Preliminary hearings were waived and three defendants saw their cases bound over to Division One of Grundy County Circuit Court next month.
23-year-old Tyler Clayton Ward of Trenton is facing four counts: unlawful use of a weapon, armed criminal action, resisting arrest, and tampering with physical evidence – all related to a November 12th incident. Ward also has a probation violation hearing scheduled February 9th on a previous charge of tampering with physical evidence from one year ago January 26, 2016.
Sacramento, California, resident 42-year-old Pheng Lee, is charged in Grundy County with two counts: possession of marijuana and the alleged intent to deliver or distribute a controlled substance on January 6.
33-year-old Brookfield resident, Mark Lucas Moore, faces felony charges of driving while his license was suspended or revoked as well as driving while intoxicated persistent offender — both on August 28th last year.
Following a hearing yesterday in the associate division of circuit court, probation was revoked on 42-year-old Joel Anthony Lepkosky of Trenton. He was sentenced to 60 days in the county jail.
Execution of the sentence was suspended and Lepkosky was placed back on probation for a year. He originally was charged with a misdemeanor of endangering the welfare of a child.