One hundred eighty Defendants were prosecuted for Operating while under the Influence (OWI) in Polk County Associate District Courts in the month of October 2012.
One hundred twenty-seven of those defendants were prosecuted for OWI First Offense. OWI, First Offense is a Serious Misdemeanor, punishable by a maximum sentence of one year in the County Jail and a maximum fine of $1,250. The Court MUST impose a minimum of two days incarceration and a fine of $1,250, upon conviction. Blood Alcohol levels are shown below in parentheses. DRE indicates that the conviction was based upon use of drugs other than just alcohol. REF means that the defendant refused the chemical test. A deferred judgment (non-conviction) is usually available to those defendants who test below .150 for a first offense. The State of Iowa has a legislatively set, presumptive level of intoxication of .08.
Those defendants appearing for sentencing for OWI First Offense in this reporting period were: Aden, Kellen Lee Marie, (0.095); Andrade, Abel Ivan, (0.104); Archer, Jacob Dean, (REF); Bacon, Rebecca Ann, (0.101); Ball, Brandi Netasha Constance, (0.059); Basham, Matthew Scott, (DRE); Beery, Allen Roy, (0.202); Behmer, Mark Steven, (REF); Bernhardt, Kristen Ann, (REF); Blaine, Brandon Scott, (0.118); Blanchard, Michael Allen, (0.128); Blanchard, Michael Eugene, (0.14); Bosley, Cody Alan, (0.156); Bowman, Marcia Kay, (0.125); Broyles, Carly Jean, (0.134); Brumley, David L. II, (0.134); Bryan, Travis J., (0.123); Burdock, Paula Lynne, (0.111); Campos-Banda, Pedro, (0.183); Carel, Tamara Diane, (0.232); Castillo, Donaldo L., (0.176); Caudill, George Cary Jr, (.053/DRE); Cervantes, Salvador E., (0.133); Cervic, Vedad, (0.174); Clark, Joane Lorraine, (0.156); Couch, Hunter G, (DRE); Courter, Brandon David, (REF); Davey, Justin Ray, (0.253); Deaver, John Patrick , (0.094); Delmege, Jennifer Lynn, (0.175); Denning, Jesse Edward, (0.212); Dillon, Meghan Renae, (0.25); Doherty, Patrick Michael, (0.262); Doss, Douglas Alan Jr., (0.143); Enmon, Ricky Lynn Jr., (REF); Freise, Francis James, (0.143); Gander, Christopher Jay, (0.14); Grimes, Molly S., (0.106); Gully, Elaine , (0.226); Gute, Anne E., (0.19); Ham, Christopher Michael, (0.15); Hanssen, Devin M., (0.099); Hay, Brock Coryden , (0.115); Hayes, Patricia J., (0.12); Hoffman, Kira Aine, (0.112); Hohensee, Brian Zachary, (REF); Jacobs, Jeremy Aaron, (0.142); Janik, Adam John, (0.161); Janyavual, Venkata Nagendora, (0.139); Jenkins, Hope A., (0.219); Johnson, Travis D., (0.117); Johnson, William Jacob, (0.137); Jorgensen, Dillon L., (0.112); Kendrick, Paul Brian, (REF); King, Perry Louise, (0.121); Kingery, James Lee, (REF); Kleiber, Rachel D., (REF); Kleiber, Rachel D., (0.218); Krahl, Kelly Ann, (0.123); Kraus, Kenneth Allan, (0.114); Krveshi, Fisnik , (0.107); Landry, Julie Anne, (DRE); Lanier, Nina Marie, (0.252); Lee, Alvin Lee Jr, (0.093); Lindsay, John Paul, (DRE); Logan, Lori Rae, (REF); Lonning, Taylor M, (0.194); Magang, Malual Nathaniel, (0.297); Martin, Bryant Fitzgerald, (REF); Martin, Bryant Fitzgerald, (0.253); Martin, Mary Janelle, (0.174); McDonnell, Jason Gene , (REF); McKee, Christopher Michael, (0.227); McVey, Martin Darrelle, (REF); Mercer, Christine Rena , (0.133); Miller, Devun Anthony, (0.168); Miramontes, Francisco Gonzalez, (0.184); Moe, Karen Lea, (0.117); Monzon, Mario R., (0.165); Newton, Lahoma Michelle, (0.094); Nussbaum, Brittany Nicole, (0.165); Palmer, Mark L., (DRE); Patch, Ruth Anne, (0.162); Patel, Kalpeshkumar A., (0.197); Paul, Gideon G., (0.266); Phillips, Tarin Connor, (0.183); Pineda, Marvin, (0.214); Plank, Josh Lee, (REF); Ragan, Chad Allan, (0.118); Randall, Jesse J., (0.179); Randolph, Gene Dwight , (REF); Rediske, Aaron Michael, (REF); Reed, Ronald Lawrence, (0.118); Rios, Karina , (0.109); Ritchie, Karon Faye, (REF); Roberts, Ryan Ray, (0.191); Robinson, Nathan John, (REF); Sanford, Mark Dale, (REF); Sanga, Paul K., (0.155); Sargent, Heather M, (0.135); Schaefer, Bradley Ryan, (0.161); Scigliano, Miranda Nikol, (DRE); Searcy, William Leslie Antonio, (REF); Sharr, Marc Anthony, (0.221); Sheridan, Nicholas Michael, (REF); Sorensen, Jamie Lee, (0.193); Sosa, Erick Valerio, (0.123); Spurgin, Clint Robert, (0.153); St. Arnold, Jordan Timothy, (0.188); Steffes, Alec Ryan, (0.145); Stifel, Nicholas Russell, (0.127); Stivers, Alissa Glynn, (REF); Stoll, Matthew Alan, (0.144); Stout, Cory Ryan, (REF); Tharp, Amber Rae, (DRE/REF); Tiffin-Mueller, Krista Lea, (0.182); Toma-Lark, Patricia Joy, (0.135); Tronchetti, Laura Sue, (0.178); Trowbridge, Mariah K, (0.097); Turabov, Tofig M, (0.118); Vial, Jeffrey Michael, (REF); Wall, Whitney Rae, (0.171); Walls, Lamont Marcus, (REF); Wardm Thomas L., (0.208); Wells, Jill P., (DRE); Whiteside, Eston Vance, (DRE); Willse, Alan Ray, (REF).
