Plea agreements were involved when cases were processed this week in the associate division of Grundy County Circuit Court. Each was accepted by the court.
Forty eight year old Kimberly Kay Jacobs of Trenton pleaded guilty to peace disturbance second or subsequent offense. Ms. Jacobs received a 90 day jail sentence. Executionof the sentence was suspended and she was placed on two years probation. One of the conditions was to serve 32 days in jail in which Ms. Jacobs was credited with doing so.
Twenty four year old Jonathon Bradley Woods of Trenton pleaded guilty to charges of trespassing on railroad property and a misdemeanor of resisting a deputy sheriffs’ attempt to arrest him– both January 13th. In each case, Woods was sentenced to 12 days in the Grundy County Jail and given credit for serving the time.
Forty two year old Joel Anthony Lepkosky, who listed a Cameron address in court, pled guilty to endangering the welfare of two children under the age of 17 on January 26th.
Imposition of sentence was suspended and he was placed on two years of probation.
Lepkosky also was ordered to donate 50 dollars to the Grundy county law enforcement fund, pay court costs, and provide a safe and clean home environment for the children.
After admitting to probation violation, 27-yearold Kenny W. Roberts, whose most recent address in court records is LaBelle, Missouri, was sentenced to 90 days on each of five counts of passing bad checks in Grundy County. Execution of the jail sentence was suspended and Roberts was placed on two years probation. He’s to make restitution of 12 hundred 52 dollars to the crime victims fund.