Public records, April 8, 2015

DISTRICT COURT

Criminal

Cody Dale Allmond, arraignment, 10 a.m. May 4.

Melinda Dougherty, status hearing. 1 p.m. April 15.

Melinda Dougherty, arraignment, 10 a.m. May 4.

Kendra J. Henry, preliminary hearing, 10 a.m. May 6.

Jack R. Hill, preliminary hearing, 10 a.m. May 6.

Malichi Lee Hunsucker, status hearing, 10 a.m. May 4.

Christopher D. Janzen, preliminary hearing, 1:15 p.m. June 10.

Charles W. Matthews, arraignment, 10 a.m. May 4.

Brent A. McInnis, preliminary hearing, 10 a.m. May 6.

Jessica Lauren Pankratz, preliminary hearing, 1:30 p.m. May 6.

Michael E. Richmond, plea hearing, 10 a.m. May 12.

Christopher Schafer, status hearing, 10 a.m. May 20.

Jessy Dean Thouvenell, arraignment, 11 a.m. April 20.

Gordon Mitchell Walker, diversion status check, 1:15 p.m. April 15.

James Andrew Woods Sr., arraignment, 10 a.m. May 4.

March 31, Ethan Wayne Campbell, journal entry of judgment. The defendant was sentenced to a controlling term of nine months with the secretary of corrections and placed on supervised probation with Community Corrections for 12 months. Probation may transfer to Harvey County if the defendant is in good standing with his Community Corrections officer in Marion County. The defendant is to follow all rules of his supervising officer. The defendant was ordered to not enter any establishment whose primary source of income is from alcohol. The defendant was further ordered to submit to random blood, breath or urine testing upon the request of his Community Correc?tions 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 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 federal firearms restrictions. The defendant must pay the following amounts: court costs $193, probation fee $120, DNA fee $200, attorney fees $600, BIDS fee $100, booking fee $45.

April 1, Amber Jackson, journal entry of conviction and sentencing. The court sentenced the defendant to a controlling sentence of five days in the custody of the Marion County sheriff for one count of disorderly conduct and placed the defendant on immediate unsupervised probation for six months. Said probation is subject to all standard terms and conditions and the following special terms: the defendant shall meet one time with the Court Services officer to set up a payment plan. The defendant shall be allowed contact with Mickey Bru?baker. 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 court ordered the defendant to pay court costs and surcharge of $158, a booking fee of $45 and court-appointed-attorney fees of $200. The court ordered the defendant shall be allowed to work off fees at $7 per hour. Further, the defendant agreed to apply the cash bond of $100 toward fees owed in this matter. The court further ordered the defendant to obey all federal, state and city laws and ordinances.

April 1, Brandon Allan Farrar, journal entry of sentencing for one count of misdemeanor theft. The court sentenced the defendant to a controlling sentence of 90 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, concurrent. 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, 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 be allowed to work off the court appointed attorney fees by completing community service work at $7 per hour. The state requested the court to hold this matter open for 30 days to determine restitution in this matter. 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 the request of a Court Services officer, or law enforcement officer. The court ordered the defendant to obey all federal, state and city laws and ordinances.

April 1, Sherri Ann Krug, journal entry of sentencing for one count of driving under the influence. The court sentences the defendant to a controlling sentence of six months in the custody of the Marion County sheriff. The court ordered the defendant to serve 48 hours in the custody of the Marion County sheriff prior to being placed on supervised probation. Upon the defendant?s release from custody, the court placed the defendant on supervised probation with Court Services for 12 months, subject to all standard terms and conditions, and the following special conditions: the defendant was ordered to pay court costs and surcharge of $158, a booking fee of $45, a probation fee of $60, a fine of $750 of which $250 shall go the Community Corrections fund, and court-appointed-attorney fees as determined by the court. The court ordered the defendant shall be allowed to work off the fine of $750 and 50 percent of the court-appointed-attorney fees with community service work at $7 per hour. 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. 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 was ordered to not enter any establishment whose primary source of income is from the sale of alcohol. The defendant was ordered to successfully complete alcohol information school and be responsible for all costs. The defendant was ordered to follow all recommendations of the alcohol/drug evaluation at her own expense. The defendant shall not drive without a valid driver?s license and properly tagged and insured vehicle. The court ordered the defendant to obey all federal, state and city laws and ordinances.

