Wednesday, August 1, 2018

Following are Park County Justice Court proceedings:


Michael Ross, 33, of Livingston, pleaded guilty July 30 to driving while his license was suspended and two charges of contempt. He was fined a total of $335 and sentenced to 12 days in jail with 10 days suspended. He was cited Nov. 29, 2017.


Harley Hamilton, 25, of Gardiner, pleaded guilty July 30 to partner or family member assault. She was fined $285; sentenced to 20 days in jail with 19 days suspended; and ordered to get 40 hours of anger management counseling, get an alcohol evaluation, and wear a SCRAM alcohol detection device for 30 days. She was cited July 29.

A 34-year-old Billings man made an initial appearance July 30 on charges of partner or family member assault, and strangulation of a partner or family member. He also appeared on a Gallatin County warrant. Bond was set at $1,028.43. He was cited July 29.


A 50-year-old Livingston man pleaded not guilty July 31 to owning or harboring a vicious dog. He requested a jury trial and was released on his own recognizance. The complaint was issued July 11.


Mark Bohnemann, 43, of Bozeman, pleaded guilty July 31 to issuing bad checks. He was fined $185 with $25 deferred and ordered to pay $62 restitution. The complaint was issued Feb. 2.



Jason Miller, 35, of Belgrade, pleaded guilty to driving under the influence, third offense. He was fined $2,585, sentenced to 180 days in jail with 150 days suspended, ordered to enroll in the ACT (Assessment Course and Treatment) program, and ordered to use an interlock device for one year. He was cited May 2.