Brayton Marquis Allen-Stovall, diversion status check, 10 a.m. May 13.
Xavier Michael Calahan, pre-trial conference, 10 a.m. May 13.
John A. Drow, sentencing, 10:45 a.m. May 13.
Chase Garrett Hanson, arraignment, 10 a.m. May 12.
John Adam Hodge, arraignment, 10 a.m. May 13.
Hartney Eugene Hummer Jr., sentencing, 10:15 a.m. May 12.
Jennifer Lynn Humphrey, preliminary hearing, 10 a.m. April 15.
Patricia A. Igleheart, arraignment, 10:30 a.m. May 13.
Jeff Allen Miller, bond appearance, 9:45 a.m. April 20.
Kyle Reese Nuckles, plea hearing, 10:15 a.m. April 20.
David D. Orcutt, preliminary hearing, 10 a.m. May 6.
Debbie J. Orcutt, preliminary hearing, 10 a.m. May 6.
Derek Scheuerman, arraignment, 10 a.m. May 13.
Julio Cesar Vizcarra, arraignment, 10 a.m. May 13.
April 1, Nolan Ty Litke, journal entry of conviction and sentencing. The court found the defendant guilty of one count of possession of an hallucinogenic drug, marijuana, and one count of possession of drug paraphernalia, and sentenced the defendant to a controlling sentence of 12 months in the custody of the Marion County sheriff for Count 1. The court placed the defendant on immediate supervised probation with Court Services for 18 months. Probation can be converted to unsupervised after 12 months if the defendant is in good standing and the probation officer deems appropriate. Said probation is subject to all standard terms and conditions and the following terms: the defendant shall complete a drug/alcohol evaluation and provide proof of such evaluation to the county attorney within 30 days, at his own expense. The defendant shall abide by any and all recommendations of the evaluator and all recommendations shall become part of the conditions. The defendant was ordered to serve 48 hours in the county jail for every positive drug/alcohol test, refusal to submit, or admission of usage. The defendant was ordered to refrain from the use of alcohol or drugs and submit to a blood, breath or urine test upon request of a Court Services officer or law enforcement officer. The court ordered the defendant to pay court costs and surcharge of $158, a booking fee of $45, a probation fee of $60 and court-appointed-attorney fees as determined by the court. The court ordered the defendant shall complete 30 hours of community service work. The court ordered the defendant shall be allowed to complete community service work at $7 an hour toward the court-appointed-attorney fees. The court ordered the defendant?s supervised probation can be transferred to Morris County for supervision. The court further ordered the defendant to obey all federal, state and city laws and ordinances.
April 8, John Kasper, Kansas Sentencing Guidelines Journal Entry of Judgment. The defendant was sentenced to a controlling term of eight months with the secretary of Corrections and placed on supervised probation with Community Corrections for 12 months. As a condition of probation, the defendant was ordered to serve 14 days in the Marion County Jail. The defendant has 24 hours from his release to meet with the Community Correc?tions officer. The defendant is to follow all rules of his supervising officer. The defendant was ordered to not have any contact whatsoever with Brian Hatterman, Eugene Remmers and Douglas Gable. The defendant was further ordered to submit to random blood, breath or urine testing upon the request of his Court Services officer or any law enforcement officer. The defendant was ordered to notify the intensive supervision officer of changes in employment, residence and phone number. The defendant was ordered to submit to DNA registration and be responsible for all associated costs. The defendant was ordered to serve 48 hours in the Marion County Jail for every positive drug/alcohol testing, refusal to submit, failure to follow the UA testing instructions or admission of usage. Should the defendant deny usage and the specimen require positive laboratory confirmation, he may be made to serve an additional 48 hours in jail for failing to be truthful with the supervising officer. The defendant is to obey all local, state and firearms restrictions. The defendant must pay the following amounts: court costs $193, probation fee $120, DNA fee $200, restitution $102.50, attorney fees $600, BIDS fee $100, and booking fee $45.
Social Rehabilitation Services, petitioner vs. Chantz E. Golden, et al., respondent, hearing at 2 p.m. May 4.
Michael T. Loomis, petitioner vs. Joyce E. Loomis, respondent, protection from abuse hearing at 2 p.m. May 4.
March 5, Casey Taylor vs. Richard Wade Taylor, petition for divorce. Status hearing at 1:15 p.m. June 1.
April 7, State of Kansas ex rel vs. Grady Stephenson, order to extend child support.