April 1, Mari Rose Belifuss, journal entry of sentencing. The court sentenced the defendant to a controlling sentence of 30 days in the custody of the Marion County sheriff for one count of criminal trespass, to be consecutive to her other Marion County case. The court placed the defendant on supervised probation with Court Services for 12 months, concurrent, subject to all standard terms and conditions and the following special conditions: the court ordered the defendant?s supervised probation can be transferred to Harvey County for supervision. 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 to serve 48 hours in the county jail for every positive drug/alcohol test, refusal to submit, or admission of usage. Should the defendant deny usage the specimen require positive laboratory confirmation, she may be made to serve an additional 48 hours in jail for failing to be truthful with the supervising officer. 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 defendant was ordered to not enter any establishment whose primary source of income is from the sale of alcohol. The defendant was ordered to follow all conditions of the Court Services program. The court ordered the defendant shall be allowed to complete community service work at $7 per hour toward 50 percent of the court-appointed-attorney fees. The defendant was ordered to obey all local, state and federal firearms restrictions. The court ordered the defendant to obey all federal, state and city laws and ordinances.

April 1, Mari Rose Belifuss, journal entry of sentencing. The court sentenced the defendant to a controlling sentence of six months in the custody of the Marion County sheriff for one count of battery on a law enforcement officer, to be consecutive to her other Marion County case. The court placed the defendant on immediate supervised probation for one year with Court Services, to be concurrent, and subject to all standard terms and conditions and the following special conditions: the defendant shall serve 48 hours in the county jail for every positive drug/alcohol test, refusal to submit, or admission of usage. The court ordered the defendant to complete treatment program and provide proof of completion of treatment and proof of drug/alcohol evaluation to the Court Services officer. The court ordered the defendant?s supervised probation can be transferred to Harvey County for supervision. The defendant was ordered to not enter any establishment whose primary source of income is from the sale of alcohol. The defendant was ordered to follow all conditions of the Court Services program. The defendant was ordered to obey all local, state and federal firearms restrictions. The defendant was ordered 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 be allowed to complete community service work at $7 per hour toward 50 percent of the court-appointed-attorney fees. The court ordered the defendant to obey all federal, state and city laws and ordinances.

April 1, Christopher Andrew Schwartz, 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 transportation of liquor in an open container and sentenced the defendant to a controlling sentence of six months in the custody of the Marion County sheriff for the first count and a controlling sentence of 30 days for the second count, to be consecutive to each other. The court placed the defendant on immediate supervised probation with Court Services 12 months. Said probation is subject to all standard terms and conditions, and the following special terms: 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 defendant was ordered to maintain employment. The defen?dant shall complete a drug/alcohol evaluation and provide proof of such evaluation to the county attorney?s office within 30 days. The defendant shall abide by any and all recommendations of the evaluator and all recommendations shall become part of the conditions herein. The court ordered the defendant to pay court costs and surcharge of $158, a probation fee of $60, 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 1, Brett A. Rohloff, 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 six months in the custody of the Marion County sheriff for Count 1 and a controlling sentence of six months for Count 2 in the custody of the Marion County sheriff, to be consecutive to each other. The court placed the defendant on immediate supervised probation with Court Service for 18 months,12 months shall be supervised and six months shall be unsupervised. Said probation is subject to all standard terms and conditions and the following special terms: the defendant was ordered to complete a drug/alcohol evaluation and follow all recommendations, at his own expense. 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. Should the defendant deny usage the specimen require positive laboratory confirmation, she may be made to serve an additional 48 hours in jail for failing to be truthful with the supervising officer. The defendant was ordered to complete 30 hours of community service work. The defendant shall have no contact with co-defendants Brandon Laizure and Nolan Litke. The defendant shall not enter any establishment whose primary source of income is from alcohol. The defendant shall follow all conditions of the Court Services program. The court ordered the defendant to pay court costs and surcharge of $158, a BIDS fee of $100, 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 can work with his father to cook at the bar in Morris County/Council Grove. The defendant shall only be allowed to work at this business. 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 1, Berretta Janzen, journal entry of conviction and sentencing. The court found the defendant guilty of one count of possession of drug paraphernalia and sentenced the defendant to a controlling sentence of 30 days in the custody of the Marion County sheriff. The court placed the defendant on immediate supervised probation with Court Services for 12 months to be concurrent to other Marion County cases. Said probation is subject to all standard terms and conditions and the following special terms: the court ordered the supervised probation can convert to unsupervised after six months if the Court Services officer deems it appropriate. 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 court ordered the probation officer can request the defendant complete a drug/alcohol evaluation and follow all recommendations, at own expense. The court ordered the defendant to continue in treatment. The court ordered the defendant to pay court costs and surcharge of $158, a probation fee of $60, a booking fee of $45 and court-appointed-attorney fees as determined by the court. The court ordered the defendant can complete community service work at $7 per hour toward court-appointed-attorney fees in this matter. The court further ordered the defendant to obey all federal, state and city laws and ordinances.

