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Felony court cases for June 23

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The following cases were among those heard Tuesday during a circuit court session at the Davison County Public Safety Center, with Judge Chris Giles presiding:

  • Hudson Buckingham, 23, of Mitchell, admitted to the probation violation of failing to maintain contact with court services. He was sentenced to five years in the state penitentiary with two years suspended, with credit for 68 days served, and was ordered to pay outstanding court fees and follow Department of Corrections and Board of Pardons and Parole rules.

  • Mahlon Bruguier, 41, of Wagner, had his sentence hearing for the possession of controlled substances and drug paraphernalia, with his five-year sentence suspended and credit for nine days served. Bruguier must pay a $500 fine, $106.50 in court costs and repay court-appointed attorney’s fees.

  • Mona Stork, 45, of Mitchell, pleaded not guilty to eight charges related to possession of a controlled substance, including the possession of two ounces or less of marijuana. A trial is scheduled for Oct. 19.

  • Larry Abdo, 41, of Lake Andes, admitted to the probation violation of failing to maintain contact with court services. He was put on a two-year probation, which turns into 12 months with no issues, and was ordered to repay court-appointed attorney’s fees. Abdo was credited with 70 days served.

  • Erin Sully, 19, of Mitchell, had her sentencing hearing for the intentional damage to property of more than $2,500 but less than $5,000, among other charges. She received a suspended imposition of sentence, but will serve 10 days, which has to be served in 48-hour increments by Sept. 1. Sully was put on probation for three years. She must pay a $500 fine, $2,605.43 in restitution, $106.50 in court costs and repay court-appointed attorney’s fees. For underage drinking, she must pay a $50 fine and $68.50 in restitution, with her 10 day sentence suspended.

  • Pete Ringing Shield, Jr., 37, of Mitchell, admitted to the probation violation of simple assault, among other charges. He was sentenced to two years in prison, with credit for 68 days served and repay court-appointed attorney’s fees.

  • Samantha Daugherty, 19, of Mitchell, failed to appear on, among other charges, reckless driving and aggravated eluding. Her case was continued to July 7.

  • Alexander Bear Robe Hofwolt, 27, of Mitchell, had his sentencing hearing for aggravated assault, among other charges. He was sentenced to 15 years in prison with nine years suspended, with credit for 98 days served. He must pay $3,610.67 in restitution, with a hard cap of $5,000, and $106.50 in court costs.

  • Dan Jackson, Jr., 44, of Goose Creek, South Carolina, had his sentencing hearing for the possession with the intent to distribute a controlled substance (marijuana), among other charges. He was sentenced to eight years in prison, with three years suspended and credit for 37 days served. He must pay a $1,500 fine, $79.80 in restitution and $106.50 in court costs, as well as repay court-appointed attorney’s fees.
  • Heather Andrade, 44, of Mitchell pleaded guilty to a first offense of driving under the influence. She received a suspended imposition sentence. She must pay a $500 fine, $151 for a blood test and $86.50 in court costs, along with a $50 DUI surcharge. She must pay within 90 days and have good behavior for 360 days
  • Whitney Weatherly, 26, of St. Cloud, Minnesota, pleaded guilty to a second offense of driving under the influence within the last 10 years. She received a suspended imposition sentence. She must pay a $650 fine, $86.50 in court costs, $151 for a blood test and a $50 DUI surcharge, as well as good behavior for 360 days
  • Julian Alonzo, 44, of Mitchell, had his sentencing hearing for aggravated domestic abuse. He was sentenced to 15 years with eight years suspended, and given credit for 32 years. Conditions for the suspended sentence include no contact with the victim. Alonzo must pay a $1,500 fine, $106.50 in court costs and $27.20 in restitution.

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