Four sentenced in Circuit Court

Two sentenced for August crime spree

From August 3 through August 5, 2012, Jordon Wentworth, Shane Kimbrall Jr. and their co-defendant, Cyle McKenzie (who will be sentenced on December 17, 2012) went on a crime spree – vandalizing vehicles, homes, and boats; and, stealing items from unlocked vehicles in Garfield Township.

Kimbrell and Wentworth pled guilty earlier to several charges related to the crimes.

Kimbrall pled guilty to: Conspiracy to Commit Arson – Personal Property $1,000 or more but less than $20,000; Conspiracy to Commit a Breaking and Entering of a Vehicle to Steal Property $1,000 or more but less than $20,000; and Conspiracy to Commit a Breaking and Entering of a Vehicle to Steal Property $1,000 or more but less than $20,000.

Wentworth pled guilty to Conspiracy to Commit Arson – Personal Property $1,000 or more but less than $20,000;  Conspiracy to Commit a Breaking and Entering of a Vehicle to Steal Property $1,000 or more but less than $20,000; and to Breaking and Entering a Vehicle to Steal Property $1,000 or more but less than $20,000.

Each of the two men were sentenced Monday by Circuit Court Judge Thomas Evans to:

*1 year in jail, with credit for 2 days served – on all files to run concurrent

*3-years on probation with Holmes Youthful Trainee Status – on all files to run concurrent

*240 hours of community service

*Restitution to all victims, joint and severally with co-defendants

*No contact with the co-defendants

*No contact with any of the victims

*$68 state costs on each file

*$130 crime victim rights fee on each file

*$500 fine on each file

*$500 court costs on each file

*$500 court appointed attorney fee for Wentworth only (Kimbrall had a retained attorney)

 

Two of three charged with radiator theft are sentenced

 

Two men, Richard Storms and Matthew John Tilot, who were charged with the theft of radiators from Clute’s Towing in Clare have been sentenced. A third man, Edward Revers, was also charged in connection with the incident.

Storms pled guilty earlier to Conspiracy to Commit a Breaking and Entering a Vehicle to Steal Property $1000 or more but less than $20,000 as a habitual 4th offender.

Monday, Circuit Court Judge Thomas Evans sentenced Storms to 22 months to 20 years in prison. He will not receive credit for the 287 days he has already served because he was on parole at the time he committed this offense. He was also sentenced to pay $3000 restitution to Clutes, joint and several with his co-defendants; $68 state costs; $130 crime victim rights fee; and $1500 fines, costs, and court appointed attorney fee.

His sentence will run concurrent with the prison sentence he is currently serving for Genesee County crimes. It will be consecutive to any sentence that he receives on his parole violation.

Tilot entered a plea to Receiving and Concealing Stolen Property $1,000 or more but less than $20,000 as a habitual 4th offender. He was also sentenced Monday by Judge Evans to: 30 months to 20 years in prison and he will not receive credit for the 287 days he has already served because he was on parole at the time he committed this offense; $3,000 restitution to Clutes, joint and several with his co-defendants; $68 state costs; $130 crime victim rights fee; and $1500 fines, costs, court appointed attorney fee.

His sentence will run concurrent with the prison sentence he is currently serving for Genesee County crimes. It will be consecutive to any sentence that he receives on his parole violation.