Monday’s plea court proceedings
Guilty pleas were entered by the following defendants during plea court proceedings on Monday before President Judge Maureen Skerda.
¯ Robert E. Doyle, Sheffield, to DUI: Highest rate of alcohol – first offense, driving while operating privilege is suspended or revoked and careless driving. Charges of possession – small amount of marijuana, DUI: General impairment/incapable of safe driving with accident – first offense, unlawful operation, unlawful operate snow/atv under influence, proof of insurance registration produced and displayed, unlawful operate snow/atv without helmet and operation on streets and highways were not prosecuted.
¯ Amanda L. Glover, Sheffield to retail theft. At a second docket, Glover pleaded guilty to theft by unlawful taking.
¯ Lacy A. Honey, Warren, to DUI: Controlled substance – Schedule I – third offense and driving while operating privilege suspended or revoked. Charges of possession – small amount of marijuana, possession of drug paraphernalia, driver required to be licensed, driving on right side of roadway and careless driving were not prosecuted.
¯ Axel L. Johnson, Sheffield, to driving an unregistered vehicle, improper display plate and carrying and exhibiting drivers license on demand. Charges of registration card to be signed/exhibited on demand, display plate card in improper vehicle and operating a vehicle without valid inspection were not prosecuted.
¯ James G. McCracken, Tidioute, to DUI: High rate of alcohol – second offense, driving on right side of roadway and driving vehicle at safe speed. Charges of DUI: General impairment/incapable of safe driving with accident – second offense, driving on roadways laned for traffic and careless driving were not prosecuted.
¯ Amanda M. Peterson, Warren, to disorderly conduct, harassment, public drunkenness and resisting arrest or other law enforcement. Charges of aggravated assault and simple assault were not prosecuted.
¯ Edward C. Thornton, Sugar Grove, to simple assault and resisting arrest or other law enforcement. Charges of criminal attempt (aggravated assault), harassment, terroristic threats and three counts of disorderly conduct were not prosecuted.
¯ Kaitlyn Wagner, Garland, to theft by unlawful taking. A count of possession of a controlled substance was not prosecuted. At a second docket, Wagner pleaded guilty to theft by unlawful taking.