Butte City Court

2009-12-22T23:00:00Z Butte City CourtBy The Montana Standard Staff - 12/22/2009 Montana Standard
December 22, 2009 11:00 pm  • 

Butte City Court

  • Charles Lafley, 53, of 501½ W. Galena, pleaded guilty Nov. 24 to criminal possession of dangerous drugs (marijuana), and on the following day, pleaded guilty to driving a vehicle with a suspended driver's license. The fines totaled $1,085 and he received a 10-day jail sentence.
  • Brian Taylor, 19, of 945 Iowa, pleaded guilty Oct. 19 to disorderly conduct and criminal possession of dangerous drugs, and was fined $740. According to court documents, Taylor had in his possession marijuana and was challenging others to fight and making loud noises near the intersection of "A" and Oregon.

PARTNER OR FAMILY MEMBER ASSAULT

  • Ozzy Woodards, 22, of 1916 S. Jackson, pleaded guilty Nov. 30 and was fined $1,095. According to court documents, Woodards caused bodily injury to another individual. In addition, he was fined $555 for interfering with that person, who was trying to call 911. Woodards must also attend anger management class, donate $50 to Family Victims, and received a seven-day jail sentence.
  • Thomas Keene, 55, of 3631 Gaylord, pleaded guilty Nov. 25 and was fined $1,095. According to court documents, Keene hit a female individual. He must also attend anger management class, donate $50 to Family Victims, and received a seven-day jail sentence.
  • Gary Kelly, 20, of 1404 Silver Bow Homes, pleaded guilty Nov. 24 and was fined $1,095. According to court documents, Kelly caused reasonable apprehension of bodily injury to a partner by threatening to harm her. He must also attend anger management class, donate $50 to Family Victims, and received a seven-day jail sentence.
  • Eric Draven, 32, of 322 Granite Mountain Road, pleaded guilty Nov. 18 and was fined $1,095. According to court documents, Draven caused bodily injury to his female partner. He must also attend anger management class, donate $50 to Family Victims, and received a seven-day jail sentence.

DRUNK DRIVING

  • Richard Metcalf, 59, of 2324 Harvard, was charged Oct. 24 with his fifth DUI. The case has been turned over to district court.
  • Terance Holloway, 27, of 2016 Garfield, was charged Nov. 6 with his fourth DUI. The case has been turned over to district court.
  • James Larson, 36, of 2623 Elm, pleaded guilty Nov. 24 to his second DUI, fourth charge of driving without liability insurance, and fourth charge of driving with a suspended driver's license. Larson was fined $2,025 and received a 10-day jail sentence. He must also attend alcohol awareness class, seek treatment, and have an interlock system installed in his vehicle.
  • Lori Larson, 51, of 207 Silver Bow Homes, pleaded guilty Nov. 20 to a DUI per se, driving without liability insurance, and operating a vehicle without headlights. Larson was fined $825. She also received a one-day jail sentence. She must also attend alcohol awareness class and seek treatment.
  • Jacob Novack, 19, of 800 Schley, pleaded guilty Nov. 25 for a DUI and careless driving, and was fined $765. Novack also received a one-day jail sentence. He must also attend alcohol awareness class and seek treatment.
  • Samantha Svejkovsky, 37, of 112 E. Platinum, pleaded guilty Dec. 3 to a DUI per se and was fined $685. Svejkovsky also received a one-day jail sentence. She must also attend alcohol awareness class and seek treatment.
  • Johnnie Bales Jr., 54, of 3214 Sheridan, pleaded guilty Dec. 10 to a DUI and was fined $685. Bales also received a one-day jail sentence. He must also attend alcohol awareness class and seek treatment.
  • Arron Werner, 22, of 814 S. Colorado, pleaded guilty Dec. 3 to a DUI per se and was fined $685. Werner also received a one-day jail sentence. She must also attend alcohol awareness class and seek treatment.
  • Jennifer Hartwig, 28, of 1822 Sherman, pleaded guilty Nov. 16 to a DUI per se and was fined $685. Hartwig also received a one-day jail sentence. She must also attend alcohol awareness class and seek treatment.
  • Sean Boryk, 36, of 2000 Elm, pleaded guilty Dec. 3 to a DUI and was fined $685. Boryk received a one-day jail sentence. She must also attend alcohol awareness class and seek treatment.
  • John Bradley, 59, of 2714 Edwards, pleaded guilty Oct. 9 to a DUI per se and was fined $685. Bradley also received a one-day jail sentence. He must also attend alcohol awareness class and seek treatment.
  • Matthew Huey, 20, of 1019 Waukesha, pleaded guilty Dec. 7 to a DUI per se and was fined $685. Huey also received a one-day jail sentence. He must also attend alcohol awareness class and seek treatment.
  • Aaron Butcher, 20, of 840 W. Park, pleaded guilty Dec. 3 to an amended DUI charge, and was fined $500. In addition, Butcher pleaded guilty to making an improper turn and driving over a highway divider. He must also attend alcohol awareness class and seek treatment.
  • Joshua Harned, 20, of 325 Roosevelt, pleaded guilty Oct. 5 to a DUI charge, and was fined $685. He must also attend alcohol awareness class and seek treatment.
  • Cody Smith, 20, of 816 Caledonia, pleaded guilty Dec. 4 to an amended DUI charge, and was fined $685. He must also attend alcohol awareness class and seek treatment. In addition, Smith pleaded guilty to driving with an expired registration and was fined an additional $130.
  • Edmond McSweeney, 18, of Ramsay, pleaded guilty Nov. 16 to a DUI charge, and was fined $500. He must also attend alcohol awareness class and seek treatment.

