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Lake County Justice Court news for Mar. 14, 2018

Justice of the Peace Randal L. Owens dealt with the following cases Feb. 23-March 8:

The following individuals were found guilty of speeding: Donald Eugene Adams, 60, fined $85; J. William Hennings, 23, fined $20; Bonnie Ann Leavens, 29, fined $70; Jeffrey William Peterson, 39, fined $20; Heather Pleninger Niemeyer, 39, fined $20; Kevin Charles Hood, 50, fined $55; Chad Egon Martin, 47, fined $20; Todd Wesley Anderson, 62, fined $70; Black E. Boon, 29, fined 20; Jennifer Leigh Whitmore, 23, fined $20; Lindale Ray Koehn, 53, fined $20; Joseph Lee Steenburgh, 51, fined $120; Jessie Lee Cook, 37, fined $20.

Geoffrey Edgar Baldridge Jr., 28, pleaded not guilty to the amended charge of careless driving, first offense. He was found guilty and fined $50 and charged $35 in court costs. Baldridge also pleaded not guilty to the charge of failing to give notice of accident by quickest means/apparent damage over $1000. He was found guilty and fined $60 and charged $25 in court costs.

Jordan Ashley Knott, 24, pleaded not guilty to driving a motor vehicle while privilege to do so is suspended or revoked. He was found guilty. Knott also pleaded not guilty to failing to carry proof or exhibit insurance in vehicle, owner or operator, third subsequent offense. He was found guilty and fined $500, charged $35 in court costs and sentenced to 180 days in jail with 180 days suspended.

Kyle John Hessler, 34, pleaded not guilty to the amended charge of driving without a valid driver’s license. He was found guilty and fined $500, with $400 suspended, charged $35 in court costs and sentenced to 180 days in jail with 180 days suspended.

Bryan Scott Engbretson, 51, pleaded not guilty to the amended charge of reckless driving, first offense. He was fined $300, with $200 suspended, charged $35 in court costs and sentenced to 90 days in jail with 90 days suspended.

Ted Alan Paulsen, 66, pleaded guilty to the amended charge of disorderly conduct. He was charged $85 in court costs and sentenced to 180 days in jail with 180 days suspended.

Richard Charles Nimrocks Jr., 41, pleaded guilty to driving a motor vehicle while privilege to do so is suspended or revoked. He was fined $550, with $300 suspended, charged $35 in court costs and sentenced to 2 days in jail.

Kayla R. Hileman, 22, pleaded not guilty to the amended charge of disorderly conduct. She was found guilty and fined $100, with $100 suspended and charged $85 in court costs.

Xavier Robert Bartel-Matt, 21, pleaded guilty to driving a motor vehicle while privilege to do so is suspended or revoked. He was fined $500, with $450 suspended and charged $35 in court costs.

Madalyn Mae Campbell, 48, pleaded not guilty to the amended charge of negligent endangerment (substantial risk-death/serious bodily injury). She received a deferred imposition of sentence, was fined $100, charged $85 in court costs and sentenced to 365 days in jail with 365 days suspended.

Jeanette Rae Schouten, 33, forfeited a $50 bond and $35 in court costs for stop sign violation.

Roberta Tamcke, 42, pleaded guilty to driving under the influence of alcohol, first offense. She was fined $1000, with $400 suspended, charged $85 in court costs and sentenced to 180 days in jail with 179 days suspended.

William Isaiah Pablo, 19, pleaded guilty to possessing intoxicating substances while under the age of 21 (over the age of 18), first offense. He was fined $300, with $200 suspended and charged $85 in court costs.

Michael Leroy Hammond Jr., 36, pleaded guilty to basic rule, reasonable and prudent, first offense. He was fined $85.

Clifford Elwin Rockhill, 57, forfeited a $50 fine and $35 in court costs for improper passing in no-passing zone.

Jacob M. Cross, 27, pleaded guilty to partner, family member assault, causing reasonable apprehension of bodily injury in partner or family member, first offense. He was fined $100 and charged $85 in court costs.

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