Page County Attorney, Carl M. Sonksen, reports the following activities in the Iowa District Court for Page County for the week of Dec. 3. The Honorable Richard H. Davidson, District Court Judge of the Fourth Judicial District presided. All persons are presumed innocent until proven guilty in a court of law.

David Jacob Stimson, age 58, Shambaugh, Iowa, appeared with his attorney and pled guilty to Assault Causing Bodily Injury or Mental Illness. The Defendant was sentenced to 90 days in jail, with all but 50 days suspended and credit for time served. The Defendant was placed on informal probation for two years and ordered to pay all court costs, surcharges, court appointed attorney’s fees and restitution.

Noelle Leann Golden, age 26, Auburn, NE, appeared with her attorney and pled guilty to Possession of Marijuana. The Defendant was ordered to pay a fine in the amount of $615.00, plus surcharges, court costs and appointed attorney’s fees.

William Joseph Bullock, age 35, Gray, Iowa, appeared with his attorney and admitted to violating the terms and conditions of probation. The Defendant was sentenced to 30 days in the Shelby County Jail and given credit for time previously served. The Defendant’s probation is extended to December 2020 and he was ordered to pay costs and restitution of court appointed attorney fees.

Sarah Jeanette Croson, age 20, Council Bluffs, Iowa, appeared with her attorney and pled guilty to two counts of Forgery and one count of Conspiracy. Upon the Defendant’s guilty pleas to the two counts of forgery, she is committed to the Director of Adult Corrections for a term not to exceed five years and the two sentences shall run concurrently. The Defendant’s guilty plea to the Conspiracy charge commits her to the Director of Adult Corrections for a term not to exceed five years. The sentences shall run consecutively. The sentences were suspended and Defendant was placed on formal probation for two years. Defendant was ordered to pay costs and court-appointed attorney fees and any surcharges.

Jill Christine Currin, age 40, Corning, Iowa, appeared with her attorney and admitted to violating the terms and conditions of her probation. The Defendant was sentenced to 30 days in the Page County Jail. The Defendant’s probation is extended until April 2020 and she was ordered to pay costs, any surcharges and court appointed attorney fees.

Robert D. McKim, age 23, Shenandoah, Iowa appeared with his attorney and admitted to violating the terms and conditions of his probation. The Defendant was sentenced to 90 days in the Page County Jail with credit for time served. The Defendant was ordered to pay costs, any surcharges and court appointed attorney fees.

Brandi Alice Proulx, age 40, Lexington, Kentucky, appeared with her attorney and pled guilty to Operating a Motor Vehicle While Intoxicated, First Offense. The Defendant was sentenced to 35 days in jail with credit for time served. The Defendant must complete a Substance Abuse Evaluation and follow any recommendations. The Defendant is ordered to pay a criminal fine of $1,250.00, plus any other court costs, surcharges and fines.

Linda Lee Whitlatch, age 30, Carlisle, Iowa, appeared with her attorney and entered a plea of guilty to Count I, Conspire to Manufacture, Deliver, and/or Possess with Intent to Deliver Methamphetamine; Count II, Furnishing a Controlled Substance or Intoxicating Beverage at a Detention Facility; and Count III, Failure to Affix Drug Tax Stamp on Taxable Substance. On Count I the Defendant was sentenced to the Director of Adult Corrections of the State of Iowa for a term not to exceed 10 years. Counts II and III, Defendant is committed to the Director of Adult Corrections of the State of Iowa for a term not to exceed five years, those sentences shall run concurrently with each other and consecutive to the Count I sentence. The sentences are suspended and Defendant is placed on formal probation for two years. Defendant shall reside at the Women’s Residential Correctional Facility until maximum benefits are achieved. Defendant was ordered to pay costs, court-appointed attorney fees and applicable surcharges.

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