On May 24, 2012, Marvis Spencer was sentenced to prison in Polk County Criminal Number FECR252300 for a period not to exceed 10 years for the crime of Possesion of a Controlled Substance with Intent to Deliver (Cocaine Base Crack). The defendant was prosecuted by the Polk County Attorney’s Office Drug and Gang Bureau.
On May 24, 2012, Jessica Gleason appeared in Polk County District Court in criminal number FE 254360. Gleason pleaded guilty and was sentenced for the crime of Possession of a Controlled Substance With Intent to Deliver (in excess of five grams of methamphetamine) as a Second or Subsequent Drug Offender. Gleason was sentenced to a term of imprisonment not to exceed 40 years. Gleason must serve a mandatory minimum one-third of her sentence before she is eligible for parole. The mandatory minimum was reduced by one-third based on her acceptance of responsibility. Gleason was prosecuted by the Polk County Attorney’s Office Drug and Gang Bureau.
Leonel Segovia was arraigned in FE255809 on one Count of Burglary 1st, Class B Felony, one count of Child Endangerment, Aggravated Misdemeanor; and one count of Domestic Abuse causing Bodily Injury, Aggravated Misdemeanor and one count of Criminal Mischief, a Serious Misdemeanor. The defendant entered a plea of not guilty to all charges. A pretrial conference and trial date were scheduled.
Allyson Van Pelt was arraigned in FE254201 on one count of Forgery, Class D Felony. The defendant entered a plea of not guilty to the charge. A pretrial conference and trial date were scheduled.
Elizabeth Barr was appeared in FE253102 and FE254844. She pled to one count of Identify theft and one count of Theft 2nd in FE253102 and one count of Theft 3rd in FE254844. Sentencing in both cases have been set for a later date.
Kenneth Phillip appeared before the court for sentencing in FE253003. The defendant had previously pled guilty to Count I: Eluding, a Class D Felony and Count II: OWI 1st, a Serious Misdemeanor on April 6, 2012. After hearing arguments from both attorneys and reviewing the Presentence Investigation report, the judge adjudicated the defendant on both and sentenced him to a sentence not to exceed 5 year on the Eluding charge and 1 year on the OWI 1st. Both counts were suspended but ordered to run concurrent. The defendant was placed on probation for 2 years. While on probation the defendant was required to completed recommended substance abuse treatment; complete Mental health evaluation and recommended treatment,; secure and maintain full time employment; participate in any other treatment or programs recommended by the department of corrections including cognitive skills and anger management classes in addition to obtaining a GED. Also, defendant was required to pay all court cost and restitution owed.