Courthouse News 3/26

Courthouse News
    Divorce
    Trenton Patterson and Shawnda Patterson.
    Belinda S. Hoefs and Peter J. Hoefs.
    Marriage
    Noland Dale Shireman, Jr., Beardstown and Connie Sue McColez, Beardstown.
    Jimmy Bunguandji Mabwaka, Beardstown and Juidth Bosonga-Tofeko, Beardstown.
    Property
    Wells Fargo Bank National Association Trustee, Banc of America Alternative Land Trust to EXR LLC, Lot 4, Blk. 84, Beard and Ware's.
    Mary Jean Carls, executor, Milton Carls estate to Mary Jean Carls, Trustee and Michael E. Carls, Sec.1T17R11, Sec.17T17R10, Sec.19T17R11, Sec.25T17R11, Sec.30T17R10.
    Donald R. and Judith A. Rhoads to Ross E. and Sarah M. Brockhouse, Sec.36T18R10.

Cass County Court
    Lucas M. Savage, 25, of Winchester plead guilty to the charge of criminal trespass to vehicle. Savage was placed on 12 months probation, sentenced to three days jail with credit for three days served, ordered to pay all court costs, and granted time to pay.
    Chase M. Taylor, 23, of Beardstown plead guilty to the charge of battery. Taylor was placed on 12 months court supervision, sentenced to two days jail with credit for two days served, fined in the amount of $300 plus costs, and granted time to pay.
    Cayden A. L. Eskew, 20, of Ashland plead guilty to the charge of theft under $500. Eskew was fined in the amount of $500 plus costs and granted time to pay.
    Kaleb O. Miller, 18, of Rushville plead guilty to unlawful possession of firearm and unlawful possession of firearm without Requisite Firearm Owner's Identification. Miller was placed on 12 months court supervision, sentenced to 35 days jail with credit for 35 days served, ordered to pay all court costs, and granted time to pay.
    Adam T. Rice, 50, of Beardstown was charged with domestic battery. The charge was dismissed with leave to reinstate on motion of the people.
    Kevin Sieving, 42, of Ashland plead guilty to the charge of disorderly conduct. Sieving was placed on six months court supervision, fined in the amount of $200 plus costs, and granted time to pay.
    David A. Armstrong, 52, of Oakford plead guilty to the amended charge of possession of cannabis more than 30 grams but less than 500 grams. Armstrong's second count of unlawful production of cannabis sativa plant was dismissed. Armstrong was placed on 24 months second chance probation, fined in the amount of $2,500 plus costs, and granted time to pay.

    State’s Attorney Ramon M. Escapa reports the following action was taken in the Schuyler County Circuit Court before the Honorable Scott J. Butler:
    Jonaser Suarez Castaneda, 29 of Beardstown entered a plea of guilty to driving on suspended license, was ordered to pay fines and costs totaling $1,535.
    On a previous plea of guilty to domestic battery, Jason M. Cook, 28, of Rushville was sentenced to 90 days jail, placed on 18 months conditional discharge, and ordered to pay fines and costs totaling $2,067. Following the admission to the allegations of a petition to revoke supervision, Cook was resentenced to 18 months conditional discharge and ordered to pay fines and costs as previously ordered.
    Stacy A. Sitze, 41, of Mt. Sterling entered a plea of guilty to driving under the influence of alcohol, was sentenced to 20 days jail, placed on 24 months probation, and ordered to obtain an alcohol evaluation and successfully complete any recommended treatment, pay fines and costs totaling $3,793 and shall not consume any alcohol or be in any establishment which serves alcohol by the drink.
    Following the admission of the allegations of a petition to revoke supervision for the offense of driving under the influence of drugs, Jaron M. Mathena, 19, of Beardstown, had his supervision revoked and was re-sentenced to 18 months conditional discharge and ordered to serve 60 days jail and pay all fines and costs as previously ordered.
    Tyler A. Prather, 19, of Rushville entered a plea of guilty to unlawful possession of cannabis and unlawful possession of alcohol, was placed on 18 months court supervision, ordered to perform 10 hours of community service and pay fines and costs totaling $2,072.
    State’s Attorney Ramon M. Escapa reports the following action was taken in the Schuyler County Circuit Court before the Honorable Alan D. Tucker:
    Whitney N. Bolinger of Rushville entered a plea of guilty to expired registration, fined $120.
    Nicole M. Franklin, 37, of Rushville entered a plea of guilty to driving while suspended and ordered to pay fines and costs totaling $709.

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