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.

• Cameron Adam Morgan, 18, of Morley, pleaded guilty to being a person under 21 with a blood-alcohol content. Morgan was sentenced to one day in jail and given credit for serving one day. Morgan must complete six months probation, 32 hours of community service and pay fines and court fees.

• Nicholas Robert Roberts, 28, of Mecosta, pleaded guilty to attempted resisting/obstructing a police officer. Roberts was sentenced to 240 days in jail and given credit for serving 50 days. He must pay fines and court fees.

• Scott Michael-Allen Canfield, 29, of Stanwood, pleaded guilty to embezzlement as an agent or trustee. He was sentenced to 30 days in jail and given credit for five days. Canfield must complete one year probation, 40 hours of community service and pay fines and court fees.

• Nathan Alexander McGuire, 21, of Big Rapids, pleaded guilty to assault or assault and battery. He was sentenced to 93 days in jail and given credit for 28 days, with jail suspended. Allen must complete six months probation and pay fines and court fees.

• James David Allen, 43, of Pleasant Lake, pleaded guilty to entering a building without permission. Allen was sentenced to six days in jail and credited for serving six days. He also must pay fines and court fees.

• Joshua Gregory Severson, 25, of Remus, pleaded guilty to attempted resisting/obstructing a police officer. He was sentenced to 60 days in jail and given credit for serving 8 days, to be served on weekends. Severson must complete one year probation and pay fines and court fees.

• Kayla Rae Long, 32, of Grant, pleaded guilty to false pretenses (less than $200). She was sentenced to 10 days in jail and given credit for serving zero days. Long must complete six months probation, 40 hours of community service and pay fines and court fees.

• Desmond Carl Watkins, 26, of Otsego, pleaded guilty to operating while impaired. Watkins was sentenced to 10 days in jail and given credit for serving two days, with jail suspended. Watkins must complete six months probation, 32 hours of community service and pay fines and court fees.

• Erika Lynn Devries, 47, of Big Rapids, pleaded guilty to creating a disturbance. She was sentenced to 31 days in jail and credited for serving 31 days. Devries must complete one year probation, 40 hours of community service and pay fines and court fees.

• Donald Louis Fournier, 63, of Sheridan, pleaded no contest to driving a snowmobile while impaired. He was sentenced to 10 days in jail and credited for serving one day. Per the plea agreement, jail was suspended. Fournier must complete six months probation, 32 hours of community service and pay fines and court fees.

• Christine Ann Boerma, 37, of Traverse City, pleaded guilty to operating while intoxicated with a blood-alcohol content of greater than .17. She was sentenced to 15 days in jail and given credit for serving one day, with jail suspended. Boerma must complete one year probation, 48 hours of community service and pay fines and court fees.

• Tracy Lynn Burhans, 39, of Newaygo, pleaded guilty to operating a motor vehicle without security. Burhans was sentenced to three days in jail and credited for serving zero days. Burhans must complete 24 hours of community service and pay fines and court fees.

• Cherie Inez Lollis, 29, of Morley, pleaded guilty to third-degree retail fraud. She was sentenced to 10 days in jail and given credit for serving one day. Lollis must complete 24 hours of community service and pay fines and court fees.

• Shane Charles Krauseneck, 24, of Big Rapids, pleaded guilty to operating a motor vehicle without security. Krauseneck was sentenced to three days in jail and given credit for serving zero days, and must pay fines and court fees.

• Cassie Marie Milspaugh, 22, of Big Rapids, pleaded guilty to operating a motor vehicle without security. She was sentenced to three days in jail and credited for serving zero days. Milspaugh must pay fines and court fees.

• Taylor Jo Keathley, 23, of Reed City, pleaded guilty to operating a motor vehicle without security. Keathley was sentenced to three days in jail, credited for serving zero days and must pay fines and court fees.

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Posted by Taylor Fussman

Taylor is the cops and courts reporter for the Pioneer and Herald Review newspapers. She can be reached at (231) 592-8362 or by email at tfussman@pioneergroup.com.

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