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Tama County Court News

June 27, 2019
Northern-Sun Print
Tama County District Court

Before Chief Judge Patrick R. Grady in Tama County District Court in Toledo:

Sara Beth Perry, 44, Toledo, in a plea agreement, pleaded guilty to possession with intent to deliver a controlled substance, methamphetamine, less then five grams. She was sentenced to 10 years in prison, credit for any jail time already served and directed to pay restitution totaling $835 to Designer Inn & Suites, Toledo. The reimbursement is to cover the cost of a new room door and installation. The door was broken down when police entered to serve a search warrant. Charges of possession of marijuana with intent to manufacture, deliver, or possess with intent to manufacture or deliver and tampering with a witness were dismissed as part of the plea agreement. Fines and court costs totaling $1,182 were waived in recognition of prison time to be served and recognition of her inability to reimburse the court. Perry was charged on March 5 after a search warrant was served on her room at the Designer Inn. Baggies of a crystalline substance, marijuana, a digital scale labeled “for dope only,” multiple hypodermic needles and various smoking devices were found. Also on March 5, Perry was accused of tampering with a witness or juror for allegedly communicating on Facebook Messenger social media with a person calling her a”snitch” and “sad, sad girl.” The message was allegedly done to influence testimony to be given in another trial. The charges were filed by Toledo Police Sgt. Dan Quigley. Davis Allen Buhrman, 19, Toledo, admitted violation of terms of probation in a written consent. He was found in contempt of court and ordered to serve 45 days in jail with credit for any time already served. The sentence is to be seed concurrently with those imposed in three Tama County cases for 1st degree harassment, eluding and possession of a controlled substance- 1st offense and a Benton county sentence for drunken driving. Buhrman was cited in a probation violation report for admitting to have smoked marijuana to the probation officer on four occasions, testing positive for use of THC and quitting his job. Dawn Dorothy Young, 32, Tama, admitted violation of terms of probation. Deferred judgment was revoked and she was sentenced to five years in prison on a charge of 3rd degree burglary. The sentence was then suspended and Young was placed on supervised probation to the 6th Judicial District Department of Correctional Services for three years. Fines of $750 were suspended. Young was cited in a probation violation report for being convicted in Marshall County of possession of methamphetamine, missing six scheduled probation officer appointments, leaving the state without prior permission, termination from two jobs and failure to make payments toward court and probation supervisory costs. Young pleaded guilty to two counts of 3rd degree burglary on Jan. 19, 2017. She was charged by Toledo Police for allegedly entering an occupied room at the Super 8 Motel in Toledo where she was employed and taking 12 hydrocone tablets. Richard John Horton Sr., 37, rural Tama, admitted violation of terms of probation. He was found in contempt of court and ordered to serve seven days in jail with credit for any time already served. The sentence was delayed to Dec. 13. If Horton has no further violations the contempt will be purged. He was cited in a probation violation for being arrested by Meskwaki Nation Tribal Police for domestic battery on March 5 while consuming alcohol. Horton had been placed on probation after pleading guilty to 2nd offense drunken driving and driving while barred on Dec. 14, 2018. He was charged on July 6, 2018 by Toledo Police. Justin Fredrick Chandonia, 33, Toledo, entered a written guilty plea to operating a motor vehicle while license barred as a habitual offender. He was placed on self-supervised probation for two years and fined and assessed court costs totaling $3,004. He also was directed to pay a probation enrollment fee. Chandonia was charged on Jan. 18 on Business Highway 30 by Toledo Police Officer Kyle Howe. Mina Annabeth Youngbear, 23, rural Montour, entered a written guilty plea to possession of a controlled substance- methamphetamine. She was sentenced to 30 days in jail with credit for 30 days already served and fined and assessed court costs totaling $724. Youngbear was charged on Dec. 14, 2018, in the 400 block of Business Highway 30 by Toledo Police Detective Nathan Shepard.

 
 

 

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