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Man to serve 3 to 15 years for unarmed robbery

October 2, 2012
By Jenny Lancour - staff writer ( , Daily Press

ESCANABA - An Escanaba man was recently sentenced to up to 15 years in prison on one count of unarmed robbery relating to an assault in Escanaba last June. The judgment was handed down in Delta County Circuit Court.

Kyle Allen Doneau, 23, of 808.5 Ludington St., Escanaba, appeared before Judge Stephen Davis on Friday when he was sentenced to three years and four months to up to 15 years in prison for unarmed robbery.

The charge stems from a June 3 incident when Doneau assaulted the owner of a car he was breaking into on the 300 block of Stephenson Avenue. Doneau pleaded no contest to the felony on Aug. 14.

In addition to the prison sentence, Doneau was ordered to pay $598 in fines and costs. He was given credit for 117 days served in the county jail.

Doneau was also sentenced on two controlled substance charges on Friday. Earlier this year, he pleaded guilty to two drug charges stemming from a Feb. 21 incident in Escanaba when police found drugs in his possession while investigating a theft from a motor vehicle.

Davis sentenced Doneau to 116 days in jail on one count of possession of less than 25 grams of cocaine, heroin, or another narcotic. He was also sentenced to 116 days in jail on one count of possession of the analogue Alprazolam.

Doneau was given credit on both drug counts for 116 days already served in jail. He was also ordered to pay a total of $266 in fines and costs on these two charges.

The above three sentences were ordered to be served concurrently.

Prior to being sentenced on Friday, Doneau declined to many any statement to the court when given the opportunity.

In exchange for the three pleas above, two additional controlled substance charges were dismissed against Doneau: delivery/manufacture of less than 50 grams of cocaine, heroin, or another narcotic, second or subsequent offense (a 40-year felony); and delivery/manufacture of schedules 1, 2 and 3 except marijuana, second or subsequent offense (a 14-year felony).



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