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District Court
Feb. 22, 2019
Justin J. Slieff, 29, Hillman, was found guilty of operating while impaired by liquor and was ordered to pay $1,150 in costs and fines. Slieff received a one-year delayed sentence of 92 days.

March 15, 2019
Danielle M. Franzoni, 31, Alpena, was found guilty of breaking and entering and was ordered to pay $1,400 in costs and fines. Franzoni received a one-year delayed sentence of 89 days.

April 5, 2019
John R. Stewart, 50, Cheboygan, was found guilty of domestic violence and was ordered to pay $1,138 in costs and fines. Stewart received a one-year delayed sentence of 92 days.
James D. Schanck, 50, Mio, was found guilty of operating while impaired by liquor and was ordered to pay $1,600 in costs and fines. Schanck received a one-year delayed sentence of 92 days.
Thomas B. Morrison, 55, Atlanta, was found guilty of driving with a suspended license and operating while intoxicated and was ordered to pay $2,338 in costs and fines. Morrison was sentenced to 30 days in jail and received a one-year delayed sentence of 329 days.

April 12, 2019
Dana M. Carlton, 40, Springfield, was found guilty of no valid license in possession and was ordered to pay $375 in costs and fines.
Jonathan E. Carter, 23, Pellston, was found guilty of driving with a suspended license and was ordered to pay $425 in costs and fines.
William J. Shaw IV, 25, Melvindale, was found guilty of driving with a suspended license and was ordered to pay $825 in costs and fines. Shaw was sentenced to 30 days in jail and received a one-year delayed sentence of 62 days.
Nicholas W. Mays, 19, Lewiston, was found guilty of operating while impaired by a controlled substance and was ordered to pay $1,030 in costs and fines. Mays received a six-month delayed sentence of 92 days.

April 15, 2019
Kevin E. Kors, 61, Atlanta, was found guilty of trespassing and was ordered to pay $375 in costs and fines. Kors received a six-month delayed sentence of 30 days.

April 26, 2019
Todd D. Papworth, 53, Britton, was found guilty of operating an ORV while impaired and was ordered to pay $1,350 in costs and fines. Papworth received a one-year delayed sentence of 92 days.
Tiffine R-T Jingles, 26, Lewiston, was found guilty of attempted fourth degree child abuse and was ordered to pay $1,160 in costs and fines. Jingles received a one-year delayed sentence of 80 days.
Christine M. Lundeen, 51, Lewiston, was found guilty of operating while intoxicated and was ordered to pay $1,600 in costs and fines. Lundeen received a one-year delayed sentence of 92 days.
Brice R. Kenyon, 22, Hillman, was found guilty of operating while impaired by liquor and was ordered to pay $1,065 in costs and fines. Kenyon received a one-year delayed sentence of 92 days.

May 3, 2019
Cole A. Godfrey, 33, Atlanta, was found guilty of accident to fixtures adjacent to a highway and was ordered to pay $775 in costs and fines. Godfrey received a six-month delayed sentence of 30 days.
Clyde A. Knaggs III, 47, Atlanta, was found guilty of failure to report an accident and was ordered to pay $525 in costs and fines.
Dean F. Miller, 59, Lewiston, was found guilty of disorderly person drunk and was ordered to pay $625 in costs and fines. Miller was sentenced to 30 days in jail and received a six-month delayed sentence of 60 days.
Carrie M. Freeman, 35, Alpena, was found guilty of three counts of check with nonsufficient funds and was ordered to pay a total of $1,448 in costs and fines. Freeman received three one-year delayed sentences of 92 days.

May 17, 2019
Justin M. Wilbur, 33, Lewiston, was found guilty of no insurance under the insurance code and was ordered to pay $375 in costs and fines.
Gina M. Clozza, 37, Atlanta, was found guilty of no valid license in possession and was ordered to pay $275 in costs and fines. Clozza received a six-month delayed sentence of 30 days.
Adam R. Wells, 29, Gaylord, was found guilty of domestic violence and fourth degree child abuse and was ordered to pay $2,390 in costs and fines. Wells was sentenced to 120 days in jail and received a one-year delayed sentence of 244 days.

May 24, 2019
Rachel M. Misiak, 35, Southfield, was found guilty of no valid license in possession and was ordered to pay $625 in costs and fines. Misiak received a six-month delayed sentence of 30 days.
Lawrence A. Galbraith, 25, Hillman, was found guilty of no valid license in possession and was ordered to pay $625 in costs and fines.

Circuit Court
May 13 sentencings in 26th Circuit Court in Atlanta include Jacob D. Keenan, 37, Atlanta, who was sentenced to six months for harmful assault less than murder. Keenan was ordered to pay $1,248 in costs and fines.

Joy A. Stephens, 41, Johannesburg, was sentenced to a total of 120 days for credit card forgery and embezzlement of more than $1,000. Stephens was ordered to pay $4,494 in costs and fines, including $2,868 in restitution.

