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Tama County District Court

September 12, 2019
Toledo Chronicle, Tama News-Herald

Before Judge Ian K. Thornhill in Tama County District Court in Toledo:

John Jordan Lundberg, 31, Norwalk, Iowa, admitted violation of terms of probation. It was ordered the application for adjudication of guilt on a charge of enticing a minor was granted. Lundberg was sentenced to five years in prison to run concurrently with a federal prison term imposed in the western district of Missouri. He was credited for qualifying time preciously served and returned immediately to federal custody. Prior to release from prison he must execute sex offender registry paperwork.

Court records show Lundberg was sentenced to 15 years in federal prison without parole after pleading guilty to attempting to produce child pornography on Sept. 24, 2018.

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Lundberg had been arrested on Oct. 16, 2016, in an undercover operation at the Meskwaki Hotel, rural Tama. At that time he had allegedly responded to an online Craigslist advertisement which was fictitious and arranged a sexual encounter with a supposed 15-year-old girl.

The probation violation report alleges Lundberg began committing the federal offense just weeks before leading guilty in Tama County to the charge of enticing a minor.

Darrin Michael Plowman, 31, Tama, entered a written guilty plea to simple misdemeanor assault. He was sentenced to 30 days in jail with credit for any time served and the balanced suspended, assessed $100 court costs and placed on self-supervised probation to the Department of Correctional Services. He was directed to pay the $300 supervisory fee.

Plowman was originally charged on Aug. 13 in the 1300 block of Sesame Drive with domestic abuse assault injury or mental illness for allegedly grabbing the arms of the victim causing bruising. the charge was filed by Tama Police Sgt. Anthony Rodriguez.

Pricciliano Crisostomo Morales Lopez, 19, Tama, pleaded guilty on Aug. 28 to a charge of false report. She was fined and assessed court costs totaling $425. A 90-day jail sentence was suspended ad she was placed on unsupervised probation. A charge of fraudulent application regarding vehicle was dismissed

Shortly after the sentencing, an amended trial information was filed by Assistant Tama County Attorney Mike Bandy accusing Morales-Lopez of fraud in the application for registration / title for vehicle and false report resulting in citation.

Morales-Lopez was originally charged on March 14 for making application at the Tama County Treasurer's Office for a certificate of title for a 2011 Toyota Camary using a previous title which had been cancelled. According to the court record that title had been obtained by a person using a false identity.

It was alleged Morales-Lopez had obtained an Iowa ID card in July, 2016, using false identification belonging to another and attempted to use this false information on March 14. The complaint states it was then determined her true name was Pricciliano Crisostomo Morales Lopez of Guatemala. The charge was filed by Jason Nusbaum, Iowa Department of Transportation officer.

Gregory Curtis Newsome Jr. 27, rural Tama, entered a written guilty plea to assault causing bodily injury- domestic. He was sentenced to 180 days in jail, credited with six dates already served and ordered released from custody. He was also assessed a fine and court cots totaling $525 and was placed on probation was placed on supervised probation to the Department of Correctional Services and directed to pay a $300 supervisory fee. He was ordered to successfully complete to Iowa Domestic Abuse Program.

Newsome was charged on May 15 in the 500 block of Garfield Street after allegedly throwing a telephone which struck the victim in the forehead and for grabbing her face. The charge was filed by Tama Police Officer Tyler Ayala-Pagan.

Rean Allen Webb, 24, rural Garwin, pleaded guilty to possession of a controlled substance, methamphetamine, penalty enhanced. He was sentenced to five year prison term with a $750 fine suspended. He was also sentenced to a two-year prison term with the sentence to run concurrently after admitting violation of terms and conditions of probation on a charge of operating a motor vehicle without the owner's consent.

He faced the vehicle charge after originally being cited for 2nd degree theft on Nov. 27, 2017, by the Tama County Sheriff's Office.

Webb was charged with possession of methamphetamine, 3rd or subsequent offense on June 10, 2019, at County Road E49 and Battleground Road by Tama County Sheriff Dennis Kucera at the scene of a traffic accident.

Kurt Alan Olson, 61, rural Toledo,, entered a guilty plea to a pair of amended charges of interference with official acts. He was sentenced to 30 day jail terms to be served consecutively but concurrent with earlier sentences imposed on two counts of indecent contact with a child and three charges of assault with intent to commit sexual abuse. He was sentenced to serve twice the maximum period of incarceration for a total of 20 years on the five charges. Olson had been convicted by a jury on May 11, 2017.

Olson faced charges of tampering with a witness filed on May 30, 2017 which were reduced to the interference charges in the court ruling on Aug. 27, 2019.

Caleb John Moyer, 28, Clutier, entered a written guilty plea to assault causing bodily injury- domestic abuse. He was sentenced to 30 days in jail with 23 days suspended, fined and assessed court costs totaling $807 and placed on supervised probation to the Department of Correctional Services. He was ordered to pay a $300 probation supervisory fee and to complete the Iowa Domestic Abuse Program.

Moyer was charged on July 15 in the 300 block of Main Street, Clutier, for allegedly striking the victim above the left eye causing a small laceration. The charge was filed by Tama County Deputy Sheriff Rod Drummer.

Christina Louise Salyers, 35, Tama, entered a written guilty plea to charges of assault causing bodily injury and child endangerment. She was sentenced to a 365-day jail sentence for assault and two-years in prison for child endangerment, both of which were suspended. Fines and court costs totaling $1,269 were assessed and she was placed on supervised probation to the Department of Correctional Services. She was directed to pay a $300 probation supervisory fee. A second charge of child endangerment was dismissed.

Salyers was charged on Dec. 18, 2018, in the 700 block of Seymour Street after an alleged altercation with a 16-year-old in which the victim was allegedly slapped, pinched and hit over the head with a metal cookie tray. The charges were filed by Tama Police Officer Tyler Ayala-Pagan.

 
 
 

 

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