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ESCANABA — The following individuals were recently bound over from Delta County District Court to circuit court in unrelated cases.

Steven Bradley McDonald, 31, of 427 Minnesota Ave., Gladstone, was bound over on the following counts: two counts of police officer – assaulting/resisting/obstructing, each a two-year felony and maximum fine of $2,000; and one count of domestic violence – aggravated, a one-year misdemeanor and maximum fine of $1,000. The charges stem from an incident that occurred on June 14, 2019 in Gladstone. McDonald’s bond was set at $50,000 cash/surety.

Gerald Charles Alexander, 52, of 303 S. 11th St., Escanaba, was bound over on one count of controlled substance – possession/analogues, a two-year felony with a maximum fine of $2,000 and license sanctions unless sentenced to more than one year in prison. The charge stems from an incident that occurred on July 2, 2019 in Delta County. Alexander’s bond was set at $150,000 cash/surety.

Marc Christopher Arts, 51, of 11053 N. River Lane, Cornell, was bound over on one count of operating while intoxicated – third offense notice – felony, a one to five-year felony and a maximum fine of $5,000 or probation with 30 days to one year in jail, 60 to 180 days community service, rehabilitative program and mandatory vehicle immobilization of not less than one year or more than three years. The charge stems from an incident that occurred on June 16, 2019 in Cornell Township. Arts was released on a $500 personal recognizance bond.

Justin Michael Beauchamp, 31, of 503 N. 20th St., Escanaba, was bound over on the following counts: one count controlled substance – delivery/manufacture – meth, a 20-year felony with a maximum fine of $25,000 and license sanctions unless sentenced to more than one year in prison; one count of controlled substance – possession of analogues, a two-year felony with a maximum fine of $2,000 and license sanctions unless sentenced to more than one year in prison; and one count of controlled substance – maintaining a drug house, a two-year high court misdemeanor with a maximum fine of $25,000 and license sanctions unless sentenced to more than one year in prison.

The charges stem from an incident that occurred on May 23, 2019 in Delta County. Beauchamp’s bond was set at 10 percent of $50,000.

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