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Felony Court cases for Sept. 17

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The following cases were among those heard Tuesday during a felony court session at the Davison County Public Safety Center.

  • Jesse Felix Jr., 26, of Mitchell, pleaded guilty to third-degree burglary, a Class 5 felony. He was sentenced to four years probation, along with nine days in jail with credit for one day served. Conditions of his sentence include that he must be employed, to repay court-appointed attorney’s fees and is subject to court supervision and bodily testing. He was ordered to pay $406.14 in restitution and $1,512.64 in fees, fines and court costs.

  • Corban Brishon, 25, of Sioux Falls, pleaded guilty to driving under the influence. Brishon admitted it was his third DUI charge in a 10-year span. Facing a Class 6 felony, he faces a maximum penalty of up to two years in jail, up to $4,000 fines and court costs and is subject to losing a driver’s license for one year. Sentencing is scheduled for Oct. 29.

  • John Patton, 19, of Mitchell, pleaded guilty to one count of possession of a controlled substance in schedules I or II, which is a Class 5 felony, which carries a maximum penalty of five years in the state penitentiary and a fine of up to $10,000. Sentencing will be Oct. 15.

  • Isaiah Schyvers, 20, of Mitchell, pleaded guilty to possession of two ounces or less of marijuana, a Class 1 misdemeanor. His sentence includes 62 days in jail, with 30 days suspended and credit for 31 days served. He was ordered to obey all laws, repay court-appointed attorney fees and pay $717.90 in fees, fines and court costs.

  • Eric Conrad, 32, of Mitchell, received a suspended execution of sentence of five years in the state penitentiary and five years probation for third-degree burglary, which is a Class 5 felony. Conrad received credit for 151 days served in jail. Other conditions of his sentence include court supervision, to obey all laws, repay court-appointed attorney’s fees, and pay $1,106.50 in fees, fines, and court costs.

  • Sara Thompson, 34, of Fort Thompson, pleaded guilty to possession of two ounces or less of marijuana, a Class 1 misdemeanor. Thompson was sentenced to 39 days in jail with 30 days suspended and credit for nine days served. She was also ordered to obey all laws, pay court-appointed attorney’s fees and pay $833.87 in court costs, fees and fines.

  • Margaret Medicine Horn, 23, of Mitchell, pleaded guilty to manufacturing, distribution, or possession of Schedule I or II controlled substances, a Class 4 felony, which carries a maximum penalty of 10 years in the state penitentiary and a fine of up to $20,000. She will be sentenced Oct. 29.

  • Skyler Pickner, 28, of Mitchell, pleaded guilty to a probation violation. The court gave Pickner a suspended imposition of sentence, and ordered that Pickner’s initial four-year probation period should start over. Other conditions of his sentence include court supervision, to obey all laws and to repay court-appointed attorney’s fees. He was ordered to pay $1,152.50 in court costs, fees and fines.

  • Austin Bruguier, 28, of Mitchell, pleaded guilty to a probation violation. His sentencing hearing will be Oct. 1.

  • Sabrina Peterson, 22, of Burnsville, Minn., pleaded guilty to possession of two ounces of marijuana or less, a Class 1 misdemeanor. Peterson was granted a suspended imposition of sentence, and as the terms of her sentence, was ordered to obey all laws, pay court-appointed attorney’s fees and pay $721.70 in court fees, fines and costs.

  • Karen Gilman, 36, of Mitchell, pleaded not guilty to possession of a controlled substance in schedules I or II, which is a Class 5 felony that carries a maximum penalty of up to five years in the state penitentiary and a fine of up to $10,000. A jury trial is scheduled for Dec. 16

  • Asany Calvo, 30, of Madison, Neb., pleaded not guilty to grand theft of more than $2,500 and less than $5,000.01, a Class 5 felony, which carries a maximum penalty of up to five years in the state penitentiary and a fine of up to $10,000. A jury trial is scheduled for Dec. 16.

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