Today, July 28, 2017, in Muscatine County District Court:
STEVEN ROSS MCINTIRE, 31, of Atalissa was sentenced after pleading guilty to two counts of burglary in the third degree, one count of theft in the second degree, and one count of failure to appear.
The Court imposed a total prison sentence of not to exceed 10 years. The Court also ordered the defendant to make victim restitution.
Investigation by the Muscatine County Sheriff's Office showed that McIntire committed two separate machine shed burglaries. He pleaded guilty to those offenses and to felony theft and was free on bond when he failed to appear in court for sentencing.
In other matters:
DAYTON EARL MICHAEL ELLIOTT, 22, of Muscatine was sentenced after pleading guilty to possession of marijuana with intent to deliver, drug tax stamp violation, possession of methamphetamine, and possession of a firearm by a prohibited person. Investigation by the Muscatine County Drug Task Force showed that ELLIOTT had been in possession of a distribution quantity of marijuana without a required drug tax stamp on it. He also was in possession of a personal use quantity of methamphetamine and a firearm. ELLIOTT had been adjudicated delinquent for the offense of carrying weapons, to wit: a firearm.
The Court suspended a total prison sentence of not to exceed 16 years and ordered the defendant to successfully complete the program at the Residential Correctional Facility in Davenport as a condition of probation.
RODNEY CARL KOENIG, JR., 36, of Muscatine was sentenced after pleading guilty to child endangerment causing bodily injury. Investigation by the Muscatine Police Department and the Iowa Department of Human Services showed that KOENIG had physically injured a two-year-old boy left in his care. The Court suspended a prison sentence of not to exceed five years and ordered the defendant to successfully complete the program at the Residential Correctional Facility in Davenport as a condition of probation.