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Tama County District Court

April 9, 2014
Toledo Chronicle, Tama News-Herald

Before Judge Sean McPartland in Tama County District Court in Toledo.

Allenia Marie Boots, 35, Tama, entered guilty pleas to charges of credit card fraud and 3rd degree theft. She was sentenced to two years in prison on each charge with all but 30 days suspended. The sentences are to be served concurrently. She was fined $625 for credit card fraud. A fine of $635 of theft was suspended. A third charge of operating a motor vehicle without the owner's consent was dismissed. She was placed on probation for two years.

Boots was charged following incidents on Jan. 16 in which she used a credit card without authorization to purchase goods at Shopko in Toledo totaling $53 in cost. She also used a debit card belonging to a different person to obtain $200 in cash from an automated teller machine at Kwik Star in Toledo. The charges were field by Toledo Police Chief Bob Kendall and Officer Andrea Young.

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Jason Edward Haddeman, 33, Holland, Iowa, was sentenced on March 27 to terms of 15 years in prison on charges of 1st degree theft and 1st degree criminal mischief. He entered guilty pleas on Feb. 25. Both sentences were suspended and a $1,000 fine was also suspended. He was assessed a $125 Law Enforcement Initiative surcharge.

Haddeman was placed on probation for five years to the 6th Judicial District Department of Correctional Services. A hearing for restitution is to be set.

He was originally charged on July 25, 2012, for thefts totaling more than $10,000 during that month from Dreamatic Corp. at its Traer Manufacturing plant. He was also accused of causing more than $10,000 in damage or loss to the plant site. The charges were field by Tama County Deputy Sheriff Bruce Rhoads.

Joshua Neville Randall, 32, Vinton, admitted violation of terms of probation and was sentenced to serve 14 days in the Tama county jail in Toledo. He was then directed to reside at the Gary Hinzman Center in Cedar Rapids or another comparable facility for 365 or until maximum benefits are achieved. The sentence is concurrent with two sentences handed down in Benton county.

Randall was originally charged with public intoxication on Sept. 12, 2011, after being found asleep in a ditch in the 200 block of Edgewood Drive . The charge was filed by Meskwaki Nation Tribal Police. A County Attorney's information filed in the case charged Neville with public intoxication, 3rd or subsequent offense.

 
 

 

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