Domestic

David Paul Schneider vs. Jennifer Jo Schneider, motion hearing at 1:15 p.m. April 20.

Katelyn Renea Croft, petitioner vs. Lucas D. Hoskinson, respondent, status hearing at 2 p.m. May 4.

John E. Smith vs. Echo L. Smith, motion hearing at 1 p.m. May 6.

March 25, Aaron Douglas Unruh vs. Emily Unruh, petition for divorce.

March 30, Michael T. Loomis, petitioner vs. Joyce E. Loomis, respondent, protection from abuse. Hearing at 1:45 p.m. April 8.

April 2, Secretary, Department for Children and Families vs. Cody Larson-Yates, petition to determine paternity.

Probate

March 30, in the matter of the estate of Ricky Dean Becker, order of final settlement.

April 1, in the matter of Joyce Hamburger, judgment was entered for attorney fees. The matter was closed.

Civil

March 20, Discover Bank vs. Carroll Perry, petition on a credit card.

Small claims

Marion County Emergency Medial Services vs. Stephen Thomp?son, dismissal hearing at 1 p.m. May 6.

Marion County Emergency Medical Services vs. Karen Margaret Billett, dismissal hearing at 1 p.m. May 6.

April 1, Auto House Towing, et al., vs. Shelly Cain, journal entry of default judgment against defendant in the amount of $3,866.50.

Traffic

Oct. 31, Dennis Bradley Barr, unsafe turning or stopping; failure to give proper signal.

Dec. 27, Jared Daniel Wal?ton, speed, $153 fines and fees.

Jan. 3, Deana L. Cannon, speed, $189 fines and fees.

Jan. 4, Anthony H. Spigner Jr., speed, $165 fines and fees.

Jan. 6, Brett Allen Hemphill, speed, $153 fines and fees.

Jan. 23, William Jameel McCoy III, improper crossover on divided highway, $153 fines and fees.

Jan. 28, Jeremy R. Stone, following another vehicle too closely, $183 fines and fees.

March 12, Amanda Winegard, speed, $222 fines and fees.

April 1, Sandra C. Rawald, failure to wear seat belt, $10 fines and fees.

MARION CO. REGISTER OF DEEDS

March 27, Shelby L. Dirks, husband, and Melissa A. Dirks to Clark Dirks and Kimberly Dirks, WD, part E2 E2 NE4 9-21-2.

March 27, James H. Kroenlein and Donna L. Kroenlein to John W. Kroenlein, WD, Lot 9, W2 Lot 10, Summerhaven Addition adjacent to Marion County Park & Lake.

March 27, John W. Kroenlein to Jon Funk and Mary Funk, TODWD, Lot 9, W2 Lot 10, Summerhaven Addition adjacent to Marion County Park & Lake.

March 27, Audrey A. McLinden to Ann F. McLinden, Amanda J. Gardner and Toni M. Weaks, TODWD, S2 Lot 2, all Lot 3, Block 27, Southern Addition, Marion.

March 30, Patrick J. Schneweis to Robert R. Gill, husband, and Glenda R. Gill, wife, WD, lots 4-6, Block 33, Southern Addition, Marion.

March 30, Rhonda S. Curry, wife, and Mark Curry, husband, to Theron Nienstedt, husband, and Alicia Nienstedt, wife, WD, part SE4 NW4 5-20-4.

March 30, Adeline S. Bernhardt to The Adeline S. Bernhardt Revoc?able Living Trust, lots 12-14, Block 5, Tampa.

March 30, Eveleo Thomas New?ton to Christopher J. Schafers, WD, Lot 7, S2 Lot 8, Block 34, Southern Addition, Marion.

March 30, Concrete Products Inc. to Builder?s Concrete & Supply Inc., WD, Tract 1: lots 9-16, Block 11, Southern Addition, Marion; Tract 2: lots 5-12, Block 5, County Clerk?s 6th Hillsboro Plat, Hillsboro; Tract 3: Lot 5, Block 6, County Clerk?s 6th Hills?boro Plat, Hillsboro; Tract 4: Lot 15 and E2 of Lot 16, Block 1, Hill?s First Addition, Hillsboro.

March 31, Lloyd E. & Gemma Davies Revocable Family Trust to James L. and Kaye M. Darrow revocable Family Trust, QCD, part SW4 NW4 10-20-4.

March 31, Jason Ryan Burke to Kelli Jo Burke, Tommy Lee Swenson, and Debora Swenson, QCD, lots 1-3, Block 43, North Peabody Addition, Peabody.

