Two Men Sentenced In Separate Un-Related Cases In Osceola County
(Sibley)-- A man has been sentenced in Osceola county after pleading guilty to charges of assault using or displaying a dangerous weapon and criminal mischief in the 4th degree.
On the first charge, David John McCloskey, Jr. was sentenced to the custody of the Iowa Department of Corrections for a time not to exceed two years, with all of that suspended except for 5 days during a two year formal probation to the department.
On the second charge, McCloskey, Jr. was sentenced to time already served.
On both charges he was also ordered to pay various fines, surcharges, restitution and court costs.
Court documents say the charges stem from an incident that took place on December 22nd of last year in Osceola county.
In a separate, unrelated case, a Peterson man was sentenced after pleading guilty to an eluding charge.
23-year-old Shawn William Carter was sentenced to a term not to exceed two years to the custody of the Director of the Iowa Department of Corrections, which was suspended. He was placed on probation for a term not to exceed two years and was sentenced to 45 days in the Osceola county jail. Carter was also ordered to pay various fines, surcharges, restitution and court costs.
Court documents say Carter was charged in connection with an incident that occurred September 2nd of this year in Osceola county.