6/4/2018 1:29:00 PM Sentences include one man who opted for trial
Karen Sue Brooks has pled to possession of meth and sentenced to 545 days to be served on home detention for 18 months consecutive to the case below. She received credit for 3 days.
In the second case, she pled to the same charge and received the same sentence and credit days.
Eric J. Sobieck has pled to nonsupport of a dependent child, a D felony and sentenced to 2 years suspended to 23 months probation to be served consecutive to an L5F from 2015 in Starke County. He was given 9 credit days.
Matthew Blaine Wolf has pled to possession of meth and of a syringe, both L6Fs. He was sentenced to 9 months suspended to 9 months on probation on both charges to be served consecutive to each other. He received 3 credit days. He must complete 40 hours of community service by Feb. 5, 2019.
Dawn Marie Roberts pled to possession of meth, an L6F, and of marijuana, an A misdemeanor, and sentenced to 18 months on the meth and 1 year on marijuana to be served on home detention concurrent to each other. She received 3 days credit.
Tequilla Dawn Redford has pled to unlawful possession of a legend drug, an L6F, and sentenced to 1 year suspended to probation. She received 4 days credit and must complete 40 hours of community service by Jan. 5, 2019.
Christina L. Rodgers has pled to maintaining a common nuisance, an L6F, and sentenced to 545 days suspended to 1 year probation. She received credit for 61 days. She was ordered to complete 70 hours of community service by Oct. 5, 2018.
Richard A. Sharp went to trial and was found guilty of operating a vehicle while intoxicated endangering a person, an A misdemeanor. The court reviewed the pre-sentence report and found aggravating factors to be 3 prior felony convictions and 5 prior misdemeanor convictions. Mitigating factors were that he is a high school graduate, an honorably discharged veteran and that he has serious health issues. He received credit for 2 actual days. Driving privileges suspended 90 days.