Marshalltown man receives suspended, 10-year prison term
Before Tama County District Court Judge Stephen B. Jackson Jr. in Toledo:
Salvador Buenrrostro-Fonseca, 41, Marshalltown, was sentenced to suspended term of 10 years in prison and had a $1,000 fine suspended on March 9. He pled guilty to a charge of lascivious acts with a child on Feb. 10. Buenrrostro-Fonseca was placed on probation of three years to the 6th Judicial District Department of Correctional Services, assessed a $250 civil penalty and was directed to pay a $10 registration fee for the sex abuser register. He was accused in an incident which occurred on Nov. 7, 2011, in Garwin, involving an eight-year-old child. The charge was filed by Tama County Deputy Sheriff Joe Quandt. Larry Martin Davenport, 34, rural Tama, pled guilty to 2nd degree harassment in a plea agreement. He was sentenced to 21 days in jail with credit for 21 days already served and had a $315 fine suspended. Davenport was directed to pay up to $60 per day for sheriff’s jail charges. He was originally charged on Dec. 21, 2011, with 1st degree harassment and 3rd degree theft. Tama Police reserve Officer Jamie Youngbear charged Davenport threatened to kill an individual when going to a residence on East 5th Street and allegedly stole a plasma television valued at $600. Kevin Ray Stull Jr., 19, Toledo pled guilty to a charge of 3rd degree sexual abuse. He was granted a deferred judgement and was placed on probation for three years to the 6th Judicial District Department of Correctional Services. A $1,000 civil penalty as suspended. It was noted in court records Stull is not required to register on the sex offender registry. He originally faced two counts of 3rd degree sexual abuse for incidents which allegedly occurred on July 31 and August 1, 2010, involving a 13-year-old. The charges were filed by Toledo Police Officer Brian Randall. Oscar Chavarria-Valencia, 18, Toledo pled guilty to driving while license suspended. He was fined $1,000. He was charged in a County Attorney’s information filed June 11, 2011. John Thomas Davio, 37, Tama, received a deferred judgement on March 8 for 2nd degree arson. He pled guilty on Jan. 12. Davio was placed on probation for four years and a $1,000 civil penalty was suspended. He was directed to pay $1,000 restitution to Greenview Terrace Apartments, Tama. Davio was originally charged on Dec. 4, 2010, with 1st degree arson for allegedly lighting his couch on fire and then leaving his apartment at Greenview Terrace, a 24-unit complex on Tama’s west side. The charge was filed by Tama Police Officer Kimberly Schwartz. Ryan Martin Smith, 30, Iowa Falls, pled guilty to possession of marijuana. Judgement was deferred and he was placed on unsupervised probation and directed to pay a $315 civil penalty. He was charged on Oct. 1, 2011, at U.S. Highway 63 at 200th Street following a traffic stop of a vehicle in which he was a passenger. The charge was filed by Tama County Deputy Sheriff Trevor Killian.
Tama County Magistrate Court
Before Magistrate Ann Kuhter:
Guilty pleas, fine and court coasts, agency brining charges:
Craig Allen Peters, 65, Gladbrook, parking violation $148. Tama County Sheriff’s Office Nicholas Paul Hayek, 18, Ankeny, trespassing while hunting coyote $170. State Conservation officer. Cory John Kroeger, 41, Montour, operate a dirt bike without a helmet $220. State Conservation officer. Christina Ann Frimml, 23, Tama, allow dog to run at-large $148. Tama Police Pauline Elizabeth Baughner, 55, Ottumwa, disorderly conduct $148. Meskwaki Nation Tribal Police Steve Michael Johnson, 46, Tama, defective muffler $107. Toledo Police
Small Claims Veridian Credit Union, Waterloo vs. Wesley Stanek Jr., Buckingham $3,983 Sunrise Hill Care & Rehab Center, Traer, vs. Darron Jacobs, Traer $580