IN COURT - April 11, 2018

Following are Park County Justice Court proceedings:

TRESPASSING

A 28-year-old Gardiner man pleaded not guilty April 9 to criminal trespass to property. He requested a jury trial and was released on his own recognizance. He was cited April 7.

DISORDERLY CONDUCT

A 24-year-old Billings woman pleaded not guilty April 9 to disorderly conduct, and criminal mischief with pecuniary loss less than $1,500. She requested a jury trial and was released on her own recognizance. She was cited April 8.

Joseph Thompson, 21, of Forsyth, pleaded guilty April 9 to disorderly conduct. He was fined $185. He was cited Oct. 8, 2017.

ENDANGERMENT

A 31-year-old Billings man made an initial appearance April 9 on charges of criminal endangerment, a felony; and operating a vehicle without liability insurance, third or subsequent offense. He was released on his own recognizance. He was cited April 8.

Robert Leavitt, 24, of Epping, North Dakota, pleaded guilty April 9 to negligent endangerment. He was fined $385, ordered to complete the ACT (Assessment Course and Treatment) program, and sentenced to seven days in jail suspended for six months. He was cited May 12, 2017.

Josh Evan Morris, 28, of Livingston, pleaded guilty April 9 to negligent endangerment. He was fined $1,085, sentenced to six months in jail suspended, and ordered to complete ACT (Assessment Course and Treatment) program. He was cited Jan. 1.

CRUELTY TO ANIMALS

Benjamin Joseph Suchon, 37, of Livingston, pleaded guilty April 9 to cruelty to animals. He was fined $285, sentenced to 30 days in jail suspended for one year, and ordered to pay $528 in restitution. He was cited May 3, 2017.

BLOOD-ALCOHOL

VIOLATION

Tyrone Flack, 47, of Livingston, pleaded guilty April 9 to operating a motor vehicle with blood-alcohol concentration of .08 percent or greater, second offense, for which he was fined $1,285, sentenced to 30 days in jail with 25 days suspended for one year, and ordered to enroll in the ACT (Assessment Course and Treatment) program; and driving without a valid driver’s license, for which he was fined $275 and sentenced to 10 days in jail suspended. He was cited Oct. 5, 2017.

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