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Felony court cases for Sept. 18

The following cases were among those heard at a Sept. 18 felony court session at the Davison County Public Safety Center. o Anthony Van Everdingen, 28, of Mitchell, pleaded not guilty to solicitation of a minor, a Class 4 felony which carries a m...

The Davison County Public Safety Center serves as the home for county lockup. (Matt Gade/Republic)
The Davison County Public Safety Center serves as the home for county lockup. (Matt Gade/Republic)

The following cases were among those heard at a Sept. 18 felony court session at the Davison County Public Safety Center.

• Anthony Van Everdingen, 28, of Mitchell, pleaded not guilty to solicitation of a minor, a Class 4 felony which carries a maximum penalty of 10 years in the state penitentiary and a fine of $20,000, jury trial scheduled for Dec. 18

• John Abdo Sr., 53, of Mitchell, pleaded guilty to grand theft of more than $1,000 and less than or equal to $2,500, a Class 6 felony which carries a maximum penalty of two years in the state penitentiary and a fine of $4,000; Sentenced to two years in the state penitentiary with two years suspended and credit for 39 days served; Pleaded guilty to entering or surreptitiously remaining in a building, a Class 1 misdemeanor which carries a maximum penalty of one year in the state penitentiary and a fine of $2,000; Sentenced concurrently to one year in the state penitentiary with one year suspended and credit for 39 days served; Sentenced to three years probation; Must pay $3,104.01 in restitution and $106.50 in court costs; Must repay court-appointed attorney's fees.

• Rachelle Cade, 43, of Mitchell, failed to appear on charges of identity theft, a Class 6 felony which carries a maximum penalty of two years in the state penitentiary and a fine of $4,000, unauthorized ingestion of a controlled drug or substance in schedules I or II, a Class 5 felony which carries a maximum penalty of five years in the state penitentiary and a fine of $10,000, and possession of two ounces of marijuana or less, a Class 1 misdemeanor which carries a maximum penalty of one year in the state penitentiary and a fine of $2,000; Court issued a $1,000 bench warrant.

• Logan Sapp, 22, of Mitchell, pleaded guilty to possession of a controlled substance, to wit, methamphetamine, a Class 5 felony which carries a maximum penalty of five years in the state penitentiary and a fine of $10,000; Pleaded guilty to aggravated eluding and a third violation of a protection order, both of which are Class 6 felonies which carry a maximum penalty of two years in the state penitentiary and a fine of $4,000; Admitted to violating probation on a previous conviction of possession of a controlled substance in schedules I or II, a Class 5 felony which carries a maximum penalty of five years in the state penitentiary and a fine of $10,000; Sentencing scheduled for Oct. 30.

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• Millie Miller, 41, of Mitchell, pleaded guilty to possession of a controlled substance, to wit, methamphetamine, a Class 5 felony which carries a maximum penalty of five years in the state penitentiary and a fine of $10,000; Sentenced to five years in the state penitentiary with five years suspended, 15 days in jail, credit for 10 days served and four years probation; Must pay a fine of $1,000, $106.50 in court costs and $98.50 in prosecution costs; Must repay court-appointed attorney's fees.

• Tanner Pickner, 23, failed to appear on charges of possession of a controlled substance in schedules I or II and unauthorized ingestion of a controlled substance in schedules I or II, both of which are Class 5 felonies which carry a maximum penalty of five years in the state penitentiary and a fine of $10,000, and use or possession of drug paraphernalia and driving without a license, both of which are Class 2 misdemeanors which carry a maximum penalty of 30 days in jail and a $500 fine; Court issued a $2,500 bench warrant.

• Taylor Kubik, 19, of Mitchell, pleaded guilty to identity theft and aiding, abetting or advising grand theft of more than $1,000 and less than or equal to $2,500, both of which are Class 6 felonies which carry a maximum penalty of two years in the state penitentiary and a fine of $4,000; Sentencing scheduled for Oct. 30.

• Fredrick Melmer, 19, of Mitchell, pleaded guilty to possession of a controlled substance, to wit, delta-9-tetrahydrocannabinol, a Class 5 felony which carries a maximum penalty of five years in the state penitentiary and a fine of $10,000; Court granted a suspended imposition of sentence; Sentenced to 10 days in jail and three years probation; Must pay a fine of $1,000, $104 in court costs and $77.80 in prosecution costs; Must repay court-appointed attorney's fees.

• Michael Gabriel, 38, of Huron, was sentenced to five years in the state penitentiary with three years suspended, credit for 16 days served and for possession of a controlled substance, to wit, fentanyl, a Class 5 felony which carries a maximum penalty of five years in the state penitentiary and a fine of $10,000; Must pay $104 in court costs and $88 in prosecution costs; Must repay court-appointed attorney's fees.

