August 6, 2020
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Several opt to plead guilty over a trial
Christopher Brian Reid has pled guilty to possession of a syringe, a Level 6 Felony (F6) and sentenced to 170 days suspended to 6 months probation. He earned 3 actual days credit. The sentence will be served consecutive to an F6 in another county.
Matthew Ryan Jones has pled to residential entry, an F6, and to criminal mischief, a B misdemeanor. On the entry charge, he was sentenced to 18 months with 12 months suspended to probation and 126/63 actual days on home detention. On the misdemeanor, he got 90 days to be served 90/45 days on home detention concurrently with the felony. He received credit for 27 days.
Sara L. Oblak has pled to nonsupport of dependent child, an F6, and sentenced to 18 months suspended to probation with 1 credit day. As a condition of probation, she must fulfill her child support obligations.
Zachariah D. Seal has pled to intimidation, an F6, and to resisting law enforcement. He received 18 months on the felony with 12 months suspended to probation and 174/87 days on home detention. On the resisting, he was sentenced to 180 days to be served as 174/87 days on home detention concurrent with the felony conviction. He received 3 days credit and was ordered to complete 40 hours of community service by May 15, 2021.
Francis Scott Dorn pled in 2 2020 cases to possession of meth, F6s and was sentenced to 180 days on both to be served concurrent to each other but consecutive to an F6 2018 case here in JC. He got credit for 54 days.
Tulio Ivan Espinosa de Los Monteros has pled guilty to auto theft, an F6, and sentenced to 636 days with 318 credit days.
William L. Lalone, Jr. has pled in 2 cases. In the first, he pled to auto theft, an F6, and resisting, an A misdemeanor. He received 534 days for the felony and 180 days for resisting to be served concurrently with each other but consecutively to the second case where he pled guilty to possession of meth, an F6. In that case, he received 18 months suspended to probation and was ordered to complete 40 hours of community service by Nov. 1, 2021.
William Ray Lynnn Johnson has pled guilty to domestic battery in the presence of a child less than 16, an F6. He was sentenced to 18 months, with 534/276 days to be spent on home detention with 3 days credit.
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