Boundary County First Judicial District Court dispositions

Felonies and misdemeanors
December 2 – 8

Judge Lamont Berecz

Tina AnnMarie Driggars, Ponderay, born 1970, charged with felony possession of a controlled substance June 29, 2022, charging agency not listed, pled guilty and sentenced to one year in prison, determinate, two years indeterminate, credit for 182 days served, prison suspended, 30 days in jail, $200 fine, $585.50 costs and two years supervised probation. Charged with DUI June 28, 2022, by the Idaho State Police, pled guilty and sentenced to 180 days in jail with credit for 182 days served and two years supervised probation.

Raymond David Edwards III, Bonners Ferry, born 1983, charged with felony possession of a controlled substance May 18 by the Bonners Ferry Police Department, pled guilty and sentenced to two years in prison, determinate, five years indeterminate, prison suspended, $60 costs and five years felony probation.

Christopher Michael Plunk, Julietta, state not listed, born 1972, charged with grand theft, a felony, February 10, charging agency not listed, amended to petit theft, pled guilty and sentenced to 365 days in jail, 355 days suspended, credit for four days served, $3,110.68 costs and one year probation.

Kahaila Lee Smith, Bonners Ferry, born 1993, charged with felony possession of a controlled substance July 17, charging agency not listed, pled guilty and sentenced to two year, six months in prison, determinate, two years, six months indeterminate, credit for 25 days served, prison suspended, $382.50 costs and three years felony probation. Judge Justin Julian Jonathon C. Miller, Bonners Ferry, born 1977, charged with aggravated assault with a deadly weapon, a felony, August 21 by the Boundary County Sheriff’s Office, amended to disturbing the peace, pled guilty and sentenced to 90 days in jail, 86 days suspended, credit for two days served, $142.50 fine, $160.50 costs and 364 days probation.

Richard P. Wentzell, Bonners Ferry, born 2000, charged with DUI August 31 by the Bonners Ferry Police Department, pled guilty and sentenced to three days in jail with credit for three days served, 90 day drivers license suspension, $297.50 fine, $202.50 costs and 364 days probation.

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