking and driving school, and to complete a substance abuse evaluation. This case was prosecuted by Nicole Olson of the Marion County Attorney s Office with the assistance of the Knoxville Police Department. 02/18/2011 State of Iowa v. Gay, Milo Mr. Gay either pled or was found guilty of Driving While Barred. He was ordered to pay a fine of $ plus 35% surcharge. He was required to pay the costs of the action and reimburse the state for any Court appointed legal fees. This case was prosecuted by Melissa Clarke of the Marion County Attorney s Office with the assistance of the Pella Police Department. State of Iowa v. Lamb, Wade Mr. Lamb either pled or was found guilty of Driving While Barred. He was ordered to pay a fine in the amount of $ plus 35% surcharge. He was required to pay the costs of the action and reimburse the state for any Court appointed legal fees. This case was prosecuted by Melissa Clarke of the Marion County Attorney s Office with the assistance of the Pella Police Department. State of Iowa v. Prough, Diane Ms. Prough either pled or was found guilty of OWI 2 nd. She was ordered to pay a fine of $ plus 35% surcharge. She was required to pay the costs of the action, reimburse the state for any Court appointed legal fees, complete drinking and driving school, and to complete a substance abuse evaluation. The defendant was ordered into the custody of the Director of Adult Corrections, State of Iowa, for a term not to exceed 2 years; however all but 7 days was suspended and the defendant was placed on probation for 1 years. She is required to serve a jail term in the Marion County Jail commencing on April 22, 2011 before 6:00 p.m. serving 4 days. Then report to the Marion County Jail on May 6, 2011 to serve the remainder of the sentence. Credit for time served was ordered. This case was prosecuted by Nicole Olson of the Marion County Attorney s Office with the assistance of the Knoxville Police Department. State of Iowa v. Quinn, Daniel Mr. Quinn either pled or was found guilty OWI 3 rd or subsequent offense. He was ordered to pay a fine in the amount of $ plus 35% surcharge. He was required to pay the costs of the action, reimburse the state for any Court appointed legal fees, complete drinking and driving school, and to complete a substance abuse evaluation. The defendant was ordered into the custody of the Director of Adult Corrections, State of Iowa, for a term not to exceed 5 years; however all but 30 days was suspended and the defendant was placed on probation for 2 years. He is required to serve a jail term in the Marion County Jail commencing on March 4, 2011 before 5:00 p.m. A Driving While Revoked charge was dismissed, assessing the cost to the defendant. This case was prosecuted by Melissa Clarke of the Marion County Attorney s Office with the assistance of the Marion County Sheriff s Department.

18 State of Iowa v. Palmer, Cody Mr. Palmer either pled or was found guilty Domestic Abuse Assault with Injury. He was ordered to pay a fine of $ plus 35% surcharge. He was required to pay the costs of the action and reimburse the state for any Court appointed legal fees. The defendant was ordered to serve a jail sentence of 365 days in the Marion County Jail; however all but 2 days were suspended and the defendant was placed on probation for 1 year. He is required to serve a jail term in the Marion County Jail commencing on February 18, 2011 before 5:00 p.m. The defendant is ordered to complete a substance abuse evaluation and enroll and complete Batterer s Education Program. This case was prosecuted by Melissa Clarke of the Marion County Attorney s Office with the assistance of the Marion County Sheriff s Department. 02/15/2011 State of Iowa v. Sautter, John Mr. Sautter either pled or was found guilty of OWI 1 st. He was ordered to pay a fine in the amount of $1250 plus a 35% surcharge; however $625 of the fine will be suspended if the defendant procures a valid driver s license or work permit by April 12, He was required to pay the costs of the action, and reimburse the state for any Court appointed legal fees. The defendant was sentenced to 180 days in jail; however all but 2 days were suspended. The defendant may be given credit for 48 hours of jail by completing the DMACC OWI weekend program, or another similar program. Proof of completion must be filed with the Marion County Clerk of Court by May 13, 2011 or the defendant must report to jail by 5:00 p.m. In addition, Mr. Sautter either pled or was found guilty of Domestic Abuse Assault with Intent to Cause Serious Injury. However, judgment was deferred. He was ordered to pay a civil penalty of $ He was required to pay the costs of the action. He was placed on probation for 1 year, and ordered to pay supervision fees. The defendant was required to enroll and complete the Batterers Education Program. This case was prosecuted by Nicole Olson of the Marion County Attorney s Office with the assistance of the Pleasantville Police Department. State of Iowa v. Bennett, Jason Mr. Bennett either pled or was found guilty of Driving While Barred. He was ordered to pay a fine in the amount of $ He was required to pay the costs of the action, and reimburse the state for any Court appointed legal fees. He was placed on probation for 1 year, and ordered to pay supervision fees. This case was prosecuted by Melissa Clarke of the Marion County Attorney s Office with the assistance of the Pella Police Department. State of Iowa v. Wooldridge, Robert Mr. Wooldridge either pled or was found guilty of Driving While Revoked. He was ordered to pay a fine in the amount of $ plus 35% surcharge. He was required to pay the costs of the action. This case was prosecuted by Melissa Clarke of the Marion County Attorney s Office with the assistance of the Knoxville Police Department. State of Iowa v. Uitermarkt, Jesse - Mr. Uitermarkt either pled or was found guilty of Carrying Weapons. His fine was $ plus 35% surcharge. He was required to pay the costs of the action, and reimburse the state for any Court appointed legal fees. Bond on appeal was set at $1,000. This case was prosecuted by Melissa Clarke of the Marion County Attorney s Office with the assistance of the Pella Police Department.

