District Attorney Cases 12/21/16

Sierra County District Attorney
Lawrence R. Allen
District Attorney / Public Administrator
530.289.3269 530.993.4617
larryallen@sierracounty.ws
SIERRA COUNTY CASES WEEKENDING DECEMBER 23, 2016

William Hall (73) Portola. Loaded firearm in vehicle. One year probation, fine $700.

Civillo Mallari Jr. (58) Union City. Driving while suspended. Three years probation, fine $1469.

Susan Burnett (50) American Canyon. Driving with a blood alcohol level of .08 or above. Three years probation, two days jail, fine $2400, and must attend alcohol school.

Steven Bonavita (51) Sierraville. Driving while suspended. Three years probation, two days jail, and a fine $1469.

Shane Perkins (43) Oroville. Perkins pled guilty to felon residential (first degree) burglary for burglarizing a remote vacation cabin. His sentencing is scheduled for January 24.

Valerie Robertson (59) Loyalton. Robertson was sentenced after pleading guilty to felony preparation of false evidence to be submitted to a court when she was caught in possession of frozen urine which she intended to use to defeat a probation test for drugs. She was also convicted of possession of methamphetamine. Robertson was put on four years probation, served 195 days in jail, fined $2410, and ordered to attend and successfully complete drug court.

Jonathan Kimpson (28) Loyalton. Sentenced to three years probation, 117 days in jail and must complete drug court for possession of methamphetamine.

Shannon Brandes (48) Portola. Driving under the influence with a prior conviction. She was placed on five years probation, served ten days jail, fined $2500, and ordered to attend alcohol school.

Brandon Morrow (31) Loylaton / Reno. Sentenced for violation of probation. He was placed on felony probation for assault on a peace officer causing injury when he attacked former sheriff John Evans who was attempting to arrest Morrow on a warrant. He was also convicted of being under the influence of methamphetamine. Four years state prison.

Drew Kinzie (36) Downieville. Kinzie pled guilty to felony false imprisonment during the involvement of a domestic violence matter. He will be formerly sentenced on January 11, and he remains in jail in lieu of $50,000 bail.

2 thoughts on “District Attorney Cases 12/21/16

  1. Did you get kicked out getting new info from Fisher after he went libral or no info same D A cases from when he shut you down come on 1st amendment you got this. TRUMP TRAIN

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