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Tama County District Court

June 12, 2019
Toledo Chronicle, Tama News-Herald

Before Judge Andrew B. Chappell in Tama County District Court in Toledo:

Theron Dale Garcia, 25, Toledo, admitted violation of terms of probation and was found in contempt of court. He was sentenced to serve concurrent 60-day jail sentences and was granted credit for any time already served. Upon completion of the jail sentence Garcia was ordered to be placed in a residential correctional facility for up to one year. He was also directed to pay a total of $359 in court costs and court-appointed attorney fees.

A probation violation report charged Garcia had tested positive for or admitted to use of methamphetamine on two occasions while a resident of the Lary Nelson Residential Facility in Cedar Rapids.

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Garcia was placed on probation to the Department of Correctional Services after entering guilty pleas to charges of willful injury resulting in bodily injury, 1st degree theft and 3rd degree burglary on Aug. 18, 2017.

Jose Angel Ramirez Murillo, 24, Tama, admitted violation of terms of probation and was found in contempt of court. Probation was extended for an additional year to May 10, 2020. He was directed to file proof he had obtained a substance abuse evaluation, pay the $300 probation enrollment fee and was assessed court costs and court-appointed attorney fees totaling $200.

He was cited in a probation violation report for not paying the enrollment fee nor providing the substance abuse evaluation. He had received a deferred judgment on May 10, 2018, on a charge of possession of a controlled substance, marijuana.

Carolyn Sue Welch, 68, Toledo, pleaded guilty to 3rd degree theft. She was sentenced to 90 days in jail with credit for any time served and the balance suspended, assessed a $125 law enforcement surcharge and a $625 fine court costs and court-appointed attorney fees were suspended. She was placed on probation to the Department of Correctional Services and directed to pay the $300 supervisory fee.

Welch was charged for altering and paying the lesser price of a $50 rump roast to $8.32 at the Fareway Grocery in Toledo on Dec. 24, 2018 by Toledo Police Officer Kyle Howe.

Eric Ramon Lasley, 44, addresses of Marshalltown and Tama, was sentenced to suspended prison terms and was placed on probation to the 6th Judicial District Department of Correctional Services on May 30. He is to pay the supervisory enrollment fee.

He entered written guilty pleas to the charges on April 4. The sentences included five years for 2nd degree criminal mischief, two years for driving while barred and one year for 2nd degree harassment. Fines totaling $1,375 and court costs and court-appointed attorney fees of $2,053 were all suspended. He must pay a $315 fine on the 2nd degree harassment charge and a $125 law enforcement initiative surcharge.

Lasley was charged on Nov. 6, 2018, with driving while barred by Tama Police Officer Tyler Ayala-Pagan, and on Jan. 21, 2019, for criminal mischief and harassment for entering a residence in Tama, breaking a 55-inch television and remote control, dining room glass cabinet, and destroying two bathroom mirrors and damaging a bathroom vanity. He was charged with harassment for calling the victim about 36 times during the period he was in the residence while leaving threatening voice mails. The charges were filed by Tama Police Officer Neil Frizzell.

Victor Arquis Garcia, 21, rural Tama, admitted violation of terms of probation and was sentenced to a suspended five-year prison term on a charge of eluding. He had received a deferred judgment. A $750 fine was also suspended. He was placed on probation for three years to the 6th Judicial District Department of Correctional Services and to pay the enrollment fee. He must also pay a $125 law enforcement initiative surcharge.

Garcia was cited in a probation violation report for being arrested in Feb. 2, 2019, in Marshall County on charges of driving while license suspended or revoked, reckless driving and failure to maintain control of vehicle.

Garcia was charged on April 6, 2018, for eluding a law enforcement vehicle in the 1600 block of 305th Street, rural Tama, by Meskwaki Nation Tribal Police.

Before Associate Judge Nicholas Scott:

A minor at the time of the offense pleaded guilty to possession of a controlled substance-marijuana. He received a deferred judgment, was assessed a civil penalty and court costs totaling $415 and was placed on self-supervised probation to the Department of Correctional Services.

Miya Renee Smith, 21, Des Moines, admitted violation of terms of probation and was found in contempt of court. She was sentenced to served 20 days in jail with credit for any time already served. Probation was extended to July 19, 2020 and she is to pay $20 court-appointed attorney fees.

A probation violation report said Smith had been charged with 2nd offense drunken driving and driving while license suspended in Polk County on March 7 and had not completed any requirements of probation.

Smith was charged with 1st offense drunken driving on June 28, 2018, on U.S. Highway 30 and Tama County Road E66, rural Chelsea by Tama County Deputy Sheriff Brian Randall.

 
 

 

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