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Tuscola County Court News 11-29-2010

District Court
Terry Lee Edwards, 54, Cass City, is charged with controlled substance – possession of marijuana/spice/salvia; operating while intoxicated. Preliminary exam is set for Dec. 13.
Mark Allen Vandermeulen, 23, Sebewaing, is charged with breaking and entering a building; larceny from a motor vehicle; larceny in a building. Pretrial is scheduled for Dec. 6 and preliminary exam is set for Dec. 13.
Justin Henry Vandermeulen, 21, Sebewaing, is charged with breaking and entering a building; larceny from a motor vehicle; larceny in a building. Pretrial is scheduled for Dec. 6 and preliminary exam is set for Dec. 13.
Frederick August Klemm, Jr., 28, Caro, is charged with weapons – dangerous weapon, carrying with unlawful intent; sex offender – failure to comply with registration act; domestic violence, third degree. Pretrial is set for Dec. 6 and preliminary exam is set for Dec. 13.
David Jay Diener, Jr., 25, Vassar, is charged with police officer – assaulting/resisting/obstructing; controlled substance – (cocaine, heroin or another narcotic) less than 25 grams, second offense. Pretrial is set for Dec. 6 and preliminary exam is set for Dec. 13.

Circuit Court
Kimberly Sue Selden, 31, Reese, pleaded not guilty to motor vehicle – unlawfully driving away. Pretrial to be set.
Theodore Thomas Harper, 37, Mayville, was sentenced to 6 months delayed for operating while intoxicated – occupant under 16, second offense. He was ordered to pay $728 in costs and fines.
Michael Lynn Jones, 42, Caro, was sentenced to 365 days with 2 days credit, 90 days deferred, 60 months probation for operating while intoxicated, occupant less than 16. He was ordered to pay $3,628 in costs and fines.
Jason William Valentine, 32, Akron, was sentenced to 90 days with 1 day credit, 45 days deferred for domestic violence, habitual offender, second offense; 48 months probation for interfering with electronic communications. He was ordered to pay $2,681 in costs and fines.
Christopher James Hayost, 30, Sandusky, was sentenced to 1 year, 6 months – 20 years with 145 days credit for breaking and entering a building with intent, habitual offender, third offense; 1 year, 6 months – 4 years with 145 days credit for police officer – fleeing, 4th degree. He was ordered to pay $946 in costs and fines.
Aaron J. Mosack, 25, Gagetown, was sentenced to 1 year, 10 months – 15 year for public officer – assaulting/resisting/obstructing, causing injury, habitual offender, fourth offense. He was ordered to pay $128 in costs and fines.
Tyson N. Hoban, 34, Caro, was sentenced to 12 months delayed for interfering with electronic communications; 90 days deferred, 12 months probation, 90 days with 2 days credit for domestic violence. He was ordered to pay $981 in costs and fines.
Greg John-George Ralston, 31, Caro, was sentenced to 270 days with 5 days credit, 36 months probation, 100 days deferred on two counts of police officer – assaulting/resisting/obstructing; 93 days with 5 days credit for operating while intoxicated. He was ordered to pay $1,244 in costs and fines.
Benjamin James Booth, 36, Mayville, was sentenced to 12 months delayed for larceny, $1,000-$20,000. He was ordered to pay $1,181 in costs and fines.

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4 Responses to "Tuscola County Court News 11-29-2010"

  1. wtfovertuscolacounty says:

    since when is this a law, marijuana/spice/salvi ?? omg plz stop this, quit!

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  2. wtfovertuscolacounty says:

    i lolz every time i read this stuff. cept when my name is in them, then i cry in the corner of my cell while eating my delicious oatmeal…

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  3. wtfovertuscolacounty says:

    is it just me, but after looking over all of the preceding’s. does it not seem the judge is being bias in some cases if not all. There are many discrepancies among these trials and sentencing ‘… why? They will say it has to do with a sentencing score ratio and how many points you have cumulated.. wtf is this a credit score..? Why am I am being graded and not being treated as an individual case. well. money isn’t individual is it. it;s all pays the same, so pay up!

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  4. wtfovertuscolacounty says:

    anyone who lols at that pay or stay motto. just wait tioll its your turn. your mind will change once you go in front of our glorious Judaical staff, unless of course you golf or drink with them. then I am sure you will be fine.

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