Clare County Prosecuting Attorney Michelle Ambrozaitis

Tel: (989)539-9831

Several Head To Prison

Several defendants were sentenced to prison over the last few months, here is an update detailing those sentences.

Dillon William Cooper (15-005157-FC):  On November 10, 2015, the defendant plead guilty as a habitual third offender to Receiving and Concealing Property $20,000 or more and Tampering with an Electronic Monitoring Device.  On January 14, 2016, Judge Evans sentenced the defendant to prison.

His sentence is as follows:

MDOC 2 years to 4 years for the Tampering with an Electronic Monitoring Device

MDOC 2 years to 20 years for the Receiving and Concealing of Stolen Property

Credit for 139 days already served

$130 crime victim rights fee; $136 state costs; $500 costs; $500 court appointed attorney fees; and $241679.81 in restitution joint and several with his co-defendant.

Windy Dawn Lane (15-005205-FH): On December 7, 2015, the defendant plead guilty to Delivery of less than 50 grams of heroin, second or subsequent offense.  On January 12, 2016, Judge Mienk sentenced the defendant to prison.

Her sentence is as follows:

MDOC 23 months to 40 years

Credit for 53 days already served

$500 attorney fees; $130 crime victim rights fee; $68 state costs.

Robert George-Donald Frayer Jr (15-005158-FH): On December 14, 2015, the defendant entered a plea of guilty to 4 counts of Home Invasion 2nd Degree.  On February 3, 2016, Judge Evans sentenced the defendant to prison.

His sentence is as follows:

MDOC  2 years to 15 years for each count

All sentences to run concurrent with one another

Credit for 134 days already served

$130 crime victim rights; $500 fines; $272 state costs; $400.80 restitution; $500 costs; $500 court appointed attorney fees

Shawn Mitchell Parent (15-005092-FC):  On December 14, 2015, the defendant entered a plea of no contest to Sexual Conduct First Degree.  On February 4, 2016, Judge Evans sentenced the defendant to prison.

His sentence is as follows:

MDOC 11.25 years to 40 years

262 days credit for time already served

$130 crime victim rights; $500 fines; $500 costs; $700 court appointed attorney fees; $68 state costs

Robert Earl Elliot (15-005122-FH and 15-005121-FC): On November 16, 2015, the defendant Officer and Home Invasion 2nd Degree.  On February 4, 2016, Judge Evans sentenced the defendant to prison.

His sentence is as follows:

MDOC 30 months to 4 years for each count of Resist and Obstruct a Police Officer

MDOC 30 months to 30 years for the Home Invasion 2nd

All sentences to run concurrently with one another

189 days credit for time already served

$130 crime victim rights fee; $500 fines; $500 costs; $136 state costs; $600 court appointed attorney fees; $241, 652.81 in restitution (joint and several with co-defendants)

Marcie Ann Rybak (15-005095-FC; 15-005096-FH; and 15-005097-FH): On January 4, 2016, the defendant entered a plea of guilty as a habitual second offender to 3 counts of Larceny in a Building and Possession of Controlled Substance.  On February 3, 2016, the defendant was sentenced to prison by Judge Evans.

Her sentence is as follows:

MDOC 21 months to 6 years on each count of Larceny in a Building

MDOC 21 months to 3 years for Possession of Controlled Substance

All sentences to run concurrently with one another

242 days credit for time already served

$130 crime victim rights fee; $136 state costs; $500 fine; $500 costs; $500 court appointed attorney fee for each file.

Joshua Clayton Moyers (15-005161-FC): On December 14, 2015, the defendant entered a plea of guilty as a habitual third offender to Breaking and Entering with Intent; Flee and Elude a Police Officer; Unlawful Driving Away a Motor Vehicle (UDAA); and Operating While Under the Influence 2nd or subsequent offense.  On February 2, 2016, he was sentenced to prison by Judge Evans. 

His sentence is as follows:

MDOC 24 months to 20 years for the Breaking and Entering with Intent

MDOC 24 months to 10 years for the Flee and Elude

MDOC 24 months to 10 years for the UDAA

1 year for the Operating While Intoxicated

All sentences to run concurrently with one another

Defendant received no credit for time served because he was on parole at the time of the offense

$130 crime victim rights; $600 court appointed attorney fees; $500 fines; $500 costs; $9591.64 restitution; and $272 state costs

Terry Wade Miracle (15-005176-FH and 15-005175-FH):  On January 20, 2016, the defendant entered a plea of guilty as a habitual third offender to Possession of Methamphetamine, Possession of a Financial Transaction Device, and, Tampering with an Electronic Monitoring Device.  These charges spanned both files.  On February 22, 2016, the defendant was sentenced to prison by Judge Mienk. 

His sentence is as follows: 

MDOC 20 months to 20 years for the Possession of Methamphetamine

MDOC 16 months to 8 years for the Possession of a Financial Transaction Device

MDOC 17 months to 2 years for the Tampering with an Electronic Monitoring Device

All sentences to run concurrent with one another

197 days credit for time already served

$136 state costs; $130 crime victim rights fee; $500 costs; $500 fine; $500 court appointed attorney fees