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November 21, 2019



October 16, 2019–Garfield County Superior Court–Judge Tom Cox:

Ian A. McWilliams, of Pomeroy, pleaded guilty to Vehicular Homicide and Vehicular Assault, both felonies. McWilliams was sentenced to: two months jail; nine months electronic home detention; 240 hours community service; 12 months community custody; and must pay $44,541.45 in court costs and restitution. McWilliams’ driving privilege will be revoked for a minimum of two years.

Daniel J. Christianson, of Clarkston, pleaded guilty to Reckless Driving, a gross misdemeanor. Christianson was sentenced to one-day jail, must pay $964, and must complete an alcohol evaluation with treatment.

Matthew E. Fitzgerald, of Pomeroy, pleaded guilty to Negligent Driving First Degree, a misdemeanor. Fitzgerald was sentenced to one–day jail, must pay $856 and will have to complete an alcohol evaluation.

Michael A. Grimes, of Moscow, Idaho, pleaded guilty to Negligent Driving First Degree, a misdemeanor. Grimes was ordered to pay $656 plus restitution.

Patrick A. Hendershott, of Lewiston, pleaded guilty to Violation of Ignition Interlock Device, a gross misdemeanor. Hendershott was sentenced to one–day jail and must pay $656.

Zeena L. L. Pate, of Tacoma, pleaded guilty to misdemeanor Negligent Driving First Degree. Pate was ordered to pay $656 and complete an Alcohol/Drug Information School.

November 13, 2019–Garfield County District Court–Judge Tom Cox:

Nathan R. Cromer, of Clarkston, pleaded guilty to Negligent Driving First Degree, a misdemeanor. Cromer was sentenced to two–days jail, must pay $786, and will have to complete an alcohol evaluation with treatment. Garfield Co. Deputy Rick Hamilton was the primary officer in this case.

Yolanda Ramirez, of Pomeroy, pleaded guilty to misdemeanor Driving While License Suspended Third Degree. Ramirez was sentenced to three-days jail and must pay $246. Chief Deputy Patrick Stilson was the arresting officer.

Nicole M. Schmeiss, of Pullman, pleaded guilty to Minor Intoxicated in Public, a gross misdemeanor. Schmeiss was ordered to complete 16 hours of community service, pay $553, and complete an alcohol evaluation with treatment. Chief Deputy Patrick Stilson was the arresting officer.

 
 

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