Tuscola County Courts: Dec. 17, 2016

District Court

Jessica Lynn Cox, 27, Millington, was charged with child abuse-second degree. A preliminary exam is set for Dec. 27.

Sarah Susanne Woodhull, 37, Caro, was charged with child abuse-third degree. A preliminary exam is set for Dec. 27.

Kristopher Mark Lynn, 25, Kingston, was charged with criminal sexual conduct-first degree (person under 13 years of age, defendant 17 years old or older), and criminal sexual conduct-second degree (person under 13 years of age, defendant 17 years old or older). A preliminary exam is set for Dec. 27.

Joseph Raymond Bailey, 38, Millington, was charged with child abuse-second degree. A preliminary exam is set for Dec. 27.

Jesse Emilio Chavez, Jr., 27, Fairgrove, was charged with assault by strangulation, interfering with electronic communication, domestic violence and operating while license suspended, revoked or denied-second or subsequent offense notice. A preliminary exam is set for Dec. 27.

Stephanie Marie Nelson, 28, Saginaw, was charged with assault with intent to do great bodily harm less than murder, assault with a dangerous weapon (felonious assault), possession of a controlled substance (analogues), possession of a controlled substance (narcotic/cocaine/methamphetamine/ecstasy)-second or subsequent offense notice and domestic violence. A preliminary exam is set for Jan. 3.

Dale Thomas Neumann, 47, Caro, was charged with possession of a controlled substance (marijuana)-second or subsequent offense notice, operating a motor vehicle without security and operating while license suspended, revoked or denied. A preliminary exam is set for Dec. 27.

Ryan Joseph Michalski, 33, Kingston, was charged with weapons-carrying concealed and possession of a controlled substance (marijuana). A preliminary exam is set for Dec. 27.

Suzanna Lynn Bragg, 38, Vassar, was charged with embezzlement-agent or trustee $1,000 or more but less than $20,000. A preliminary exam is set for Dec. 27.

Jeremy Curtis Bennett, Curtis Bennett, 26, Vassar, was charged with assault with a dangerous weapon (felonious assault). A preliminary exam is set for Dec. 27.

Nathan Daniel Bedell, 25, Millington, was charged with two separate counts of killing/torturing an animal, abandoning or cruelty to an animal and weapons-felony firearm. A preliminary exam is set for Dec. 27.

Michael Robert Inches, 29, Fairgrove, was charged with possession of a controlled substance (marijuana)-second or subsequent offense notice. A preliminary exam is set for Dec. 27.

Timothy Michael Graves, 39, Caro, was charged with possession of a controlled substance-second or subsequent offense notice and two counts of assaulting/resisting or obstructing a police officer. A preliminary exam is set for Jan. 3.

Sue Ann Tallman, 46, Caro, was charged with embezzlement of $1,000 or more but less than $20,000 from a non-profit or charitable organization. A preliminary exam is set for Jan. 3.

Eric Austin Hampel, 49, Caro, was charged with possession of a controlled substance (marijuana)-second or subsequent offense notice. A preliminary exam is set for Jan. 3.

Circuit Court

Cheley Dawn Demler, 24, Caro, was sentenced to 270 days (credit 10 days) for operating a vehicle while intoxicated-third offense notice-felony. She was also given 60 months probation, 480 hours of community service, received PA511 if eligible and was ordered to pay $1,758 in court fines and costs.

Frederick Thomas Englehart, Jr., 52, Caro, was given a delayed sentence for two charges. The first two charges were for assaulting/resisting/obstructing a police officer (credit three days for both counts) and sentenced to three days (credit three days) for domestic violence. He was also ordered to pay $1,726 for court fines and costs.

George David Moore, 57, Clifford, was sentenced to 90 days (credit three days) for possession of a controlled substance (marijuana)-second or subsequent offense notice, and credit three days for operating with the presence of a controlled substance. He was also given 12 months probation and ordered to pay $1,508 in court fines and costs.

David Allen McComb, 33, homeless, began serving 365 days (credit two days) sentence with jail time deferred for assaulting/resisting/obstructing a police officer. He was also given two years probation and ordered to pay $1,358 in court fines and costs.

Douglas Paul Stratton, 59, Deford, was sentenced to 90 days (credit 65 days) for possession of a controlled substance (analogues)-second or subsequent offense and 90 days (credit 65 days) for operating a vehicle while intoxicated. He also received PA511 if eligible and was ordered to pay $1,008 in court fines and costs.

Ronald Patrick Berger, 53, Fostoria, was sentenced to 365 days (credit two days) for operating a vehicle while intoxicated and given 60 months probation. He was also ordered to complete 480 hours of community service and pay $1,758 in court fines and costs.

Allen Herbert Marks Jr., 26, Vassar, was sentenced to 10 to 15 years in prison (credit 306 days) for three separate charges. The charges are criminal sexual assault-second degree and two counts of criminal sexual conduct-first degree (relationship). He was also given lifetime electronic monitoring, which is under advisement, and to serve each sentence concurrently. He was also ordered to pay $394 in court fines and costs.

Jessica Ann Mester, 34, Cass City, pleaded no contest to assaulting/resisting/obstructing a police officer and using an emergency 911 service for unauthorized purpose. A sentencing date is to be set.

Jason Dean Irons, 47, Silverwood, pleaded guilty to weapons-ammunition-possession by a felon. A sentencing date is to be set.

Rafael Ramirez, 43, Caro, pleaded no contest to domestic violence-third offense notice. A sentencing date is to be set.

Ryan Stuart Thornton, 24, Mayville, was sentenced to 365 days (credit 18 days) for assault by strangulation. He was also given 60 months probation and ordered to complete 480 hours of community service and pay $758 in court fines and costs.

Michael Orlando Morrison, 38, Vassar, was sentenced to 22 months to 15 years (no credit) for operating while license suspended, revoked or denied causing serious injury. He was also ordered to pay $258 in court fines and costs.

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