Davison County felony courtroom circumstances for June 21

June 23—MITCHELL — The next circumstances have been amongst these heard Tuesday, June 21, throughout a circuit courtroom session on the Davison County Public Security Heart, with Choose Chris Giles presiding:

* Lynette Chargingwhirlwind, 50, of Mitchell, failed to seem in courtroom Tuesday for aggravated assault with a lethal weapon, a Class 3 felony that carries a most sentence of as much as 15 years in jail and a $15,000 nice. Chargingwhirlwind’s assault cost stems from her allegedly stabbing a person within the chest with a steak knife in 2018. She has failed to seem in courtroom a number of instances prior to now few years. She beforehand pleaded not responsible to the assault cost. A bench warrant was issued for her arrest.

* Richard Jimerson, 51, of Mitchell, pleaded responsible to a fifth offense DUI prior to now 10 years, a Class 4 felony that carries a most sentence of as much as 10 years in jail. Jimerson was sentenced to serve 10 years in jail on Tuesday. In whole, Jimerson has been convicted of eight DUIs.

* Sidney Eagle Star, 29, of Mitchell, admitted to violating probation. Eagle Star didn’t contact authorities previous to shifting to Wagner, prosecuting attorneys stated Tuesday. He additionally didn’t take part in court-ordered home abuse lessons. Eagle Star was sentenced to restart his probation. He was serving probation for a 3rd offense easy assault (home abuse) with intent to trigger bodily harm, which stemmed from him punching a then important different within the face a number of instances, in response to courtroom paperwork.

* Paul Wegner, 20, of Mitchell, was sentenced to 120 days in jail with 118 days suspended for a primary offense DUI and resisting arrest, each Class 1 misdemeanors. Wegner’s costs stem from a Mar. 9 incident when officers responded to a report of a automobile that had “left the roadway” and located Wegner handed out within the driver’s seat whereas the automobile was nonetheless in drive mode lodged towards a curb. When officers tried to place the automobile in park with a handed out Wegner within the driver’s seat, he out of the blue awoke and “wouldn’t use the brakes,” the arrest affidavit says. Wegner “almost struck” the officers who tried to place the automobile in park and later swung at officers after they tried to handcuff him. A complete of six costs have been dismissed from the Mar. 9 incident, together with easy assault towards a legislation officer, a Class 6 felony. Wegner’s driver’s license was additionally revoked for 30 days as a part of his sentencing.

* Lance Shields, 29, of Mitchell, pleaded responsible to second-degree escaping by a prisoner and possession of a managed substance (meth), each Class 5 felonies that carry a most sentence of 5 years in jail and a $10,000 nice. Shields’ escape cost stems from him leaving a remedy facility and failing to return. He’ll face a jury trial in mid-October until he modifies his plea previous to the trial date. His possession of methamphetamine cost stems from him bringing a syringe with him whereas visiting an inmate at jail. The syringe examined constructive for meth. Combining the 2 costs, Shields was sentenced to 10 years in jail with 10 years suspended. He was additionally ordered to serve three years of probation and full the James Valley Drug and DUI Courtroom.

* Jaylene Hare, 32, of Mitchell failed to seem in courtroom Tuesday in connection to an identification theft cost, a Class6 felony that carries a most sentence of as much as two years in jail. A no bond bench warrant was issued for her arrest.

* Malinda Moreno, 51, of Mitchell, pleaded not responsible to the next costs: manufacturing, distributing and possessing scheduled medication, figuring out a baby is current whereas utilizing methamphetamine, two counts of possession of a managed substance (meth), use or possession of drug paraphernalia and Driving Underneath the Affect. Moreno was pulled over for rushing along with her youngster within the automobile when officers carried out a search that uncovered a methamphetamine pipe and different drug-related gadgets.

* Donald Fasthorse, 49, of Sioux Falls, failed to seem in courtroom Tuesday in connection to possession of a managed substance, a Class 5 felony that carries a most sentence of as much as 5 years in jail and a $10,000 nice, and use or possession of drug paraphernalia. A no bond bench warrant was issued for his arrest.

* Bruno Nava-Trujillo, 26, of Mitchell, admitted to violating probation for possession of a managed substance, a Class 5 felony that carries a most sentence of as much as 5 years in jail and a $10,000 nice. He was sentenced to 5 years in jail with 5 years suspended. He was additionally ordered to serve two years of probation as a part of his sentence.

* Matthew Messer, 40, of Mitchell, pleaded responsible to possession of a managed substance (meth), a Class 5 felony that carries a most sentence of as much as 5 years in jail and a $10,000 nice. He’s scheduled to be sentenced on Aug. two.

* Brandee Jackson, 30, of Valentine, Nebraska, pleaded not responsible to 3 counts of possession of a managed substance, possession of marijuana within the quantity of two ounces or much less, visitors in substitute plates and use or possession of drug paraphernalia.

* Clifton Purple Feather, 50, of Mitchell, failed to seem in courtroom Tuesday for allegedly failing to adjust to day by day court-ordered alcohol screening. He was scheduled to seem in courtroom for a probation violation cost that he beforehand denied. A bench warrant was issued for his arrest.

