Before Judge David S. Russell:
Slayne Matthew Rayman, 29, rural Toledo was sentenced to five years in prison after admitting violation of terms of his probation in Tama County District Court on April 28. He had been convicted of eluding law enforcement while under the influence on April 26, 2007 and placed on probation.
Rayman also entered written guilty pleas and was sentenced on charges of driving while his license was revoked - $1,350 fine and six month jail term, both suspended; 4th degree theft - $473 fine and six months jail, suspended and $414 restitution to Sandhill Auto Salvage, rural Tama; and 3rd degree criminal mischief - $473 fine, concurrent six months jail, suspended and $357 restitution to Tama County. The fines included 35 percent surcharges. He was charged for driving while his license was suspended on June 13, 2010, at X Avenue and 350th Street by Tama County Deputy Sheriff Bruce Rhoads.
The 4th degree theft charge was for a bad check filed on May 5, 2010, by Deputy Sheriff Joe Quandt.
The criminal mischief charge was filed for allegedly kicking out the passenger window and kicking the door of a sheriff's patrol car on Oct. 31, filed by deputy Rhoads.
Jeffrey Dwayne Rommann, 48, Garrison, was sentenced on April 28 to five years in prison and fined $4,219 for 3rd offense drunken driving. He was also fined $1,013 and sentenced to a concurrent five-year term for eluding or attempting to elude a pursuing law enforcement vehicle. Both fine amounts included a 35 percent surcharge.
Rommann pled guilty to the charges on Jan. 28.
He was charged on May 11, 2010, at 160th Street and Iowa Highway 21 by Tama County Deputy Sheriff Chad M. Hansen.
Mark Anthony Edwards, 36, Tama, received a deferred judgement,, was placed on probation for two years to the 6th Judicial District Department of Correctional Services and assessed a $625 civil penalty. Edward pled guilty earlier to child endangerment.
He was cited on Dec. 7, 2010 for allegedly committing child endangerment resulting in bodily injury by Tama Police Chief Dan Wilkens.
James Arthur Roberts, Jr., 43, Dysart, entered a written guilty plea to driving while license revoked. He was fined $1350 including a 35 percent surcharge and sentenced to one day in jail with credit for one day served.
Roberts was charged on Dec. 30, 2010, by Dysart Police Chief Tim Ruroden in the 200 block of Iowa Highway 21.
Lauren Kierra Bear, 19, rural Tama, received a deferred judgement and was placed on probation to the 6th Judicial District Department of Correctional Services. Bear was also assessed a $750 civil penalty.
She pled guilty to a charge of eluding while operating while intoxicated. A charge of escape or attempting to escape from custody was dismissed.
Bear was charged on June 10, 2010, at C Avenue and E49 by Tama County Deputy Sheriff Bruce Rhoads.