Pleas - Feb. 1, 2014

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In the 21st Judicial District Circuit Court in Van Buren Jan. 24, Judge Gary R. Cottrell heard pleas and sentenced the following:

• Beverly June Roach, 30, of Mulberry pleaded guilty to fraudulent use of a debit or credit card, theft by deception and financial identity fraud and had a five-year prison sentence suspended on the condition she pay restitution, $1,000 fine, $170 court costs and $250 fee for DNA sampling.

• Toby Shawn Yancy, 33, of Mulberry pleaded guilty to two counts of theft by receiving and was sentenced to six years in the Arkansas Department of Correction to be followed by a 14-year suspended prison sentence on the condition he pay restitution to be determined once released.

• Keith Wayne Dickens, 43, of Van Buren pleaded guilty to two counts of video voyeurism and was placed on five years supervised probation. He will pay a $500 fine, $170 court costs, $250 fee for DNA sampling and $250 sex offender fee. He will attend sex offender counseling and have no contact with the victims or unsupervised contact with minors. He is banned from social media.

• Christina Dian Marziale, 32, of Van Buren pleaded guilty to possession of methamphetamine and was placed on six years probation. She will pay a $570 fine, $170 court costs and $250 fee for DNA sampling. Her driver’s license was suspended for six months.

• Shawn Anthony Smith, 36, of Uniontown pleaded guilty to two counts of possession of drug paraphernalia and possession of methamphetamine and was placed on six years probation. He will pay a $1,000 fine, $170 court costs, $250 fee for DNA sampling and $125 drug task force fee. His driver’s license was suspended for six months.

• Howard Danny Williams, 33, of Alma pleaded guilty to rape and was sentenced to 18 years in the Arkansas Department of Correction to be followed by a 22-year suspended prison sentence. He is to have no contact with the victim or family.

• Larry Don McGhee, 55, of Van Buren pleaded guilty to felon in possession of a firearm and had a six-year prison sentence suspended on the condition he pay a $1,000 fine and $170 court costs.

• Michael David Pachl, 28, of Alma pleaded guilty to fleeing in a vehicle and was sentenced to three years in the Arkansas Department of Correction to be followed by a three-year suspended prison sentence.

In the 21st Judicial District Circuit Court in Van Buren Jan. 29, Judge Gary R. Cottrell heard pleas and sentenced the following:

• Bentley James Diamond, 24, of Van Buren pleaded guilty to aggravated assault on a family member, first-degree terroristic threatening and third-degree battery and had a five-year prison sentence suspended on the condition he spend 90 days in the Crawford County Detention Center with credit for time served, pay a $1,000 fine, $170 court costs and $250 fee for DNA sampling and have no offensive contact with the victim.

• Yvonna Irene Sherill, 35, of Van Buren pleaded guilty to obtaining a controlled substance by fraud and was placed on five years probation. She will pay a $1,000 fine, $170 court costs, $250 fee for DNA sampling and $125 drug task force fee. Her driver’s license was suspended for six months.

• Tracey Lee Soulliere, 29, of Van Buren pleaded guilty to delivery of oxycodone and was placed on five years probation. She will pay a $2,000 fine, $170 court costs, $250 fee for DNA sampling and $125 drug task force fee. Her driver’s license was suspended for six months.

• Christopher John Soulliere, 34, of Van Buren pleaded guilty to delivery of oxycodone and was placed on five years probation. He will pay a $2,000 fine, $170 court costs, $250 fee for DNA sampling and $125 drug task force fee. His driver’s license was suspended for six months.

• Karla Markeson Keller, 59, of Van Buren pleaded guilty to commercial burglary and theft of property and was sentenced to 120 days at a regional correctional facility to be followed by an eight-year suspended prison sentence. He was given credit for 90 days served in the Crawford County Detention Center.

• Amos Moses Nance, 26, of Van Buren pleaded guilty to commercial burglary and theft of property and had a three-year prison sentence suspended on the condition he pay a $1,250 fine and $170 court costs. He was banned from Walmart.

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