19 State of Iowa v. Rose, Brandon Mr. Rose either pled or was found guilty of Supplying Alcohol to Minors. However, prosecution was deferred after completion of 25 hours of community service. This case was prosecuted by Melissa Clarke of the Marion County Attorney s Office with the assistance of the Pella Police Department. State of Iowa v. Riley, Colin- Mr. Riley either pled or was found guilty of OWI 1 st. He was ordered to pay a fine in the amount of $ plus 35% surcharge. He was required to pay the costs of the action, and reimburse the state for any Court appointed legal fees. He is required to serve a jail term of 48 hours in the Marion County Jail commencing on March 9, 2011 before 5:00 p.m. The defendant was required to obtain a substance abuse evaluation and attend Drinking Driver s School. Dismissed was an Improper Use of Lanes charge. This case was prosecuted by Melissa Clarke of the Marion County Attorney s Office with the assistance of the Pella Police Department. States of Iowa v. Bohrn, Melissa Ms. Bohrn was found to be in contempt of Court and was ordered to spend 45 days in the Marion County Jail. The defendant was given credit for 10 days. The defendants deferred judgment was also revoked and was adjudged guilty. Ms. Bohrn was continued on probation subject to all original terms. This case was prosecuted by Ed Bull of the Marion County Attorney s Office with the assistance of the 5 th Judicial Department of Corrections. State of Iowa v. Binns, Matt Mr. Binns either pled or was found guilty of Public Intoxication 3 rd or Subsequent Offense. He was ordered to pay a fine of $ plus 35% surcharge; however, $ has been suspended. He was required to pay the costs of the action, and reimburse the state for any Court appointed legal fees. The defendant was ordered into the custody of the Director of Adult Corrections, State of Iowa, for a term not to exceed 2 years. This case was prosecuted by Ed Bull of the Marion County Attorney s Office with the assistance of the Knoxville Police Department. 02/11/2011 State of Iowa v. Quirk, Brittany Ms. Quirk either pled or was found guilty of OWI 1st. However, judgment was deferred. She was ordered to pay a civil penalty of $ plus 35% surcharge; however, $ will be suspended if the defendant secures a valid driver s license. She was required to pay the costs of the action, and reimburse the state for any Court appointed legal fees. She was placed on probation for 1 year. The defendant was required to obtain a substance abuse evaluation and attend Drinking Driver s School. This case was prosecuted by Melissa Clarke of the Marion County Attorney s Office with the assistance of the Knoxville Police Department. State of Iowa v. Tadlock, Colin Mr. Tadlock either pled or was found guilty of possession of marijuana. However, judgment was deferred. He was ordered to pay a civil penalty of $ plus a 35% surcharge as well as a DARE and LEI Surcharge. He was required to pay the costs of the action, and reimburse the state for any Court appointed legal fees. He was placed on probation for 1 year. He is required to have a substance abuse evaluation and follow any treatment recommendations. This case was prosecuted by Nicole Olson of the Marion County Attorney s office with the assistance of the Pella Police Department.

20 State of Iowa v. Shepard Jr., Curtis Mr. Shepard Jr, either pled or was found guilty of Driving while revoked. He was fined $ , plus 35% surcharge. Mr. Shepard Jr. also pled or was found guilty of OWI 1 st. For this offense he was fined $ plus 35% surcharge. He ordered to pay costs of the action, and reimburse the state for any Court appointed legal fees. He was ordered to serve 48 hours in the Marion County Jail. However, if he completes the drinking and driver s program he need not report to jail. If he hasn t completed said program, he should report to the Marion County Jail on May 13, He is required to have a substance abuse evaluation and follow any treatment recommendations. This case was prosecuted by Nicole Olson of the Marion County Attorney s office with the assistance of the Pella Police Department. State of Iowa v. Weldon, Guy Mr. Weldon either pled or was found guilty of OWI 1 st. He was fined $ in addition to a 35% surcharge; $ of the fine will be suspended if the defendant procures a driver s license or work permit by The defendant was ordered to pay the costs of the action and any and all court appointed legal fees. The defendant was sentenced to 2 days in the County Jail. The defendant will report to jail on unless he completes a weekend OWI Program by that date. The defendant was placed on probation for one year. Further the defendant is required to complete a drinking and drivers program, and complete a substance abuse evaluation. Bond on appeal was set at $ This case was prosecuted by Nicole Olson of the Marion County Attorney s Office with the assistance of the Marion County Sheriff s Office. State of Iowa v. Smith, Christopher - Mr. Smith either pled or was found guilty of OWI 1 st. He was fined $ in addition to a 35% surcharge; $ of the fine will be suspended if the defendant procures a driver s license or work permit by Defendant was also ordered to make restitution to the City of Pella. The defendant was ordered to pay the costs of the action and any and all court appointed legal fees. The defendant was sentenced to 2 days in the County Jail. The defendant will report to jail on unless he completes a weekend OWI Program by that date. The defendant was placed on probation for one year. Further the defendant is required to complete a drinking and drivers program, and complete a substance abuse evaluation. Bond on appeal was set at $ This case was prosecuted by Nicole Olson of the Marion County Attorney s Office with the assistance of the Pella Police Department and Iowa State Patrol. State of Iowa v. Jordan, Christopher Mr. Jordan either pled or was found guilty of Driving while Revoked. He was fined $ in addition to a 35% surcharge. Bond on appeal was set at $ This case was prosecuted by Melissa Clarke with the Assistance of the Iowa State Patrol. State of Iowa v. Shelter, Jamie Ms. Shelter either pled or was found guilty of Harassment in the Second Degree. She was fined $ plus 35% surcharge. Further she was ordered to pay the costs of the action and any and all court appointed legal fees. Bond on appeal was set at $ This case was prosecuted by Melissa Clarke with the assistance of the Pella Police Department. 02/08/11

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