Three Plead Guilty to Theft and Two To Drug Paraphernalia Charges in Marion County CourtA 24-year-old Salem man has pleaded guilty to felony theft of items owned by the Union Pacific Railroad. Steven Schultz of East Locust admitted taking gate keepers, copper wire, steel plates, spikes and anchors. He was placed on two years conditional discharge and ordered to serve 180 days in the Marion County Jail.
A 19-year-old Irvington man pleaded guilty during his first appearance in Marion County Court to a misdemeanor theft charge. Spencer Loyd of South 1st Street in Irvington admitted taking an x-box from Jesse Meisel of Odin. He was placed on one year probation, ordered to serve 30 days in jail pay court costs, and undergo drug and alcohol evaluation and treatment.
Two people have entered guilty pleas to unlawful possession of drug paraphernalia. 23-year-old Eric Kirgan of Jefferson Street in Junction City was placed on one year probation, fined $750, ordered to undergo drug and alcohol evaluation and make a $100 reimbursement to the public defender. 20-year-old Steven Martin of East Third in Centralia was placed on one year probation, fined $750 and costs, ordered to undergo drug and alcohol evaluation, and was given credit for 15 days served in jail.
A 31-year-old Centralia woman has pleaded guilty to a retail theft charge. Sunny Powe of Brookside Avenue admitted taking five DVD's from the Dollar General Store in Central City. She was placed on two years court supervision, fined $100, ordered to make $42 restitution, and make a $100 reimbursement for the public defender.
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