LAKE CITY – The following are charges, pleas, or convictions handed down in Missaukee County’s 28th District Court on Aug. 13:
• Steven Allen Carpenter, 47, of Manton, was sentenced to 26 days in prison with 11 days credit on a guilty guilty violation of parole on a previous conviction for possession of heroin less than 25 grams.
• Samuel Logan Staats, 26, of Boon, was sentenced to two to five years in prison with 398 days of credit for having a parole violation conviction for a previous attempted assault conviction with intent to do less harm than murder adding or by strangulation. He was also sentenced to 365 days in prison, with 140 days credited to a no-challenge trial for a violation of parole based on a previous conviction for attempting possession of a weapon in prison. He was also sentenced to two to 15 years in prison with 61 days of credit on an admission of guilt for possession of methamphetamine with a second offender offense. He was also fined $ 198 and sentences can be paid as a condition of parole. The collection can begin while in custody. All sentences should run at the same time.
• Darrick Wayne Rayment, 37, of Merritt, was sentenced to two to five years in prison with 317 days of guilt and no admission to challenge for parole violations on a previous conviction for a third high BAC violation.
• Michael Jason Boven, 42, of Cadillac, was sentenced to 365 days in prison with a 26-day credit for guilty fourth-degree escape confessions and a third-misdemeanor escape and possession of methamphetamine less than 25 grams. He was also sentenced to pay $ 1,166 in fines and fees and given a 24-month suspended sentence.
• Andrew John Myers, 45, of Lincoln Park, was sentenced to 300 days in prison with 216 days credit on a guilty guilty violation of parole on a previous conviction for failure to pay child support.
• Dustin John Singleton, 36, of Manton, pleaded guilty to possession of a controlled substance weighing less than 25 grams in connection with a March 17 incident in Lake Township. As part of the plea, the charges of possessing methamphetamine and carrying a hidden weapon, a long double-edged knife, are dismissed upon conviction. His bond was taken into custody or revoked.
• Scott Henry Couch, 24, of Lake City, pleaded guilty to possession of methamphetamine related to a January 19 incident in Lake City. As part of the plea, a second or subsequent criminal complaint related to the meth accusation and allegations of heroin possession less than 25 grams, fentanyl less than 25 grams, and buprenorphine possession will be dismissed as a second or subsequent offense Condemnation. Loan was taken into custody or revoked.
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