Revocation, Status Hearings Conducted In District Court
Mada Martell Bergie admitted during a hearing in district court on Wednesday, Nov. 15, that she violated the conditions of her probation.
Bergie received a deferred imposition of sentence for intimidation in 2021.
Judge David Cybulski noted that the maximum penalty for intimidation is 10 years in prison, a $50,000 fine or both.
Cybulski decided on a four year sentence with two years suspended. Bergie’s sentence includes 126 days of time served plus 221 days of street time credit.
In another hearing on Wednesday, Nov. 15, defense attorney Shannon Sweeney said defendant Kameron Dale Beston agreed to the state’s most recent plea offer shortly before court.
Because paperwork needs to be reviewed, Beston is scheduled to officially change his plea during a hearing on Nov. 28.
Beston is facing the felony charges of distribution of dangerous drugs, possession of dangerous drugs with intent to distribute and use or possession of property subject to criminal forfeiture.
Defendants Joshua Kyle Burks, Weldon Drew and Theron Richard Hagadone each had their arraignments scheduled for the day. None of them had public defenders appointed at the time, so their hearings were moved to Nov. 28.
Revocation hearings for Blaine Wyatt Bergie Sr. and Corby VanWhy were also rescheduled for Nov. 28.