Teen sentenced to prison for invading home, fleeing police; boot camp possible.

January 4, 2016


By Allison Scarbrough. OCP Editor.

HART — The 18-year-old Ludington man who was arrested last September by the Pentwater Police Department after jumping from his vehicle during a high-speed chase was sentenced to concurrent terms of 18 months to four years and 18 months to five years in prison in 27th Circuit Court Monday, Jan 4.

Valentine Alejandro Segura, of 611 Dowland St., was initially charged with three other felonies, including assault with a weapon; receiving and concealing guns; and heroin possession stemming from the incident.

Segura’s attorney, Michael Liquigli, said the incident was “completely out of character” for his client, who has no previous felony record. “This was very stupid of me,” Segura said to Judge Anthony A. Monton.

Segura also has a criminal case pending in Mason County, where he is charged with possession of narcotics and breaking and entering, Liquigli said. Monton, who described the teen’s crimes as “serious,” said he had no objection to Segura serving his time in Special Alternative Incarceration (SAI) or “boot camp.”

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