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Hannibal Courier - Post - Hannibal, MO
  • Circuit Court

  • The following Circuit Court cases were reported by Marion County Prosecuting Attorney Tom Redington.


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  • The following Circuit Court cases were reported by Marion County Prosecuting Attorney Tom Redington.
    • Allison Faler, domestic assault, third. On March 18, she pleaded guilty. She was sentenced to six months in the Marion County Jail with suspended execution of sentence (SES) pending successful completion of supervised probation for two years. She will also be required to serve seven consecutive days of shock incarceration, paying her own board bill, pay restitution to the victim(s), if any, complete any counseling and treatment the probation officer requires, pay $100 to the Marion County Law Enforcement Restitution Fund and pay court costs.
    • Jordan Yarrington, driving while intoxicated, first. On March 25, he pleaded guilty. He was given a suspended imposition of sentence (SIS) pending successful completion of private probation for two years. He will also be required to complete 20 hours community service, complete a SATOP program, attend a Victim Impact Panel (VIP), pay $100 to the Marion County Law Enforcement Restitution Fund, pay court costs and pay the recoupment of funds according to the MSHP, MCSD or HPD request in the file.
    • Robert DeWitt Jr., probation revocation. On March 18, his probation was revoked. He was sentenced to six months in the Marion County Jail.
    • Joseph Neubauer Sr., probation revocation. On March 18, his probation was revoked. He was sentenced to 90 days in the Marion County Jail.
    • Travis Howes, two counts, misdemeanor possession of marijuana. On March 18, he pleaded guilty. He was sentenced to 90 days in the Marion County Jail for each count.
    • Joshua Perkins, robbery, second. On March 18, he pleaded guilty. He was sentenced to serve five years in the Missouri Department of Corrections.
    • Taryn Marquardt, forgery, two counts. On March 18, she pleaded guilty. She was sentenced to serve three years in the Missouri Department of Corrections on each count.
    • Angelo Demilo, probation revocation. On March 22, his probation was revoked. He was sentenced to 90 days in the Marion County Jail.
    • Nathan Wilson, probation revocation. On March 25, his probation was revoked. He was sentenced to six months in the Marion County Jail.
    • Larry Lewis, misdemeanor possession of drug paraphernalia. On March 25, he pleaded guilty. He was sentenced to 45 days in the Marion County Jail.
    • Charles Elliott, assault, third. On March 25, he pleaded guilty. He was sentenced to 90 days in the Marion County Jail.
    • David Berard, stealing. On March 25, he pleaded guilty. He was sentenced to 60 days in the Marion County Jail.
    • Bransen Miller, misdemeanor possession of marijuana/paraphernalia. On March 25, he pleaded guilty. He was sentenced to 90 days in the Marion County Jail for each count.
    • Daryl Atteberry, robbery, first. On March 22, he pleaded guilty. He was sentenced to 10 years in the Missouri Department of Corrections.
    • Daniel Youngblood, driving while intoxicated, first. On March 25, he pleaded guilty. He was sentenced to 90 days in the Marion County Jail with a suspended execution of sentence (SES), pending successful completion of private probation for two years. He will also be required to complete 20 hours community service, pay a fine of $250, complete a SATOP program, attend a Victim Impact Panel (VIP), pay $100 to the Marion County Law Enforcement Restitution Fund and pay court costs.
    Page 2 of 2 - • Billy Joe Culp, driving while intoxicated, first; misdemeanor possession of marijuana/paraphernalia. On March 25, he pleaded guilty. He was sentenced to 90 days in the Marion County Jail with a suspended execution of sentence (SES) pending successful completion of private probation for two years. He will also be required to complete 40 hours community service, pay $100 to the Marion County Law Enforcement Restitution Fund and pay court costs on each count.
    • Donnell O’Hara, driving while intoxicated, first; misdemeanor possession of marijuana. On March 25, he pleaded guilty. He was sentenced to the following: DWI - 90 days in the Marion County Jail with a suspended execution of sentence (SES) pending successful completion of private probation for two years. He will also be required to complete 40 hours community service, serve 48 hours shock incarceration, paying his own board bill, complete a SATOP program, attend a Victim Impact Panel (VIP), pay $100 to the Marion County Law Enforcement Restitution Fund, pay court costs and pay the recoupment of funds according to the MSHP, MCSD or HPD request in the file. Marijuana - a fine of $500.
    • Theodore Parker, domestic assault, third. On March 25, he pleaded guilty. He was sentenced to 90 days in the Marion County Jail with a suspended execution of sentence (SES) pending successful completion of supervised probation for two years. He will also be required to serve seven consecutive days of shock incarceration, paying his own board bill. He will also be required to pay restitution to the victim(s), if any, and complete any counseling and treatment the probation officer requires, a payment of $100 to the Marion County Law Enforcement Restitution Fund and payment of court costs.
    • Nicole Morris, driving while intoxicated, first. On March 25, she pleaded guilty. She was sentenced to six months in the Marion County Jail with a suspended execution of sentence (SES) pending successful completion of private probation for two years. She will also be required to complete 40 hours of community service, pay a fine of $500, complete any counseling and treatment the probation officer requires, including 60 meetings in 90 days at an approved “self-help” group meeting, (e.g. AA meetings) or 90 days on an approved SCRAM ankle bracelet, pay $100 to the Marion County Law Enforcement Restitution Fund, pay court costs and pay the recoupment of funds according to the MSHP, MCSD or HPD request in the file.