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August 12, 2022, Cliff Edwin Garnett, age 38, of Sibley, IA was convicted of the offense of Unlaw Possession of Controlled Substance - Marijuana, First Offense, a Serious Misdemeanor. The Defendant shall serve thirty (30) days in the Osceola County Jail with all time suspended. The Defendant shall pay a fine of $430.00, 15% crime services surcharge, court costs, legal defense expenses, crime victim assistance costs, any required contribution to a local anticrime organization and restitution to the medical assistance program. The Defendant shall be placed on probation to the Third Judicial District Department of Corrections for a period of one (1) year. The Defendant shall obtain a substance abuse evaluation and follow any treatment, rehabilitation, or monitoring program as recommended by said evaluation.

August 11, 2022, Kendra Chianne Bos, age 31, of Sibley, IA was driving a 2013 Ford Edge westbound on A22 a mile west of Sibley when a deer entered the roadway.  The Edge struck the deer receiving approximately $3,500 in damage.  No injuries were reported.

August 9, 2022, Silk Lesure, age 28, of Marietta, GA was convicted of the offense of Possession of Controlled Substance, Marijuana First Offense, a Serious Misdemeanor.  The Defendant shall serve thirty (30) days in the Osceola County Jail with all time suspended. The Defendant shall pay a fine of $430.00, 15% crime services surcharge, court costs, legal defense expenses, crime victim assistance costs, any required contribution to a local anticrime organization and restitution to the medical assistance program. The Defendant shall be placed on probation to the Third Judicial District Department of Corrections for a period of one (1) year. The Defendant shall obtain a substance abuse evaluation and follow any treatment, rehabilitation, or monitoring program as recommended by said evaluation.

August 9, 2022, Cecelia Katherine Hanson, age 29, of Sioux Center, IA was convicted of the offense of Unlawful Possession of Controlled Substance, a  Serious Misdemeanor.  The Defendant shall serve thirty (30) days in the Osceola County Jail with all but two (2) days suspended and with credit for time already served. The Defendant shall pay a fine of $430.00, 15% crime services surcharge, court costs, legal defense expenses, crime victim assistance costs, any required contribution to a local anticrime organization and restitution to the medical assistance program. The Defendant shall be placed on probation to the Third Judicial District Department of Corrections for a period of one (1) year. The Defendant shall obtain a substance abuse evaluation and follow any treatment, rehabilitation, or monitoring program as recommended by said evaluation.

August 9, 2022, Christian Larry Alokoa, age 20, of Sibley, IA was convicted of the offense of Driving While License Denied or Revoked, a Serious Misdemeanor.  The Defendant  shall pay a $1,000.00 fine, 15% crime services surcharge, court costs, legal defense expenses, crime victim assistance costs, any required contribution to a local anticrime organization and restitution to the medical assistance program.

August 8, 2022, Patrick James Conry, age 27, of Melvin, IA was convicted of the offense of Driving While License Denied or Revoked, a Serious Misdemeanor.  The Defendant  shall pay a $1,000.00 fine, 15% crime services surcharge, court costs, legal defense expenses, crime victim assistance costs, any required contribution to a local anticrime organization and restitution to the medical assistance program.

August 2, 2022, Robert F Martinez Perez, age 20, of Sioux  Center, IA was convicted of the offense of Operating While Under the Influence, First Offense,  a Serious Misdemeanor.  The Defendant shall serve thirty (30) days in the Osceola County Jail with all but two (2) days suspended and with credit for time already served. The Defendant shall pay a $1,250.00 fine, 15% crime services surcharge, court costs, legal defense expenses, crime victim assistance costs, any required contribution to a local anticrime organization and restitution to the medical assistance program. The Defendant shall be placed on probation to the Third Judicial District Department of Corrections for a period of one (1) year. The Defendant shall obtain a substance abuse evaluation and follow any treatment, rehabilitation, or monitoring program as recommended by said evaluation. The Defendant shall successfully complete a drinking driver’s course as directed by the Defendant’s probation.