Kokomo Tribune; Kokomo, Indiana

September 15, 2013

Area sentencings


Kokomo Tribune

---- — • Devonte Johnson, convicted in Howard Superior Court 4 of petition to revoke, was sentenced to 183 days extended probation.

• Dustin Prince, convicted in Howard Superior Court 4 of petition to revoke, was sentenced to 215 days of his previously suspended sentence on in-home detention.

• Joel B. O’Bannon, 21, convicted in Howard Superior Court 4 of Class D felony neglect of a dependent, was sentenced to two years all executed and pay court costs.

• Sarah E. Joseph, 31, convicted in Howard Superior Court 4 of Class D felony operating a vehicle while intoxicated, was sentenced to 18 months with three days executed and the balance on probation with the conditions she continue her intensive outpatient program, have her driver’s license suspended as well as pay court costs and probation fees.

• Logan Goad, convicted in Howard Circuit Court of Class A misdemeanor attempted residential entry, was sentenced to one year with 70 days executed and the balance on probation with the conditions he pay court costs and probation fees.

• Craig Cross, convicted in Howard Circuit Court of Class D felony theft, was sentenced to 18 months with two days executed and the balance on probation with the conditions he pay court costs and probation fees.

• April Holloman, convicted in Howard Circuit Court of Class D felony fraud, was sentenced to three years with 16 days executed and the balance on probation with the conditions she pay restitution, court costs and probation fees.

• Stacey L. Porter, 36, convicted in Howard Superior Court 4 of Class D felony theft, was sentenced to three years with one year in-home detention and the balance on probation with the conditions she pay court costs and probation fees.

• Shaquane R. Warwick, convicted in Howard Circuit Court of Class D felony attempted residential entry, was sentenced to 18 months with 30 days executed in jail, 180 days of in-home detention and the balance on probation with the conditions she pay restitution, court costs and probation fees.

• Kayla M. Anderson, 26, convicted in Howard Superior Court 1 of Class D felony possession of a narcotic drug, was sentenced to three years with 548 days executed and the balance on probation with the conditions she complete and pay for drug and alcohol treatment as well as pay court costs and probation fees.

• John L. Williams, 22, convicted in Howard Superior Court 1 of Class D felony strangulation, was sentenced to three years with 234 days executed and the balance on probation with the conditions he complete and pay for Men’s Non-Violence Education Group as well as pay court costs and probation fees.

• Chad E. Walker, convicted in Howard Superior Court 1 of Class D felony resisting law enforcement, Class C misdemeanor OWI and A misdemeanor counts of failure to stop after an accident and criminal recklessness, was sentenced to three years with 183 days in-home detention, one year each on the A misdemeanors and 60 days executed on the Class C misdemeanor. The sentences were ordered to run concurrently, but consecutively with two other sentences.

• Samantha Collins, convicted in Howard Superior Court 1 of Class D felony possession of a controlled substance, was sentenced to three years with 183 days in-home detention and the balance on probation with the conditions she complete and pay for drug and alcohol treatment, Howard County Re-Entry Program as well as pay court costs and probation fees.

• Michele R. Zimmerman, convicted in Howard Superior Court 1 of Class C felony criminal recklessness, was sentenced to four years with 92 days executed and the balance on probation with the conditions she complete and pay for drug and alcohol treatment as well as pay court costs and probation fees.

• Victoria B. McClatchey, convicted in Howard Superior Court 1 of Class D felony possession of cocaine, was sentenced to three years with 510 days executed and the balance on probation with the conditions he complete and pay for drug and alcohol treatment as well as pay court costs and probation fees.

• Alissa Cooper, convicted in Howard Superior Court 1 of Class D felony possession of meth and maintaining a common nuisance, was sentenced on each count to three years with 208 days executed, and the balance on probation on one count and a year of in-home detention on the other with the sentences to run consecutively. As conditions of probation, she was ordered to complete and pay for drug and alcohol treatment as well as pay court costs and probation fees.

• Mark N. Camp, convicted in Howard Superior Court 1 of Class B felony aiding, inducing or causing dealing in meth, was sentenced to 12 years with four years of in-home detention and the balance on probation with the conditions he complete and pay for drug and alcohol treatment as well as pay court costs and probation fees.