Before Judge Mitchell E. Turner in Tama County District Court in Toledo:
Robert LeRoy McKeever, 44, Toledo, pled guilty to failure to comply with sexual offender requirement registry, 2nd or subsequent offense.
He received a suspended, five-year prison term, was fined $750 and was placed on probation for three years.
McKeever was charged on May 21 for failure to notify the sheriff of an address change. According to court records he said he was evicted from his Toledo address, had no place to stay and had been living at Otter Creek Lake for 10 days.
The charge was filed by Tama County Deputy Sheriff Trevor Killian.
Karen Sue Thompson, 47, Dysart, received a deferred judgement, was placed on unsupervised probation and assessed a $315 civil penalty. She pled guilty earlier on Sept. 6 to assault causing bodily injury - domestic abuse.
Thompson was charged on June 24 for allegedly striking the victim with open and closed fists causing multiple cuts and bruises. The charge was filed by Tama County Deputy Sheriff Lucas Dvorak.
Bryson Lee Sheridan, 27, Toledo, entered a written guilty plea to assault causing bodily injury. He was granted a deferred judgement, placed on self-supervised probation and directed to pay a $315 administrative surcharge.
According to court records, Sheridan was originally charged on March 14 with serious assault for "pulling a victim's hair and punching her in the side of her face repeatedly causing a ruptured ear drum."
The charge was filed by Tama Police Officer Jason Bina.
Justin Allen Erickson, 21, Traer, entered a written guilty plea to 1st offense drunken driving.
He was sentenced to four days in jail with credit for time already served, fined $1,250 and directed to complete drinking driver's school. The court may waive $625 of the fine amount if proof of installation of an interlock ignition device on his vehicle is provided.
Erickson was charged on July 20 in Traer by Tama County Deputy Sheriff Joe Quandt.
Lindsay Nicolle Catron, 22, rural Tama pled guilty to 3rd degree harassment. She was fined $100.
Catron was originally charged with 1st degree harassment on Nov. 30, 2011, for making cell phone calls to another threatening violence. The charge was filed by Tama Police Detective John Carr.