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Boundary County First Judicial Court District dispositions

 
June 13, 2022
Felonies and misdemeanors
June 4 - 10

Judge Barbara Buchanan
 
Jeremy Michael Gross, Moyie Springs, born 1988, charged with felony possession of a controlled substance February 11, charging agency not given, pled guilty and sentenced to one year in prison, determinate, one year indeterminate, penitentiary suspended, 60 days in jail with credit for five days served, $300 fine, $542.50 costs and two years felony probation.

Jessica Louise Hart, Bonners Ferry, born 1995, charged with felony possession of a controlled substance January 21 by the Bonners Ferry Police Department, pled guilty, three years felony probation, judgment withheld.

Emily Grace Johnson, Libby, born 2000, charged with felony possession of a controlled substance January 24, charging agency not given, pled guilty and sentenced to 45 days in jail, credit for one day serve, $300 fine, $482.50 costs and two years felony probation.

Ray Allen Thompson, Coeur d'Alene, born 1988, charged with felony possession of a controlled substance May 5, 2021, by the Bonners Ferry Police Department, pled guilty and sentenced to one year in prison, determinate, two years indeterminate, credit for 51 days served, jurisdiction retained, $300 fine and $382.50 costs. Charged with misdemeanor possession of marijuana, pled guilty and sentenced to 51 days in jail with credit for 51 days served.

Jacob Wanner-Vanetten, Moyie Springs, born 1989, charged with felony possession of a controlled substance February 25 by the Bonners Ferry Police Department, pled guilty and sentenced to one year in prison, determinate, two years indeterminate, credit for 41 days served, penitentiary suspended, $300 fine, $422.50 costs and two years felony probation.
Judge Justin Julian

Thomas Edward Dyott, Bonners Ferry, born 1958, charged with possession of marijuana May 10 by the Bonners Ferry Police Department, pled guilty and sentenced to two days in jail, $102.50 fine and $197.50 costs. Charged with possession of paraphernalia, pled guilty and sentenced to two days in jail, $102.50 fine and $197.50 costs, concurrent.

Shawn S. Leahy, Naples, born 1985, charged with excessive DUI May 6, charging agency not listed, pled guilty and sentenced to 60 days in jail, 50 days suspended, 365 day drivers license suspension, $547.50 fine, $202.50 costs and 364 days probation.

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