Before Judge Marsha A. Bergan in Tama County District Court in Toledo: Jesse Daniel Lasley, 21, rural Tama, pled guilty to a charge of child neglect. He was sentenced to seven days in jail with credit for seven already served and fined and assessed surcharges totaling $844. A no contact order with the victim was issued. Lasley was charged on Aug. 25 when he was allegedly involved in an argument involving pushing of another person while he was holding a child. The charge was field by Meskwaki Nation Tribal Police Officer Jacob Molitor. Gregory Lloyd Proctor, 54, Toledo pled guilty to operating a vehicle with an expired driver's license. He was fined $150. Proctor was originally charged with driving while license revoked on Oct. 18, 2012, in the 2400 block of 245th Street. The charge was field by Tama County Deputy Sheriff David Rangel.
Before District Court Judge Nancy A. Baumgartner in Tama County District Court in Toledo: Jacob Lee Catherwood, 20, rural Garwin, pled guilty to possession of methamphetamine. He was sentenced to 14 days in jail, fined and assessed surcharge totaling $425, and directed to pay a $125 Law Enforcement Initiative surcharge and a $10 DARE surcharge. Catherwood was charged on Aug. 20 by Meskwaki Nation Tribal Police Officer Matt Wedeking. Phoebe Blanche Kapayou, 19, rural Tama, pled guiilty to two counts of possession of nitrous oxide. She was fined $315 on each charge and sentenced to five days in jail to be served concurrently. Kapayou was given credit for five days already served. The jail term was also concurrent with a separate sentence for violation of terms and conditions of a deferred judgment received on a previous charge of possession nitrous oxide. Kapayou was charged on May 4 when stopped for traffic violations and again on May 6 when allegedly found in possession of several hundred nitrous oxide cartridges. The charges were field by Meskwaki Nation Tribal Police. Ren Verlyn Corral, 21, rural Tama, pled guilty to possession of drug paraphernalia. He was fined $65. He was charged on Jan. 11 after admitting to police he smoked marijuana with friends in an apartment on the 1000 block of North Broadway in Toledo. Toledo Police Officer Jeremiah Mussman filed the charge. Anisha Janae Dye, 23, Toledo, pled guilty to possession of marijuana. She received a deferred sentence, was assessed a $315 civil penalty and was placed on unsupervised probation. She was directed to complete a substance abuse evaluation and follow any recommendations. Dye was charge on June 22 by Tama County Deputy Sheriff Trevor Killian. Brett William Steuhm, 41, Tama pled guilty to two charges of driving while barred - habitual offender. On each count he was sentenced to a suspended, two-year prison term and a $625 fine was also suspended. He was placed on probation for two years and directed to pay a $300 probation supervisory fee. Steuhm was charged on Dec. 9, 2012, at 5th and Jackson streets by Tama Police Officer Jamie Youngbear and on Jan. 16, 2013, at Ross and South West streets by Toledo Police Officer Jeremiah Mussman. Juan Manuel Ochoa-Magallon, 56, Waterloo was sentenced to 10 days in jail and fined $1,875 on a charge of 2nd offense drunken driving. He pled guilt earlier on July 25. Ochoa-Magallon was charged on April 27 at 110th Street and U.S. Highway 63 by Tama County Reserve Deputy Sheriff Casey Schmidt. Anthony Alexander Perry, 43, Tama, entered an Alford plea to a charge of assault causing bodily injury - domestic abuse - strangulation. An Alford plea does not admit guilt by the defendant but recognizes enough evidence exists to likely result in a conviction in court. Perry was sentenced to five years in prison with all but two suspended, given credit for two days already served and fined $750. His driver's license was suspended for six years. He was also placed on probation for three years to the 6th Judicial District Department of Correctional Services and directed to pay a $300 probation enrollment fee. He was originally charged with assault his wife in the 400 block of East 3rd street in Tama in July or August of 2012 by Tama County Deputy Sheriff Bruce Rhoads. The court record notes the assault came two weeks after he was arrested for breaking in a door to their residence. Tammy Jennette Clark, 49, Toledo, received a deferred judgment and was placed on probation for two years on a charge of delivery of a controlled substance, hydrocodone. A $1,000 ciivil penalty was suspended and she was placed on probation fro two years. She was directed to pay $300 probation supervisory fee. Clark was charged on Feb. 5 after allegedly selling 10 hydrocodone pills to another person for $50. Two charges of child endangerment were also filed because children were present during the transaction according to the court record. The charges were filed by Toledo Police Chief Bob Kendall.
Nathan Taylor vs. Jill Taylor
Tama County Magistrate Court
Before Magistrate Richard Vander Mey:
Guilty pleas, fines and court costs, agency filing charge(s)-
Kay Lee Neville, 17, Tama, reckless driving $170. Tama Police Naw Za Thawng, 31, addresses Columbus Junction and Marshalltown, disorderly conduct $148. Meskwaki Nation Tribal Police Alexah Mauskemo, 19, rural Tama, possession of drug paraphernalia $148. Toledo Police
Before Magistrate Ann Kuhter:
Guilty plea, fine and court costs, agency filing charge(s)- Jason Thomas Weida, 43, Traer, disorderly conduct, public intoxication $296. Tama County sheriff's Office
Before Judge Marsha a. Bergan:
Guilty plea, fine and court costs, agency filing charge(s)-
Gregory Lloyd Proctor, 54, rural Clutier, improper use of registration $335. Tama County Sheriff's Office
Tama County Small Claims
Charles Richard Osborn Jr., Atlantic City, N.J. vs. Brett Steuhm, rural Garwin, possession of 1532 260th St., Garwin by Sept. 167 Stein-Hrabak Floor Covering LLC, Toledo vs. Brandon Dvorak, rural Toledo, $537 Portfolio Recovery Assoc. LLC, Des Moines vs. Heather Zach, rural Toledo $1,272 Marv and Sharon Pippert, Dysart vs. Jason Dunegan, Marshalltown $550