March 31. Jerry A. Rader, husband, and Eileen Rader, wife, to Wendell D. Cook, husband, and Patricia A. Cook, wife, QCD, lots 1-3, Block 6, Durham.

April 1, Sheriff of Marion Coun?ty to Tampa State Bank, SHERIF, lots 1 and 2 except E80? thereof, Block 3, Billings & Bowers Addition, Marion.

April 1, Robert G. Hein to Todd M. Hein, husband, and Jayleen Hein, wife, WD, NW4 SW4 18-18-3.

April 1, Carol Sue Gard Schoen?feld, wife, and Larry Schoenfeld, husband, to Jon F. Gard, husband, and Carolyn Gard, wife, WD, part SW4 33-21-3.

April 1, Justin D. Claassen, husband, and Jessica Claassen, wife, to Cassandra L. McPhail, WD, lots 90, 92 and 94, Block 4, Billings & Bowers Addition, Marion.

April 1, Christopher J. Schafers to Mary M. Raleigh, QCD, W2 Lot 11, all Lot 12, except W35? Lot 12, Block 1, REH-Kline Addition, Marion, and S2 vacated alley adjoining.

April 2, Diann F. Cline, wife, and Marvin Cecil Cline, husband, and Gerald J. Wiens, husband, and Jan C. Wiens, wife, to Denise F. Hett, wife, and Stanley R. Hett, husband, and Gerald J. Wiens, husband, and Jan C. Wiens, wife, WD, N20? Lot 9, all Lots 10 and 11, Block 34, South?ern Addition, Marion.

April 2, Velma R. Martin to Damien E. Svitak, WD, part NE4 24-18-3.

April 2, GP Farms, LLC, to Don?ald Nagely, husband, and Joetta Nagely, wife, WD, S2 NE4 12-17-1.

April 2, Lynn J. Davis, husband, and Linda M. Davis, wife, to Jason R. Reinhardt, husband, and Abigail E. Reinhardt, wife, WD, SE4 SE4 30-21-2.

Marriage licenses

Lacie May, Colorado Springs, Colo.; Brandon Grantham, Colorado Springs, Colo.

MARION COUNTY SHERIFF

Jail roster, March 27 to April 3

Chris Lieder, 25, Wichita, probation violation.

Shane Mascareno, 45, Hering?ton, court commit.

Ashley Kelly, 24, Dodge City, rape, sodomy, exploitation of a child.

Malachi Hunsucker, 18, Newton, rape.

Eric Williams, 27, Florence, probation violation.

Melinda Dougherty, 26, Flo?r?ence, bond revocation.

Daniel Kyle, 52, Florence, probation violation.

Mitchell Simmons, 24, Watauga, Texas, felony Texas warrant.

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.

New arrests

Bree Fryman, 18, Marion, court commit.

Patrick Bernhardt, 46, Marion, driving under the influence.

Franklin Shope, 59, Herington, driving under the influence, transporting an open container.

Nicholas Lopez, 25, Marion, failure to appear, Pottawatomie County warrants.

Sherri Krug, 55, Marion, court commit.

Charles Matthews, 33, Marion, hold for court.

Kimberly Frye, 22, Marion, domestic battery.

Jeffrey Miller, 38, Marion, aggravated indecent liberties with a child, indecent solicitation of a child, furnishing alcohol to a minor, breach of privacy.

Cyle Wilson, 21, Marion, interference with law enforcement officer.

Accidents

At 9:03 p.m. March 22, Janice F. Meliza, 62, Marion, was driving a 2007 Chevrolet Colorado north on Nighthawk when a deer came out of the east ditch. The driver could not avoid striking the deer. Deputy Travis Wilson investigated.

At 1:24 a.m. April 1, Jacob Paul Bickle, 20, Hays, was driving a 2011 Chevrolet Express eastbound on U.S. Highway 56 at milepost 288. A deer was hit and killed when it ran into the path of the vehicle. Deputy M. E. Ottensmeier investigated.

At 5:58 p.m. April 1, Ronald K. Schroeder, 54, Goessel, was driving a 2005 Chrysler Pacifica north on Buller Street in Goessel. Shelbi Suzanne Stultz, 16, Hillsboro, was driving a 2002 Oldsmobile Alero westbound on Commercial Street. Schroeder did not see the approaching vehicle and hit it in the intersection. Cole Mitchell, 15, was a passenger in the second vehicle and was taken by Peabody Ambulance to Newton Medical Center. Deputy Bronson Shipman investigated.

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