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Fri, Aug 15th, 2003
Posted in Features
Posted in Features
•Six area men were charged in Fillmore County District Court on Monday, August 11, with felony criminal damage to property in the first degree stemming from an incident in Spring Valley on March 2, 2003. According to the criminal complaint, a truck was being driven near the bowling alley in Spring Valley when it was boxed in by four other vehicles. A number of individuals got out of the cars and started beating the truck with baseball bats and iron chains. The truck, a 2001 Chevrolet Silverado, sustained damages of $2,562.83. Charged in the incident were: James Michael Johnson, 20, Racine; Andrew Axle Foster, 19, Spring Valley; Jarvis Patrick Apland, 21, Spring Valley; Michael Charles Rollie, 19, Spring Valley; Jeremy Jon Volkart, 19, Spring Valley; and Michael Robert Lentz, 20, Spring Valley. Foster, Apland, Volkart and Lentz are scheduled to appear again in court for a Rule 8 hearing on August 18. Johnson and Rollie will appear on September 8 for an Omnibus Hearing. Felony Dispositions •Ronald Anthony Still, Jr., 29, no known address, pled guilty to felony controlled substance in the 4th degree for selling marijuana. Judge Robert Benson issued a stay of imposition for 7 1/2 years on the condition that Still comply with the terms of his probation. Still was also fined $15,000 and given 90 days in jail with credit served. •Alan Robert Davis, 47, Indiana, pled guilty to felony assault stemming from a domestic assault incident in Spring Valley on April 25, 2003. Judge Robert Benson issued a stay of imposition for 5 years on the condition Davis comply with the terms of his probation. Davis was also sentenced to 90 days in jail with credit served, fined $3,000 and ordered to pay restitution of $10,721.58. Davis is also ordered to undergo domestic violence assessment in Indiana and have no contact with the victim. •Matthew James Karnes, 21, Austin, pled guilty to two felony counts. Karnes pled guilty to theft of personal property February 13, 2003, in Preston. He also pled guilty to theft of a motor vehicle. On the theft charge, Judge Robert Benson issued a stay of imposition for 5 years on the condition that Karnes comply with the terms of his probation. Karnes must serve 30 days in jail and was credited with two days served. The defendant was also fined $50, ordered to perform 80 hours of community work service, and pay restitution of $4,375.54. On the theft of motor vehicle charge, Karnes was sentenced to 12 months and 1 day with the Commissioner of Corrections with a stay of execution for five years. Karnes was also sentenced to 30 days in jail and fined $50.