By LISA M. HOFFMANN
IRON MOUNTAIN - An Iron Mountain man has pleaded guilty to felony uttering and publishing, attempted breaking and entering, and a misdemeanor count of larceny $200 to $1,000.
Daniel Scott Schuirmann, 23, appeared for arraignment
in Dickinson County Circuit Court with his attorney Adam Kruppstadt of Iron Mountain.
For the uttering and publishing charge, on May 21, Schuirmann took checks and wrote out checks totaling $1,423.12 from First National Bank & Trust of Iron Mountain to Walmart.
For the larceny charge, on April 23, Schuirmann stole a Schwinn bicycle from an apartment building and sold it to the Treasure Shop.
For the attempted breaking and entering charge, on May 30, Schuirmann was with a group of five other individual who attempted to break into Jayz Tobacco Shop in Iron Mountain.
Per a plea deal with the Dickinson County Prosecuting Attorney's Office, there is no objection to 90 days credit for Schuirmann to attend rehabilitation. And restitution will be joint and several between two other co-defendants facing charges for the stolen checks.
A charge of conspiracy to commit breaking and entering will be dismissed at sentencing.
Sentencing for Schuirmann is set for Oct. 15 at 9 a.m.
Also facing charges from a incident at Jayz Tobacco Shop are:
- Samantha Recla, 21, of Kingsford, who has pleaded guilty to attempted breaking and a building with intent. Per a plea agreement, HYTA (Holmes Youthful Training Act) status is being recommended and a charge of conspiracy to commit breaking and entering a building with intent will be dismissed at sentencing.
In addition, Recla will be ordered to pay joint restitution of $1,423.12 for checks written in Florence and Dickinson counties with two other co-defendants.
Sentencing is set for Oct. 15 at 9 a.m. before Judge Celello.
Recla is being represented by attorney Dan Jaspen of Iron Mountain.
- Alessandra Franch, 20, of Iron Mountain, who has already been sentenced under HYTA for attempted breaking and entering. Judge Celello sentenced Franch to 24 months probation and 45 days in jail under HYTA. Franch was represented by attorney Kalen Lipe of Iron Mountain.
- Mariah Leigh VanPemBrook, 21, of Iron Mountain, who has pleaded guilty to attempted breaking and entering. Because of the defendant's knee injury, sentencing has been rescheduled for Oct. 15 at 9 a.m. before Judge Celello.
VanPemBrook is being represented by attorney Dan Anderson of Iron Mountain.
- Christopher Holmberg, 21, of Iron Mountain, who has pleaded guilty to conspiracy, attempted breaking and entering and a probation violation. Sentencing is set for Sept. 17 at 9 a.m. before Judge Celello. Holmberg is being represented by attorney Grant Carlson.
- Korina Renee Beauchamp, 20, of Kingsford, who is charged with conspiracy to commit breaking and entering a building with intent, attempted breaking and entering a building with intent and uttering and publishing. A pre-trial conference is set for Sept. 17 at 1 p.m. before Judge Mary B. Barglind.
Beauchamp is being represented by attorney Roy Polich of Iron River.
The charges against all the individuals stem from a break-in attempt at Jayz Tobacco Outlet on May 30.
Beauchamp, Recla and Schuirmann also face uttering and publishing charges for writing checks on Rose Marie Fontecchio's checking account at First National Bank & Trust of Iron Mountain-Kingsford.
According to the felony complaint, officers observed several people outside Jayz Tobacco at 12:20 a.m. May 30 and then observed them run from the area when the squad car approached.
Officers learned from those questioned at the scene that they had planned to break-in to the tobacco shop to steal "spice."
Felony complaints state two hammers and a screwdriver were to be used in the break in.
Lisa M. Hoffmann's e-mail address is firstname.lastname@example.org.