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Ionia County A District Court sentencings

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A District Court: Judge Raymond Voet

  • Jagara Bell, 39, of Redford, convicted March 30 of Driving While License Suspended. Sentenced to $ in costs and fines.
  • Jennifer Defrece, 45, of Ionia, convicted March 30 of No Insurance. Sentenced to $ in costs and fines.
  • George Cabrera, 41, of Wyoming, convicted March 30 of Driving While License Suspended-Second.  Sentenced to 25 days in jail.
  • Emily Anthony, 21, of Ionia, convicted March 30 of Operate-Unregistered Vehicle. Sentenced to $ in costs and fines.
  • Ethan Pennington, 17, of Belding, convicted Feb. 10 of Disorderly.  Sentenced to 60 days in jail, $25 in costs , 12 months probation.
  • Elizabeth Rood, 33, of Lake Odessa, convicted March 29 of Assault Or Assault And Battery. Sentenced to four days in jail, $1, in costs and fines, 12 months probation.
  • Rebecca Waggoner, 30, of Belding, convicted March 30 of No Insurance. Sentenced to $ in costs and fines.
  • Jessica Miller, 35, of Lowell, convicted March 30 of No Insurance. Sentenced to $ in costs and fines.
  • Brianna Skinner, 24, of Portland, convicted March 30 of No Insurance. Sentenced to $ in costs and fines.
  • Ashley Miller, 36, of Ionia, convicted March 30 of No Insurance. Sentenced to $ in costs and fines.
  • Shawn Theodore, 17, of Belding, convicted March 30 of Driving While License Not Valid. Sentenced to $ in costs and fines.
  • Melissa Mudget, 39, of Edmore, convicted March 30 of Driving While License Suspended. Sentenced to $ in costs and fines.
  • Aaron Straub, 22, of Belding, convicted March 30 of No Insurance. Sentenced to $ in costs and fines.
  • Lisa Wireman, 50, of Belding, convicted March 30 of Retail Fraud-Third Degree-Less Than. Sentenced to 14 days in jail, $75 in costs.
  • James Hankis, 30, of Saranac, convicted April 2 of Intentional Dissemination Of Sexual. Sentenced to days in jail, $ in costs and fines, 24 months probation; Motor Vehicle Tracking Device Violation. Sentenced to days in jail, $1, in costs and fines, 24 months probation.
  • Brian Goodsell, 40, of Belding, convicted April 6 of No Insurance. Sentenced to $ in costs and fines.
  • William Talley, 24, of Ionia, convicted April 6 of Operating-No License/Multiple License.  Sentenced to $ in costs and fines.
  • John Clemens, 31, of Belding, convicted April 12 of Disorderly.  Sentenced to $ in costs and fines.
  • Patrick Hendrick, 24, of Cedar Lake, convicted April 13 of Driving Reckless. Sentenced to one day in jail, $ in costs and fines; No Insurance. Sentenced to one day in jail, $ in costs and fines.
  • Kathryn Lake, 30, of Muir, convicted April 13 of Retail Fraud-Second Degree-$ Sentenced to one day in jail, $ in costs and fines.
  • James Rocha, 39, of Lansing, convicted March 9 of Operating While Intoxicated. Sentenced to one day in jail, $1, in costs and fines, 12 months probation.
  • Carrie Parsons, 51, of Lowell, convicted March 9 of Operating While Impaired. Sentenced to two days in jail, $1, in costs and fines, 12 months probation.
  • Christopher Piche, 38, of Ionia, convicted April 13 of Allowed A Suspended/Revoked Person.  Sentenced to $ in costs and fines.
  • Duane Fisher, 52, of Ionia, convicted April 13 of Retail Fraud-Third Degree-Less Than. Sentenced to $ in costs and fines, 6 months probation.
  • Randy Randall, 36, of Ionia, convicted April 13 of Disturbing The Peace. Sentenced to 12 months probation.

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Sours: https://www.sentinel-standard.com/story/news/courts//04/24/ionia-countydistrict-court-sentencings//

Woman pleads guilty to second-degree murder in Ionia County crash that killed state trooper

IONIA – A Utah woman pleaded guilty to murder and other charges Thursday in connection with a drunken driving crash that killed a Michigan State Police trooper last summer near Saranac.

Thomasina Shani Jones pleaded guilty to second-degree murder, driving with a high blood-alcohol content causing death, driving while intoxicated and driving on a suspended or revoked license in Ionia County Circuit Court, court records show.

Jones was driving a vehicle that crossed the center line on Grand River Avenue in Boston Township and collided with an oncoming police cruiser driven by Trooper Caleb Starr in July

Jones had a blood-alcohol level of , nearly three times the legal limit for driving, another trooper testified during her preliminary examination in December. Authorities said she was driving mph at the time of the crash.

Starr was en route to a low-priority call at the time of the crash, state police said. He died about three weeks later.

A diagnostic investigation of Starr’s patrol vehicle shows he was traveling at a steady speed, below the posted speed limit of 55 mph prior to the crash, then braked, significantly reducing his speed before the two vehicles collided, state police said.

Jones is from the Four Corners region in southern Utah, but she had been staying in Ionia County at the time of the crash.

Court records did not list a sentencing date for her.

The Associated Press contributed to this report.

Contact Ken Palmer at () or [email protected] Follow him on Twitter @KBPalm_lsj.

Sours: https://www.lansingstatejournal.com/story/news/local//09/24/woman-pleads-guilty-second-degree-murder-ionia-county-crash-killed-state-trooper//
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Michigan Supreme Court denies Ionia County case

LANSING, Mich. — The Michigan Supreme Court has denied reviewing a case involving an Ionia County sheriff’s deputy stopping an individual for speeding despite disagreements over what the correct applicable speed limit was.

The case would have been an appeal to the state’s Court of Appeals decision that the deputy incorrectly determined the speed limit to justify the stop, according to court documents.

In , the defendant was stopped by an Ionia County sheriff’s deputy for speeding on southbound Parsonage Road while driving at 43 miles per hour.

He was arrested after evidence obtained during the stop showed he was visibly impaired and for being a concealed pistol licensee in possession of a firearm while intoxicated.

A dissenting opinion of the state Supreme Court’s decision says the road did not have a southbound-posted speed limit, though there was a northbound-posted speed limit of 25 miles per hour.

A circuit court had originally determined that the deputy’s actions were “objectively reasonable” and not done in bad faith.

The Court of Appeals had determined that the legal speed limit – both northbound and southbound – was 55 miles were hour and that the driver had been going slower than that when he was stopped.

Read the Michigan Supreme Court’s full opinion here.

Sours: https://www.fox17online.com/news/local-news/ionia/michigan-supreme-court-denies-ionia-county-case
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