* Samantha Schwartzbauer, 35, of Mitchell, failed to seem in courtroom Tuesday for possession of a managed substance, a Class 5 felony that carries a most sentence of as much as 5 years in jail and a $10,000 nice, and use or possession of drug paraphernalia . A no bond bench warrant was issued for her arrest.

* Ervin Lopez Laynes, 35, of Mitchell, denied violating probation and pleaded not responsible to a fourth offense DUI cost, a Class 5 felony. He’s scheduled to seem in courtroom for a standing listening to on Sept. 27.

* Jason Labine, 48, of Huge Lake, Minnesota, was sentenced to 2 years in jail with two years suspended for unauthorized ingestion of a managed substance (meth), a Class 5 felony that carries a most sentence of as much as 5 years in jail and $10,000 nice. He was additionally ordered to serve two years of probation as a part of his sentencing. Labine’s cost stems from him calling police to report a truck had been following him alongside Interstate 90. Officers recognized needle marks in Labine’s arms and observed his erratic conduct, which led to his ingestion cost.

* Amber Gentapanan, 24, of Mitchell, pleaded responsible to possession of a managed substance (meth), a Class 5 felony that carries a most sentence of as much as 5 years in jail and a $10,000 nice. She is scheduled to be sentenced on Aug. two.

* Brandon Welbig, 27, of Sioux Falls, pleaded responsible to a primary offense DUI, a Class 1 misdemeanor. He was sentenced to 180 days in jail with 74 days suspended. He acquired credit score for serving 106 days in jail. Welbig can be going through felony costs in Minnehaha County, in response to prosecuting attorneys. He’s awaiting to seem in courtroom for the Minnehaha County costs.

* Ynosencia Lopez Ferguson, 19, of Flandreau, was sentenced to 32 days in jail with credit score for serving 18 days for possession of a managed substance, a Class 5 felony that carries a most sentence of as much as 5 years in jail and a $10,000 nice . She was additionally ordered to serve two years of probation as a part of her sentencing.

* Aidan Standingcloud, 31, of Mitchell, was sentenced to 5 years in jail with 5 years suspended for possession of a managed substance (meth), a Class 5 felony that carries a most sentence of as much as 5 years in jail and a $10,000 nice . He was additionally ordered to serve two years of probation as a part of his sentencing.

* Jade Ott, 20, of Mitchell, pleaded not responsible to possession of drug paraphernalia, possession of greater than 2 ounces of marijuana however lower than 1/2 pound, three counts of possession of a managed substance, discharge of a firearm at an occupied construction or motorcar and intentional property injury. Ott had a jury trial date set for mid-October until she alters her plea previous to trial.

* Savanna Purple Day, 37, of Mitchell, pleaded responsible to possession of a managed substance (meth), a Class 5 felony that carries a most sentence of as much as 5 years in jail and a $10,000 nice. She was sentenced to 5 years in jail with 5 years suspended. Redday was additionally ordered to serve three years of probation and full the James Valley Drug Courtroom as a part of her sentencing.

* Alexander Heisinger, 29, of Parkston, pleaded responsible to a fourth offense DUI, a Class 5 felony that carries a most sentence of as much as 5 years in jail and a $10,000 nice.

* Keenan Dion, 25, of Lake Andes, pleaded responsible to a 3rd offense easy assault (home abuse) cost, a Class 6 felony that carries a most sentence of as much as two years in jail. He was sentenced to 123 days in jail with 100 days suspended. Dion acquired credit score for serving 23 days in jail.

* Melissa Loon, 45, of Mitchell, failed to seem in courtroom Tuesday for a probation violation cost. A bench warrant was issued for her arrest.

* Bradley Johnson, 45, of Mitchell, pleaded responsible to possession of a managed substance, a Class 5 felony that carries a most sentence of as much as 5 years in jail and a $10,000 nice. Johnson is scheduled to be sentenced on Aug. two.

* Colt Tibbs, 30, of Dupree, failed to seem in courtroom Tuesday for possession of a managed substance, possession of a firearm with a previous felony drug conviction, carrying a firearm with a felony, possession of marijuana within the quantity of two ounces or much less and use or possession of drug paraphernalia. Tibbs’ request to have his case continued by his lawyer was denied Tuesday. Choose Giles issued a no bond bench warrant for his arrest.

* Carolyn Jacobs, 19, of Sioux Falls, pleaded not responsible to possession of a managed substance (meth), a Class 5 felony that carries a most sentence of as much as 5 years in jail and a $10,000 nice, and use or possession of drug paraphernalia. Jacobs is scheduled to face a jury trial in mid-October until she alters her plea.

* Travis Adams, 32, of Mitchell, failed to seem in courtroom Tuesday for 2 counts of possession of a managed substance, each Class 5 felonyes, and two counts of use or possession of drug paraphernalia. A no bond bench warrant was issued for his arrest.

* Emery Goodshot, 36, of Eagle Butte, admitted to violating probation. He was serving probation for grand theft within the quantity of greater than $5,000 and fewer than $100,000. His probation violation stems from him absconding from a remedy facility. Goodshot is presently serving time in jail. He was sentenced to 6 years in jail with six years suspended for the probation violation.

* Thomas Classes, 55, of Mitchell, pleaded no contest to possession of a managed substance, a Class 5 felony that carries a most sentence of as much as 5 years in jail and a $10,000 nice.

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