Prison time ordered for several at Division One of circuit court in Trenton

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Numerous cases were processed Thursday in Division One of Grundy County Circuit Court which included prison time, probation, and the scheduling of jury trials.

Jennifer Boullion of Oxnard, California appeared by Polycom video and admitted to violation of probation. The probation was revoked. She was sentenced to serve time with the Department of Corrections: five years for felony possession of a controlled substance and four years for resisting or interfering with an arrest for a felony.  The sentences are to run concurrently.

Probation was revoked for Timothy Harding of Trenton after he admitted to a violation. A previous sentence was imposed that was six years for felony stealing of a firearm and four years for possession of burglary tools. The sentences are to be consecutively served with the Department of Corrections.

Trenton resident Levi Grant Bell was sentenced in two separate case filings for second-degree burglary. In each case, he received a seven-year sentence with the Department of Corrections.  Execution of the sentence was stayed and Bell was placed on five years probation. Also in each case, Bell was ordered to make restitution of $2,330 dollars and to pay $150 to the law enforcement fund.

Humphreys resident John Jackson Millar pleaded guilty to felony charge of operating a vehicle without a valid license – third and subsequent offense.  Millar was sentenced to three years with the Department of Corrections with the sentence to run concurrently with one issued in Sullivan County.

Donald Dale Suddarth of Trenton admitted to a probation violation. Probation was revoked and Suddarth was sentenced to four years with the Department of Corrections on a charge of violation of a protection order for an adult, second offense.

Brookfield resident Mark Lucas Moore pleaded guilty to a felony of driving while his license was revoked or suspended. Moore was sentenced to four years with the Department of Corrections. Execution of the sentence was suspended and he was placed on five years probation. A driving while intoxicated charge was dismissed by the state.

Leisure Lake resident Emily Heldenbrand was ordered to successfully complete a court-ordered detention with the Department of Corrections. The circuit court retains jurisdiction for 120 days. She originally was charged with possession of a controlled substance with her probation continued by the court.

Browning resident Missy Lynn Obey pleaded guilty to felony stealing. Imposition of sentence was suspended and she was placed on five years probation; ordered to make restitution of $4,362 dollars and to pay $300 to the law enforcement fund.

A resident of Ridgeway, Joan Mueller, pleaded guilty to an amended charge of misdemeanor endangering the welfare of a child in the second degree. She was placed on two years probation after the court suspended imposition of a sentence.

Terry Michael Delauder of Trenton pleaded guilty to unlawful possession, transport, manufacture, repair, or sale of an illegal weapon. Imposition of sentence was suspended and he was placed on five years probation. Delauder also is to donate $300 to the law enforcement fund. The state dismissed a drug possession charge.

Kimberly Ann Lewis-Minard of Trenton pleaded guilty to a drug possession charge. She was placed on five years probation after sentencing was suspended. A donation of $300 is to be made to the law enforcement fund. The state dismissed a charge of endangering the welfare of a child.

Camry Holsted of Leisure Lake admitted to a probation violation. Additional conditions were added to her probation including 20 hours of community service work. Her original charge was felony possession of a controlled substance.

Tristan Marie Greer of Trenton saw her probation get extended by one year along with requirements that involve electronic monitoring and to obtain treatment within 30 days. Her original charge was felony possession of a controlled substance.

Jeffrey Paul Hanna of Trenton pleaded guilty to one count of violation of an order of protection for an adult. He was sentenced to 14 days in jail and given credit for time served. A second similar charge was dismissed by the state. In another case, charges were amended to domestic assault in the fourth degree. A jury trial is December 19th.

Jury trials have been scheduled November 1st for Timothy Stubbs of Kansas City and Robert Eugene Ewing of Trenton. Stubbs has one count of criminal nonsupport while Ewing faces two counts of the same charge.

Carl Woodson May of Trenton has jury trials scheduled January 25th of next year on separate cases: unlawful use of drug paraphernalia, a misdemeanor; and possession of a controlled substance, felony case.