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By Larry Vincent

On February 18, 11th Circuit Court with Judge William Carmody presiding. Carmody took pleas on meth cases and unlawful driving, issued an arraignment, held a probation violation hearing, and sentenced an individual for operating while intoxicated.

Kaicee Kreager pled guilty to one count of possession of meth and Patti Kroll pled guilty to one count of delivery of meth. Both will be sentenced on April 7. Kreager is currently lodged in Monroe County on charges in that county. Kroll is out on bond with drug testing three days a week.

Zachary Mitchell pled guilty to two counts of unlawful driving away of an automobile and will be sentenced on April 7.

Jeremy Erbetta was arraigned on multiple counts: delivery of meth, resisting a police officer, possession of firearms by a felon and habitual offender, 3rd offense. His bond was set at $10,000 and a GPS tether if bond is posted.

Lauren Stafford was seen for a probation violation relating to non-payment of fines. She accepted that she had not paid her fines on time. A friend has paid the overdue fines for Stafford, and she was given fourteen days’ sentence for the probation violation with credit for the fourteen days she had been in jail.

Richard Hoag was sentenced to ten months of straight jail for operating while intoxicated. A straight jail sentence means that after the jail term is served, there is no probation.