Before Judge Fae Hoover-Grinde in Tama County District Court in Toledo:
Randolph Larry Papakee Jr., 37, rural Tama, was sentenced to suspended prison terms of five years on a charge of willful injury resulting in bodily injury and two years on a charge of aggravated domestic abuse assault (penalty enhanced). He was fined a total of $1,375 on the two counts and placed on probation for three years to the 6th Judicial District Department of Correctional Services. He was also directed to complete a Batter's Education Program and to follow through on recommendations of his substance abuse treatment program.
He was charged on Dec. 18, 2012, for allegedly participating in the beating of a person in a vehicle by Meskwaki Nation Tribal Police Detective Craig S. Karr. He was also charged on April 6, 2013, for domestic abuse assault in the 200 block of Red Earth Drive by Meskwaki Nation Tribal Police Officer John Rogers.
Papakee entered written guilty pleas on May 10.
Charlene A. Schuman-Deegan, 51, Waterloo, pled guilty to 4th degree theft. She received a deferred sentence, was placed on unsupervised probation and was directed to pay a $315 civil penalty.
Schuman-Deegan was accused of writing a bad check in the amount of $400 to the Meskwaki Bingo Casino on June 30, 2012, by Meskwaki Nation Tribal Police Officer Scott Brammer.
Dalton Dominic Behounek, 20, Gladbrook, pled guilty to 1st offense drunken driving. He was sentenced to two days in jail of which he may perform community service in lieu of jail and was fined $1,250 of which a total of $625 was suspended because he has installed an ignition interlock device on his vehicle. Behounek has completed Drinking Driver's School and undergone a substance abuse evaluation of which there was no treatment recommendation, court records state.
He was charged on March 30 at U.S. Highway 63 and M Avenue by Tama County Deputy Sheriff Joe Quandt.
Lyle Arie Weeda, 45, Dysart, pled guilty to 1st offense drunken driving. he was granted a deferred judgment, placed on self-supervised probation and directed to pay a $300 Department of Correctional services enrollment fee and was assessed a $1,250 civil penalty. A total of $625 was suspended because he has installed an ignition interlock device on his vehicle. He was directed to complete Drinking Driver's School and a substance abuse evaluation.
Weeda was charged on March 8 at Iowa Highway and County Road E36 by Tama County Reserve Deputy Sheriff Jody Wayne Droigk