In Court - May 16

DISORDERLY CONDUCT

Brandon Hillman, 33, of Livingston, pleaded guilty Monday in Justice Court to disorderly conduct. He was fined $185 and sentenced to five days in jail with two days suspended. He was cited Dec. 18, 2016.

 

THEFT

Kim Heath, 49, of Livingston, pleaded no contest in Justice Court Monday to theft. She was ordered to pay a total of $758 in restitution with $285 deferred, and sentenced to 10 days jail with the time deferred for one year. She was cited Jan. 1. 

 

BLOOD-ALCOHOL VIOLATIONS

Dawn Boyd, 42, of Wilsall, pleaded guilty in Justice Court Monday to driving with a blood-alcohol content of .08 or greater. She was fined $885, sentenced to 10 days in jail with the time suspended, and ordered to attend the ACT course. She was cited Jan. 14.

 

Auguste Reed, 28, of  Bozeman, pleaded guilty in Justice Court Monday to driving with a blood-alcohol content of .08 or greater. He was fined $785, sentenced to 10 days jail with the time suspended, and ordered to attend the ACT course. He was cited Feb. 19.

 

TRAFFIC VIOLATION

Brooke Mains, 35, of Livingston, pleaded guilty in Justice Court Monday to driving without a valid driver’s license. She was fined $235 and sentenced to two days in jail with the time suspended. She was cited Jan. 25.

 

DECEPTIVE PRACTICES

A 32-year-old Livingston woman pleaded not guilty in Justice Court Monday to deceptive practices. She requested a jury trial and bond was set at $1,000. She was cited March 8.

 

ASSAULT

A 48-year-old Gardiner man pleaded not guilty in Justice Court Monday to partner or family member assault and a privacy in communications violation. He requested a jury trial and bond was set at $1,000. He was cited May 2.

 

DRIVING UNDER THE INFLUENCE

A 28-year-old Livingston man made an initial appearance in Justice Court Monday for driving under the influence, fourth offense; driving while his driving license was suspended; habitual offender operating a motor vehicle; displaying fictitious, altered license plates; no vehicle insurance, second offense; fail to have two head lamps properly operating; obstructing a peace officer; and a seat belt violation. Bond was set at $1,000. He was cited May 12.

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