ESCANABA — The following individuals were recently sentenced in Delta County Circuit Court in unrelated cases.
Chelsea Nicole Carlson, 30, care of Country Hearth Inn and Suites, 2301 N. Lincoln Rd., Escanaba, pleaded guilty to one count of controlled substance – maintaining a drug vehicle and one count of operating while intoxicated. She received concurrent sentences of nine months jail for the former count and 115 days jail for the latter, and was given credit for 115 days served. The remainder of the nine-month jail sentence will be suspended for a 24-month probation term on the condition that Carlson enrolls in, pays all costs and fees associated with, and successfully completes drug/sobriety court. Her license was suspended for 30 days and restricted for 150 days. Carlson was ordered to pay $908 in fines and costs.
Jerome Emil Bernier, 75, of 1100 S. 13th St., Escanaba, pleaded guilty to operating while intoxicated – third. He was sentenced to two months jail and was given credit for two days served.
Bernier was also placed on probation for 12 months; he will be placed on an alcohol tether for the remainder of his probation term after being released from incarceration and will serve 480 hours of community service. His license was revoked. Bernier was ordered to pay $1,258 in fines and costs.
Kristy Lynn Olson, 24, of 4696 Sandy 16.65 Lane, Escanaba, pleaded guilty to one count of uttering and publishing and one count of larceny in a building. She received concurrent sentences of seven months jail and was given credit for 49 days served. Olson was ordered to pay $826 in fines and costs.
Terrell William Walker Jr., 29, of 1406 2nd Ave. N., Escanaba, pleaded guilty to habitual offender — second offense notice with an underlying offense of motor vehicle — unlawful use. He was sentenced to 122 days jail and given credit for 122 days served.
His license was suspended for 90 days. Walker was ordered to pay $758 in fines and costs.
Terry Lee Jackson, 51, of 1406 2nd Ave. N., Escanaba, pleaded guilty to motor vehicle – unlawful driving away and was sentenced to 30 days jail with credit for one day served. Jackson’s license was suspended for 365 days. Jackson was ordered to pay $698 in fines and costs.