Boundary County First Judicial District Court dispositions

Felonies and misdemeanors
December 16 – 29

Judge Lamont Berecz

Natalie Marie Adams, Bonners Ferry, born 2002, charged with felony possession of a controlled substance November 14, charging agency not listed, pled guilty and sentenced to two years, six months in prison, determinate, four years, six months indeterminate, and $285.50 costs. Charged with introducing contraband into a correctional facility, pled guilty and sentenced to two years, six months in prison, determinate, four years, six months indeterminate, and $285.50 costs, concurrent.

Chevon D. Anderson, Troy, state not listed, born 1981, charged with trafficking in amphetamines, a felony, May 11, charging agency not listed, amended to possession of a controlled substance with intent to deliver, a felony, pled guilty and sentenced to two years in prison, determinate, five years indeterminate, credit for 225 days served, and $382.50 costs. Charged with felony possession of a controlled substance, pled guilty and sentenced to two years in prison, determinate, five years indeterminate, credit for 225 days served, concurrent, and $285.50 costs. Charged with felony possession of a controlled substance November 2, charging agency not listed, pled guilty and sentenced to two years, five months in prison, determinate, four years, five months, indeterminate, and $382.50 costs, concurrent.

Rachel Nicole Gravelle, Bonners Ferry, born 1995, charged with felony possession of a controlled substance November 2, charging agency not listed, pled guilty and sentenced to five years in prison, indeterminate, and $285.50 costs.

Judge Justin Julian

Shane T. Brown, Bonners Ferry, born 1970, charged with possession of paraphernalia August 31 by the Bonners Ferry Police Department, pled guilty and sentenced to 30 days in jail, 28 days suspended, $102.50 fine, $294.50 costs and 364 days probation.

Adriana Jordan, Sandpoint, born 202, charged with possession of paraphernalia November 26 by the Bonners Ferry Police Department, found guilty and fined $102.50 and $197.50 costs, judgment withheld, and 364 days probation.

Jesse Thomas Sumpter, Sandpoint, born 1993, charged with transporting forest products without proof of ownership by the Idaho State Police, pled guilty and fined $100.

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