The 77th District Court - Osceola County

REED CITY — The following cases were heard this week in Osceola County’s 77th District Court. Not all cases are reported.

• Adam Lee Hernandez, 26, of Barryton, pleaded guilty to not possessing a valid driver’s license and was sentenced to time served.

• Kyle Edward Benson, 29, of Hersey, pleaded guilty to operating a vehicle while visibly impaired. He was sentenced to three days in jail with one day credit, but was given the option to complete 16 hours of community service in lieu of jail time. He also was ordered to complete alcohol highway safety education.

• Rebecca Lynne Bode, 39, of Marion, pleaded guilty to breaking and entering - illegal entry. She was sentenced to time served, but will be on probation for six months.

• Dale Jay Bode, 39, of Marion, pleaded guilty to breaking and entering - illegal entry. He was sentenced to time served, but will be on probation for six months.

• Louis Lee Denton, 73, of Farwell, pleaded guilty to unemployment compensation fraud between $1,000 and $25,000. He was not sentenced to jail time if he can successfully complete his probation.

• Robert Eugene Howell Jr., pleaded guilty to domestic violence. He was sentenced to time served, but will be on probation for one year and must complete an Alternatives to Violence class and 32 hours of community service as part of his sentence.

• Robin Sue McKee, 54, of Reed City, pleaded guilty to malicious use of telephone communication by harassing Meceola Central Dispatch. She was sentenced to time served and will pay a $100 fine.

• Justin Alan Kullman, 25, of Reed City, pleaded guilty to fleeing an officer. He was sentenced to time served, but will be on probation for one year and must complete 24 hours of community service.

• Ann Marie Rose, 44, of Evart, pleaded guilty to second-degree retail fraud at Foster’s Supermarket. She was sentenced to five days in jail, but given the option to complete 40 hours of community service in lieu of jail time. She will be on probation for six months and must complete an economic crime education program.