Grundy County Circuit Court news

Lady Justice with court gavel

18-year-old Jeffrey Corbin of Trenton pleaded guilty to driving while revoked or suspended and was sentenced to 13 days in the Grundy County Detention Center, given credit for serving those days, and was required to pay $116 in court costs.

Corbin also pleaded guilty to another count of driving while suspended or revoked and an amended charge of careless and imprudent driving. He was fined $800 and was required to pay $116 in court costs and $50 to the Grundy County law enforcement fund.

Corbin was fined $10 after pleading guilty to a seat belt violation. Corbin pleaded guilty to a tobacco violation. A fine and court costs totaled $144.

Corbin also admitted violating his probation with sentencing set for September 27th.

59-year old Rogelio Olivo of Trenton pleaded guilty to an amended charge of second-degree property damage. Olivo was fined $250, required to donate $50 to the Grundy County law enforcement fund, pay $116 in court costs, and make $8,000 restitution.

53-year-old John McMillan of Jamesport pleaded guilty to driving while intoxicated and was put on probation two years, given credit for already serving two days of shock incarceration, and required to donate $50 to the Grundy County law enforcement fund. Another charge against McMillan was dismissed by the prosecution.

35-year-old Caleb Ingraham of Trenton pleaded guilty to an amended charge accusing misdemeanor third-degree domestic assault. Ingraham was put on two years probation. He was sentenced to 39 days of shock incarceration but was given credit for already serving those days. Ingraham also was required to pay $116 in court costs and $50 dollars to the Grundy County law enforcement fund and was to obtain a mental evaluation.

A Trenton man, Anthony Patti, pleaded guilty to passing bad checks. Patti was placed on two years probation, given five days of shock incarceration, and required to pay $116 in court costs and $353 in restitution.

A Trenton resident, Jessie Doolin, pleaded guilty to misdemeanor first-degree trespassing. Doolin was sentenced to six days in the Grundy County Detention Center, and given credit for time served. Doolin also was required to pay $50 to the Grundy County law enforcement fund and $116 in court costs.

Doolin also pleaded guilty to failure to display vehicle plates and a seat belt violation with fines and court costs totaling $106.

55-year old Terry Browning of Spickard, 30-year old Ronald Hines of Hale, 23-year old Brian Combs junior of Jamesport, 38-year old Shaunah Windorski of Trenton, Tyler King of rural Trenton, and 32-year old Jack Blackburn of Milan all waived preliminary hearings and were bound over to Division One of Grundy County Circuit Court.

Another charge against Blackburn was certified to heard in Division One.