KEENATH TURNER, DOB: 12/25/1988, of Muscatine, pleaded guilty to Theft in the Second Degree. Investigation by the Muscatine Police Department showed that he stole more than $1,000 in merchandise from the Muscatine Wal-Mart. When approached by police he attempted to flee on foot.
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PAUL BELL, DOB: 7/11/1968, of Davenport, was sentenced for Credit Card Fraud as a Habitual Offender and received a prison term of not to exceed fifteen years. Investigation by the Muscatine County Sheriff's Department showed that BELL had used a stolen credit card to obtain property. BELL had two prior felony convictions. The Court ordered that BELL's sentence be served consecutively to another prison sentence imposed in Scott County, Iowa.
FRANCISCO BRIONES, DOB: 9/3/1978, of Muscatine, was sentenced for Delivery of a Controlled Substance. Investigation by the Muscatine County Drug Task Force showed that BRIONES had sold cocaine to a confidential informant. BRIONES was found guilty by a jury. The Court imposed a suspended prison term of not to exceed ten years and placed him on supervised probation for a term of two years.
CHARLES WIEBEL, DOB: 1/8/1994, of Durant, was sentenced for Criminal Mischief in the Second Degree. Investigation by the Wilton Police Department showed that WIEBEL damaged another person's motor vehicle. The Court granted a deferred judgment and placed WIEBEL on supervised probation for a term of two years.
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RANDY DEESE, DOB: 7/27/1985, of Muscatine, was sentenced for Sex Offender Registry Violation, Second or Subsequent Offense. Investigation by the Muscatine County Sheriff's Department showed that DEESE moved from a residence in Muscatine without properly notifying the Sheriff of his new address. DEESE had previously been convicted of a registry violation. DEESE was found guilty after a bench trial. The Court imposed a prison sentence of not to exceed five years.
DONOVAN BARBER, DOB: 10/13/1991, of Muscatine, pleaded guilty and was sentenced for the offense of Stalking. Investigation by the Muscatine Police Department showed that BARBER had stalked the mother of his child in violation of a protective order from May through November of 2013. The Court imposed a prison term of not to exceed two years and also imposed sentences for violation of probation totaling 270 days. The sentences were run consecutively.