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Courts

Jasper County Criminal Court Dispositions

The following cases were heard in Jasper County District Court during the week of Feb. 3-7.

• Elizabeth Seward Bailey, 31, pleaded guilty to OWI first offense, a serious misdemeanor. Judge Steven Holwerda sentenced her to two days in jail and levied a $1,250 fine.

• Tina Marie Bazer, 24, pleaded guilty to assault involving the use or display of a weapon, an aggravated misdemeanor. Judge Steven Holwerda issued a deferred judgment with one year probation and levied a $625 civil penalty.

• Dustin Ray Bestell, 21, pleaded guilty to driving while license revoked, a serious misdemeanor. Judge Steven Holwerda levied a $1,000 fine. As a result, Bestell was found to have violated the probation conditions of a deferred judgment on a June 2013 conviction for OWI first offense, a serious misdemeanor. Holwerda sentenced him to 60 days in jail and levied an additional $625 fine.

• Robert Cole Caldwell, 24, pleaded guilty to OWI first offense, a serious misdemeanor. Judge Steven Holwerda sentenced him to two days in jail and levied a $1,250 fine. Caldwell completed a 48-hour OWI program in lieu of the jail sentence.

• Kimberly Rochelle Carr, 30, pleaded guilty to assault causing bodily injury, a serious misdemeanor. Judge Steven Holwerda sentenced her to two days in jail and levied a $315 fine.

• Brandon Pierre Dugas, 27, pleaded guilty to third-degree harassment, a simple misdemeanor. Magistrate Judge Jonathan Noble levied a $65 fine. Two additional counts of third-degree harassment were dismissed by the court.

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