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November 26

Drew Tom Stearns, Jr., 75, appeared before Judge William Carey on the charge of driving with license cancelled, suspended or revoked. The case was dismissed.

Eli Everett Tomal, 31, appeared before Judge William Carey for a change of plea hearing on the charge of fourth degree assault. Tomal entered a plea of guilty to disorderly conduct and was sentenced to five days in jail and a surcharge of $100.

Keith A. Hanson, 21, appeared before Judge William Carey for sentencing on the charges of first degree vehicle theft, driving under the influence of alcohol or controlled substance and second degree criminal trespass. Hanson entered a plea of guilty and was sentenced to two years in jail with one year suspended and a $100 surcharge for the felony vehicle theft; 320 days in jail with 280 days suspended; $3,000 fine; $75 surcharge and $1,467 for cost of imprisonment for the driving under the influence charge and 90 days in jail for the criminal trespass charge. Hanson was also given four years probation with the jail time consecutive.

Levi A. O’Connor, 22, appeared before Judge William Carey for a change of plea hearing and sentencing on the charge of fourth degree assault. O’Connor entered a plea of guilty and was sentenced to 181 days in jail with 100 days suspended; a surcharge of $50; a jail surcharge of $150 with $100 suspended; an attorney fee of $200 and 18 months probation.

November 27

Tanner G. McKitrick, 20, appeared before Judge William Carey for a change of plea hearing on the charge of minor in possession by consumption. McKitrick entered a plea of guilty and was sentenced to a fine of $500 with $300 suspended; a surcharge of $10 and probation until he turns 21.

Savannah Camri Jackson, 23, appeared before Judge William Carey for a change of plea hearing on the charge of licensee furnishing or delivering alcohol to a minor. Jackson entered a plea of guilty and was sentenced to five days in jail with five days suspended; a fine of $200; a surcharge of $50; 40 hours of community work service to be completed in 90 days and one year probation.

Tyler J. Wallace, 17, appeared before Judge William Carey for a change of plea hearing and sentencing for hunting season bag limit for deer; two counts of unlawful possession and transport of game; two counts of unlawful method of taking game by artificial light from a motorized vehicle and one count of area closed for hunting in the Petersburg vicinity. Wallace entered a plea of guilty and was sentenced with a fine of $900; $450 due by Feb. 1, 2013 unless proof of a 3.0 grade point average can be provided to the court; $450 due by June 15, 2013 unless proof of a 3.0 grade point average can be provided to the court; restitution in the amount of $400; gun was forfeited but may buy it back for $200 by Dec. 31; a police training surcharge of $10 and his hunting privileges were revoked until Oct. 31, 2013.

Randall Dean Presley, 45, appeared before Judge William Carey for a change of plea hearing and sentencing on the charges of fourth degree assault and resisting arrest by force. Presley entered a plea of guilty to disorderly conduct and resisting arrest charge was dismissed. He was sentenced to 10 day in jail with 10 days suspended; a surcharge of $50; a jail surcharge of $100 with $100 suspended and one year probation.

Ariel Leilani Fonseca, 18, appeared before Judge William Carey for a change of plea hearing and sentencing on the charges of minor consuming alcohol and negligent driving. Fonseca entered a plea of guilty and was sentenced to a fine of $600 with $300 suspended and one year probation for the minor consuming alcohol and a fine of $200 and a police training surcharge of $20 for the charge of negligent driving.

Jessica J.B. Ray, 25, appeared before Magistrate Desiree Burrell for an arraignment on two counts of fourth degree assault – domestic violence charges. Ray entered a plea of not guilty and a trial was set for Jan. 22, 2013.

November 28

Rex A. Versteeg, 19, appeared before Judge William Carey for a change of plea hearing and sentencing for two counts of hunting season bag limit for deer; two counts of unlawful possession and transport of game; two counts of unlawful method of taking game with artificial lights from a motorized vehicle and one count of area closed for hunting in the Petersburg vicinity. Versteeg entered a plea of guilty to one count of hunting season bag limit; one count of unlawful possession and transport of game and one count of unlawful method of taking game. All other charges were dismissed. Versteeg was sentenced to a fine of $900; restitution of $400; a police training surcharge of $10 and his rifle was forfeited with the ability to buy it back for $200 by Dec. 31.

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