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Tama County District Court

June 15, 2017
Toledo Chronicle, Tama News-Herald

Before Judge Fae Hoover Grinde in Tama County District Court in Toledo:

Amanda Jacquelyn Collins, 29, Tama, was sentenced on charges of 2nd degree theft and to two counts of 3rd degree burglary. She entered guilty pleas earlier. Collins received suspended five-year prison sentences on each charge. She was placed on probation for three years and was placed at the Marshalltown Community Corrections Facility for up to one year.

Collins was charged with 2nd degree burglary on Dec. 19, 2016, for entering a residence and stealing checks and then forging one to obtain cash and on Jan. 17 after being found in a garage at a private residence in the 300 block of North Wilson Street by Toledo Police Officer Nathan Wunn. She was charged with 2nd degree theft on Jan. 11 after taking stolen rings to a Marshalltown pawn shop to obtain cash. The charge was filed by Tama Police Officer Brandon Boldt.

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She was ordered to pay restitution totaling $1,360 to the General Store Pawn Shop, Marshalltown and $1,085 to the owner of the checks.

Christian Seth Styles, 38, rural Belle Plaine, admitted violation of terms of probation. He was found in contempt of court and sentenced to 14 days in jail with credit for 14 days already served. His probation was extended for one year.

A probation violation report said Styles had not completed any of his probation obligations including contact his probation officer, has not paid restitution or probation supervisory fee payments and his whereabouts were unknown when the report was filed on March 21.

Styles is on probation on 2nd degree theft charges in Tama and Polk counties.

He was charged on March 16, 2016, in Tama County for identity theft and unauthorized used of a credit card by the Tama County Sheriff's Office.

Marcus Matrell Leavy, 33, Waterloo , admitted violation of terms of probation. His suspended sentence on a charge of 3rd offense drunken driving was revoked and he was sentenced to serve five years in prison. The sentence is to be served concurrently with a Black Hawk County sentence on charges of possession of a controlled substance with intent to deliver and drug tax stamp violation.

Leavy was accused in a probation report of testing positive for alcohol consumption on two occasions during scheduled probation appointments. He was also cited for using alcohol while assigned to a residential treatment facility.

Leavy was arrested for 3rd offense drunken driving in Tama County on Sept. 8, 2015, by the Tama County Sheriff's Office.

Nicholas Robert Kemmerling, 37, Cedar Rapids, admitted violation of terms of probation. He was found in contempt of court and sentenced to serve 30 days in jail. His term of probation was extended for one year.

Kemmerling was accused in a probation violation report of testing positive for use of methamphetamine, failing to report to the probation office and having being arrested by Cedar Rapids Police on a charge of unlawful possession of prescription drugs.

He originally pleaded guilty to conspiracy to manufacture / deliver or possess with intent to manufacture or deliver methamphetamine and received a five-year suspended prison term and was placed on probation on Nov. 5, 2015.

Jamie Katherine Sells, 37, De Moines, admitted violation of terms of probation. Her deferred judgment previously issued was revoked and she was sentenced to a five-year prison term. The sentence is to be served concurrently with one handed down in Polk County. She was fined and assessed court costs totaling $1,065. Payment made as a civil penalty under the deferred judgment will be applied to the fine and court cost obligation.

She was originally sentenced in Tama county for possession of methamphetamine, 3rd or subsequent offense on Jan. 1, 2016. She pleaded guilty and was sentenced to a five-year prison term in Polk County on May 31 on a charge of 3rd offense drunken driving.

Sells was originally charged in Tama County at the Meskwaki Bingo Casino Hotel, rural Tama, on July 10, 2015, by Meskwaki Nation Tribal Police.

 
 

 

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