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Judge Ellen Kalama Clark

Arnold R. Daniels, 34; 36 months in prison, after pleading guilty to first-degree unlawful possession of a firearm.

Shawn L. Heely, 24; 17 months in prison with credit given for 27 days served, after pleading guilty to second-degree taking a motor vehicle without permission.

Joshua M. Warren, 23; $511 restitution, 90 days in jail with credit given for 76 days served, after pleading guilty to violation of a civil anti-harassment order.

Judge Linda G. Tompkins

Harold L. Appling, 35; nine months in jail with credit given for 84 days served, after pleading guilty to third-degree domestic violence assault.

Nicole M. Beloit, 28; $12,000 restitution, one day in jail with credit given for one day served, after pleading guilty to money laundering.

Brent J. Mickelson, 47; 12 months in jail with credit given for 44 days served, 7.5 months probation, after pleading guilty to residential burglary.

Frank L. Souza, 62; $9,111 restitution, 12 days in jail with credit given for 12 days served, after pleading guilty to six counts of money laundering.

Vladimir A. Stepanov, 21; $15,395 restitution, 25 months in prison, 25 months probation, after pleading guilty to four counts of second-degree possession of stolen property, ten counts of second-degree identity theft, two counts of second-degree theft, first-degree theft, two counts of second-degree trafficking in stolen property, possession of a stolen vehicle and attempt to elude a police vehicle.

Judge James M. Triplet

Richard K. Miller, 51; 14 months in prison, 36 months probation, after pleading guilty to failure to register as sex/kidnap offender.

Municipal and District courts

Only fines of $500 or more unless a jail sentence is given.

Judge Sara B. Derr

Wade S. Pratt, 48; $1,000 fine, two days in jail converted to 16 hours community service, 18 months probation, driving while intoxicated amended to first-degree negligent driving.

Tahnee N. Rabieri, 23; $500 fine, 24 months probation, driving while intoxicated amended to reckless driving.

William J. Russell III, 29; two days in jail converted to 16 hours community service, 12 months probation, third-degree driving with license suspended.

Michael R. Seward, 57; $750 fine, two days in jail converted to 16 hours community service, 24 months probation, driving while intoxicated amended to reckless driving.

Nick L. Shein, 52; $500 fine, 18 months probation, driving while intoxicated amended to reckless driving.

Jeremy M. Sundheim, 41; $941 fine, one day in jail with credit given for one day served, 24 months probation, driving while intoxicated amended to reckless driving.

Amber A. Swyers, 21; $500 fine, 24 months probation, driving while intoxicated amended to reckless driving.

Shawn B. Trujillo, 26; $941 fine, one day in jail converted to 24 hour alternative, 24 months probation, driving while intoxicated.

Cassandra L. Wilson, 25; $500 fine, 12 months probation, driving while intoxicated amended to first-degree negligent driving.

Tredeon M. Winborne, 19; 15 days in jail with credit given for 15 days served, minor in possession and/or consumption.

Judge Patti Walker

Jamoarr L. Hickman, 29; 30 days in jail with credit given for 10 days served, 24 months probation, four counts of no-contact/protection order violation.



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