Superior Court 2 – June 16

The following fines and sentences were imposed recently in Hancock County Superior Court 2:

May 1

William Tiplick pleaded guilty to interfering with a drug and alcohol screening test; sentenced to 90 days in jail with 90 days executed; sentence to run concurrent to other Hancock County court case. Fine and cost: $168.

May 4

Roel Rovilla pleaded guilty to operating a vehicle while intoxicated, endangering a person; sentenced to 365 days in jail with six days executed and 359 days suspended; 359 days informal probation; $246.50 reimbursement to prosecutor for blood draw; driver’s license suspended for 90 days. Fine and cost: $1,268.

Roel Rovilla pleaded guilty to leaving the scene of an accident; sentenced to 60 days in jail with six days executed and 54 days suspended; 359 days probation; driver’s license suspended for 180 days; sentence to run concurrent with other Hancock County court case.

Nathaniel J. Cromlich pleaded guilty to operating a vehicle while intoxicated; sentenced to 365 days in jail with 365 days suspended; 365 days drug and alcohol probation; victim impact panel; $93.50 reimbursement to prosecutor for blood draw. Fine and cost: $768.

Teresa N. Smith pleaded guilty to operating a vehicle while intoxicated; sentenced to 365 days in jail with 365 days suspended; 365 days drug and alcohol probation; victim impact panel; driver’s license suspended for 90 days. Fine and cost: $768.

Lewis Hobbs was found guilty of driving while suspended; sentenced to 10 days in jail with 10 days executed; driver’s license suspended for 90 days. Fine and cost: $168.

Joseph E. Pierson pleaded guilty to operating a vehicle while intoxicated; sentenced to 365 days in jail with 180 days executed and 185 days suspended; 185 days drug and alcohol probation; victim impact panel; driver’s license suspended 90 days. Fine and cost: $768.

Joseph E. Pierson pleaded guilty to driving while suspended; sentenced to 365 days in jail with 180 days executed and 185 days suspended; driver’s license suspended 90 days; sentence to run concurrent with other Hancock County court case.

Anthony W. Fuqua pleaded guilty to disorderly conduct; sentenced to 180 days in jail with 180 days suspended; 365 days formal probation. Fine and cost: $168.