2013-06-20 / Community

District Court

Allen Michael Eichhorn,30, New Elm Street, Manistique, pled guilty in 93rd District Court to disorderly person (6/13). Assessed $50 statute fine, $50 state costs, $100 statute costs, $75 crime victim rights assessment, $275 total. He shall serve one day in the Schoolcraft County Jail with credit for one day served. Optional jail 30 days.

Christopher Charles Lockhart, 25, County Road 440, Manistique, was bound over from 93rd District Court to 11th Judicial Circuit Court on one count of malicious destruction of property $1,000-$20,000 and one count of operating while intoxicated (4/13).

Jeremy Scott Putman, 25, Quarry Road, Gulliver, charged with no operator’s license on person and defective equipment (6/13). Assessed $175.

David James Flores, 28, Walnut Street, Manistique, charged with rollerblading on a public sidewalk posted prohibited (6/13). Assessed $75.

James Edmund Stevens, 36, Lakeshore Drive, Escanaba, charged with cause/allow vehicle to be operated over height (6/13). Assessed $150.

Megan Marie Miljour, 33, Explorer Street, Gwinn, charged with driving 65 miles per hour in a 55 mph zone (5/13). Assessed $125.

George Mais Havlir, 22, Firethrone Ridge, Kalamazoo, charged with driving 45 miles per hour in a 35 mph zone (5/13). Assessed $125.

Michael Hoff Palm, 22, Johnson Road, Skandia, charged with driving 60 miles per hour in a 55 mph zone (6/13). Assessed $100.

Steven Michael Hank, 27, Riverside Drive, Sault Ste. Marie, charged with driving 60 miles per hour in a 55 mph zone (5/13). Assessed $100.

Cody Rodney-Ellis Schnurer, 24, Townline Road, Gulliver charged with driving 64 miles per hour in a 55 mph zone and defective equipment (6/13). Assessed $120.

Cheryl Lee Lampman, Iron Street, Negaunee, charged with driving 40 miles per hour in a 35 mph zone and expired license (6/13.) Assessed $275.

Timothy Alan Hutchings, 29, US-2, Manistique pled guilty in 93rd District Court to driving while license suspended second offense (5/13). Assessed $50 state costs, $150 statute fine, $75 crime victim rights assessment, $200 statute costs, $475 total. He shall serve one day in the Schoolcraft County Jail with credit for one day served. Optional jail 35 days.

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