COURT REPORT: Mecosta County’s 77th District Court

BIG RAPIDS — The following cases were heard this week in Mecosta County’s 77th District Court. Not all cases are reported.

John Warren Wallace Jr., 24, of Stanwood, pleaded guilty to larceny of more than $200 of aluminum. He was sentenced to time served and will be required to pay $370 in restitution to the victim.

Trisha Marie Makurof, 23, of Big Rapids, pleaded guilty to disorderly conduct and was sentenced to time served.

Desaray Shantel Moore, 18, of Big Rapids, pleaded no contest to one count of attempted assault or resistance of an officer and one count of assault and battery. She was sentenced to time served, but will be on probation for one year.

Deanna Lynn Carter, 26, of Mecosta, pleaded guilty to third-degree retail fraud at Meijer. She was sentenced to 10 days in jail with one day credit, but was given the option to complete 72 hours of community service in lieu of jail time.

Manda Elizabeth Hess, 23, of Reed City, pleaded guilty pleaded guilty to third-degree retail fraud at Walmart. She was sentenced to time served, but must complete an economic crime program.

Kimberly Sue Vanevey, 48, of Big Rapids, pleaded guilty to third-degree retail fraud at Walmart. She was sentenced to time served, but must complete an economic crime program.

Jenna Lynn Chick, 19, of Paris, pleaded guilty to one count of failure to stop at an accident and one count of driving with an improper license. She was sentenced to time served, but must complete 24 hours of community service.

Devane Dabney-Edmond Dodgens, 20, of Stanwood, pleaded guilty to disorderly conduct – jostling. He was sentenced to five days in jail with two days credit, but was given the option to complete 24 hours of community service in lieu of jail time. He will be on probation for six months and must complete anger management classes.

Robert Samuel Reffitt, 29, of Remus, pleaded guilty to domestic violence. He was sentenced to five days in jail with three days credit, but was given the option to complete 16 hours of community service in lieu of jail time. He will be on probation for one year and must complete an Alternatives to Violence program.

Robert Alan Hayner, of Stanwood, pleaded guilty to operating a vehicle while impaired. He was sentenced to three days in jail with one day credit, but was given the option to complete 16 hours of community service in lieu of jail time. He also must complete an alcohol highway safety program.

Kyle Thomas Coburn, 21, of Gregory, pleaded guilty to operating a vehicle while impaired. He was sentenced to three days in jail with one day credit, but was given the option to complete 16 hours of community service in lieu of jail time. He will be on probation for six months, and must complete drug and alcohol therapy and education.

Michael Ray Hale, 25, of Big Rapids, pleaded guilty to one count of possession of marijuana and one count of driving with a suspended license. He was sentenced to 30 days in jail with 12 days credit. He will serve the time on the weekends from 6 p.m. Friday to 6 p.m. Sunday. He will be on probation for 18 months and must complete an intensive outpatient rehabilitation program.

Antoinette Mary Harwood, 22, of Evart, pleaded guilty to drunken driving. She was sentenced to five days in jail with one day credit, but was given the option to complete 32 hours of community service in lieu of jail time. She will be on probation for six months and must complete drug and alcohol therapy and education.

Malcom Jay Maddox, 47, of Big Rapids, pleaded guilty to drunken driving. He was sentenced to five days in jail with two days credit, but was given the option to complete 24 hours of community service in lieu of jail time. She will be on probation for one year and must complete drug and alcohol therapy and education.

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Posted by Whitney Gronski-Buffa

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