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June 18 Law Day results listed

June 21, 2012

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Judge Robert L. Koffman heard the following cases on the June 18 Law Day docket:

Auntley, Tevin, 18, Sedalia, pleaded guilty to delivery of less than 5 grams of marijuana, admitting that in October, he sold marijuana. Pettis County Sheriff’s Deputies served a search warrant at the defendant’s home on Prospect in mid-October and found a small amount of marijuana, drug paraphernalia, and money. Execution of a 7 year sentence was suspended and the defendant was placed on probation for 5 years with requirements that he serve 60 days of shock detention and perform 120 hours of community service work.

Curd, James 18, Sedalia, pleaded guilty to the felony of stealing in connection with the January 26 theft of a cell phone near 17th and Vermont. Curd knocked the owner to the ground, took the phone and ran. Sedalia Police Officers found the defendant several blocks away. He was sentenced to serve 3 years in prison.

Fletcher, Stephen, 46, Sedalia, pleaded guilty to domestic assault in the second degree, admitting he struck and injured his girlfriend during an argument November 27. He was sentenced to serve one year in jail.

Hedderich, Jason, 18, Sedalia, pleaded guilty to burglary and stealing, charges filed in connection with break-ins at two home and thefts from four vehicles in December and January. He was placed on probation for 5 years on the felonies and ordered to pay restitution. He was sentenced to serve 120 days in jail on the misdemeanors.

Hunzinger, Ashley, 26, Warrensburg, pleaded guilty to possession of a controlled substance and tampering in the first degree. Trooper Daren Belardo arrested the defendant March 31 after finding her stopped on Highway 50 with a pickup recently stolen in Warrensburg. The trooper found methamphetamine in the defendant’s possession. Execution of a 5 year sentence was suspended and the defendant was placed on probation for 5 years with a requirement that she serve 90 days in jail as shock detention.

Kennedy, Jessica, 28, Sedalia, pleaded guilty to felon in possession of a firearm and possession of a controlled substance. Pettis County Sheriff’s Det. Mark Morgan arrested the defendant November 25 after finding her in possession of a handgun and codeine. She was sentenced as a persistent offender to 10 years in prison.

Lemaire, Timothy, 23, Sedalia, pleaded guilty to driving while revoked, a felony due to his prior convictions. He was sentenced to serve 2 years in prison.

Maberry, James, 24, Sedalia, pleaded guilty to burglary and stealing in connection with May 3 incident at the old Rhone-Poulenc building on Randall Road. Sheriff’s Deputies found the defendant leaving the building with copper wire and other scrap items. Execution of a 7 year sentence was suspended and the defendant was placed on probation for 5 years with conditions that he serve 60 days of shock detention, pay restitution and perform community service work.

Rivas, Aidan, 38, Green Ridge, was sentenced to 4 years in prison on a charge of felon in possession of a firearm. Pettis County Sheriff’s Deputy Curtis Hammond learned that the defendant possessed a handgun during a January 10 disturbance. The defendant’s prior felony conviction makes it illegal for him to possess any firearm.

Schoenthal, Terry, 33, Sedalia, pleaded guilty to stealing, a charge filed in connection with a November 6 theft from Walmart. The case was continued for sentencing.

Vratney, Peter, 31, Green Ridge, pleaded guilty to fraudulent use of a credit device and forgery. The charges arose from the October theft of a credit card from a person with whom the defendant worked. He then used the card to charge $836 in purchases at Walmart. He was sentenced to serve 240 days in jail.

Woolery, Russell,47, Sedalia, pleaded guilty to possession of a controlled substance. Sedalia Police Officer Michael Elwood found hydrocodone in the defendant’s possession on February 27. The case was continued to July 2 for sentencing.

On June 21, 2012, Vadim Mishchuk, 24, pleaded guilty to possession of a controlled substance and two counts of delivery of a controlled substance. The defendant sold oxycodone to an undercover Missouri Highway Patrolman on December 16, 2010 and January 4, 2011. When the Sedalia Police Department’s S.T.I.N.G. Unit served a search warrant at the defendant’s home January 5, 2012, officers found four oxycodone pills in his pocket. He was sentenced to serve 8 years in prison.

Also on June 21, Saline County Associate Judge Hugh Harvey heard the following Pettis County felony cases:

German, Ronnie, 20, Sedalia, was sentenced to serve 7 years in prison on charges stemming from two separate arrests. He was arrested December 5 on charges of possessing methamphetamine and marijuana. A traffic stop on February 14 led to the issuance of a search warrant for the defendant’s home. In the defendant’s vehicle and home, Sedalia Police Officers found about two pounds of marijuana, four grams of methamphetamine, two firearms, drug paraphernalia, and records regarding drug sales. At a contested sentencing hearing, the prosecutor recommended 12 year sentences and the defendant asked for probation.

Hinkel, Michael, 46, Buffalo, was sentenced to 2 years in prison on two counts of leaving the scene of a motor vehicle. The defendant caused two accidents on South Limit November 8, 2012 as he was driving a large truck and he failed to stop after both collisions. At a contested sentencing hearing, the State recommend four year sentences and the defendant requested probation.

Stiffarm, Zachary, 19, Sedalia, was placed on probation with a suspended sentence of 10 years on three felony charges filed in connection with a February 16 investigation by the Sedalia Police Department. The S.T.I.N.G. Unit served a search warrant at the defendant’s home on South Osage and found both growing and dried marijuana totaling about half a pound. The defendant was ordered to serve an additional 60 days of shock detention and perform 120 hours of community service work.

–Submitted by Pettis County Prosecuting Attorney Jeff Mittelhauser

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