Clifford David Gregg, 34, of 806 Main St., Lost Nation, pleaded guilty to possession of drug paraphernalia and was sentenced to one day in jail, with credit for time served.

On Dec. 12, according to charging documents, Gregg had a one-hitter pipe for smoking marijuana when arrested on a Jones County warrant at Bill’s Tavern.

Gene Raymond Luth, 53, of 1522 M. St. SW, Cedar Rapids, pleaded guilty to driving while revoked and was sentenced to 60 days in jail, suspended, with credit for time served, as well as a fine of $1,000 plus court costs, a 35 percent surcharge and a $10 DARE surcharge, and probation.

On Aug. 3, Luth was involved in a motorcycle accident near 22810 113th St., Bernard, while having a revoked license.

Blake Richard Rossmann, 24, of 1020 German St., Apt. 2, Maquoketa, pleaded guilty to third-degree criminal mischief and was sentenced to 180 days in jail with 150 days suspended, credit for time served and probation, to be served consecutively with an additional sentence. He was ordered to pay a fine of $125 and victim restitution of $941.60.

On Sept. 29, Rossmann punched the top of a victim’s car at 714 W. Platt St., damaging the vehicle, according to charging documents.

Benjamin Eric Anderson, 28, of 108 1/2 N. Olive St., Apt. 2, Maquoketa, pleaded guilty to an amended charge of having an expired driver’s license and was ordered to pay a fine of $50, a surcharge of 35 percent, and court costs.

On Dec. 5, Anderson was driving at North Main and Quarry Streets, Maquoketa, according to charging documents. He was initially charged with driving while having a denied or revoked license.

Brittany Noel Balfour, 27, of 413 1/2 21st Place, Clinton, pleaded guilty to possession of drug paraphernalia and was fined $65, surcharges and court costs.

On Nov. 24 on the 1600 block of Highway 61, Balfour had in her possession glass marijuana pipes and Swisher Sweets cigars with marijuana inside, according to charging documents.

Randy Ross Gerischer, 18, of 310 S. Main St., Maquoketa, was charged with fifth-degree theft.

On Dec. 5, according to charging documents, Gerischer stole three knives with a total value of about $15 from Wal-Mart.

Brion R. Hosch, 29, of 106 Anderson St., Maquoketa, was charged with fifth-degree theft of service.

On Dec. 10 at 106 Anderson St., according to charging documents, Hosch twice turned on water service that had been shut off by the city of Maquoketa, using 74 gallons of water valued at 84 cents.

Dalton Kenneth Knight, 19, of 1018 Kathey Drive, Maquoketa, pleaded guilty to third-degree criminal mischief and was granted a deferred judgment with probation. Knight was ordered to complete 42 hours of unpaid community service in lieu of a civil penalty of $625, suspended, plus court costs, and a Law Enforcement Initiative surcharge of $125. He was also ordered to pay victim restitution of $760.

On Sept. 14, at the 600 block of West Summit Street, Knight had a purple spray-painted circle on his car bumper and a new can of purple spray paint in his car. Knight admitted to spray-painting “sizzler” around town, graffiti estimated to cost $750 to cover up, according to charging documents.

Maria Elena McCoy, 69, of 210 N. Fifth St., Maquoketa, was charged with two counts of third-degree harassment, two counts of disorderly conduct causing a loud or raucous noise, and fifth-degree criminal mischief.

On Dec. 20, McCoy went to Maquoketa Lumber Yard and to Maquoketa Eye Care and made loud threats and epithets directed toward a victim at each location, according to charging documents. Four days earlier, McCoy had gone to 206 N. Fifth St. and taken a no-trespassing sign valued at $2 from the property, bending it and writing profanity on it.

Caleb James Stoddard, 27, of 614-3 W. Platt St., Maquoketa, pleaded guilty to driving while barred and was sentenced to 90 days in jail with 83 suspended, credit for time served and probation, as well as a fine of $625 plus court costs and a 35 percent surcharge.

On March 19 on the 500 block of South Niagara Street, Stoddard was driving, and a records check showed his status as barred, according to charging documents.

Nathan Harold VanRoekel, 49, of 9674 95th Ave., Maquoketa, pleaded guilty to an amended charge of operating a vehicle without a valid license and was fined $50 plus court costs and surcharge.

On Sept. 20, 2016, VanRoekel was driving at the intersection of Highway 61 and 200th Avenue, while a records check showed him to have a barred license, according to charging documents.

Randy Ross Gerischer, 18, of 310 S. Main St., Maquoketa, pleaded guilty to fifth-degree theft and was granted a deferred judgment. Gerischer was assessed a civil penalty of $65 plus court costs and was placed on probation.

On Dec. 5, according to charging documents, Gerischer stole three knives valued at $15 total from Walmart.

Damion James Snodgrass, 19, of 203 N. Walnut St., Maquoketa, pleaded guilty to assault and was sentenced to 30 days in jail with 27 days suspended and credit for time served, as well as probation and payment of court costs and surcharge.

Snodgrass was initially charged with domestic abuse assault causing injury or mental illness, first offense. According to charging documents, on Nov. 24 at 203 N. Walnut St., Snodgrass blocked a victim’s exit, grabbed the victim by the throat, hit the victim on the head and twisted the victim’s arm, leaving scratch marks on the victim’s neck and a small chunk of skin taken out of the victim’s finger.

Kori Brianna Wagner, 39, of 313 N. Olive St., Maquoketa, pleaded guilty to fifth-degree theft and was ordered to pay a fine of $65, plus court costs and surcharges.

On Dec. 3, according to charging documents, Wagner took rum valued at $8 from Fareway without paying for the item.

Courtney Ann Clark, 26, of 313 N. Fifth St. Maquoketa, was charged with fifth-degree theft. 

According to charging documents, on Dec. 20, Clark took a cell phone from Wal-mart, going into the bathroom with the item and leaving the packaging in the bread aisle.

Cory David Hoover, 36, of 108 Anderson St., Maquoketa, was charged with fifth-degree theft.

On Dec. 18, Hoover took a car jump starter valued at $49.88 from Wal-mart, concealing the item in his pocket and leaving the packaging, according to charging documents.