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July 20, 2018
Pierce County Tribune

- Bill Anthony Bachmeier, of Granville, pleaded guilty to A-level misdemeanor charges of possession of a controlled substance and possession of drug paraphernalia, and a B-level misdemeanor charge of possession of a controlled substance-marijuana.

On the B misdemeanor charge he was sentenced to 30 days' confinement at the Heart of America Correctional & Treatment Center with 30 days suspended.

On the A misdemeanor charges he was ordered to complete a chemical dependency evaluation and recommended treatment; complete 50 hours of communty service; be subject to random drug/alcohol testing by law enforcement; and pay $1,350 in fees. He was sentenced to 360 days' confinement at HACTC with 360 days suspended.

The court dismissed B-level misdemeanor charges of unlawful use of license plate/tab and driving while license/privilege is suspended or revoked against Bachmeier.

- Christopher Mark Abrahamson, of Saint John, pleaded guilty to infraction level issuing check/draft without sufficient funds or credit. He was ordered to pay $156 in fees.

- Richard Gene Brakebill, of Rolla, pleaded guilty to a B misdemeanor charge of driving under the influence of intoxicating liquors. He was ordered to complete a chemical dependency evaluation and recommended treatment; not purchase, possess or consume alcohol/drugs with a physican's consent nor enter an establishment licensed to serve alcohol until the evaluation is complete; and pay $725 in fees. He was sentenced to 30 days' confinement at HACTC with 30 days suspended, and 360 days unsupervised probation.

- Jessica Lynn Johnson, of Rugby, pleaded guilty to duty upon striking an unattended vehicle--a Class A misdemeanor. She was ordered to complete 50 hours of community service; pay $50 per month after restitution ordered; and pay $25 in fees. She was sentenced to 180 days' confinement at HACTC with 180 days suspended and one day's credit for time served, and 360 days unsupervised probation.

- Cade Richard Heilman, of Rugby, pleaded guilty to B misdemeanor possession/consumption of alcohol by person under 21. He was ordered to complete 25 hours of community service and pay $275 in fees. He was placed on six months unsupervised probation.

The court dismissed an A misdemeanor charge against Heilman of false reports to law enforcement or other security officials.

- David Conrad Howard, of Minot, pleaded guilty to driving while license privilege is suspended. He was ordered to pay $500 in fees.

 
 

 

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