Roger Polanco Garza pled guilty in OWOM077002 to Assault on a Peace Officer and
OWI 1st Offense. He also stipulated he violated the terms and conditions of hi probation
in another matter. He was granted probation and sentenced to remain in jail until
there as space available for him at the Fort Des Moines Residential Facility where
he will be required to reside.
Weston Bueford pled guilty in AG270913 to Burglary of a Motor Vehicle and Assault
Causing Injury . He was granted probation with treatment.
Edward Dipple stipulated he violated the terms and conditions of his probation and
was sentenced to prison in FE263757 for a period of five (5) years on the charge
of Failure to Comply with the Sex Offender Registry
Brandon Ecker was granted placement at the Fort Des Moines Facility as a condition
of his continued probation after stipulating he violated the terms of his probation.
He will remain in jail until a bed is available for him
Korey Martz was granted continued probation after violating his probation by failing
to work on his GED, failing to pay his court ordered financial obligations and using
marijuana. He has to complete 30 hours of community service and work at least 5
hours a week on his GED in FE252721.
Jennifer Turner pled guilty to escape for failing to return to the Fort Des Moines
Facility as required in SR269181. She stipulated she violated the terms of her probation
in FE261860 by committing this new offense. She was sentenced to prison for five
years and given credit on the escape charge for 30 days in jail.
James White stipulated he violated the terms of his probation in FE262689 on the
charge of Theft 1st Degree. He was sentenced to prison for 10 years.
On December 6, 2013, Phyllis Oberender appeared for a probation violation hearing.
She is on probation for Conspiracy to Deliver a Controlled Substance, a Class C
felony, and Failure to Possess a Tax Stamp, a Class D felony, in case number FE253690.
The Court found that she had violated the conditions of her probation and the Court
revoked her deferred judgment, sentenced her to ten (10) years and five (5) years
in prison, consecutive, but suspended this sentence and ordered her to complete
in-patient substance abuse treatment. This defendant was prosecuted by the Polk
County Attorney’s Office Drug and Gang Bureau.
On December 6, 2013, Gena Rodriguez was sentenced to prison in Polk County Criminal
Number FECR264920 for a period not to exceed 25 years for the crime of Conspiracy
to Deliver a Controlled Substance (Methampehtamine). The defendant was prosecuted
by the Polk County Attorney’s Office Drug and Gang Bureau.