CIRCUIT COURT, 11/15/12


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Judgments

Timothy A. Whitehorn, pleaded guilty to operating a vehicle while intoxicated with a prior conviction within five years; one and a half years jail-suspended; one and a half years suspended; driver’s license suspended for one year; ordered to submit to alcohol/drug abuse program for evaluation and submit to and complete a course of treatment or therapy if indicated; ordered to pay court costs, $200 countermeasure fee and probation fees; state agrees to dismiss Count II; sentence imposed Nov. 2 by Jackson Circuit Judge Bill Vance.

Oscar Cruz-Garcia, found guilty of dealing in cocaine, a Class B felony; eight years prison-two years suspended; two years supervised probation; 707 days credit, 707 days credit time; ordered to submit to alcohol/drug abuse program for evaluation and submit to and complete a course of treatment or therapy if indicated; ordered to pay court costs, $200 drug interdiction fee and $500 public defender fee; state agrees to dismiss counts II-III and Count IV; sentence imposed Oct. 31 by Judge Vance.

Chad A. Lowe, pleaded guilty to impersonation of a public servant, a Class A misdemeanor; 20 days jail; ordered to pay court costs; state agrees to dismiss Count II; sentence imposed Oct. 26.

Laura Hiles, admits probation violation; six months of suspended sentence to be served; sentence imposed Oct. 26 by Judge Vance.

Earl G. Root Jr., found guilty of possession of methamphetamine, a Class D felony; two years prison; 302 days credit, 302 days credit time; ordered to pay court costs, $200 drug interdiction fee and $300 public defender fee; state agrees to withdraw habitual offender allegation; sentence imposed Oct. 25 by Judge Vance.

Christopher L. Muncy, found guilty of burglary, a Class B felony; eight years prison-four to be served in appropriate correctional facility followed by two years on home detention-final two years suspended; two years supervised probation; 221 days credit, 221 days credit time; ordered to submit to alcohol/drug abuse program for evaluation and submit to and complete a course of treatment or therapy if indicated; ordered to pay court costs, community corrections, probation fees and $400 public defender fee; state agrees to dismiss counts II-III; sentence imposed Oct. 25 by Judge Vance.

Diane Deal, pleaded guilty to theft, a Class A misdemeanor; one year jail-suspended; one year supervised probation; one day credit, one day credit time; 40 hours community service; ordered to submit to alcohol/drug abuse program for evaluation and submit to and complete a course of treatment or therapy if indicated; ordered to pay court costs and community service fees; state agrees to not file a new cause related to the defendant’s possession of a controlled substance at the time of her booking into jail on the original cause; sentence imposed Oct. 25 by Judge Vance.

Mathew D. Thompson, pleaded guilty to theft, a Class D felony; one and a half years jail-one suspended; one year supervised probation; three days credit, three days credit time; ordered to pay victim $1,500 in restitution; ordered to pay court costs, $300 public defender fee and probation fees; sentence imposed Oct. 15 by Judge Vance.

Kyle R. VonFange, found guilty of dealing in methamphetamine, a Class B felony; 18 years prison-five suspended; five years supervised probation; 260 days credit, 260 days credit time; eight years of sentence to be served with the Indiana Department of Corrections and five years on house arrest; ordered to submit to alcohol/drug abuse program for evaluation and submit to and complete a course of treatment or therapy if indicated; ordered to pay court costs and community service fees; ordered to pay courts costs, probation fees, $500 public defender fee, $200 drug interdiction fee, home detention fee and pay for the costs of any treatment or therapy if indicated; state agrees to dismiss Count II; sentence imposed Oct. 12 by Judge Vance.

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