2018-09-06 / Courts

86th District Court

Chief Judge, Michael S. Stepka • Judge, Thomas J. Phillips

Ronald S. Patterson, 59, of 876 Kelly St., Traverse City — Sentenced after pleading guilty to disturbing the peace; 30 days in jail to be held in abeyance; ordered not to consume or be in the possession of alcohol, illegal drugs or nonprescription medications; provide a list of prescription medications to the court; ordered not to behave in a violent, threatening, intimidating or harassing manner toward anyone; must be respectful of all court employees, service and/o care providers; attend, cooperate and complete Anger Management Class; must have no contact with victims; may go into residence one time to remove personal items, in a timely manner; $775 fines and costs with restitution to remain “open”; 365 days probation.

Jodi M. Slaby, 47, of P.O. Box 621, Suttons Bay — Sentenced after pleading guilty to a probation violation; to serve 120 days in jail; $125 court-appointed attorney fees; probation continued.

Susan M. Shields, 63, of 1042 W. Harbor Hwy., Maple City — Preliminary hearing waived; pleaded not guilty at Circuit Court arraignment to welfare fraud of $500 or more and fraud/failure to inform the state of greater than $500 in income.

Robert E. Champagne, Jr., 56, of 19220 Hampton St., Riverview — Sentenced after pleading guilty to operating while intoxicated; to perform three days community service in lieu of six days in jail; must not consume or be in the possession of alcohol or other illegal drugs; not to use or possess any illegal drugs or non-prescription medications; must not enter bars, casinos or any establishment that serves alcohol bu the glass; not behave in a violent, threatening, intimidating or harassing manner toward anyone; must be respectful of all court employees and/or/care providers; must attend and complete an Adult Highway Safety Program and Impact Panel; secure appropriate grief counseling in local area; take and pas twice daily PBTs with benchmark urine screening today; $1,150 fines and costs; 365 days probation.

Ronald M. Korson, 77, 944 S. Herman Rd., Suttons Bay — Pleaded guilty to possession of a firearm while under the influence of alcohol; alcohol and drug assessment ordered; bond continued; sentencing set for Oct. 2.

Ryan R. Grant, 40, of 8470 Bent Pine Dr., Lake Ann — Sentenced after pleading guilty to use of a controlled substance; to perform five days community service in lieu of 10 days in jail; ordered not to consume or be in the possession of alcohol, illegal drugs or non-prescription medications; provide a list of prescribed drugs to the court; must not enter bars, casinos or any establishment that services alcohol by the glass; must not behave in a violent, threatening, intimidating or harassing manner toward anyone; must be respectful of all court employees; attend two 12-step program meetings per week and obtain a sponsor within 60 days; take and pass random alcohol testing twice monthly and drug tests four time per month; $1,300 fines and costs; 730 days probation.

William M. Ullenbruch, 25, of 226 E. Ninth St., Traverse City — Sentenced after pleading guilty to second-offense operating while impaired; to perform five days community service in lieu of 10 days in jail; ordered not to consume or be in possession of alcohol, illegal drugs or non-prescription medications; must not enter bars, casinos or any establishment that serves alcohol by the glass for other than work purposes; must not behave in a violent, threatening, intimidating or harassing manner toward anyone; be respectful of all court employees, service and/or care providers; must attend, cooperate and complete a Skills Group program; must take and pass once daily PBTs and drug testing twice monthly; $1,250 fines and costs; 730 days probation, may ask to be released from probation in 365 if doing well.

Sara K. Barber, 25, of 9902 McPherson Rd., Millington — Pleaded guilty to reckless driving and drunk and disorderly; alcohol and drug assessment ordered; may travel to Ohio Sept. 14-17; to be sentenced Sept. 18.

Carol J. Stowe, 54, of 6484 E. Duck Lake Rd., Lake Leelanau — Sentenced after pleading guilty to operating under the influence of liquor; to perform four days community service in lieu of eight days in jail; must not consume or be in the possession of alcohol, illegal or nonprescription medications; must provide a list or prescription drugs to the court; must not enter bars, casinos or any establishment that serves alcohol by the glass; must not behave in a violent, threatening, intimidating or harassing manner toward anyone and be respectful of all court employees, service and/or harassing manner toward anyone; must attend two 12-step program meetings per with and obtain a sponsor within 60 days; attend, cooperate and complete an Impact Panel and Relapse Prevention Group; take an pass PBTs twice daily; $1,250 fines and costs; 365 days probation.

Joseph G. Winowiecki, 37, of 10161 E. Hilltop Rd., Suttons Bay — Defense will notify court this week as to whether the preliminary hearing will be held or waived.

Joseph L. Raphael, 47, of 11220 E. Odetomin Rd., Suttons Bay — Pleaded guilty to one of two charges of seconddegree retail fraud; to pay restitution in both cases; pre-sentence investigation ordered; bond continued; sentence pending.

Judith L. Nicholls, 60, of 10739 Woodwind Dr., Interlochen — Pleaded guilty to attempted second-degree retail fraud; pre-sentence investigation ordered; ordered to sign a release for probation office to obtain information from Munson Behavioral Health; bond continued; to be sentenced Oct. 2.

Amy E. Godwin, 30, of 2210 S. Jefferson, Bay City — Pleaded guilty to a bond violation; bond increased from $1,000 to 10 percent $25,000; pretrial set for Tuesday.

Julie A. Brundige, 30, or 720 S. Elmwood St, Traverse City — Pleaded not guilty at arraignment to operating without security; bond continued; pretrial set for Sept. 18.

Erick Romain, 31, of 6539 E. Willow Pointe Rd., Lake Leelanau — Sentenced after pleading guilty to failure to report an accident; to perform four days community service in lieu of eight days in jail; order not to consume or be in the possession of alcohol, illegal, or nonprescription medications and provide a list of prescribed drugs to the court; must not behave in a violent, threatening, intimidating or harassing manner toward anyone; be respectful of all court employees, service and/or care providers; obtain a substance abuse assessment and submit to discretionary alcohol/drug screening; benchmark screening today; if positive then drug and alcohol screening four times per month; $805 fines and costs; 270 days probation.

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