Public records, April 29, 2015

DISTRICT COURT

Criminal

Kimberly Shontel Frye, second appearance at 9:45 a.m. May 12.

Erminio M. Guerrero Jr., sentencing at 10 a.m. May 20.

Stephanie Jill Lewis, preliminary hearing at 10 a.m. May 13.

Christopher J. McIntyre, plea hearing at 10 a.m. May 6.

Jeff Allen Miller, motion hearing at 10 a.m. May 6.

Ricky M. Rogers, arraignment at 1:30 p.m. May 12.

Stephanie Rose Salay, bond appearance at 9:45 a.m. May 4.

Kenneth Southworth, preliminary hearing at 10 a.m. May 6.

Jessy Dean Thouvenell, pre-trial conference at 2:30 p.m. May 13.

Chad Dewane Vanvalkenburg, preliminary hearing at 10 a.m. May 20.

April 14, Eric J. Williams, journal entry of conviction and sentencing. The court found the defendant guilty of one count of disorderly conduct and suspended imposition for six months, with the special condition that the defendant shall not violate the law during this period. The court suspended court costs, surcharge and court-appointed-attorney fees for six months. The court further ordered the defendant to obey all federal, state and city laws and ordinances.

April 17, Brandon Allan Farrar, journal entry of sentencing. The court found the defendant guilty of one count of disorderly conduct and sentenced the defendant to 30 days in the custody of the Marion County sheriff to be consecutive to his other Marion County case. The court placed the defendant on supervised probation with Court Services for 12 months, consecutive. Said probation shall be subject to all standard terms and conditions, and the following special conditions: the defendant was ordered to pay court costs and surcharge of $158 and court-appointed-attorney fees as determined by the court. The court ordered the defendant shall be allowed to complete community service work at $7 an hour to work off court-appointed-attorney fees. The court ordered the defendant shall have no contact with Ms. Edwards. The court ordered the defendant 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?s supervised probation can be transferred if the Court Services officer deems it appropriate. The court ordered the defendant to obey all federal, state and city laws and ordinances.

April 17, Andrew Logan Meier, journal entry of conviction and sentencing. The court found the defendant guilty of one count of criminal trespass and sentenced the defendant to a controlling sentence of 30 days in the custody of the Marion County sheriff to be consecutive to his other Marion County case. The court placed the defendant on immediate supervised probation with Court Services for six months, consecutive. Said probation is subject to all standard terms and conditions and all conditions of probation in his other case. The court ordered the defendant to pay court costs and surcharge of $158, a booking fee of $45 and court-appointed-attorney fees as determined by the court. The court further ordered the defendant to obey all federal, state and city laws and ordinances.

April 17, Brandon Scott Laizure, 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 nine months in the custody of the Marion County sheriff for Count 1 and a controlling sentence of three months for Count 2 to be consecutive to each other. The court placed the defendant on immediate supervised probation with Court Services for 12 months for Count 1 and six months for Count 2, consecutive. Said probation is subject to all standard terms and conditions and the following special terms: the court ordered the defendant?s supervised probation can convert to unsupervised after 12 months if the defendant is in good standing and the probation officer deems it appropriate. Probation can transfer to Morris County for supervision. 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 probation fee of $60, and a booking fee of $45. The court ordered the defendant shall be allowed to complete community service work at $7 an hour to work off court-appointed-attorney fees as determined by the court. The court ordered the defendant to complete 30 hours of community service work. The court further ordered the defendant to obey all federal, state and city laws and ordinances.

April 21, Kenneth Newell journal entry of judgment for two counts of aggravated indecent liberties with a child. The defendant was sentenced to 117 months with the Kansas Department of Corrections for Count 1 and 60 months for Count 2. The defendant is to submit a DNA specimen and was informed of his duty to register as a sex offender. The defendant will be monitored electronically for his lifetime. The defendant is to pay $193 court costs, $200 DNA database fee, $100 BIDS application fee, and $45 booking fee.

Domestic

David Paul Schneider vs. Jennifer Jo Schneider, motion hearing at 1:15 p.m. Aug. 12.

April 8, Temperance Leona Scott vs. James D. Scott, petition for divorce.

April 13, Justin Lynn Jensen vs. Jennifer Kay Jensen, petition for divorce. Status hearing at 1:15 p.m. July 6.

April 22, Elizabeth Louise D?Albini vs. Daniel Carl D?Albini, journal entry of modification of child support. Child support obligation was modified from $1,008 per month to $879 per month, by income withholding order, effective May 1, 2015.

April 22, Department for Chil?dren and Families, petitioner vs. Kara N. Klassen, respondent, judgment for support. The Department for Children and Families was granted $3,200 for support provided to the respondent?s children between April 2013 and March 2015. An income-withholding order was ordered in the amounts of $194 per month current support and $26 per month past due support.

April 22, Department for Chil?dren and Families, petition vs. Candy L. Holt, respondent, judgment for support. The Department for Children and Families was granted judgment against the respondent in the amount of $800 to reimburse it for support provided to the respondent?s children between December 2014 and March 2015. An income-withholding order was ordered for $282 per month current support and $18 per month past-due support.

Probate

April 17, in the matter of the estate of Edward J. Costello, et al., petition for determination of descent. Hearing at 9:30 a.m. May 18.

April 22, in the matter of the estate of Rex L. Siebert, journal entry granting informal administration and admitting will to probate.

Small claims

March 23, Tasha Hatton vs. Sheena Gann, et al., (Brenda Dalton), return of property.

Traffic

Nov. 7, 2014, Breann Marie Pruett, speed, $240 fines and fees.

Nov. 7, 2014, Breann Marie Pruett, liability insurance required, $300 fines and fees.

March 7, Monalisa Kan Khim, speed, $258 fines and fees.

April 19, Michael W. Marfise, failure to yield to emergency vehicle, $303 fines and fees.