Jonathan Davis of Trenton has withdrawn prior pleas and plead guilty to two counts of 2nd degree burglary. Judge Jack Peace sentenced Davis to six years in prison, to run concurrently with a sentence given in Mercer County.
Davis was accused of unlawfully entering at building owned by Barnes Greenhouses at Trenton in February for the purpose of stealing.
Davis was accused of burglary at Midwest Precision Soils in rural Trenton in February for the purposed of stealing.
Charges accusing Davis with 3 counts of stealing, unlawfully operating an ATV, 2nd degree burglary, and attempted secondary burglary were dismissed by the prosecution.
Thirty-five year old Daniel Byrnes of Trenton admitted violating his probation. The probation was revoked, a stay was set aside, and a 5 year prison sentence was executed. Byrnes had been on probation on a charge accusing him with endangering the welfare of a child by introducing drugs into his body and being unresponsive in a motel room where his infant daughter was on a bed with no one to care for her.
Twenty-seven year old Jacob Dennis of Trenton admitted violating his probation, the probation was revoked, and a five year prison sentence was ordered executed. It will run concurrently with a sentence in Lafayette County. Dennis was on probation on a second degree burglary charge.
Twenty-three year old Travis Vasey, with addresses listed at Milan, Galt, and Harris, admitted violating his probation. The probation was revoked, and a 4 year prison sentence was ordered executed. Vasey was on probation on burglary and stealing charges.
40 year old James Bradley Drake of Warrensburg pleaded guilty to stealing 2 flat screen televisions, appliances, and a sofa owned by James Vencill Drake and Mary Drake. James Bradley Drake was given 5 years probation after execution of a 4 year prison sentence was stayed.
The prison time was to have run concurrently with a Johnson county case. A charge accusing James Bradley Drake with second degree burglary at the James Vencill Drake and Mary Drake property was dismissed by the prosecution.
Twenty-one year old Colton Matthews of Milan pleaded guilty to second degree burglary and 1st degree tampering. Imposition of a sentence was suspended and Matthews was put on probation for 5 years. He will also to pay full restitution. If the restitution is disputed, a hearing is to be held.
Matthews was accused of unlawfully entering a building at Trenton owned by Jack McNabb Jr. for the purpose of stealing. Matthews also was accused of unlawfully operating two 4-wheelers and a dirt bike.
Twenty-seven year old Patrick Graves and 22 year old Kimberly Miller-Graves, both of rural Grundy County, plead guilty to receiving stolen property. Both were put on five years probation. They are required to make restitution. Patrick Graves also is to complete a 3rd circuit supervisory program. They were accused of receiving stolen property owned by Mildred, Harold, and Bradley Perry; Manuel Quintana; Shelly and Jack Anderson; and
Thirty year old Nicole Webster of rural Trenton pleaded guilty to possession of the controlled substance morphine last month. Imposition of a sentence was suspended and Ms. Webster was put on probation for five years. She is also to complete a third circuit supervisory program.
Forty-five year old David Wilson of Trenton pleaded guilty to fraudulent use of a debit card to obtain cash and make purchases. Imposition of a sentence was suspended and Wilson was put on probation for five years. He will have to pay full restitution of more than $1,600.
Twenty-four year old William Calivere of Trenton admitted violating his probation. The probation was continued, with conditions he serve 6 days of shock time in jail at his expense, and pay $100.
Twenty-four year old William Gott of Trenton admitted violating his probation. The probation was extended a year. He's also to make a $200 monthly payment.
Twenty-eight year old Colin Ferguson admitted violating his probation. The probation was continued with an added condition he successfully complete a 3rd circuit supervisory program, observe a curfew from 10 at night until 6 in the morning, and not associate with 3 other persons.
Ninetten year old Nathan Brewer of Jamesport admitted violating his probation. The probation was continued with additional conditions of successfully completing outpatient drugs and alcohol treatment, and having a curfew from 10 at night until 6 in the morning.
Thirty-three year old Daniel Betz of Trenton is to have a one-day jury trial on Friday, January 10th on charges accusing him with 2nd degree burglary, possessing equipment with altered identification numbers, and careless and imprudent driving. Betz is accused of unlawfully entering a building at Trenton owned by Robert Ellis for the purpose of stealing.
Betz also is accused of knowingly possessing a dirt bike which had its original vehicle identification number destroyed. In addition, he has been accused of careless and imprudent driving, charges stemming from when a dirt bike overturned on Route C.
A charge accusing 40 year old Adam Bentz of Springfield of non support of two children was dismissed by the prosecution.