Five involved in dialysis center burglary to get money for drugs are sentenced
ROSEBUD -- Five people who were involved in a breakin at the DaVita Dialysis Center on the Rosebud reservation where star quilts and dream catchers donated to the center were stolen and then sold for meth and marijuana have been sentenced.
The convictions for third degree burglary, larceny and receiving stolen property stem from burglaries last January and the five must pay restitution of at least $5,615 for the multiple items stolen that were on display in the center in Rosebud.
The five were Seryl Leroy Pomani Jr., 28, of Rosebud, third degree burglary, nine months in custody; Michelle Iron Cloud, 30, Mission, third degree burglary, six months in custody; Jonathan (DJ) Jones, 36, Rosebud, third degree burglary, three months in custody followed by three months in home confinement or a residential reentry center; Robert Pomani, 24, Rosebud, larceny, four months in custody and an additional four months for violating terms of probation; and Alicia Good Shield, 30, Rosebud, receiving stolen property, probation for 18 months.
The sentences were completed this week by Federal Judge Roberto Lange.