Union Township Justice Court

Items in the Court Docket are compiled from public records contained in the Union Township Justice Court and the Sixth Judicial District Court. The Humboldt Sun reports all felony hearings, misdemeanor convictions and dismissals for which the court releases information. When requested by the individual, the Sun will post the person’s mug shot with their court disposition. 

Union Township Justice Court

On March 7, Douglas Dawayne Lott pleaded guilty to the amended criminal complaint of battery. The court ruled as follows: fined $500 + $140AA and defendant was given credit for time served. 

On March 8, Leonid Gritsyuk charged with basic speeding violation – 21-30 MPH over posted limit. Due to off the record discussions the defendant agreed to pay fine in monthly payments of $50. 

On March 8, pursuant to negotiation the charge against Julie Archuleta of basic speeding violation – too fast for conditions was dismissed. 

On March 9, the charges against Kodeth Michael Howard of driving a mother vehicle with fictitious plates, operating a motor vehicle while driver’s license is cancelled, suspended or revoked, operating a registered vehicle, operating a motor vehicle without having evidence of current insurance located therein were all dismissed due to defendant’s proof of compliance on all counts. 

On March 9, the charge against Daphne Smart for failure to provide proper sustenance was dismissed as defendant no long has the animal. 

On March 9, Duncan Lowrie King 4th, agreed to pay the citation for basic speeding violation – 1-20 MPH over posted limit in monthly payments of $50. 

On March 10, the charge against Ahmad Al Nour was amended to basic speed after negotiations and fine was ordered to be paid in 30 days. 

On March 11, the citation against Brayden Morgan Nipper of no seat belt was dismissed. 

On March 14, Harley Mert Jackson was given credit for the 6 days’ time served for trespass. 

On March 15, the charge against Jaylon Ray Cano of suspended license plates was dismissed due to compliance. 

On March 15, Timothy Richard Privett pleaded guilty to possession of stolen property. The court ruled as follows: fined $1,000 + $140 AA, $390 suspended for a period of two years with the condition that there are no like violations and credit given for time served. Additionally, Privett was ordered to pay $300 in restitution.