Superior Court 2 – January 8

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

Oct. 13

William P. Walters pleaded guilty to public intoxication; sentenced to 28 days in jail with 28 days executed; fined and cost: $183.

William P. Walters pleaded guilty to false informing; sentenced to 28 days in jail with 28 days executed; sentence to run concurrent to previous Hancock County court case.

Nicholas I. Keener pleaded guilty to driving while suspended; sentenced to 10 days in jail with 10 days executed; driver’s license suspended 90 days; fine and cost: $183.

Kelsey M. Hess pleaded guilty to false informing; sentenced to 28 days in jail with 28 days executed; fine and cost: $183.

Oct. 14

Thomas R. Bowman pleaded guilty to operating a vehicle while intoxicated with prior; sentenced to 910 days in jail with 180 days executed and 730 days suspended; 730 days drug and alcohol probation; victim impact panel; restitution to victim to be determined; reimbursement to prosecutor for blood draw to be determined; driver’s license suspended 365 days; fine and cost: $783.

Plummer J. Gulley pleaded guilty to driving while suspended; sentenced to 365 days in jail with 365 days executed; restitution to victim to be determined; driver’s license suspended 180 days; fine and cost: $783.

Kimyae T. Landers pleaded guilty to possession of marijuana; sentenced to 180 days in jail with 180 days suspended; 365 days drug and alcohol probation; $200 drug interdiction fee; fine and cost: $583.

Patricia Bryan pleaded guilty to driving while suspended; sentenced to 365 days in jail with 38 days executed and 327 days suspended; 327 days formal probation; restitution to victim to be determined; driver’s license suspended 180 days; sentence to run concurrent with other Hancock County court case; fine and cost: $183.

Patricia Bryan pleaded guilty to leaving the scene of an accident; sentenced to 180 days in jail with 38 days executed and 142 days suspended; 327 days probation; driver’s license suspended 180 days; sentence to run concurrent with other Hancock County court case.

Oct. 15

Mark C. McClellan pleaded guilty to operating a vehicle while intoxicated; sentenced to 365 days in jail with 20 days executed and 345 days suspended; 345 days drug and alcohol probation; victim impact panel; driver’s license suspended for 19 additional days; fine and cost: $783.

Douglas M. Showalter pleaded guilty to operating a vehicle while intoxicated; sentenced to 365 days in jail with 10 days executed and 355 days suspended; 355 days drug and alcohol probation; victim impact panel; driver’s license suspended 90 days; fine and cost: $783.

Douglas M. Showalter pleaded guilty to possession of marijuana; sentenced to 180 days in jail with 10 days executed and 170 days suspended; 355 days probation; sentence to run concurrent with previous Hancock County court case.

Michael T. Henderson pleaded guilty to domestic battery; sentenced to 365 days in jail with two days executed and 363 days suspended; 363 days formal probation; domestic violence/anger management counseling; $50 domestic violence fee; fine and cost: $183.

Oct. 16

Brittany M. Wyatt pleaded guilty to being a minor possessing or consuming alcohol; sentenced to 32 days in jail with 32 days executed; sentence to run concurrent to Johnson County court case; fine and cost: $183.

Glendy Luna-Perez pleaded guilty to being an operator never licensed; sentenced to 60 days in jail with 60 days suspended; 365 days informal probation; driver’s license suspended 90 days; fine and cost: $183.

Isabel Lopez pleaded guilty to being an operator never licensed; sentenced to 20 days in jail with 20 days executed; driver’s license suspended 90 days; fine and cost: $183.

Onesimo Vargas-Notario pleaded guilty to operating a vehicle while intoxicated; sentenced to 364 days in jail with 364 days suspended; 364 days drug and alcohol probation; victim impact panel; $100 reimbursement to prosecutor for blood draw; driver’s license suspended 90 days; fine and cost: $783.

Garrett M. Morrow pleaded guilty to possession of marijuana; sentenced to 60 days in jail with 69 days executed; $200 drug interdiction fee; sentence to run concurrent to other Hancock County court cases; fine and cost: $183.

Zachariah J. Steagall pleaded guilty to invasion of privacy; sentenced to 365 days in jail with 120 days executed and 245 days suspended; 245 days formal probation; no contact order with victim; sentence to run concurrent to other Hancock County court case; fine and cost: $183.