CRIMINAL MISCHIEF

  • Luke Guccione, 28, of Helena, pleaded guilty Nov. 25, and was fined $555 and must make restitution. According to court documents, Guccione hit and kicked another person's car at the City Center exit.

MISDEMEANOR ASSAULT

  • Charles May, 29, of 742 Maryland Ave., pleaded guilty to an amended assault charge and was fined $555. According to court documents, May hit a male individual in the face.
  • James Pruitt, 46, of 322 W. Gold, pleaded guilty Dec. 2 and was fined $555. According to court documents, Pruitt punched a male individual on the corner of Gold and Idaho. He must also make restitution.

Butte City Court MISDEMEANOR THEFT Laura Ison, 42, of 134 W. Broadway, pleaded guilty Dec. 3 and was fined $555. According to court documents, Ison took jeans from Quality Supply. She must also make restitution in the amount of $178.95.

Rheannon Murphy, 21, of 804 Caledonia, pleaded guilty Nov. 20 and was fined $555. According to court documents, Murphy took items of clothing from Bob Ward & Sons.

Quinn Nelson, 20, of 1873 Phillips, pleaded guilty Nov. 19 and was fined $555. According to court documents, Nelson took merchandise from Wal Mart.

John Smallwood, 31, of 1402 Second, pleaded no contest Dec. 3 and was fined $555. According to court documents, Smallwood took Budweiser beer from Albertson's.

Chere Wilson, 23, of 1386 Sunset Blvd., pleaded guilty Nov. 19 and was fined $555. According to court documents, Wilson took merchandise from JC Penney.

DRUG POSSESSION Trimarca Wilson, 32, of 176 Trinity Loop, pleaded guilty Nov. 20, for having in her possession marijuana and a pipe. She was fined $1,110.

Jeffery Mizerski, 30, of 703 S. Utah, pleaded guilty Dec. 1 for having a marijuana pipe in his possession and was fined $555.

Timothy Wandler, 50, of 107 O'Neil, was fined $555 and received a five-day jail sentence for having in his possession syringes. He also received a five-day jail sentence.

Kristen Parke, 20, of 508 W. Aluminum, pleaded guilty Nov. 30 to possessing a marijuana pipe and was fined $555. She also received a five-day jail sentence.

DISORDERLY CONDUCT Adam Fleury, 28, of 8 Gladstone Terrace, pleaded guilty Nov. 23 and was fined $185. According to court documents, Fleury was challenging others to fight outside of Maloney's Bar and yelling at others.

Michael Phillips, 53, of 106 W. Broadway, pleaded guilty Nov. 18 and was fined $185. According to court documents, Phillips created a physically offensive condition near Town Pump. He also received a 10-day jail sentence.

Donnie Bumgarner, 22, of 1303 Silver Bow Homes, pleaded guilty Nov. 19 and was fined $185. According to court documents, Bumgarner was fighting with others at Zeppie's Bar and returned to the bar after he was asked to leave.

Steven Rule, 33, of 1931 Grand Ave., pleaded guilty Nov. 24 and was fined $185. According to court documents, Rule was using threatening and profane language on the 1400 block of Row St.

Charles Dove, 33, of Whitehall, pleaded guilty Nov. 19 and was fined $185. According to court documents, Dove was fighting and using abusive language towards staff at St. James Healthcare.

Robert Tift, 33, of 110 E. Aluminum, pleaded guilty Nov. 30 and was fined $185. According to court documents, Tift created a physically offensive condition on the 1000 block of Utah.

Gary Rubusch, 31, of 1018 Maryland, pleaded guilty Nov. 24 and was fined $185. According to court documents, Rubusch lied to the police.

Christopher Glidewell, 37, of 2230 S. Colorado, pleaded guilty Nov. 20 to an amended charge of disorderly conduct and was fined $185. According to court documents, Glidewell caused bodily injury to another individual.

NEGLIGENT ENDANGERMENT Matthew McKeon, 24, of 28 Cedar Lake Dr., pleaded guilty Aug. 4 to an amended charge of negligent endangerment and was fined $555. McKeon must also make restitution.

Jerry St. Pierre, 49, of 1510 Elm, pleaded guilty Dec. 3 to an amended charge of negligent endangerment and was fined $555.

MINORS IN POSSESSION Robert Brymer, 19, of 2426 Locust, recently pleaded guilty to two separate MIP charges and was fined $770. Brymer received an eight-day jail sentence and must perform 20 hours of community service. He must also attend alcohol awareness class.

Hanah Van Meel, 19, of 326 Curtis, was fined $485 for her third MIP offense. Van Meel must also perform 60 hours of community service and attend alcohol awareness class.

Three people recently pleaded guilty to their second offense and each person was fined $385. They must each perform 20 hours of community service and attend alcohol awareness class. They are: —Seth Babcock, 17, of 418 W. Aluminum —Welsey Hibbs-Dibble, 19, of 937 Nevada —Dalton Ledeau, 16, of 838 S. Colorado Twelve people recently pleaded guilty to their first offense and each person was fined $285. They must each perform 20 hours of community service and attend alcohol awareness class. They are: —Chaynah Svejkovsky, 19, of 614-1/2 W. Silver —Miranda Grund, 16, of 1031 Hornet —Shaelynn Calkins, 15, of 3120 Carter —Jackie Gierke, 17, of 4635 S. Warren —Taylor Bauge, 16, of 1601 Gaylord —April Williams, 19, of 2011 Banks —Tyler Graham, 16, of 523 W. Mercury —Nicole Butler, 13, of 32 E. LaPlatte —Tyler Andrene, 18, of 2022 Thornton —Ryley Duford, 19, of 1810 Sampson —Brian Taylor, 19, of 945 Iowa —Eric Forrest, 18, of 1820 "A" St.

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