Four Enter Guilty Pleas in Marion County Court
A 20-year-old Centralia man has pleaded guilty to aggravated domestic battery. DeWillis Moore of East Kerr admitted to attempting to strangle Kerri Smith in a March 30th incident. Moore was placed on four years probation and given credit for 138 days served in the Marion County Jail. A second count of domestic battery for the same offense was dropped as part of the plea.
A 33-year-old Centralia man has pleaded guilty to theft of $110 from the RollNUp convenience store in Centralia where he was employed. Michael Neff of North Morrison was placed on two years misdemeanor court supervision, fined $100 and cost, and ordered to pay the store $110 restitution. Centralia Police say Neff reportedly took the money by falsely voiding sales and keeping the cash.
22-year-old Nicole Erwin-Gaynar of Centralia has pleaded guilty to retail theft of $50 in gas from the Centralia Huck's Store. Erwin-Gaynar was placed on two year misdemeanor probation, fined $100, ordered to make $50 restitution, and make a $25 contribution to Crime Stoppers.
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