Justin C. Maschhoff, 29, of Hoyleton, was arrested on February 22, and was charged with aggravated driving under the influence (he had two DUI convictions in Clinton County in 2009 and 2011), a class 2 Felony; unlawful possession of a controlled substance (less than 15 grams of heroin), a class 4 felony; unlawful possession of a controlled substance (less than 15 grams of Fentanyl), a class 4 felony; possession of a weapon by a felon (brass knuckles), a class 3 felony; possession of a hypodermic syringe, a class A misdemeanor; and possession of drug paraphernalia (a pipe), a class A misdemeanor. On April 14, Maschhoff appeared in court in the custody of the Sheriff’s Department. Per plea negotiations, Maschhoff plead guilty to the charge of possession of drug paraphernalia and was sentenced to 52 days of jail, with credit for 52 days of time served, 12 months of conditional discharge, and was fined $750. Maschhoff has also been charged in a separate case with drug induced homicide, for the death of Anthony James Hillesheim, a class X felony, and with delivery of a controlled substance, a class 3 felony, after Maschhoff allegedly delivered less than 5 grams of heroin to Hillesheim on Jan. 17, which Hillesheim injected, resulting in his death. Maschhoff is scheduled for a preliminary hearing for these charges on May 7, followed by a jury trial on June 22.
Tress T. Korves, 24, of Granite City, was arrested on July 12, 2014, and charged with obstructing justice, after she furnished a false name to an Okawville Police Officer to prevent apprehension, telling him that she was Meagan B. Eversole, a Class 4 Felony. At an April 16 court appearance, she appeared with counsel and per plea negotiations, plead guilty to an added charge, obstructing identification, a class A misdemeanor. The obstruction of justice charge was dismissed. Korves was sentenced to 12 months of court supervision and and fined $480.
Maria Fosnaugh, of Ashley, was arrested and was charged with permitting a child to persist in truancy, a class c misdemeanor, for allegedly failing to take a child to school. At a court appearance on April 13, on a motion of the state, the case was dismissed with leave to reinstate.
David Fosnaugh, of Ashley, was arrested and was charged with permitting a child to persist in truancy, a class c misdemeanor, for allegedly failing to take a child to school. At a court appearance on April 13, on a motion of the state, the case was dismissed with leave to reinstate.
Lindsey N. Bowen, 28, of Richview, was arrested on February 24, and was charged with endangering the life of a child, for allegedly walking through a broken glass window frame with a child in her arms. At a court appearance on April 14, per plea negotiations, Bowen plead guilty under deferred judgment and was placed under probation with special conditions and orders to fully cooperate with the DCFS.
Cynthia Matthews, 57, of Hoyleton, was arrested on Nov. 6, 2014, and was charged with reckless conduct (involving a motor vehicle), after passing a stopped school bus on Co. Hwy. 24 at Walnut Rd., a class A Misdemeanor. At an April 21 court appearance, she pled guilty to the charge and was sentenced to 12 months of court supervision and fined $250.
For More, Please Read The April 29, 2015 Edition Of The Nashville News.