Before Judge Marsha M. Beckelman in Tama County District Court in Toledo:
Prentiss R. Wolf III, 24, Tama, entered a written guilty plea to charges of domestic assault causing injury and child endangerment. He was sentenced to concurrent 365-day jail sentences on each charge with all but a total of 14 days suspended and fined $315 on the assault charge. Wolf was placed on probation for one year to the 6th Judicial District Department of Correctional Services.
He was charged on April 29 for allegedly pushing his wife to the ground and against a door and cited because a child was present. The charges were filed by Tama Police Officer Jason Bina.
Michael John Krause Jr., 30, Tama, entered a written guilty plea to driving barred as a habitual offender. He was fined $1,000.
Krause was charged on Feb. 28 by Tama Police Chief Dan Wilkens.
Martiniano Gallardo, 18, Toledo, entered a written guilty plea to 3rd degree criminal mischief. He received a deferred sentenced and was placed on probation for one year to the 6th Judicial District Department of Correctional Services. He was assessed a $625 civil penalty and directed to pay $646 victim restitution to Tama Cafe owner Ed Hardon.
Gallardo was charged with breaking the front door of the cafe at 2:15 a.m. on April 29 by Tama Police Officer Kimberly Schwartz.
Jeremy D. Yazzie, 32, Holbrook Ariz., entered a written guilty plea to 2nd offense drunken driving. He was sentenced to a 20-day jail sentences which was suspended and was fined $1,875. He was placed on unsupervised probation for one year.
Yazzie was charged on June 30 at U.s. Highways 63 and 30 at the 202 exit by Tama County Deputy Sheriff David Rangel.
Randy Ray Zuercher, 58, Lincoln entered a written guilty plea to possession of marijuana. He received a suspended 180-day jail sentence and was fined $315 which was also suspended. He was placed on probation for one year to the 6th Judicial District Department of Correctional Services.
Zuercher was charged on May 8 in the 200 block of High Street in Lincoln by Tama County Deputy Sheriff Bruce Rhoads.