REED CITY — The following cases were heard this week in Osceola County’s 77th District Court. All cases might not be reported.

  • Miranda James Aguilar, 36, of Evart, pleaded guilty to one count of domestic violence and one count of furnishing alcohol to a minor. She is sentenced to time served.
  • Jeffrey Allan Meyers, 48, of Evart, pleaded guilty to disorderly person. He is sentenced to time served. In a separate case, he pleaded guilty to assault. He was sentenced to time served.
  • Kristina Giuseppa Gaglio, 25, of Fraser, pleaded guilty to use of marijuana. She is sentenced to five days in jail with one day credit. She will be on probation for one year. She must complete outpatient treatment and alcoholics anonymous weekly. She was given the option to perform 32 hours of community service in lieu of jail time.
  • Michael Wayne Hobbs, 66, of Reed City, pleaded guilty to operating while intoxicated. He is sentenced to time served. He will be on probation for one year and must continue counseling. The vehicle used in the offense will be immobilized or forfeited.
  • Maria Vasquez-Marquez, 38, of Dexter, pleaded guilty to not having a valid license in her possession. She is ordered to pay fines and court costs.
  • Jeremy James Hatt, 23, of Mesick, pleaded guilty to use of marijuana. He is sentenced to five days in jail with one day credit. He will be on probation for 18 months and must complete outpatient treatment. He is given the option to perform 32 hours of community service in lieu of jail time.
  • Walter G. Gort Jr., 40, of Howard City, pleaded guilty to improper use of license plate/registration. He is sentenced to five days in jail with two days credit. He is given the option to perform 24 hours of community service in lieu of jail time.
  • Sherebiyah Leeann Cawley, 24, of Mecosta, pleaded guilty to driving with a suspended/revoked license. She is sentenced to time served. She must perform 40 hours of community service.
  • Jamie James Gibbons, 35, of Barryton, pleaded guilty to operating while intoxicated. He is sentenced to five days in jail with two days credit. He will be on probation for one year and must complete intensive outpatient treatment. He is given the option to perform 24 hours of community service in lieu of jail time.
  • Jeffrey David Pike, 29, of Evart, pleaded guilty to one count of driving with a suspended/revoked license and one count of improper use of a license plate/registration. The vehicle used in the offense will be immobilized or forfeited. He must perform 40 hours of community service.
  • Marlin Rober Steinhauser III, 23, of Plainwell, pleaded guilty to possession of marijuana. He will be on probation for one year and must complete the drug and alcohol treatment education program. He must perform 40 hours of community service.
  • Daniel Ernest Forrester, 60, of Madison Heights, pleaded guilty to transporting open alcohol in a vehicle. He is sentenced to time served. In a separate case, he pleaded guilty to operating while intoxicated. He is sentenced to 93 days in jail with 26 days credit. The sentence is held in abeyance while he waits to be admitted to a treatment facility. Jail won’t be imposed pending successful acceptance and completion of the program.
  • Carmen Louise Johnson, 52, of Sears, pleaded guilty to operating without insurance. She is sentenced to perform 40 hours of community service.
  • James Day Ward Jr., 24, of Hersey, pleaded guilty to operating while intoxicated. He is sentenced to time served. He will be on probation for six months.
  • Scott Shane Brumwell, 18, of Grandville, pleaded guilty to operating without insurance. He is ordered to pay fines and court costs.
  • Devon Reed Johns, 30, of Manton, pleaded guilty to improper transportation of marijuana. He was ordered to pay fines and court costs.
  • Dustin Stuart Miller, 24, of Luther, pleaded guilty to no valid license in possession. He is ordered to pay fines and court costs.
  • Kevin Charles Smith, 54, of Hersey, pleaded guilty to operating while visibly impaired. He is sentenced to five days in jail with one day credit. He will be on probation for six months. He must complete the alcohol highway safety education program. He is given the option to perform 32 hours of community service in lieu of jail time.