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

Rachel Paige Frazho, 27, of 209 S. 16th St., Escanaba, was bound over on controlled substance – delivery/manufacture (schedules 1, 2 and 3 except marijuana, meth, ecstasy, and cocaine), a seven-year felony with a maximum fine of $10,000 and license sanctions unless sentenced to more than one year in prison; and 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 Sept. 26, 2018 in Escanaba. Frazho posted 10 percent of her $2,500 bond.

Shannon Dee Stevenson, 42, of 1426 N. 16th St., Escanaba, was bound over on controlled substance – delivery/manufacture (cocaine, heroin or another narcotic) less than 50 grams, a 20-year felony with a maximum fine of $25,000 and license sanctions unless sentenced to more than one year in prison; 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; and operating while intoxicated, a 93-day misdemeanor with a maximum fine of $500, 360 hours community service, rehabilitative programs and vehicle immobilization with a prior. The charges stem from an incident that occurred on Aug. 19, 2019 in Escanaba. Stevenson posted 10 percent of the $15,000 bond.

James William Haack, 39, of 604 Ludington St., Escanaba, was bound over on police officer – assaulting/resisting/obstructing, a two-year felony with a maximum fine of $2,000. The charge stems from an incident that occurred on Aug. 13, 2019 in Escanaba. Haack was released on a $1,000 personal recognizance bond.

Cassandra Elizabeth Kolaske, 30, of 308 S. 18th St., Escanaba, was bound over on controlled substance – possession (cocaine, heroin, or another narcotic) less than 25 grams, a four-year felony with a maximum fine of $25,000 and license sanctions unless sentenced to more than one year in prison. The charge stems from an incident that occurred on July 5, 2019 in Gladstone. Kolaske posted 10 percent of the $7,500 bond.

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