Conviction Reports

From the office of Nodaway Count Prosecutor Robert Rice:

 

Maryville, MO – Dylan Thorne, 24, Council Bluffs, Iowa, was ordered to serve 3 years in prison with the Missouri Department of Corrections after he was found guilty of Burglary in the 2nd degree in Cause # 15ND-CR00352.

 

Maryville, MO – James D. Gabbert, 41, Maryville, was ordered to serve 6 years in prison with the Missouri Department of Correction with the court retaining jurisdiction pursuant to section 559.115 RSMo. with a directive to successfully complete the institutional drug treatment program after he was found guilty of possessing a controlled substance in Cause # 18ND-CR00009-01.

 

Maryville, MO – Tyler J. Shea-Sledge, 28, Ballwin, Missouri, was ordered to serve 4 years in prison with the Missouri Department of Corrections for violating the terms of his probation in Cause # 14ND-CR00179-01. Shea-Sledge was on probation for driving while intoxicated as an aggravated offender.

 

Maryville, MO – Thomas Spoonemore, 45, Chillicothe, Missouri, who has been in jail for the past four months on various charges throughout Northwest Missouri region, was ordered to serve 37 days in jail & 5 years of probation after he was found guilty of 8 counts of passing a bad check to merchants in Nodaway County merchants during the summer of 2017. Spoonemore is facing 32 years in prison should he fail to pay restitution to the merchants as directed by the Court. Spoonemore was ordered to re-appear to the Court on May 21, 2018, at 9:30am, when it is expected he will be released from jail.

 

Maryville, MO – Michael Eddlemon, 24, Rock Port, Missouri, was ordered to serve 180 days shock detention through electronic monitoring & 5 years of supervised probation after he was found guilty of burglary in the 2nd degree in Cause # 15ND-CR00353 for an act that happened on September 29, 2015. Eddlemon struck a deal with the prosecutor to testify against Jacob and Dylan Thorne for coming into Nodaway County to collect a drug debt from another. In Jacob Thorne’s case, he was found guilty of Burglary in the 1st degree and was ordered to serve 15 years in prison with the Missouri Department of Corrections. In Dylan Thorne’s case, he was found guilty of Burglary in the 2nd degree and was ordered to serve 3 years in prison with the Missouri Department of Corrections.

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