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Posted by Randy on 2013/6/18 4:53:23 (599 reads) News by the same author

Division One of Grundy County Circuit Court saw a variety of cases.

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58-year old Sherrill Stotts of Chillicothe admitted violating her probation. The probation was revoked, and A four year prison sentence that previously was stayed
Must now be served. Sherrill Stotts was on probation on a charge accusing passing bad checks.

23-year old Willie Grimes IV of Trenton Admitted violating his probation. The probation was revoked, And grimes must serve a three year prison sentence that previously had been stayed. Grimes was on probation on a stealing charge.

18-year old Nickolas Pipes of Laredo withdrew prior pleas and pleaded guilty to two counts of second degree burglary. Judge jack peace suspended imposition of a sentence and put Pipes on probation for five years. He's required to make restitution. Pipes was accused of unlawfully entering structures at Laredo on February 5th. The structures were owned by North central Missouri mental health center and Bill and Dorothy meeker.

A first degree property damage charge accusing pipes with spraying a car with a fire extinguisher in February was dismissed by the prosecution. Charges accusing pipes with second degree trespassing and misdemeanor property damage in February also were dismissed by the prosecution.

22-year old Sharmyn Ceramist of St. Joseph pleaded guilty to a second degree burglary charge. She's to be sentenced August 8th. Ms. Ceradsky was accused of unlawfully entering the Brandon Norton residence in Trenton in April for the purposed of stealing. A charge accusing ms. Ceradsky with Misdemeanor third degree assault on Norton that same date was dismissed by the prosecution.

34-year old heather Marshall of rural Trenton pleaded guilty to charges accusing her with forgery and stealing, both in January. She's to be sentenced July 12th. Ms. Marshall was accused in the stealing charge of appropriating the Controlled substance phenobarbital owned by Bruce and Gayla whittle. The forgery count alleged an E-signature and a prescription for the Drug tramadol using a honey creek veterinary clinic account.

A charge accusing ms. Marshall with appropriating the Controlled substance diazepam owned by Bruce and Gayla whittle was dismissed.

21-year old Dustin McGee of Trenton admitted Violating his probation. The probation was continued with Additional conditions. McGee also was required to spend 48 hours in jail at his expense. McGee is on probation on Second degree burglary charges.
 

48-year old Rex Hagan of Cainsville withdrew a Prior plea and pleaded guilty to 13 counts of Possessing child pornography in may of last year in Harrison county. Judge jack peace sentenced Hagan to Six years in prison. The Harrison county charges were heard in Grundy county on a change of venue.

32-year old Michael Bosley of Trenton withdrew a Prior plea and pleaded guilty to first degree endangering the welfare of a child. Bosley was sentenced to three years in prison. He was accused of failing to provide medical attention to an eight year old child in July of last year. Charges accusing Bosley with child abuse and kidnapping in July of last year were dismissed by the prosecution. Bosley's plea was during a video conference while he was in custody at the Jefferson city correctional center.

23-year old Ronnie Stevens junior of Maysville Admitted violating his probation. The probation was revoked and Stevens was sentenced to three years in prison. He was on probation on a charge accusing him with stealing a firearm.

36-year old Lynn Shipley of Trenton was sentenced to Two years in prison after judge peace denied a motion for a An acquittal or new trial. A Grundy county jury, in march, found Shipley guilty of sexual misconduct by indecent exposure. The jury recommended Shipley be sentenced to two years in prison.

25-year old Jason clay of Trenton pleaded guilty to An amended charge of misdemeanor third degree domestic assault on Brittney Bess. Clay was sentenced to Six months in jail and given credit for time served.


20-year old miles Knapp of Trenton pleaded guilty to An amended charge accusing him with possessing the Controlled substance methamphetamine last December. Execution of a seven year prison sentence was stayed and Knapp was put on probation for five years. Knapp was required to spend 120 days of shock time in jail. He was given credit for time served.


38-year old happy sharp of Trenton pleaded guilty to Second degree domestic assault and operating a vehicle without a valid license. Execution of a four year prison sentence was suspended on each of those counts and sharp was put on probation for five years. He was required to spend 30 days of shock time in custody and given credit for
Time served. In the domestic assault charge, sharp was accused of choking Bethany miller. The charge accusing Sharp with operating a vehicle without a valid license said he previously was convicted of driving without a valid license Four times---once each in Grundy county in 2007, and Cass county, christian county, and st. Clair---all in 1997.

Charges accusing sharp with misdemeanor driving while his license was suspended, speeding 82 miles an hour in a 55 zone, speeding 75 miles an hour in a 60 zone, and two counts of Failure to wear a seat belt were dismissed by the prosecution.

20-year old Jackson Anderson of Trenton pleaded guilty to passing a check drawn on a
Non-existent bank account. Imposition of a sentence was suspended and Anderson was put on five years probation. He's required to pay restitution on all bad checks and serve
15 days of shock time in custody. Anderson was given credit for time served.

29-year old Laci Dunn of Trenton was allowed to withdraw a guilty plea to a charge accusing her with receiving a stolen pickup truck in march of last year. The case was continued to July 12th in division one of Grundy county circuit court. The charge was reduced from a felony to a misdemeanor.

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