On May 28, Jamie M. Winkelman, 38, Johannesburg, was sentenced to 90 days for two counts of domestic violence. Winkelman was ordered to pay $825 in costs and fines.

Sheriff Report
On June 3 at 10:30 a.m., while on routine patrol, deputies assisted two motorists, and cleared without incident.

At 3:58 p.m. deputies responded to a residential alarm in Vienna Township. The homeowner had set it off.

On June 4 at 3:38 a.m. a deputy responded to a noise complaint on Co. Rd. 459 in Hillman Township.

At 4:12 p.m. a Briley Township resident came into the MCSO lobby to report ongoing harassment. A report was taken.

At 4:15 p.m. a Briley Township resident came into the MCSO lobby to report money was taken out of his vehicle during the night.

At 4:21 p.m. a report of an erratic driver in Rust Township was made to the MCSO. A MSP Trooper initiated a traffic stop, and subject was advised of the report of erratic driving.

At 9:43 p.m. a report of woods on fire on County Rd 489 in Albert Township was made to MCSO. Lewiston Fire/EMS responded. 1-2 acres burned before the fire was contained.

On June 5 at 6:06 p.m. dispatch was advised of a residential burglar alarm on Cobb Rd. in Albert Township. Deputies were dispatched. The owner called to advise it was a false alarm and all okay.

At 9:31 p.m. dispatch was advised of a verbal dispute at the Sunrise gas station in Albert Township. Deputies responded to investigate.

On June 6 at 6:29 a.m. dispatch received a call about a noise complaint on M-32 in Briley Township. A deputy made contact and asked the subject to turn it down.

At 3:37 p.m. a deputy transported a 42-year-old male from Alpena Co to MCSO with a MCSO warrant. He was lodged.

On June 7 at 9:17 a.m. a welfare check on a Village of Hillman resident was requested. Contact was made with subjects’ mother, and all was as it should be.

At 1:28 p.m. a not in progress breaking and entering was reported in Montmorency Township. Deputies responded, and this is still under investigation.

At 4:01 p.m. a Briley Township resident contacted MCSO to report cows out. A deputy responded, and the owner put his cows back in the fence.

At 4:05 p.m. a welfare check was requested on children that reside in Briley Township. No one was at the residence when officers arrived.

At 9:27 p.m. DNR responded to complaint of jet skiers on Twin Lake driving erratically. Unfounded.

On June 8 at 7:27 a.m. a Briley Township resident contacted MCSO regarding a barking dog complaint. The dogs were not barking at the time of the call.

At 11:02 a.m. another jurisdiction contacted MCSO because they had a subject in custody that had warrants out of Montmorency. A deputy met the Trooper and lodged the subject.

At 3:14 p.m., while on routine ORV patrol in Briley Township, officers initiated a traffic stop. The driver of the ORV was found to be suspended, and the suspect was taken into custody and lodged.

At 9:57 p.m. a Briley township resident reported that there were 10-12 cows and horses roaming out of their pen. The owner put their own animal back in their pen.

At 10:02 p.m. a Briley township resident reported a 30x30 fire in the woods behind his residence. Tri-Township Fire responded, and fire was contained. A branch on the powerline was cause of the fire.

On June 9 at 6:51 a.m. a Briley Township resident reported an abandoned pontoon on the river near his residence. The pontoon found to have mechanical issue.

On 9:29 a.m. a Briley Township resident came to lobby and reported an erratic driver by the public access to Lake Fifteen. Officers were unable to locate vehicle.

At 1:16 p.m. deputies assisted motorist on Veterans Memorial Highway in Hillman.

At 4:26 p.m. The Sunrise BP called to report male, distraught and acting strange, at the gas station. Deputies made contact with subject and advised him to leave.

At 4:30 p.m. a Hillman Township resident called to report a golden retriever at large on M-32. Deputies took possession of dog and the dog is lodged at the Elk County Animal Shelter.

At 6:37 p.m. a deputy responded to a noise complaint on M-32 Atlanta, Briley Township.

At 6:47 p.m. deputies and Hillman EMS/Fire responded to a two car accident on State St. in Hillman. No injuries reported.

At 6:55 p.m. a not in progress breaking and entering was reported in Vienna Township. Deputies responded, and this is still under investigation.

At 7:08 p.m. deputies responded to a two car PDA accident on State Street in Hillman. No injuries reported.

At 7:18 p.m. a not in progress breaking and entering was reported in Briley Township. Deputies responded, and this is still under investigation.

At 9:26 p.m. a residential alarm activated in Briley Township. Security contacted the owner, and the alarm found to be false.

At 10:22 p.m. a fight in progress was reported behind Chatter’s Bullpen. Deputies responded and no charges were pressed.

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