Mecosta County 77th District Court reports

BIG RAPIDS — The following cases were heard this week in Mecosta County’s 77th District Court. All cases may not be reported.

• Andrew Steven Booth, 22, of Hersey, pleaded guilty to operating while impaired. He was sentenced to five days in jail and given credit for serving one day. He may complete 32 hours of community service in lieu of jail. Booth must complete the Choices program and pay fines and court fees.

• Rodolfo Francisco Calixto, 19, of Shelby, pleaded guilty to operating while impaired. He was sentenced to 10 days in jail and given credit for serving one day. He also must complete 32 hours of community services and the Prime for Life program. Calixto also must serve six months of probation and pay fines and court fees.

• Phillip William Fowler, 32, of Mecosta, pleaded guilty to possession of marijuana. He was sentenced to time served. His license is to be suspended for 60 days and restricted for 300 days. He also must pay fines and court fees.

• Tuquiala Angelic Elwartowski, 33, of Cadillac, pleaded guilty to operating while impaired. She was sentenced to seven days in jail and credited with serving two days. She may complete 40 hours of community service in lieu of jail. Elwartowski must complete six months of probation and pay fines and court fees.

• Davin Issac Gowens, 21, of Hesperia, pleaded guilty to operating while impaired. He was sentenced to 20 days in jail and given credit for serving four days. He also must complete 48 hours of community service and six months of probation. Gowens also must complete the Prime for Life program. His jail sentence is suspended pending any violations while on probation. He also must pay fines and court fees.

• Autumn Elizabeth Hamilton, 28, of Big Rapids, pleaded guilty to operating while impaired. She was sentenced to 10 days in jail and given credit for serving one day. She also must complete 32 hours of community service and complete one year of probation. Her jail sentence is suspended pending any probation violations. She also must pay fines and court fees.

• Noah Nathaniel-James King, 22, of Ada, pleaded guilty to operating while impaired. He was sentenced to five days in jail and credited with serving one day. He may complete 32 hours of community service in lieu of jail. King also must complete six months of probation and pay fines and court fees.

• Zachariah John Knapps, 31, of Big Rapids, pleaded guilty to malicious destruction of private property. He was sentenced to time served. Knapps must pay restitution, fines and court fees.

• Lance Burton Lyle, 55, of Stanwood, pleaded guilty to failing to stop after a vehicle crash. He was sentenced to time served and must pay fines and court fees.

• Sarah Lynne Nelson, 27, of Stanwood, pleaded guilty to operating while intoxicated with a blood-alcohol content greater than .17. She was sentenced to 30 days in jail and given credit for serving two days. Nelson also must complete 72 hours of community service and the Prime for Life program. She must complete one year of probation. Her jail sentence is held in abeyance pending any probation violations. Nelson also must pay fines and court fees.

• Kyle Steven Wells, 32, of Big Rapids, pleaded guilty to operating while impaired. He was sentence to five days in jail and credited with serving one day. He may complete 32 hours of community service in lieu of jail. Wells also must pay fines and court fees.

• Chelsea Nicole Runyan, 21, of Mount Pleasant, pleaded guilty to third-degree retail fraud. She was sentenced to 45 days in jail and given credit for serving two days. She also must complete 40 hours of community service and the Economic Crime Program. She must complete one year of probation. She may serve eight consecutive days in jail and the remaining portion of her jail sentence will be held in abeyance pending any probation violations. Runyan also must pay fines and court fees.

• Autumn Marlene Ploof, 22, of Big Rapids, pleaded guilty to operating while intoxicated. She was sentenced to 10 days in jail and given credit for serving one day. Ploof also must complete 72 hours of community service. She must complete one year of probation and outpatient treatment. She also must pay fines and court fees.

• Bridget Lynne Owens, 40, of Midland, pleaded guilty to operating while intoxicated with a blood-alcohol content greater than .17. She was sentenced to 30 days in jail and credited with serving two days. She also must complete 80 hours of community service and outpatient treatment. Owens’ jail time may be suspended if she completes 90 days of electronic monitoring or 60 days of monitoring and Impact Weekend. She must serve two years of probation and pay fines and court fees.

