Snobiah Bellof, Sawyer, sentenced for menacing
Snobiah Latisa Bellof, 34, Sawyer, who was originally charged with Class C felony terrorizing and accused of pointing a gun in her boyfriend’s face after an argument on May 3, pleaded guilty on Wednesday to a Class A misdemeanor charge of menacing.
Judge Todd Cresap sentenced her to 360 days in jail, all suspended but the 22 days she already served, and two years of supervised probation. Bellof was also ordered to obtain a chemical dependency evaluation and to pay $325 in court costs.
The state agreed to dismiss a Class B felony charge of possession with intent to deliver marijuana, and two misdemeanor possession of drug paraphernalia charges.
Bellof disputes that she pointed the gun at her boyfriend, but acknowledges that she was holding a gun. The boyfriend quickly disarmed her and then called police.
According to a probable cause affidavit filed with the court, police found a large pile of trimmings, branches, and root systems on the floor in a utility room used as a marijuana grow room. They also found 20 pots filled with soil. In all, police recovered approximately 9.5 pounds of marijuana flower.
Three children were sleeping in the residence at the time of the incident.
Bellof was a member of the Sawyer school board at the time of her arrest.
Michael Eugene Kreger, 36, was charged with Class B felony possession with intent to deliver marijuana, Class A misdemeanor possession of drug paraphernalia for manufacture, and Class B misdemeanor possession of marijuana paraphernalia after the incident. A preliminary hearing for Kreger is scheduled for today in district court before Judge Todd Cresap.