2012-10-25 / News

Circuit Court

Nathan Lee St. John, County Road E, Green Valley, Wis., pleaded guilty in 11th Judicial Circuit Court to breaking and entering a building with intent (12/11). He was sentenced to serve eight months in jail with credit for one day served applied. He was also assessed $68 state minimum fee, $130 crime victim fee, $5,550 restitution, $300 court costs, $300 attorney fee, $250 jail fee, $6,598 total.

James John Chase, River Road, Manistique, pleaded guilty in 11th Judicial Circuit court to home invasion third degree and aggravated assault. He was sentenced to serve three months in jail on the assault charge with 15 days to be served immediately. The balance will be held over 12 month’s probation. A one year delay of sentence was assessed on the home invasion charge. Combined fines and fees were assessed as follow: $121 state minimum fee, $205 crime victim fee, $300 court costs, $200 costs, $826 total.

Matthew Allen Salter, 23, Fifth Street, Manistique, pleaded guilty in 11th Judicial Circuit Court to assaulting a police officer (7/12). He was sentenced to serve 11 months in jail with credit for 82 days served applied. Three months are to be served immediately with the balance held over 18 months probation. He was assessed $68 state minimum fee, $130 crime victim fee, $300 court costs, $300 attorney fees, $250 costs, $1,048 total.

Haleigh Erin Smith, 18, River Street, Manistique, pleaded guilty in 11th Judicial Circuit Court to operating motor vehicle on suspended revoked license causing serious injury (7/11). She was sentenced to serve 12 months in jail with five months to be served immediately with the balance held over 12 months probation. She was assessed $68 state minimum fee, $130 crime victim fee, $4,111.88 restitution, $300 court costs, $300 attorney fees, $200 costs, $5,109.88 total.

Kevin Karl Tasson, Janro Road, Negaunee, Mich, pleaded guilty in 11th Judicial Court to controlled substance violation - maintaining a drug house (6/12). He was sentenced to serve four months in jail with credit for five days served applied. He also was assessed $68 state minimum fee, $130 crime victim fee, $300 court costs, $300 attorney fees, $200 costs, $998 to-

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