Grundy County Circuit Court busy at latest session

Gavel on desk in courtroom

It was a busy day in the latest session of Grundy County circuit court.

46-year-old Kimberly Maxwell of Trenton waived a preliminary hearing and was bound over to Division One of circuit court on charges accusing her of unlawful use of a firearm, armed criminal action, second-degree assault on Tyler King, and stealing a handgun belonging to King on September 9th.

25-year-old Tyler King of Trenton faces charges of unlawful use of a weapon and armed criminal action on September 9th. King waived a preliminary hearing earlier this month in Associate Division and was bound over to division one.

58-year-old Linda Wilcox of Spickard waived a preliminary hearing in Associate Division and was bound over to Division One on a charge accusing her with possessing a controlled substance.

31-year-old Dorothy Archuleta of Meadville waived a preliminary hearing in Associate Division and was bound over to Division One on a charge accusing her with possessing a controlled substance.

St. Joseph resident, Valerie Fraser, waived a preliminary hearing and was bound over to Division One of Grundy County circuit court on a charge accusing her with two counts of forgery.

Stanley Lovell of Laredo admitted violating his probation and was sentenced to 30 days incarceration. He was given credit for 12 days served.

Probation was revoked for 18-year old Jeffrey Corbin of Trenton with Judge Steve Hudson sentencing Corbin to 60 days incarceration, crediting him for serving eight days, suspended execution of the sentence, and put Corbin back on probation for two years.

21-year-old Kelsey Millar of Trenton pleaded guilty to an amended charge of passing bad checks. She was sentenced to eleven days in the Grundy County Detention Center and given credit for time served. She’s required to pay restitution.

A Leisure Lake resident, Jazmyn Black, pleaded guilty to unlawful use of drug paraphernalia and was put on one-year probation. She’s required to make a $50.00 donation to the Grundy County law enforcement fund.

Ms. Black also pleaded guilty to an amended charge of traffic-related defective equipment and was fined $200. Plea agreements were involved in both cases involving Ms. Black.

Richard Cornwell of Spickard pleaded guilty to unlawful use of drug paraphernalia and was sentenced to ten days in the Grundy County detention center. He was given credit for serving two of those days.

Cornwell also pleaded guilty to displaying the motor vehicle plates of another person, failure to register a motor vehicle, and a financial responsibility violation involving a motor vehicle. He was sentenced to two days in jail on those counts but given credit for already serving the days.

Cornwell pleaded guilty to driving while suspended or revoked and was fined $150. He also pleaded guilty to a seatbelt violation and was fined ten dollars.

Justin Hamilton of Trenton pleaded guilty to three counts of driving while revoked or suspended and was put on probation for two years. He was given two days of shock incarceration on each count and required to pay $30 a day in boarding costs. Hamilton also pleaded guilty to two counts of operating a motorcycle without a valid driver’s license and was put on two year’s probation.

John Woodland of Trenton pleaded guilty to an amended charge of careless and imprudent driving and was put on probation for two years. Woodland is required to pay a $78 recoupment fee and donate $50 to the Grundy County law enforcement fund.

A Trenton resident, Claude Hutchinson, withdrew a prior plea and pleaded guilty to an assault charge.

Hutchinson was put on probation for one year and required to donate $50 to the Grundy County law enforcement fund.