April 7, Department for Children and Families vs. Thomas James, petition for support.
April 8, Benjamin Lee Krause vs. Shaston LoriAnn Krause, decree of divorce.
April 9, in the matter of Freda H. Epp, petition to admit foreign will to probate and record.
Edna Mueller, estate, et al., vs. Mel Epling, bench trial, 9 a.m. July 2.
Tri Force Alberta Construction, Ltd. vs. Terrence Bayliss, et al., status hearing, 10 a.m. June 2.
Randon Production Co. Inc. vs. Arbuckly Energy Inc., status hearing, 10 a.m. June 2.
March 16, Marion Police Depart?ment vs Shannon Thomas Lehr, notice of pending forfeiture.
March 27, State of Kansas vs. Stephanie Jill Lewis, notice of pending forfeiture.
March 31, Willis I. Peterson vs. Agri-Producers Inc., other contract.
April 3, State of Kansas vs. David D. Orcutt, et al., (Debbie J. Orcutt), notice of pending forfeiture.
April 3, The Lumberyard Inc. vs. Rollind Elgin Bartel, dismissal of petition by plaintiff.
Feb. 22, Anthony Jay Daniel, speed, $153 fines and fees.
March 23, Luke Strand Augus?tine, speed, $177 fines and fees.
March 26, James A. Bloods?worth, over weight limits on wheels and axles, $168 fines and fees.
March 28, Stephanie A. Layug, speed, $222 fines and fees.
March 29, Larry Bailey Lipe, speed, $213 fines and fees.
March 30, David A. Johnson, failure to wear seat belt, $10 fines and fees.
April 1, Travis Clay Hegg, speed, $153 fines and fees.
MARION CO. REGISTER OF DEEDS
April 3, Paul H. Loewer Jr., husband, and Nancy L. Loewer, wife, to Paul H. Loewer Jr., trustee, WD, SE4 5-18-2; 57 acres SW4 33-19-3; part SW4 33-19-3; W2 NE4 8-19-2; E2 NE4 8-19-2; S2 SE4 8-19-2.
April 3, Sheriff of Marion County to Secretary of Housing & Urban Development, SHERIF, Lot 1, N2 Lot 2, Block 63, North Peabody, Peabody.
April 3, Jon F. Gard, husband, and Carolyn Gard, wife, to Martin R. Nellans, trustee, and Alice M. Nellans, trustee, WD, 2/3 interest in part SW4 33-21-3 (2 pieces).
April 3, Ralph Wendell Gard, husband, and Sheryl Gard, wife, to Martin R. Nellans, trustee, and Alice M. Nellans, trustee, WD, 1/3 interest in part SW4 33-21-3 (2 parts).
April 3, Jon F. Gard, husband, and Carolyn Gard, wife, to Jon F. Gard, husband, and Carolyn Gard, wife, QCD, part SW4 33-21-3.
April 3, Ralph Wendell Gard, husband, and Sheryl Gard, wife, to Jon F. Gard, husband, and Carolyn Gard, wife, QCD, part SW4 33-21-3.
April 6, Wells Fargo Bank to Secretary of Housing and Urban Development, WD, E 90.98? lots 10-12, Block 64, North Peabody, Peabody.
April 6, Jeff W. Foster, trustee, to Rudy C. Hernandez and Jeanna Hernandez, TRD, part Lot 44, Miller?s First Addition, Marion.
April 7, Robert D. Rahn, husband, and Florence M. Rahn, wife, to Glen L. Rahn, Deana Pogue, Curtis C. Vajnar, Jason D. Vajnar, Matthew L. Vajnar and Amy L. Vajnar, TODWD, part SE4 29-20-2.
April 7, Stuart Woodruff and Tracy Woodruff to Michael M. Kralicek, husband, and Randy L. Kralicek, wife, WD, lots 1 and 2, Block 30, North Peabody, Peabody.
April 7, Barbara J. Anderson to David Williams, WD, lots 25-28, Range 4, Church Addition, St. Francis City, commonly called Burns.
April 8, Keith Harder, trustee, to Byron P. Lange, TRD, undivided 9.3 percent S2 NE4 12-19-5 with exception; E2 SW4 and SE4 12-19-5.
April 9, Travis Schafers, husband, and Kelley Schafers, wife, to Scott Fisher, QCD, Lot 6, Block 8, Free?born?s Addition, Marion.
