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June 17 Law Day results listed

June 18, 2013

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The following cases were heard on the June 17 Law Day docket:

Boulais, Christopher, 36, Knob Noster, pleaded guilty to a felony bad check charge involving a check drawn on a non-existent account last September. Execution of a 7 year sentence was suspended and the defendant was placed on probation for 5 years with a requirement that he pay restitution on this and other checks.

Gerloff, Jerry, 25, Clarksburg, pleaded guilty to possession of methamphetamine, a charge arising from a March 8 arrest by Sedalia Police Officer Wes Flores. The defendant was sentenced to serve 5 years in prison and the State dropped persistent offender allegations.

Good, Charles, 38, Sedalia, pleaded guilty to DWI and was sentenced to 3 years in prison. Sedalia Police Officer Kevin Klein arrested the defendant November 8. The offense was a felony because the defendant has two previous DWI convictions. The Court retained jurisdiction to consider granting probation if the defendant completes a treatment program while in prison.

Hill, Christopher, 31, Sedalia, was sentenced to 7 years in prison after pleading guilty last month to four felony drug charges arising from two separate arrests in July of 2011.

Lewis, Marcus, 23, Sedalia, pleaded guilty to delivery of a controlled substance, possession of a controlled substance and felon in possession of a firearm. The charges stemmed from the execution of a search warrant at an apartment at 1900 W. 11th by the Sedalia Police Department’s S.T.I.N.G. Unit on July 8. The defendant was sentenced to serve 5 years in prison.

Limback, Sherwood, 46, Sedalia, pleaded guilty to possession of a controlled substance. Sedalia Police Officer Wes Flores found methamphetamine in the defendant’s pocket after arresting him on an outstanding warrant May 1. The defendant was sentenced to 3 years in prison.

Montgomery, Bennie, 45, Sedalia, was sentenced to 5 years in prison after pleading guilty to possession of a controlled substance. Sedalia Police Officer Wes Flores found a pipe with methamphetamine residue in the defendant’s shoe during a traffic stop April 10. The defendant’s probation on an earlier possession charge was also revoked due to this offense.

Newman, Roy, 44, Sedalia, pleaded guilty to DWI, a charge stemming from a March 9 arrest by Trooper Stephanie Schapp. The offense was a felony because the defendant has three prior convictions for similar offenses. He was sentenced to 5 years in prison. The Court retained jurisdiction to consider probation after 120 days if the defendant completes a treatment program while in prison.

Phillips, Lisa, 35, Sedalia, pleaded guilty to stealing by deceit, admitting she collected unemployment benefits between March of 2010 and October of last year by underreporting her income. She was placed on probation for 5 years with a requirement that she repay all benefits.

Sprinkle, Holly, 23, Sedalia, was sentenced to serve 120 days in jail for DWI, an offense committed January 10 when she attempted to avoid arrest by Sedalia Police Officer Jacob White. She entered a guilty plea earlier this month

Terry, Gabrial, 26, Sedalia, pleaded guilty to abuse of a child, admitting he struck a 4 year old child with a shoe September 2, using enough force to make a distinct shoeprint on the child’s face. Execution of a 7 year sentence was suspended and the defendant was placed on probation for 5 years with a requirement that he serve 120 days in jail as shock detention.

Vaughan, Taylor, 21, Sedalia, was sentenced to 2 years in prison for possession of a controlled substance. Sedalia Police Officer Kevin Klein found cocaine in the defendant’s possession during a March 9, 2012 traffic stop. She was placed in the Drug Court Program last November, but terminated from the program earlier this year.

Venable, Anthony, 29, Sedalia, pleaded guilty to leaving the scene of an accident and resisting arrest. On November 17, he left the scene of an accident at Broadway and Quincy. He ran from Pettis County Sheriff’s Deputies Brian Egbert and David Hockaday when they tried to arrest him for the offense December 4. The defendant was sentenced to serve 3 years in prison.

Williams, Cameron, 15, Sedalia, pleaded guilty to robbery in the second degree in connection with the November 5 robbery at the Sonic Drive-In on South Limit. The State recommended that he be admitted into the Division of Youth Services’ Dual Jurisdiction. The case was continued to August 5 for sentencing.

And on June 18, Rachael Wirtz, 19, pleaded guilty to providing a precursor chemical and possession of a controlled substance. On January 8, the defendant provided medication containing pseudoephedrine to David Todd knowing he would use the pills to make methamphetamine. When the defendant was later arrested for this offense, she had a baggie of methamphetamine in her mouth and another baggie in her clothes. She was sentenced to serve 4 years in prison.

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