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Tama Co. Court News-District Court

February 1, 2019
Northern-Sun Print
Before Judge Fae Hoover-Grinde in Tama County District Court in Toledo: Ceisha Rose Van Wey, 27, rural Tama, pleaded guilty to 1st offense drunken driving. She was sentenced to two days in jail with credit for two days already served and fined and assessed court costs totaling $3,076. The court may waive $625 of the fine amount if proof of installation of an ignition interlock device is received. Her driver's license was revoked for 180 days. Van Wey was granted a deferred judgment on a charge of possession of less than 50 kg of marijuana with intent to deliver. She was placed on probation for three years to the 6th Judicial District Department of Correctional Services and directed to pay the enrollment fee. As part of the agreement she must pay a $750 civil penalty. Van Wey was charged on Dec, 8, 2017, at a Toledo convenience store parking lot by State Trooper N. Van Briesen. Dane Allyn Hagemeier, 29, Waterloo, entered a written guilty plea to charges of criminal trespassing and 5th degree theft. He was sentenced to concurrent seven-day jail terms with credit for seven days already served and fined and assessed court costs and a law enforcement initiative surcharge totaling $625. He was also ordered to pay victim restitution. Hagemeier originally faced charges of 3rd degree burglary for forcing entry into a residence in the 200 block of Railroad Street in Lincoln sometime on July 1 or 2, 2016, and taking items of financial importance. The charge was field by Tama County Deputy Sheriff Michael Wright. In a County Attorney's information, he was accused of 2nd degree theft for taking a 2008 Grand Prix car and the burglary charge. Drew Alan Mathes, 34, Tama, entered a written guilty plea to driving while license denied or revoked. He was fined and assessed court costs totaling $1,480. Mathes was charged on Oct. 13, 2018, at 17th and Harding streets by Tama Police Officer Neil Frizzell. Before Judge Fae Hoover-Grinde in Tama County District Court in Toledo: Yussuf Mohamud Mohamed, 33, Tama, entered an Alford Plea to a charge of child endangerment. An Alford Plea is not na admission of guilt but recognizes enough evidence may be entered in court to result in a conviction. He was sentenced to a suspended two-year prison term and was placed on supervised probation to the 6th Judicial District Department of Correctional Services and to pay the enrollment fee. He was fined and assessed court costs totaling $1,114. As part of a plea agreement five charges including willful injury resulting in serious injury, assault causing serious bodily injury, two counts of tampering with a witness / juror and false imprisonment were dismissed. Mohamed was originally accused on April 8, 2018, for aid and abetting in the assault of a victim who was choked until she lost consciousness and for false imprisonment for not allowing her to leave the apartment on the 100 block of West 3rd Street in downtown Tama. He was also accused of sitting on the victim's back had beating her with his fists and striking her with a cable wire. A child under the age of four was present during the assault according to the court record. Charges were initially filed by Tama Police Officer Neil Frizzell. Brodie Lee Doyle-Clark,22, Tama, was sentenced to suspended 10-year prison terms on two counts of selling drug or device or to unauthorized person under legal age. He pleaded guilty earlier to the charges. He was placed on probation for five years to the 6th Judicial District Department of Correctional Services, to pay the probation enrollment fee and ordered to reside in a community correctional center for up to one year. He was also found in violation of probation.A $1,000 fine was suspended and court costs of $1,012 were assessed. Doyle-Clark was charged on July 1, 2018, for allegedly forcing a 17-year-old female to take two green block Xanax pills while at a home in the 100 block of East 10th Street and for selling four green block Xanax pills on July 2, 2018, to a 16-year-old female at a Tama convenience store. The drug sale was allegedly arranged through Facebook Messenger, an internet social media site according to the court record. The charges were field by Tama Police Officer Neil Frizzell.

Before Judge Christopher L. Bruns: Aaron Levi Ditmarson, 24, Tama, admitted being in violation of terms of probation and being in contempt. He was sentenced to six days in jail with credit for six days already served. Probation for the defendant was continued. He was accused in a probation violation report of being charged with assault with intent to inflict serious injury and admitting to use of alcohol and methamphetamine in violation of the probation agreement. Ditmarson pleaded guilty to charges of possession with intent to deliver marijuana and Psilocybin and was originally granted a deferred judgement and placed on probation on Jan. 5, 2017.

 
 

 

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