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Dismissed

• One count of driving while barred, an aggravated misdemeanor, against Nicholas A. Conrad, 24, of Yarmouth, was dismissed. He was accused Sept. 30 by the Clinton Police Department.

Assault

• Joseph J. Acerra Jr., 27, of Clinton, pleaded guilty March 3 to one count of assault on persons in certain occupations, a serious misdemeanor. District Associate Judge Phillip Tabor ordered Acerra to serve 60 days in the Clinton County Jail with 49 days suspended and credit for 11 days served and suspended a $430 fine. Acerra was placed on unsupervised probation for one year. He was accused Feb. 19 by the Clinton Police Department.

Driving while barred

• Alexander R. Rettkowski, 32, 1222 Ninth Ave. South, pleaded guilty Feb. 17 to one count of driving while barred, an aggravated misdemeanor. District Associate Judge Phillip Tabor ordered Feb. 18 that Rettkowski serve 30 days in the Clinton County Jail with credit for 30 days served. A $855 fine was suspended. Rettkowski was accused Aug. 29 by the Clinton Police Department.

• Alexander R. Rettkowski, 32, of Camanche, pleaded guilty Feb. 17 to one count of driving while barred, an aggravated misdemeanor. District Associate Judge Phillip Tabor ordered Feb. 18 that Rettkowski serve 30 days in the Clinton County Jail with credit for 30 days served and suspended a $855 fine. Rettowski was accused Oct. 21 by the Camanche Police Department.

• Nicholas C. Wierenga, 31, 202 N. Bluff Blvd., Apt. 110, pleaded guilty Sept. 29 to one count of driving while barred, an aggravated misdemeanor. District Court Judge Mark Lawson ordered March 10 that Wierenga serve 10 days in the Clinton County Jail and suspended a $625 fine. Wierenga was accused May 21 by the Camanche Police Department.

Drugs

• JoseAndres Clemente, 24, of East Moline, Illinois, pleaded guilty March 3 to one count of possession of a controlled substance, marijuana, first offense, a serious misdemeanor. District Associate Judge Phillip Tabor granted deferred judgment for one year and imposed a $430 civil penalty. Clemente was placed on unsupervised probation for one year. He was accused Jan. 13 by the Camanche Police Department.

• Keegan J. Hayes, 18, of Lowden, pleaded guilty March 2 to one count of possession of a controlled substance, marijuana, first offense, a serious misdemeanor. District Associate Judge Phillip Tabor ordered March 3 that Hayes serve 30 days in the Clinton County Jail, with 30 days suspended, and imposed a $430 fine. Hayes was placed on unsupervised probation for one year and ordered to complete a substance abuse evaluation within 30 days, follow recommended treatment and provide the Court proof of completion. He was accused Jan. 1 by the Clinton County Sheriff’s Office.

• Andrew A. Lucas, 37, 838 11th Ave. South, pleaded guilty March 3 to one count of possession of a controlled substance, marijuana, first offense, a serious misdemeanor. District Associate Judge Phillip Tabor ordered Lucas to serve 30 days in the Clinton County Jail, with 30 days suspended, and imposed $430 fine was imposed. Lucas was placed on unsupervised probation for one year. He was accused Jan. 31 by the Clinton Police Department.

• Brionna T. Walton, 24, 518 Seventh Ave. South, pleaded guilty March 4 to one count of possession of a controlled substance, marijuana, first offense, a serious misdemeanor. District Associate Judge Phillip Tabor granted a deferred judgment March 5 for one year and imposed a $315 civil penalty. Walton was placed on unsupervised probation for one year. She was accused April 25 by the Clinton Police Department.

Eluding

• Keegan J. Hayes, 18, of Toronto, pleaded guilty March 2 to one count of eluding, a serious misdemeanor. District Associate Judge Phillip Tabor ordered March 3 that Hayes serve 30 days in the Clinton County Jail, with 28 days suspended, and imposed a $430 fine. Hayes was placed on unsupervised probation for one year, ordered to complete a substance abuse evaluation within 30 days, follow recommended treatment and provide the Court proof of completion. He was accused Jan. 5 by the Clinton County Sheriff’s Office.

Forgery

• Tomas L. Guevara-Tejeda, 21, 614 Sixth Ave. South, pleaded guilty Jan. 22 to one count of forgery, as an habitual offender, a Class D felony. District Court Judge John Telleen suspended a 3-year sentence March 4 and imposed a $750 fine. Guevara-Tejeda was placed on supervised probation for two years and ordered to successfully complete the Residential Corrections Facility program and maintain employment. One count of forgery, a Class D felony, and one count of identity theft over $1,500 under $10,000, a Class D felony, were dismissed, with costs assessed to Guevara. He was accused Aug. 7 by the Iowa Division of Criminal Investigations. Guevara stipulated to violation of probation in a separate case and was ordered to successfully complete the Residential Corrections Facility program in Davenport. Probation revocation was filed Jan. 11 by Assistant Clinton County Attorney Ross Barlow.

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