In the El Dorado County Courts

Posted: June 12, 2017


People v. Andrew Glabeck
Case No. S17CRF0034

On June 12, 2017, Andrew Glabek pled no contest to felony elder abuse and felony resisting a peace officer. He will be sentenced by the Honorable Judge Suzanne Kingsbury on June 19, 2017. The sentence will be 364 days in custody and 5 years of formal probation.

When Mr. Glabek was placed under arrest for elder abuse, he threatened the sheriff's deputies at the scene and refused to enter the patrol vehicle. Upon his arrival at the El Dorado County Jail, Mr. Glabek continued to resist and became violent with jail staff. Mr. Glabek has previous convictions for obstructing a peace officer and using a controlled substance.


People v. Dalton Markgraf and Crosby Markgraf
Case No. P17CRF0063

On June 9, 2017, Dalton Markgraf pled no contest to one count of first degree burglary and one count of second degree burglary stemming from two separate incidences. Crosby Markgraf pled no contest to one count of first degree burglary and one count of failure to appear, which involved one incident in common with his brother Dalton. Judgment and sentencing is scheduled for July 21, 2017.

On May 29, 2015, Dalton and Crosby broke into a vacation home in Grizzly Flat and took a number of items from the residence and a separate detached garage. Crosby is only identified off a DNA hit in September, 2016 and upon being interviewed, implicates his brother Dalton in the burglary. Fingerprint analysis performed by the Department of Justice in February, 2017 confirmed Dalton's involvement.

Meanwhile, on January 31, 2017, at approximately 3:54 AM, Dalton and another suspect (who previously pled to one count of second degree burglary) broke into the Mosquito General Market and stole just under $1000 worth of merchandise. Both suspects were caught on surveillance video and identified.


People v. Wendy Reed
Case No. S17CRF0028

On June 12, 2017, Wendy Marie Reed pled no contest to a felony violation of Penal Code § 368(e), theft from elder or dependent adult by a caretaker. Ms. Reed was indicted by a grand jury on March 9, 2017.

In August of 2016, the 77 year old victim noticed charges on her bank cards that she did not authorize. The charges which totaled $4177.80 were made between November of 2015 and August of 2016. South Lake Tahoe Police investigated the crime and determined that the charges were being made by the victim's caretaker without consent.

Reed was placed on formal probation and will be responsible to pay restitution for the charges made.

Consistent with the spirit of the California Constitution section 28(f)(5) Truth in Sentencing provisions , the incarceration numbers mentioned in the case summary referenced above are actually one half of the total imposed by the Court. For example, a sentence of two years in jail is actually one year. In 2011 with the Public Safety Realignment (AB 109) legislation, the Legislature automatically granted fifty percent "good time/work time" credit to most sentenced criminals.


People v. Anthony Brian Pefley
Case No. P16CRF0429

On June 6, 2017, Anthony Pefley was sentenced to one year in the county jail and placed on five years of formal probation after having pled no contest to one felony violation of Penal Code section 245(a)(4)- assault by means of force likely to produce great bodily injury, and one misdemeanor violation of Penal Code section 166(a)(4)- disobeying court order.

On August 21, 2016, the defendant drove a four wheel all-terrain vehicle on the victim's property, in violating of a restraining order requiring the defendant to stay at least 100 yards away from the victim. On November 5, 2016, the defendant arrived at the second victim's residence and approached him while holding a leather bull whip. The defendant began screaming and struck the victim three times with the bull whip before fleeing in his vehicle.

As a condition of probation, the defendant was ordered not to possess any weapons. The defendant was also served with criminal protective orders prohibiting any contact with the victims for a period of three years.