Tuscola County Courts: December 2, 2016

District Court

Eric Jason Hoffman, 38, Mount Morris, was charged with possession of a controlled substance (marijuana)-second or subsequent offense notice and operating with the presence of a controlled substance. A preliminary exam is set for Dec. 5.

Scott Andrew Hindenlang, 34, Mayville, was charged with three counts of criminal sexual conduct-first degree (person under 13, defendant 17 years of age or older) and eight counts of criminal sexual conduct-second degree (person under 13, defendant 17 years of age or older). A preliminary exam is set for Dec. 19.

Cassaundra Lin Salvador, 23, Sebewaing, was charged with delivery/manufacturing of a controlled substance (schedules 1, 2 and 3 except marijuana) and possession of a controlled substance (analogues). A preliminary exam is set for Dec. 5.

Robert Howard Bailey, 60, Kingston, was charged with criminal sexual conduct-first degree (personal injury) criminal sexual conduct-assault with intent to commit sexual penetration and four counts of criminal sexual conduct-second degree (personal injury). A preliminary exam is set for Dec. 12.

Nicole Sue Davis-Shelters, 33, Vassar, was charged with uttering and publishing and forgery. A preliminary exam is set for Dec. 12.

Jason Ernest Whittie, 34, Mayville, was charged with three counts of child abuse and three counts of child abuse-third degree-committed in the presence of another child. A preliminary exam is set for Dec. 12.

Juanita Jessie Huizar, 32, Caro, was charged with tampering with electronic monitoring device. A preliminary exam is set for Dec. 12.

Arek Jonathan-Taylor Creason, 21, Cass City, was charged with three counts of criminal sexual assault-third degree (person 13-15). A preliminary exam is set for Dec. 12.

James William Bonam, 21, Brighton, was charged with larceny-$1,000 or more but less than $20,000 and stolen property-receiving and concealing-$1,000 or more but less than $20,000.  A preliminary exam is set for Dec. 5.

Circuit Court

Dominique Jaylee Freeman, 20, Otisville, pleaded no contest to financial transaction device-illegal sale/use. A sentencing date is to be set.

Michael Norman Jacques, 35, Millington, pleaded guilty to license documents/plates-forgery. A sentencing date is to be set.

Nichole Rachel Tomassetti, 24, Caro, pleaded guilty to possession of a controlled substance (cocaine, heroin or another narcotic) less than 25 grams. A sentencing date is to be set.

Tyler Alexander Zaborney, 20, Caro, pleaded no contest to assaulting or obstructing a public officer and possession of a controlled substance (marijuana). A sentencing date is to be set.

Michael Orlando Morrison, 38, Vassar, pleaded guilty to operating while license suspended, revoked or denied-causing injury. A sentencing date is to be set.
James Lloyd Burpee, 43, Caro, was sentenced to 365 days (credit 137 days) for domestic violence-aggravated and 365 days (credit 137 days) for domestic violence-aggravated. He was also ordered to pay $1,735 in court fines and costs.

Steven Edward Crosby, 27, Caro, was sentenced in two separate cases. In the first, he was sentenced to 60 months to 25 years (credit 145 days) for assault with intent to do great bodily harm less than murder and ordered to pay $250 in court fines and costs. He was also sentenced to 365 days (credit 160 days) for assault by strangulation and 93 days (credit 160 days) for domestic violence to be served concurrently with the other sentence. He was also given five years probation and ordered to pay $308 in court fines and costs.

Michael Norman Jacques, 35, Vassar, was sentenced in two separate cases. In the first, he was sentenced to 365 days (credit 28 days) for weapons-carrying concealed. He was given five years probation, eligible for PA511 and ordered to pay $1,508 in court fines and costs. He was also sentenced to 365 days (credit 28 days) for each count of purchase/possession of ephedrine/pseudoephedrine to make methamphetamine and 365 days (credit 28 days) for conspiracy to commit purchase/possession of ephedrine/pseudoephedrine to make methamphetamine to be served concurrently to the previous sentence and jail time deferred. He was also given five years probation, eligible for PA511 and ordered to pay $862 in court fines and costs.

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