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Tama County Court News

September 6, 2013
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Tama County District Court

Before District court Judge Patrick R. Grady in Tama County District Court in Toledo: William Larence McCall Jr., 55, rural Tama, admitted violation of terms of probation. For three counts of driving while barred for which he received suspended jail sentences, each sentence was revoked. He was ordered to serve consecutive 30 day jail terms on each charge. In a separate case, McCall pled guilty to driving while barred and was sentenced to an additional 50 days in jail and fined $625. That sentences is also to be served consecutively. He was directed to appear to begin serving time on Sept. 1. He faced the latest charge on May 31 when he was arrested in the 300 block of Meskwaki Road by Meskwaki Nation Tribal Police Officer Michael German. Sedrick Nathan Keahna, 22, Marshalltown, pled guilty to willful injury causing bodily injury. He received a five year suspended prison sentence and was placed on probation for three years to the 6th Judicial District Department of Correctional Services. Keahna was also fined $750 which was suspended to enable him to pay victim restitution court records state. He was charged on July 15 with willful injury after a victim was found beaten and laying on a deck. The charge was filed by Meskwaki Nation Tribal Police Detective Craig G. Karr. Amanda Jean Short, 22, Toledo, pled guilty to a charge of possession of methamphetamine and two counts of child endangerment. She received a deferred judgement and was placed on probation for one year. Short was assessed civil penalties totaling $1,565 on the three charges. She was originally charged with prohibited acts and two counts of neglect of a dependent child after a search warrant was executed at her residence on Dec. 2, 2012. Toledo Police Officer Daniel Quigley charged officers found drug paraphernalia and a machete-style blade for which a child could have access during the search. Cody Jay Hennings, 22, rural Garrison, pled guilty to 1st offense drunken driving. He was sentenced to four days in jail with credit for two days already served, fined $1,250 and ordered to complete a 12-hour drinking drivers program. The court may wave one-half of the fine if Hennings provides proof he has obtained a temporary restricted driver's license. He was charged at Sherman Street and Iowa Highway 21 on May 18 by Dysart Police Officer Blake L. Waldrop. Jeffrey Ray Van Nevel, 31, Belle Plaine, was found in violation of terms of probation. Probation was not revoked, but Nevel was found in contempt of court and ordered to serve 31 days in jail. The sentence may be served in increments of at least four days each if approved by the Tama County Sheriff. A probation report listed 15 alleged violations involving not participating in probation programs and not paying court-ordered fees. Van Nevel was originally sentenced on July 19, 2012 on a 2nd offense drunken driving charge. Jose Gutierrez-Aguilera, 20, Marshalltown, entered a written guilty plea to driving while barred. He was sentenced to two days in jail and fined $625. Gutierrez-Aguilera was charged on May 9 at the junction of U.s highways 63 and 30 in Toledo by Tama County Deputy Sheriff Bruce Rhoads. Travis Aaron Davenport, 38, rural Tama, pled guilty to charges of 3rd offense drunken driving and eluding law enforcement. On the drunken driving charge, he was sentenced to five years in prison with placement to be in at the Lary Nelson Center or similar OWI program, fined $3,125 and his driver's license was revoked for six years. He was fined $625 for eluding. The charges were filed on June 9 on F Avenue by Tama County Deputy Sheriff Joe Quandt. Adam Dean Bingham, 18, rural Montour, entered a written guilty plea to 1st offense drunken driving. He received a deferred sentence, was assessed a $625 civil penalty, was directed to obtain a substance abuse evaluation and follow any treatment recommendations and to complete a 12-hour drinking drivers program. Bingham was charged in a County Attorney's information filed on Dec. 15, 2012. Ethan Kotouc, 21, rural Toledo, pled guilty to a charge of 3rd degree attempted burglary. He received a deferred sentence, was assessed $625 civil penalty and was placed on probation for one year to the 6th Judicial District Department of Correctional Services. Kotouc was charged after Toledo Police Officer Jeremiah Mussman discovered him allegedly trying to break-in an outer door of Shopko in Toledo using a hacksaw and Vicegrip-type pliers on May 23. Deralliac Jermaine Luckett, 36, Tama, entered a written guilty plea to driving while barred. He was fined $625. Luckett was charged on June 3 in the 200 block of U.S. Highway 63 by Tama Police Officer Jason Bina. Bruce Patrick Mask, 57, Traer, entered a written guilty plea to 2nd offense drunken driving. He as sentenced to 14 days in jail with credit for any item already served and fined $1,875. Mask was directed to pay daily sheriff's jail fees. He was charged on June 5 at 1st and Walnut streets in Traer by Tama County Deputy Sheriff Joe Quandt.

Tama County Magistrate Court

Before Magistrate Richard Vander Mey:

Francesca Angelique Papakee, 30, rural Tama, was found guilty of unlawful passing of a stopped school bus following trial. She was fined and assessed court costs totaling $281. She was charged on April 8 at the Arrowhead Mobile Home Park by Toledo Police. Cody Thomas Massengale, 27, Montezuma, failed to appeared for trial and was adjudged guilty of failure to obey a traffic light. He was fined and assessed court costs totaling $221. The charge was field by the Tama county Sheriff's Office.

Guilty plea, fine and court costs, agency filing charge-

Nicholas James horbach, 27, Tama, speeding 11 mph over speed limit $234. Meskwaki Nation Tribal Police

Before Magistrate Ann Kuhter:

Guilty pleas, fine and court costs, agency filing charge(s)-

Samee Ullolt Jung, 16, Cedar Rapids, speeding 11-15 mph over speed limit $168. Iowa State Patrol Brian William reeves, 26, Chelsea, disorderly conduct $148. Tama County Sheriff's Office Eduaro Pesina-Morales, 38, Tama, public intoxication, disorderly conduct $341. Tama Police Jason Allan Darter, 36, Conrad, possession of drug paraphernalia $224. Meskwaki Nation Tribal Police

Before Judge Patrick R. Grady:

Guilty plea, fine and court costs, agency filing charge-

Joseph Stephen Bice, 30, Bettendorf, public intoxication- plea agreement from original 1st offense drunken driving charge $625. County Attorney's information

Tama County Small Claims

Anaya LLC, Tama vs. Tammy Moritz, Toledo, possession of 301C No. 17, Toledo Midland Funding LLC, Cedar Rapids vs. Sandra Utterback, a resident of Tama County $635 CACH LLC, Des Moines vs. Susan L. Rutledge, Dysart $1,637 P.T.I. Rental, Dysart vs. Jamie Welsh, rural Tama $1,875 Hauge Associates Inc., Sioux Falls, S.D. vs. Michael L. Theilen and Elizabeth Theilen, Traer $545 Portfolio Recovery Associates LLC, Des Moines vs. Tamara Pierce, Gladbrook $1,574

Arrested for cheating at gambling Oscar Ortega Rios, 47, has been accused of "capping bets" at the Meskwaki Bingo • Casino. Rios, with addresses of Nevada, Iowa, and Cushing, Texas, in court records, was charged after allegedly adding chips to his bets after the hands were in play at about 2 a.m. on Aug. 24. He is accused of doing this three times within 10 minutes by Meskwaki Nation Tribal Police. Rios was arrested and taken to the Tama County Jail in Toledo. He was released on $5,000 surety bond posted on Aug. 25.

 
 

 

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