Sierra County District Attorney
Lawrence R. Allen
District Attorney / Public Administrator
SIERRA COUNTY CASES WEEKENDING MARCH 10, 2017
Scott Humphrey (65) Susanville. Unlawful take of deer. Eighteen months probation, fine $1055, and forfeit rifle.
Michael Kerns (54) Mt. Shasta. Violation of terms of special deer tag. He had a special tag for hunting on a certain piece of private property, and he was hunting outside of the boundaries of the designated property. One year probation, fine $1055.
Jarelle Budkheit (34) Susanville. Driving with a .08 or more blood alcohol level with a prior conviction. Four years probation, ten day s jail, fine $2622, and attend alcohol school.
Scott Arnold (34) Fortuna. Take and transport wood products without permit (he cut two Christmas trees). Fine $455.
Shilo LeBlanc (26) Loyalton. Driving with a blood alcohol level of .08 or more. Three years probation, two days jail, fine $1920, and attend alcohol school.
Jason Kelly (34) Loyalton. Drive with a blood alcohol level of .08 or more. Three years probation, two days jail, fine $1920, and attend alcohol school.
Christina Hendrix (46) Fresno. Driving while her license was suspended with a prior conviction. Four years probation, five day jail, and a fine of 2249.
Shaun Fowler (48) Sierraville. Violation of probation for absconding from supervision and drug court. His underlying conviction was two charges of being under the influence of a controlled substance. One year jail to be served on electronic monitoring, and probation reinstated.
Shane Perkins (43) Oroville. Sentencing for a conviction of residential (1st degree burglary). Two years state prison, fine $2420, and pay restitution in the amount of $114,425 with 10% interest, and 10% payable to Sierra County to monitor payments. Perkins and a partner went to a very remote area of Sierra County and came upon a cabin. They entered the cabin stealing food and other things. Later he and the partner got into a disagreement and Perkins left. The partner wandered around this remote area for two days with no idea where she was when she decided to set a fire, and when firemen came to put out the fire she would be rescued. The plan worked except the fire got away from her and burned the cabin down. The Forest Service will not allow the cabin to be re-built. The partner remains at large.
Levi Hyde-Beverage (23) Loyalton. Violation of probation for failure to pay fine on driving under the influence and driving while suspended. He sat out the fine of $5382 converted to 12 days jail, and must pay $845 of the non-convertible portion of the fine.
Scott Ransom (46) and Terry Manning both of Loyalton. Disturbing the peace. Both did two days in jail and were fined $653. It was a rough night at the Golden West.