April 9, Ty R. Zeiner to Jeffrey Lee and Dawn Lee, WD, lots 2, 4, 6, 8, 10 and 12, Block 22, Original Town, Florence.
Amber N. Smith, Marion; Tyler R. Schlesener, Marion.
Mieka Serene, Hillsboro; Casey Bartel, Hillsboro.
MARION COUNTY SHERIFF
Jail roster, April 3-10
Chris Lieder, 25, Wichita, probation violation.
Shane Mascareno, 45, Hering?ton, court commit.
Ashley Kelly, 24, Dodge City, rape, sodomy, exploitation of a child.
Eric Williams, 27, Florence, probation violation.
Melinda Dougherty, 26, Flo?rence, bond revocation.
Daniel Kyle, 52, Florence, probation violation.
James Woods Sr., 38, Eureka, felony theft.
Leslie Coker, 55, Wichita, court commit.
Cameron Alvarez, 23, Herington, failure to appear.
John Kasper, 48, Hope, court commit.
Kenneth Newell, 47, rape, aggravated indecent liberties, housed at McPherson County jail.
Kari Cook, 40, Marion, driving while suspended.
Christopher Logan, 22, Galena, driving while suspended.
Joyce Loomis, 42, Marion, violation of protection from abuse order.
Nancy Garcia, 40, Florence, court commit.
Joseph Jones, 21, Park City, court commit.
Amy Park, 27, Marion, court commit.
At 1:30 p.m. March 30, Ryan N. Nelson, 52, Towanda, was driving a 2005 GMC Sierra south on U.S. Highway 56/77 when a pickup hauling a trailer crossed the center line, hitting the vehicle. The pickup did not stop, but continued on north. Deputy Travis Wilson investigated.
At 1 p.m. March 31, Claire M. Williams, 41, Newton, was driving a 2014 Volkswagen Tiguan north on Diamond. The driver was going too fast to make the turn onto 70th and put the vehicle into the ditch, hitting a telephone box east of the intersection. Deputy Travis Wilson investigated.
At 2:40 p.m. April 6, Jason James Johnson, 44, Derby, was driving a 1997 Ford F150 pickup westbound on US Highway 50. The vehicle struck a bump going over the bridge and the trailer it was pulling came loose, breaking the safety chains. The trailer went into the north ditch, striking a culvert and the embankment. Undersheriff David V. Huntley investigated.
At 4:15 p.m. April 7, Kiefer Logan Larson, 17, Peabody, was driving a 2002 Ford Mustang eastbound on 60th. The driver stated that as he approached Timber, he saw smoke inside the vehicle so he made a U-turn at Timber. During the U-turn, the vehicle caught fire and the driver drove into the south ditch at the southwest corner of the intersection. The vehicle was destroyed by fire. Undersheriff David V. Huntley investigated.
Between noon and 4:15 p.m. April 5, a 2003 Jeep sport utility vehicle valued at $20,000 was taken from a location on 90th in Newton.
HILLSBORO POLICE DEPT.
Daily log, April 5-11
April 5: Littering complaint in the 200 block of South Washington. Phone harassment complaint in the 300 block of North Birch; subject reported receiving two prank calls. Report of a possible attempted suicide in Hillsboro Heights; the subject was transported to Hillsboro Community Hospital by ambulance. Checked a suspicious vehicle in the 500 block of East D Street.
April 6: Subject reported an identity theft. Subject reported a possible child abuse; further investigation revealed the case had already been reported and investigated. Motorist assist at Grand and Main streets.
April 7: Officers worked on wea?ther watch equipment. Officer instructed Drug Abuse Resistance Edu?cation class at elementary school.
April 8: Officers checked the weather watch station because of possible severe weather. Dog complaint in the 500 block of East First. Report of suspicious activity at the water plant. Checked suspicious activity downtown.
April 9: Trespass complaint in the 100 block of East D; several cars were left on private property without permission from the owner; the vehicles had been placed there to avoid possible severe weather. Assisted Peabody Police Department with an investigation. Assisted Emergency Medical Services in the 200 block of South Ash.
April 10: Assisted the Marion County Sheriff?s office with an injury accident. Report of suspicious activity in the 200 block of South Birch. Checked suspicious activity in the 100 block of East Grand.
April 11: Report of a suspicious person in Memorial Park. Assist with a power outage caused by a storm. 911 disconnect in the 600 block of South Main.