Grand County Court report " May 20 | SkyHiNews.com

Grand County Court report " May 20

The District Court in Hot Sulphur Springs last week sentenced a Golden man to the Department of Corrections and 10 years of intensive probation for sexual exploitation of a child.

Douglas William Schleppy, 46, of Golden, was found guilty of sexual exploitation of a child and menacing, for which he was sentenced to 18 months in the Department of Corrections with credit for one day served, one year of mandatory parole, and 10 years of sex offender intensive supervised probation. In addition, he was ordered to pay costs and fines of $3,522.95, to submit to drug testing, to be electronically monitored for 90 days, to complete domestic violence treatment, to register as a sex offender with local law enforcement wherever he lives, to submit to DNA genetic marker testing, to avoid contact with any children younger than 18, to stay away from playgrounds, parks and other places children frequent, not to possess or utilize any sexually stimulating material, and to refrain from using the Internet unless authorized by the court to do so.

In other District Court cases last week:

Mark H. Schilling, 28, of Flushing, Mich., was given a deferred sentence of 90 days in jail with credit for 90 days served and two years of probation on a charge of distributing a controlled substance. In addition, he was ordered to pay fines, fees and costs of $3,291, to complete 48 hours of community service, to undergo a substance abuse evaluation and comply with its recommendations and to make an unspecified $500 charitable contribution.

Jacob C. Montgomery, 24, of Wyoming (town not specified), was given a deferred sentence of 48 days in jail with credit for 48 days served and four years of probation on a charge of possession of a Schedule II controlled substance. He was also found guilty of 3rd degree assault – knowingly/recklessly causing injury, for which he was sentenced to 48 days in jail with credit for 48 days served and four years of probation. In addition, he was ordered to pay fines, fees and costs of $2,209.80, to complete a total of 74 hours of community service, to undergo violence and substance abuse treatment and to comply with their recommendations, to complete 36 weeks of violence treatment, to submit to random drug testing, and to make a $500 contribution to DARE.

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Jeffery A. Young, 25, of Winter Park, was found guilty of driving under the influence and possession of less than one ounce of marijuana, for which he was sentenced to 365 days in jail with 275 days suspended and two years of probation with alcohol supervision. In addition, he was ordered to pay fines and costs of $1,342, to complete 90 hours of community service, to complete a Level II alcohol evaluation and Track D alcohol therapy and to abstain from alcohol during probation and treatment.

Amy K. Reynolds, 33, of Oklahoma City, Okla., was found guilty of driving under the influence, for which she was sentenced to 365 days in jail with 312 days suspended and credit for 43 days served and two years of unsupervised probation. She was also ordered to pay fines and costs of $692 and to complete 80 hours of community service. In a separate case, she was found guilty of 3rd degree assault – knowingly/recklessly causing injury, for which she was sentenced to 365 in jail (suspended) and two years of unsupervised probation. She was also ordered to pay fines and costs of $482 and to complete 50 hours of community service.

Lynn D. Catt, 54, of Fraser, was found guilty of driving under the influence, for which the defendant was sentenced to 365 days in jail with 265 days suspended and credit for 60 days served and two years of probation with alcohol supervision. In addition, the defendant was ordered to pay $1,242 in fines and costs, to complete 100 hours of community service, and to abstain from alcohol during probation and treatment. The court also stipulated that it would accept in-patient alcohol treatment in lieu of alcohol education/treatment.

Marcus D. Shaw, 41, of Fraser, was found guilty of driving under the influence, for which he was sentenced to 365 days in jail with 350 days suspended and two years of probation with alcohol supervision. He was also ordered to pay fines and costs of $728.50, to complete 80 hours of public service, to complete Level II alcohol education and Track C alcohol therapy, and to abstain from alcohol during probation and therapy.

Jed T. Schuetze, 29, of Frisco, was found guilty of driving under the influence, for which he was sentenced to 365 days in jail (suspended) and two years of probation with alcohol supervision. He was also ordered to pay fines and costs of $1,492, to complete 96 hours of community service, to obtain an alcohol evaluation and comply with its recommendations and to abstain from alcohol during probation and treatment.

Roger Shawn Terwilliger, 49, of Superior, was found guilty of driving under the influence, for which he was sentenced to 365 days in jail with 305 days suspended and two years of probation with alcohol supervision. He was also ordered to pay fines, fees and costs of $1,992, to complete 80 hours of community service, to complete Level II alcohol education and Track D alcohol therapy, and to abstain from alcohol during probation and treatment.

David W. Szuba, 40, of Granby, was found guilty of driving under the influence, for which he was sentenced to 365 days in jail with 320 days suspended and two years of probation with alcohol supervision. He was also ordered to pay fines, fees and costs of $912, to complete 80 hours of community service, to complete Level II alcohol education and Track B alcohol therapy, and to abstain from alcohol during probation and treatment.

Robert C. Marlin, 57, of Idaho Springs, was given a deferred sentence of one year of probation with alcohol supervision on a charge of driving under the influence. He was also ordered to pay fines and costs of $492, to complete 40 hours of community service, to obtain an alcohol evaluation and comply with its recommendations, and to make a $250 contribution to DARE.

Slade C. Bridgman, 28, of Fraser, was found guilty of driving while ability impaired, for which he was sentenced to 365 days in jail (suspended) and two years of probation with alcohol supervision. He was also ordered to pay $592 in fines and costs, to complete 70 hours of community service, to complete Level II alcohol education and Track B alcohol therapy, and to abstain from alcohol during probation and treatment.

Evan A. Masterson, 21, of Kremmling, was given a deferred sentence of 18 months of probation on a charge of criminal mischief – under $500. He was also ordered to pay fines and costs of $182, to complete 80 hours of community service and to undergo an anger management evaluation and comply with its recommendations.

Chester James Reed IV, 31, of Grand Lake, was fined $226 for possession of less than one ounce of marijuana. He was also ordered to complete 24 hours of community service and pay a $100 administrative fee.

Daniel Kearney Anderson, 24, of Fraser, was fined $126 for possession of drug paraphernalia. He was also ordered to complete 24 hours of community service and pay a $100 administrative fee.

Travis Lea Minear, 32, of Granby, was fined $126 for possession of drug paraphernalia. He was also ordered to complete 24 hours of community service and pay a $100 administrative fee.

Kevin Lee Anderson, 41, of Granby, was found guilty of allowing his dog to harass wildlife, for which he fined $330.

Dmitry S. Shusterman, 52, of Fraser, was fined $417 for failure to display proof of insurance.

Jacob W. Oller, 20, of Island Park, Idaho, was fined $393 for overtaking a school bus.

Javan M. Carson, 39, of Centennial, was fined $188 for speeding 10-19 mph over the limit.

Ryan M. Gomez, 21, of Naperville, Ill., was fined $72 for driving without a license.

Ellen L. Ladley, 53, of Steamboat Springs, was fined $72 for allowing an unauthorized person to drive.

Joshua T. Metten, 24, of Fort Collins, was fined $69 for driving with expired license plates.

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