Of those defendants sentenced for OWI first offense this report, forty-two had a test of .160 (twice the legal limit) or greater. The low chemical test among the group was .059 and the high test was .297 (over THREE times the legal limit). Eight defendants were prosecuted based upon their use of drugs other than just alcohol (denoted by “DRE” above) and twenty-six refused chemical testing (denoted by “Ref.” above).
Forty-one defendants appeared for sentencing for OWI Second Offense. OWI second offense is an Aggravated Misdemeanor punishable by up to two years in prison and a fine of up to $6250. The Court MUST impose a minimum of seven days incarceration and a minimum fine of $1875 upon conviction of Second Offense OWI. The defendants prosecuted for OWI second offense report were: Akers, Bryan Richard, (0.149); Aschenbrenner, Danny Ray, (0.166); Baker, Richard Paul, (REF); Beecham, Deandre Patric, (REF); Blessing, Jeremy Matthew, (0.136); Carey, Scott Joseph, (0.115); Conover, Chase Robert, (REF); Debruin, Kevin Jay, (REF); Driscoll, John William, (0.153); Edwards, Donovan Mason, (REF); Enos, Jeanette Marie, (0.322); Favela, Ernesto Josaphat, (REF); Frakes, Todyanna J., (0.186); Garcia, Luis Humberto, (0.192); Gramblin, David M., (REF); Haigh, Adam Charles, (0.15); Hall, Melissa C, (0.278); Hicks, Thomas Francis , (REF); Hoffman, Michael Scott, (REF); Hollingsworth, Richard Scott, (0.218); Houseman, Travis Richard, (0.151); Howlett, Kama Lea, (0.164); Hurless, Carolyn Louise , (0.173); Jenkins, Timothy Gene, (0.25); Jewett, Abby Nicolle, (0.172); Lagunas, David L., (0.11); Leford, Blake Matthew, (DRE); Leonetti, Andrea Michelle, (REF); McColloch, Mitchell S., (0.112); Montelongo, Nicholas M., (REF); Mosqueda, Stephen Jesse Jr., (0.191); Olsen, Jull Courtney, (0.239); Olson, Kouri Lee, (0.206); Reynolds, Darci Lee, (0.206); Salgado, Alan, (REF); Sather, Krystal Louise, (REF); Seiberling, Benjamin Lee, (REF); Storrs, Lindsey Marie, (REF); Tullis, Clint Douglas, (REF); Watson, Teri Nicole, (REF); Wentland, Savanna J., (REF).
Of those Defendants sentenced for OWI second offense who took a chemical test, those tests ranged from a low of .011 to a high of .322 (over FOUR times the legal limit). Eighteen of these defendants refused the chemical test. One defendant was prosecuted based upon their use of drugs other than just alcohol.
There were seven defendants sentenced this reporting period for Third Offense OWI. Third Offense OWI is a Class D felony, punishable by up to five years in prison and by a fine of up to $7500. The Court MUST sentence a Defendant convicted of Third Offense OWI to a minimum of thirty days in jail and a minimum fine of $3125. Sentenced this report: Hayes, Ericka M., (.066/DRE/REF); Hazelwood, Michael Keith, (0.18); Holtsinger, John Francis, (REF); Jeffries, Shannon K., (0.135); Jones, Kimberly Evelyn, (0.333); Sheffler, Matthew Richard, (REF); Whitworth, Steven Shay, (REF).
These cases were prosecuted by attorneys assigned to the Intake and Screening Bureau of Polk County Attorney John Sarcone’s Office. For October of 2012, the attorneys directly responsible for handling this challenging, fast-paced and high volume docket were: Brendan Greiner, Jim Hathaway, and Maurice Curry.