Judge Jack Peace revokes probation and imposes prison time for several defendants in circuit court

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Judge Jack Peace revoked probation for several individuals, imposing prison time in the latest session of circuit court at Trenton.

31-year old Ricky Shoemaker, with addresses in Trenton and Mercer, pleaded guilty to drug charges and was sentenced to 19 years in prison. That’s in addition to a 10-year prison sentence he received in Mercer county last month on a charge accusing him with possession of a controlled substance.

Shoemaker was accused in Grundy County of possessing Methamphetamine with intent to distribute, deliver, or sell it. He also was accused of possession of a controlled substance and delivery or possession of a controlled substance at a jail.

Judge Jack Peace requested Shoemaker be put in a one-year substance abuse treatment.

28-year old Casey Russell of Trenton admitted violating probation. The probation was revoked and Russell received 6 years in prison.

29-year old Jade Mock of rural Trenton admitted violating probation. The probation was revoked and Ms. Mock received 5 years in prison. Court records say the sentence is to run consecutively with a sentence in Livingston County and other sentences.

23-year old Sara Sparks, with addresses in Milan and Des Moines, admitted violating probation. The probation was revoked and Ms. Sparks received 4 years in prison.

32-year old Cassandra Brewer of Trenton admitted violating probation. The probation was revoked and Ms. Brewer received 4 years in prison.

17-year old Samuel Lawson of Chillicothe admitted violating his probation. The probation was revoked and Lawson was sentenced to 3 years in prison.

A Trenton resident, Daniel Harding, was sentenced to 3 years in prison after previously admitting to violating his probation.

19-year old Tanner Ward, with addresses in Cameron and Trenton, pleaded guilty to unlawful use of a weapon and received 5 year’s probation. Ward is to pay $300 to the law enforcement restitution fund.

18-year old Avery Hietpas of Leisure Lake pleaded guilty to possession of a controlled substance and received 5 years probation. She’s required to pay $300 to the

Law enforcement restitution fund. She also pleaded guilty to failure to display valid plates on a motor vehicle and was fined $50.

48-year old Misty Smith of Trenton was put on 5 years probation, required to spend ten days of shock incarceration, and given credit for time served. She’s to pay $200 to the law enforcement restitution fund and $200 restitution.

She previously pleaded guilty to three counts of possession of a controlled substance.

32-year old Dorothy Archuleta of Trenton admitted violating her probation. The probation was continued with additional conditions and Judge Jack Peace requested

Ms. Archuleta be put in court-ordered detention. Judge Peace retains jurisdiction for 120 days.

20-year old Jordan Farmer of Trenton admitted violating probation. The probation was continued with additional conditions and Judge peace requested Ms. Farmer be placed in a court ordered detention sanction. Judge Peace retains jurisdiction for 120 days.

Probation was continued with additional conditions for 49-year old Carol Smart of Spickard who previously admitted violating probation. Ms. Smart is required to complete outpatient treatment as recommended.

46-year old Kimberly Maxwell of rural Trenton withdrew a prior plea and entered an Alford plea of guilty of discharging or shooting a firearm at a person. Sentencing is February 9th.

22-year old Camry Holsted of Leisure Lake withdrew a prior plea of guilty to possession of a controlled substance. Sentencing is February 9th.

A Trenton resident, Janice Wynne, pleaded guilty to possession of a controlled substance. Sentencing is February 9th.

A Spickard resident, 58-year old Linda Wilcox, is to have a two-day jury trial on a charge accusing her with possession of a controlled substance. The trial is to begin April 4.