Whiteside County Felonies for Sunday, Sept. 29, 2013


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Posted Online: Sept. 28, 2013, 5:19 pm
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Holcomb, Beulah F.J., 10/7/1983, of 2108 McKinley St., Clinton, Iowa; guilty finding entered Feb. 27 on driving revoked/suspended DUI; sentencing Aug. 7, $8,418 court costs, one year DOC.
Monarrez, Jose G., 5/14/1958, of 501 Wallace St., Sterling; guilty finding entered June 26 on mfg/del one less than 15 grams cocaine/analog; $6,502 court costs, 48 months probation with special conditions, 140 days electronic monitoring. Charge dismissed on mfg/del 15 less than 100 grams cocaine/analog.
Moore, Joel M., 6/25/1987, of 1303 9th Ave., Apartment G, Rock Falls; guilty finding entered July 24 on felony criminal damage/government property/know/less than $500; $1,569 court costs, 30 days in jail, 30 months probation with special conditions. Guilty finding entered July 24 on misdemeanor resist/peace officer/corrections employee/firefighter; 30 days in jail.



















 



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