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Daily Record, Dec. 29, 2012

December 29, 2012
Times-Republican

New Arrivals

Matt and Paula Pisney, of Marshalltown, are the parents of a son, Ethan Jon Pisney, born at 7:18 p.m. on Dec. 7 at Marshalltown Medical & Surgical Center weighing 6 pounds, 2 ounces and measuring 19.75 inches in length. Grandparents are David and Pat Pisney, of Atkins, and Jon and Sharon Burggraaf, of Clinton.

Marshall County Courthouse

Court

Thursday

Ivan Carbajal, of Waterloo, made an initial appearance on a failure to appear for arraignment charge. The public defender's office was appointed to handle his case. The arraignment hearing is rescheduled for 1 p.m. on Jan. 3. Bond will continue as posted until the conclusion of the case.

Branden Collins, 407 N. 13th Ave., made an initial appearance on a possession of a Schedule I controlled substance-marijuana charge and possession of drug paraphernalia charge. The public defender's office was appointed to handle his cases. The preliminary hearing is set for 1 p.m. on Jan. 15. Collins was released on his own recognizance. The court ordered as a condition of release that he obtain a substance abuse evaluation and submit the results to the court within 60 days.

Heather Bell, 510 N. 15th Ave., made an initial appearance on a theft-fifth degree charge. She pleaded not guilty and the public defender's office was appointed to handle her case. A pre-trial conference is set for 9 a.m. on Jan. 29 in Magistrate Court. Bond is set at $300 cash or surety.

Jacob Lawrence Hansen, address unknown, made an initial appearance on two counts of a probation revocation charge. The public defender's office was appointed to handle his cases. The probation revocation hearing is set at 1:30 p.m. on Jan. 11. Bond is set at $5,000 cash only.

Ashley Lynn Carrillo, 2431 233rd St., made an initial appearance on a ongoing criminal conduct charge and four different counts of a burglary-third degree charge. The public defender's office was appointed to handle her cases. The preliminary hearing is set for 1 p.m. on Jan. 15. Bond will continue as posted until the conclusion of the cases.

Matthew Clayton Slifer, 312 E. Boone St., made an initial appearance on a possession of drug paraphernalia charge, a driving under suspension charge and a insufficient number of headlamps charge. He pleaded guilty on all counts. On possession of drug paraphernalia charge the fine was $65 with a $22.75 surcharge, a $125 law enforcement initiative surcharge, a $10 DARE surcharge and $60 in court costs for a total of $282.75, due immediately. The court allowed for monthly installment payments of $50 beginning Jan. 25 until the debt is paid or in lieu of the fine and surcharge he may do 12 hours of community service plus pay the law enforcement surcharge, the DARE surcharge and court costs to be completed by June 30. The fine on the driving under suspension was $250 with a $87.50 surcharge and $60 in court costs for a total of $397.50, due immediately. The court allowed for monthly installment payments of $50 beginning Jan. 25 until the debt is paid or in lieu of the fine and surcharge he may do 46 hours of community service plus pay court costs to be completed by June 30. The insufficient headlamps was a scheduled fine of $30 with a $10.50 surcharge and $60 in court costs for a total of $100.50, due immediately.

Friday

Rudy Allen Davis, address unknown, made an initial appearance on a failure to appear for sentencing charge. Marshon Dubbert will continue to represent him until the conclusion of this case. The sentencing hearing is rescheduled for 11 a.m. on Jan. 16. Bond will continue until his appearance on Jan. 16.

Nicholas Streeter, address unknown, made an initial appearance on a operating while intoxicated charge. The public defender's office was appointed to handle his case. The preliminary hearing is set for 1 p.m. on Jan. 16. Streeter was released on his own recognizance. The court ordered that he obtain a substance abuse evaluation and submit the results to the court within 60 days of today's date.

Brandon Lee Raske, 202 S. 9th St., made an initial appearance on a theft-fourth degree charge. The public defender's office was appointed to handle his case. The preliminary hearing is set for 1 p.m. on Jan. 16. Raske was released on his own recognizance.

Nathan Bruce Mielke, of Toledo, made an initial appearance on a no insurance charge, a interference with official acts charge, a operating while intoxicated charge and a possession of marijuana-first offense charge. Mielke will hire his own attorney. The preliminary hearing is set for 1 p.m. on Jan. 16. Mielke was released on his own recognizance. The court ordered that he obtain a substance abuse evaluation and submit the results to the court within 60 days.

Ryan Randy Mielke, of Waterloo, made an initial appearance on a interference with official acts charge and a public intoxication charge. He pleaded guilty to both charges. On the interference with official acts charge the fine was $250 with a $87.50 surcharge and $60 in court costs for a total of $397.50, due immediately. The fine on the public intoxication charge was $65 with a $22.75 surcharge and $60 in court costs for a total of $147.75, due immediately. The court allowed for monthly installment payments of $50 beginning Jan. 25 until the debt is paid.

Anna Elizabeth Tapia, 1312 W. Church St., made an initial appearance on a theft-fifth degree charge. She pleaded guilty and the judge gave her a deferred sentence. Tapia was placed on unsupervised probation for one year with the conditions: obey all laws, pay the $125 law enforcement initiative surcharge and court costs of $60 for a total of $185, due immediately and restitution if applicable.

Patrick Stansberry, of Ames, made an initial appearance on a violation of a no-contact order charge. Kevin O'Hare will represent him in this case before the court. The contempt hearing is set for 1:30 p.m. on Jan. 18. Stansberry was released on his own recognizance. A no-contact order was issued for the protected party.

Michael Sullivan, 1301 W. Madison St., made an initial appearance on a theft-fifth degree charge. He pleaded guilty and the judge gave him a deferred sentence. Sullivan was placed on unsupervised probation for one year with the conditions: obey all laws, pay the $125 law enforcement initiative surcharge and court costs of $60 for a total of $185, due immediately and restitution if applicable. The court allowed for monthly installment payments of $50 until the debt is paid.

Alyssa Paglia, 2406 Eagle Ridge, made an initial appearance on a theft-fifth degree charge. She pleaded guilty and the judge gave her a deferred sentence. Paglia was placed on unsupervised probation for one year with the conditions: obey all laws, pay the $125 law enforcement initiative surcharge and court costs of $60 for a total of $185, due immediately and restitution if applicable.

Marshalltown Police Department

Incidents

On Thursday, Matthew Clayton Slifer, of Tama, was arrested for possession of drug paraphernalia.

On Thursday, Caitlyn Christine Shiek, 1007 Ratcliffe Dr., was arrested for operating while intoxicated-first offense.

On Dec. 13, Dustin Dean Umbaugh, of State Center, was arrested for driving while barred.

Accidents

On Thursday, a car driven by Matthew James Faught, 3202 S. 12th St. Lot #171, was northbound on Seventh Avenue approaching the intersection with South Street when, due to the rate of speed for the icy conditions, it slid into a vehicle driven by Ramona Annette Dent, 2552 Smith Ave. Lot #36, which was traveling east on South Street. No injuries were reported. Damage to the Faught car was estimated at $500 while the Dent vehicle received an estimated $4,000.

On Wednesday, a car driven by Sharon Lee Alexander, of Conrad, was eastbound in the First Congregational Church parking lot when the driver accidentally hit the gas instead of the brake and struck a fence owned by Tim Taylor, 307 W. Church St. No injuries were reported. Damage to the Alexander car was estimated at $1,500 while the Taylor fence received an estimated $300 in damage.

 
 

 

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