Ludington woman to serve 90 days for breaking and entering
A Ludington woman was sentenced to jail time and probation in 51st Circuit Court Tuesday for her part in the breaking and entering of the River Run Canoe Livery in Scottville last summer. Carrie Ann Carr, 38, of 332 S. Meyers Road, was ordered to serve 90 days in jail — up to one year at the court’s discretion — and 18 months of probation for breaking and entering with intent to commit larceny.
A habitual offender charge was dismissed as part of Carr’s plea agreement.
Prosecutor Paul Spaniola told Judge Susan K. Sniegowski that, although Carr had been convicted of crimes in the past, her record for the last several years had been clean and he felt the jail time and probation was appropriate.
Carr was ordered to pay $1,458 to the court, which included her part of the restitution with her co-defendants of $680.