• Aaron William Besemer, 58, of Greenville, pleaded guilty to operating a watercraft while impaired. He was sentenced to five days in jail and given credit for serving one day. He may complete 32 hours of community service in lieu of jail. He must complete a boater’s safety course and six months of probation. Besemer also must pay fines and court fees.

• Shaylyn Marie Tenbrink, 19, of Grand Rapids, pleaded guilty to receiving and concealing stolen property. She was sentenced to 60 days in jail and given credit for serving 14 days. She must complete one year of probation. Tenbrink also must pay fines and court fees.

• Dean Alan Birch, 82, of Mecosta, pleaded guilty to attempted stalking. He was sentenced to 60 days in jail. He must complete two years of probation. His jail sentence will be held in abeyance pending any probation violations. Birch also must pay fines and court fees.

• Douglas Randall McKee, 66, of Mecosta, pleaded guilty to operating while impaired. He was sentenced to five days in jail and given credit for serving one day. He may complete 40 hours of community service in lieu of jail. McKee also must pay fines and court fees.

• Dylan Robert Powell, 23, of Traverse City, pleaded guilty to operating while impaired. He was sentenced to five days in jail and given credit for serving one day. He also must complete 32 hours of community service, as well as the Alcohol Highway Safety Education class and victim impact panel. Powell must complete six months of probation. His jail sentence will be held in abeyance pending any probation violations. Powell also must pay fines and court fees.

• Joshua William Malmberg, 38, of Rodney, pleaded guilty to larceny (less than $200). He was sentenced to 60 days in jail and given credit for serving one day. He also must pay fines and court fees.

• James Paul Lalonde, 27, of Morley, pleaded guilty to third-degree retail fraud. He was sentenced to time served. He must pay fines and court fees.

• Christopher Michael Jeffery, 28, of Rodney, pleaded guilty to operating while intoxicated. He was sentenced to 45 days in jail. He must complete 60 hours of community service and one year of probation. Jeffery’s jail sentence is suspended if he completes 60 days of electronic monitoring. He also must receive outpatient treatment and pay fines and court fees.

• Trevor Ryan Neelis, 26, of Big Rapids, pleaded guilty to operating while intoxicated. He was sentenced to 15 days in jail and given credit for two days. Neelis must complete 48 hours of community service. He must complete outpatient treatment and one year of probation. His jail sentence is suspended pending any probation violations. He also must pay fines and court fees.

• Justin Floyd Amon, 31, of Barryton, pleaded guilty to disturbing the peace. He was sentenced to 30 days in jail and given credit for serving five days. He must complete 40 hours of community service and have a mental health evaluation. He will serve one year of probation. His jail sentence is suspended pending any probation violations. Amon also must pay fines and court fees.

• Kevin James Jordan, 33, of Walker, pleaded guilty to allowing a person with a suspended license to drive. He was sentenced to five days in jail, which may be served on five consecutive Saturdays. Jordan also must pay fines and court fees.

• Kanevon Burton Mayers, 19, of Allendale, pleaded guilty to creating a disturbance. He was sentenced to 24 hours of community service. Mayers also must pay fines and court fees.

• Alyssa Brooke Suszek, 22, of Big Rapids, pleaded guilty to operating while intoxicated. She was sentenced to 10 days in jail and given credit for serving one day. She also must complete 40 hours of community service and outpatient treatment. Her jail sentence will be held in abeyance pending any probation violations. Suszek also must pay fines and court fees.

• Eric Leonard Kline, 35, of Big Rapids, pleaded guilty to domestic violence. He was sentenced to 93 days in jail and given credit for serving 43 days. He also must complete 80 hours of community service. He may serve 26 days more of his sentence with the remaining time held in abeyance, pending any violations during two years of probation. Kline is allowed work release if determined eligible. He also must complete the Alternatives to Violence program. He also must pay fines and court fees.

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