• Andrew Murphy, 36, of Mitchell, pleaded not guilty to fourth-degree rape, a Class 3 felony which carries a maximum penalty of 15 years in the state penitentiary and a fine of $30,000; Jury trial scheduled for Dec. 18.

• Steven Jordan, 29, of Mitchell, pleaded guilty to second-degree burglary, a Class 3 felony which carries a maximum penalty of 15 years in the state penitentiary and a fine of $30,000; Sentenced to six years in the state penitentiary with three years suspended and credit for five days served; Must pay $104 in court costs; Must repay court-appointed attorney's fees.

• Zakary Kleinsasser, 18, of Mitchell, pleaded not guilty to aiding and abetting aggravated criminal entry of a motor vehicle, a Class 6 felony which carries a maximum penalty of two years in the state penitentiary and a fine of $4,000, and possession of stolen property, a Class 2 misdemeanor which carries a maximum penalty of 30 days in jail and a $500 fine; Jury trial scheduled for Dec. 18.

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• Melody Ringing Shield, 28, of Winner, admitted to violating probation on a previous conviction of unauthorized ingestion of a controlled substance in schedules I or II, a Class 5 felony which carries a maximum penalty of five years in the state penitentiary and a fine of $10,000; Sentenced to five years in the state penitentiary with five years suspended, credit for 56 days served and four years probation; Must repay all amounts previously ordered and court-appointed attorney's fees.

• Gage Schaub, 18, of Mitchell, pleaded not guilty to fourth-degree rape, a Class 3 felony which carries a maximum penalty of 15 years in the state penitentiary and a fine of $30,000, and sexual contact with a child under 16, a Class 1 misdemeanor which carries a maximum penalty of one year in the state penitentiary and a fine of $2,000; Jury trial scheduled for Dec. 18.

• Charles Gross, 32, of Mountlake Terrace, Washington, was granted a suspended imposition of sentence on a previous conviction of possession of more than two ounces and less than one-half pound of marijuana, a Class 6 felony which carries a maximum penalty of two years in the state penitentiary and a fine of $4,000.

• Katherine Holt, 21, of Mitchell, pleaded guilty to possession of two ounces of marijuana or less, a Class 1 misdemeanor which carries a maximum penalty of one year in the state penitentiary and a fine of $2,000; Court granted a suspended imposition of sentence; Must pay a fine of $413.50, $133 in prosecution costs and $86.50 in court costs.

• Michelle Star Ironshell, 35, of Mitchell, failed to appear on charges of manufacturing, distribution or possession of drugs in schedules I or II, a Class 4 felony which carries a maximum penalty of 10 years in the state penitentiary and a fine of $20,000, and possession of a controlled substance in schedules I or II, a Class 5 felony which carries a maximum penalty of five years in the state penitentiary and a fine of $10,000; Court issued a $500 bench warrant.

• Stephanie Grover, 28, of Mitchell, failed to appear on charges of possession of a controlled substance in schedules I or II, a Class 5 felony which carries a maximum penalty of five years in the state penitentiary and a fine of $10,000, and use or possession of drug paraphernalia, a Class 2 misdemeanor which carries a maximum penalty of 30 days in jail and a $500 fine; Court ordered that the $1,000 bench warrant remain in place.

• Mason Ridgeway, 18, of Mitchell, pleaded not guilty to forgery, a Class 5 felony which carries a maximum penalty of five years in the state penitentiary and a fine of $10,000, and grand theft of more than $1,000 and less than or equal to $2,500, both of which are Class 6 felonies which carry a maximum penalty of two years in the state penitentiary and a fine of $4,000; Jury trial scheduled for Dec. 18.

• Trevor Kohlrus, 26, of Mitchell, pleaded guilty to distribution of more than one ounce and less than one half pound of marijuana and possession of a controlled substance, to wit, methamphetamine, both of which are Class 5 felonies which carry a maximum penalty of five years in the state penitentiary and a fine of $10,000; Pleaded guilty to distribution of one ounce or less of marijuana, a Class 6 felony which carries a maximum penalty of two years in the state penitentiary and a fine of $4,000; Sentencing scheduled for Dec. 11.

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• Kim Flood, 35, of Mitchell, pleaded guilty to possession of a controlled substance, to wit, methamphetamine, a Class 5 felony which carries a maximum penalty of five years in the state penitentiary and a fine of $10,000; Sentenced to five years in the state penitentiary with five years suspended, 46 days in jail with credit for 32 days served and four years probation; Must pay a fine of $1,000, $106.50 in court costs and $84.60 in prosecution costs; Must repay court-appointed attorney's fees.

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