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Tama County District Court

October 9, 2013
Toledo Chronicle, Tama News-Herald

Before Judge Marsha Bergan in Tama County District Court in Toledo:

Jeffrey Ray Flowers, 41, Garwin, pled guilty to a charge of 2nd offense domestic abuse assault and a charge of assault. For domestic abuse he was sentenced to two years in prison with all but seven days suspended and fined $625. On the assault charge he was fined and assessed court surcharges totaling $844. He was placed on probation for two years to the 6th Judicial District Department of Correctional Services and a five-year no contact order with victims was issued.

Flowers was originally cited on Aug. 24 for serious domestic abuse assault for allegedly pouring hot coffee over her head during a verbal disagreement with the victim. He was also accused of aggravated assault for allegedly slapping a male victim and slamming the victim's head into a glass candle holder, breaking the glass and resulting in the victim's face hitting a wall.

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The incidents occurred at a residence on Center Street in Garwin. Tama County Deputy Sheriff Trevor J. Killian filed the charges.

John Eathan Carpenter, 22, Grinnell pled guilty to 1st degree harassment. He was fined $625 and sentenced to 17 days in jail with credit for 17 already served.

A charge of 5th degree criminal mischief was dismissed in a plea agreement.

Carpenter was charged with threatening to chop off Tama County Deputy Sheriff Lucas Dvorak's head according to court records. The charge was filed by Deputy Sheriff Bryan Ellenbecker.

Anthony Ray Arp, 29, Toledo, pled guilty to 2nd offense drunken driving. He was sentenced to 30 days in jail with all but seven days suspended, fined and assessed court surcharges totaling $2,531. Arp was directed to obtain a substance abuse evaluation and follow its recommendations and to complete drinking drivers school.

Arp was charged on June 13 in the 2200 block of Park Road by Tama County Deputy Sheriff David Rangel.

Devon Jacob Gaston, 20, Toledo, pled guilty to domestic abuse assault. He was sentenced to two days in jail, fined $65 and directed to complete a Batter's Education Program.

He was charged on June 2 for allegedly grabbing an ex-girl friend and pushing her against a car in the 200 block of South Broadway in Toledo causing a bruise. The charge was filed by Toledo Police Officer Jeremiah Mussman.

Sarah E. Fuller, 20, Toledo, pled guilty to assault causing bodily injury. She received a deferred sentences, was assessed a $315 civil penalty and placed on unsupervised probation for one year.

Fuller was charged on Aug. 10 for allegedly striking and scratching a male victim leaving scratch marks which occurred at a residence in Toledo by Police Officer Dan Quigley.

Alicia Alice Papakee, 41, rural Tama, pled guilty to driving while barred as a habitual offender. She was snetenced to a suspended two-year prison term. A $635 fine was also suspended. She was placed on unsupervised probation and directed to pay a $300 supervision fee.

Papakee was charged on Oct. 31, 2012, at 13th and Iuka streets in Tama By Police Chief Dan Wilkens.

Slayne Matthew Rayman, 31, Chelsea, pled guilty to operating a motor vehicle without the owner's consent and making false reports to public safety entities. He was fined $625 on the vehicle charge and $315 for false report. He may perform community service in lieu of paying the fines. He was also sentenced to 80 days in jail with credit for 80 days already served and was directed to pay victim restitution.

Rayman was charged on March 22 for allegedly taking a 1990 model car from Kaloupek's Garage in Elberon. He allegedly told Tama County Deputy Sheriff Joe Quandt the car had been repossessed by Chelsea Savings Bank when it was actually in Van Horne where Rayman had taken it. Quandt filed the charges.

Desiree Annabelle Jozefowicz, 35, Cedar Rapids, was adjudged in contempt of court for violation of terms of probation. She was directed to pay a $500 contempt sanction and may perform community service at a rate of $7.25 hourly in lieu of paying the sanction.

She originally received a deferred judgement on two counts of child endangerment filed by Toledo Police.

A probation report listed violations including four instances of alcohol consumption, failing to appear as scheduled and leaving Linn County without permission.



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