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Lyon County, Iowa  

LYON COUNTY IS HOME TO:

Cities:    Alvord, Doon, George, Inwood, Larchwood, Lester, Little Rock, Rock Rapids

Schools:    Central Lyon, George-Little Rock, West Lyon, Doon Christian, Inwood Christian, Doon Protestant Reformed

 

Lyon County Attorney - Press Releases

STATE v TYLER JOHN ESPINOZA

On June 9, 2017, Tyler John Espinoza, was sentenced for Possession of Marijuana, a Serious Misdemeanor. Espinoza was ordered to serve 180 days in the Lyon County Jail will all but 14 days suspended and credit for 14 hours and 35 minutes served post arrest. Espinoza was ordered to pay $315.00 fine, $110.25 statutory surcharge, $10.00 D.A.R.E. surcharge, $100.00 court costs, $125.00 Law Enforcement Initiative Surcharge, court appointed attorney fees, and jail fees. Espinoza was placed on probation to the Third Judicial District Department of Corrections for a period of one year and to pay the $300.00 statutory probation supervision fee. Espinoza was ordered to submit to a substance abuse evaluation and follow any treatment/rehabilitation/monitoring program as recommended by said evaluation and Espinoza’s probation officer.

 

STATE v TIMOTHY CLARENCE JOHNSON

On June 13, 2017, Timothy Clarence Johnson, was sentenced for Traffic Control Device, a Simple Misdemeanor. Johnson was ordered to pay a $65.00 fine, statutory surcharge, court costs, and $289.96 restitution.

 

STATE v NIKARRA ASHLYN MACMAIN

On June 9, 2017, Nikarra Ashlyn Mac Main was sentenced for two counts of Theft 5th, each Simple Misdemeanors.

 

Count 1: Mac Main was ordered to serve 30 days in the Lyon County Jail with all but 19 days suspended and with credit for time already served. Said sentence shall run concurrent to sentence imposed in Count 2. Mac Main was ordered to pay a $100.00 fine, $35.00 statutory surcharge, $60.00 court costs, $125.00 Law Enforcement Initiative Surcharge, court appointed attorney fees, and jail fees. Mac Main’s fine and statutory surcharge were suspended. Mac Main was ordered to pay $106.75 in restitution to Lil’ Chubs, Inwood, Iowa.

 

Count 2: Mac Main was ordered to serve 30 days in the Lyon County Jail with all but 19 days suspended and with credit for time already served. Said sentence shall run concurrent to sentence imposed in Count 1. Mac Main was ordered to pay a $315.00 fine, $35.00 statutory surcharge, $60.00 court costs, $125.00 Law Enforcement Initiative Surcharge, court appointed attorney fees, and jail fees. Mac Main’s fine and statutory surcharge were suspended. Mac Main was ordered to pay $123.86 in restitution to Larchwood Quick Stop, Larchwood, Iowa.

 

STATE v DAMIAN LEE PERKINS

On January 11, 2017 a Deputy with the Lyon County Sheriff’s office attempted to initiate a traffic stop for a vehicle violation. Driver of said vehicle, Damian Lee Perkins, eluded law enforcement until he entered a field, abandoned his vehicle, a left the scene on foot. Perkins was arrested in O’Brien County on Lyon County charges. On June 7, 2017 Perkins was sentenced for Eluding, a Serious Misdemeanor. Perkins was ordered to serve 365 days in the Lyon County Jail will all but seven days suspended and credit for five hours and 35 minutes served post his arrest. Perkins was placed on probation to Third Judicial District Department of Corrections for a period of one year and ordered to pay $300.00 probation supervision fee. Perkins was ordered to pay a $315.00 fine, $110.25 statutory surcharge, $100.00 court costs, court appointed attorney fees, and jail fees. Perkin’s fine and statutory surcharge were suspended.

 

STATE v ANTHONY PHILLIP VIERECK

On June 9, 2017, Anthony Phillip Viereck, was sentenced for Probation Violation. Viereck’s probation was extended for one year.

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