Circuit Court

Thursday, June 9, 2005

GALESBURG - Charges of unlawful possession of cannabis and possession of drug paraphernalia against Brian Horkstrom, 32, Henderson, were not prosecuted Monday in Knox County Circuit Court as part of a plea agreement.

- Les P. Whitman, 21,1047 N. Henderson St., pleaded guilty and was sentenced to 10 days in jail and fined $237 for theft.

- A charge of domestic battery against Brandon Cox, 21, 405 E. Monmouth St., Abingdon, was not prosecuted at the request of the victim.

- On Thursday, Mitchell T. Vance, 20, 379 Ohio Ave., pleaded guilty and was sentenced to 28 days in jail and put on probation for 24 months for unlawful possession of a controlled substance.

- Minerva L. Britt, 41, no address listed, pleaded guilty and was sentenced to 14 days in jail, fined $200 and put on conditional discharge for two years for theft.

- Andrew H. Billings, 20, Elmwood, pleaded guilty and was sentenced to four days in jail, fined $200 and put on conditional discharge for two years for criminal trespass and battery.

- Chad D. Dunbar, 17, 1594 Knox Station Road, Knoxville, pleaded guilty and was fined $200 and put on conditional discharge for two years for theft. A second charge of theft and charges of burglary and criminal trespass were not prosecuted as part of the plea bargain.

- Fined $129 were Jenna S. Reddington, 17, 266 Ohio Ave., disorderly conduct; and Darnell M. Britt, 20, 19 Lorraine Drive - loud noise.

- A charge of disorderly conduct against Eleanore Krezeminski, 19, Galesburg., was not prosecuted because victim did not appear to testify.

- A charge of fishing without an license, against John J. Zolper, 52, 969 N. Prairie St., was not prosecuted for lack of evidence

- Marion W. Kasparie was found not guilty of refusing to leave.

- A charge of disorderly conduct against Marvin H. McGill, 24, 224 N. Broad St., was dismissed.

- On Wednesday, Jeffery D. Butts, 37, 63 Indiana Ave., pleaded guilty and was sentenced to 30 days in jail, fined $55 and put on conditional discharge for years for forgery.

- Kevin M. Polk III, 20, Chicago, pleaded guilty and was sentenced to 30 days in jail, fined $200 and put on conditional discharge for 24 months for aggravated battery and obstructing justice.

- Dwight R. Greer, 29, homeless, pleaded guilty and was sentenced to 22 days in jail and fined $224 for two counts of violating an order of protection

- Brandi L. Cartee, 19, 855 W. First St., pleaded guilty and was sentenced to two days in jail and fined $248 for retail theft.

- John L. Bess, 19, 767 S. West St., pleaded guilty and was ordered to pay $155 restitution and put on court supervision for 24 months for theft.

- Rahnee J. Tessier-Boydstun, 48, Galesburg, pleaded guilty and was ordered to pay $42 restitution and put on court supervision for 24 months for theft. A charge of battery was not prosecuted as part of a plea agreement;

- Christopher J. Thomas, 39, 727 W. Berrien St., was found not guilty of battery.

- Charges against the following people were not prosecuted: Joshua M. Johnson, 18, 609 Ohio Ave., criminal damage to property; and Trever B. Rogers, Wataga, failure to report change of address as a sex offender, insufficient evidence.

- On May 26, William L. Marshall, 26, 667 Peck St., pleaded guilty and was sentenced to 180 days in jail, ordered to pay $204 restitution, fined $200 and put on probation for two years for burglary.

- John R. Wong, 44, 1028 E. Knox St., pleaded guilty and was sentenced to 180 days in jail and put on probation for two years for retail theft.

- John Evitt, 40, 448 E. Fourth St., pleaded guilty and was sentenced to 90 days in jail and put on probation for 24 months for possession of cannabis with intent to deliver. A charge of possession of cannabis was not prosecuted as part of the plea agreement.

- Kevin J. Smith, 44, 201 Pennsylvania, Abingdon, pleaded guilty and was sentenced to 46 days in jail and put on probation for two years for theft.

- Michael J. VanWinkle, 28, 1031 Leanne Drive, Knoxville, pleaded guilty and was sentenced to 40 days in jail and put on probation for 2 years for unlawful possession of a controlled substance. A charge of unlawful possession of drug paraphernalia was not prosecuted as part of a plea agreement.

- Amber L. Wood, 20, 946 S. Broad St., pleaded guilty and was sentenced to 30 days in jail and put on probation for two years for unlawful possession of a controlled substance.

- Eleanore M. Krzeminski, 19, Galesburg, pleaded guilty and was ordered to perform 40 hours of public service work and put on conditional discharge for one year for disorderly conduct.

- On May 25, Amanda Melton, 20, Henderson, pleaded guilty and was sentenced to 180 days in jail and put on probation for two years for obstructing justice.

- Ronald L. Hurbert, 43, Galesburg, pleaded guilty and was sentenced to 151 days in jail, ordered to pay $173 restitution and put on probation for two years for two counts of theft, criminal trespass and intimidation and ordered to pay $120 restitution for a third count of theft. Two counts of robbery and a second count of intimidation were not prosecuted as part of the plea agreement.

- Dawn M.Carter, 44, Clinton, Iowa, pleaded guilty and was sentenced to two days in jail, fined $200 and put on conditional discharge for two years for retail theft.

- Doris J. Rafferty, 61, 133 Lorraine Drive, pleaded guilty and was ordered to perform 30 hours of public service work and put on two years probation for possession of methamphetamine manufacturing chemicals.

- A charge of possession of a controlled substance against Tracy A. Spencer, 34, 1082 W. South St., was not prosecuted.

- Charges of unlawful possession of a controlled substance, possession of cannabis and possession of weapons by a felon were not prosecuted as part of a plea agreement.

- On May 24, a charge of contributing to the delinquency of a juvenile against Rebecca A. Boswell, 45, 306 N. Main St., Abingdon, was not prosecuted for insufficient evidence.

- On May 23, a charge of aggravated criminal sexual abuse against Donald L. Washington, 29, Peoria, was not prosecuted because the witness refused to cooperate.

- A charge of theft against Thomas F. Southwell, 44, no address listed, was not prosecuted at the request of the victim.

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