Greene County district court, week ending July 12

In Greene County district court rob Jonathan Herridge, 24, of Jefferson was sentenced to five years in prison after he pleaded guilty to a charge of failure to affix a tax stamp. The prison term was suspended and he was placed on probation for three years. He must undergo a substance abuse evaluation and complete any recommended treatment at his own expense. Herridge was fined $750 with a $262.50 surcharge; both were suspended. He must pay a $125 Law Enforcement Initiative surcharge, a $10 drug abuse resistance education (DARE) surcharge, $1,200 restitution for his court appointed attorney’s fees and $216 court costs. Charges of child endangerment and possession of marijuana with intent to deliver were dismissed. (Sentencing: Honorable Joseph B. McCarville)

Edward Eugene Goff St, 39, of Jefferson was sentenced to a term not to exceed five years in prison after he changed his plea to guilty to a charge of theft- second degree. The prison term is concurrent to terms in other cases. Goff was fined $750 with a $262.50 surcharge; both were suspended. He does not have to pay restitution for his court appointed attorney’s fees due to incarceration. He must pay a $125 LEI surcharge and $833.06 court costs. (Sentencing: McCarville)

A judgment for a $100 fine with a $35 surcharge was entered against Larry Dean Bush, 53, of Churdan after he pleaded guilty to a charge of assault- simple, amended from child endangerment causing bodily injury. He must pay $600 restitution for his court appointed attorney’s fees and $111.35 court costs. (Sentencing: McCarville)

Cole Jadon Eischeid, 19, of Carroll was sentenced to two days in jail after he changed his plea to guilty to a charge of possession of marijuana. The jail time was suspended and he was placed on unsupervised probation for one year. He must undergo a substance abuse evaluation and complete any recommended treatment at his own expense. Eischeid was fined $315 with a $110.25 surcharge, a $10 DARE surcharge and a $125 LEI surcharge. Court costs were $226. (Sentencing: McCarville)

Shane Detlef Coil, 28, of Jefferson was sentenced to two years in prison after he changed his plea to guilty to a charge of driving while license barred. The prison term was suspended and he was placed on informal probation for two years. He was fined $625 with a $218.75 surcharge. Court costs were $100. (Sentencing: McCarville)

Jackie D. Cram, 23, of Jefferson was sentenced to two years in prison after she changed her plea to guilty to a charge of driving while license barred. The prison term was suspended and she was placed on probation for two years. She was fined $625 with a $218.75 surcharge. She must pay $500 restitution for her court appointed attorney’s fees and $100 court costs. (Sentencing: McCarville)

Persons pleaded not guilty at arraignments as follows: Leslie Christine Miller, 23, of Jefferson, possession of marijuana; Troy Michael Shaw, 26, of Harcourt, possession of heroin; Jesus Moises Zuniga Jr, 19 of Jefferson, conspiracy to deliver marijuana and obstructing prosecution; Brian Gary Brotherson, 54, of Lake View, possession of methamphetamine; Noah Adam Bowen, 17, of Jefferson, burglary- second degree; Justin Bryant Rule, 18 of Clay Center, KS, operating while intoxicated- first offense; Jerry Jeff Kennedy, 38, of Dallas Center, possession of marijuana; Aretina Pearl Jackson, 39, of Des Moines, possession of marijuana; and Bret Allen Dudley, 41, of Scranton, OWI- second offense. Trial dates were set for Sept. 25 for all defendants except Zuniga. His trial date was set for Aug. 21.

Cases were initiated in district court during the week ending July 12 as follows: Cameron Neal Sercy, 21, of Boone, OWI- first offense; Brodrick James Greer, 20 of Ankeny, OWI- first offense; Jody Lyn Schad, 43, of Jefferson, theft- second degree and driving while license barred; and Brittany Ann Neal, 24, of Scranton, driving while license barred.

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