Jason Anderson, second appearance, 9:45 a.m. Sept. 8.
John Peter Abraham Bozman, arraignment, 10 a.m. Sept. 21.
Mickey Lee Brubaker, arraignment, 10:15 a.m. Sept. 8.
Joshua M. Caldwell, second appearance, 9:45 a.m. Sept. 8.
Ronnie Carpenter, plea hearing, 10 a.m. Sept. 21.
Christopher Dale Carr, preliminary hearing, 1:15 p.m. Oct. 8.
Gage Claassen, arraignment, 1:15 p.m. Sept. 16.
Dylan J. Cochran preliminary hearing, 10 a.m. Oct. 7.
Leslie W. Coker, hearing, 8 a.m. Oct. 21.
Aris Lynn Dehart, arraignment, 10 a.m. Sept. 21.
Melissa Nicole Fisher, pre-trial conference, 1:30 p.m. Sept. 28.
Florence Halstead, hearing, 8 a.m. Oct. 21.
Kimberly M. Harris, hearing, 8 a.m. Sept. 16.
Jeffrey R. Hayes, hearing, 8 a.m. Sept. 16.
Rory W. Howard, bond appearance, 9:45 a.m. Sept. 8.
Malichi Lee Hunsucker, preliminary hearing, 9 a.m. Oct. 8.
Adam Kyle Janzen, diversion status check, 1:15 p.m. Sept. 16.
Irene Knauf, preliminary hearing, 10 a.m. Sept. 2.
Joyce E. Loomis, pre-trial conference, 10 a.m. Sept. 2.
Charles W. Matthews, sentencing, 10:45 a.m. Sept. 21.
Patrick Wayne McHenry, preliminary hearing, 10 a.m. Oct. 7.
Jeff Allen Miller, preliminary hearing, 1 p.m. Oct. 9.
David D. Orcutt, motion hearing at 2:30 p.m. Oct. 13; preliminary hearing, 10 a.m. Nov. 18.
Michael W. Pearson, first appearance, 9:45 a.m. Sept. 8.
Chrishelle Phillips, hearing, 8 a.m. Oct. 21.
Andrew Schaefer, pre-trial conference, sentencing, and arraignment, 10:30 a.m. Sept. 21.
Christopher Schafer, sentencing, 10 a.m. Sept. 16.
Gerald M. Shaw, arraignment, 10 a.m. Sept. 21.
Melissa Marie Shefke, arraignment, 10 a.m. Sept. 21.
Tanya Marie Slack, preliminary hearing, 10 a.m. Sept. 16.
Lori Ann Smith, diversion status check, 1:15 p.m.. Sept. 16.
Melissa Tajchman, arraignment, 10 a.m. Sept. 21.
Marc A. Thomas, hearing, 8 a.m. Dec. 16.
Gary Tomlinson, pre-trial conference, 10 a.m. Sept. 21.
Richard A. Turner, hearing, 8 a.m. Oct. 21.
Toni M. Vaughn, hearing, 8 a.m. Sept. 16.
Selina Jean Wills, hearing, 8 a.m. Nov. 18.
July 30, Walter H. Patterson, journal entry of state?s motion to correct illegal sentence. The court found that it may correct an illegal sentence at any time, and that the defendant, at the time of sentencing, was ordered to serve 36 months of post-release supervision. The court ordered the defendant?s sentence shall be corrected and the defendant shall be subject to lifetime post-release supervision in this matter.
July 30, Ross Seeny, diversion agreement. The defendant shall not violate any laws of the United States or any ordinance of any municipalities. The defendant shall pay a diversion fee of $125, a booking fee of $45, and court costs and surcharge of $158. All costs and fees were to be paid at the time of filing of this agreement. The defendant shall complete an ASAP evaluation and provide proof of such evaluation to the county attorney?s office within 30 days. The defendant shall abide by all recommendations of the evaluator and all recommendations shall become part of the conditions herein. This agreement shall terminate within six months and upon the defendant?s successful completion of the terms and conditions set out in this diversion agreement. Failure to do so will result in the Marion County attorney setting the matter for bench trial.
Aug. 6, Bradford A. Cody Jr., probation order. The defendant was sentenced to a controlling term of 20 months with the secretary of Corrections and was placed on supervised probation with Community Corrections for 12 months. The defendant is to follow all rules of his supervising officer and complete 40 hours of community service work. 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 Corrections officer or any law enforcement officer. The defendant was ordered to set up a payment plan for his costs in this matter and 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 costs associated with registration. The defendant was ordered to obtain a drug and alcohol evaluation at his own expense and follow all recommendations of said evaluation at his own expense. 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 sere 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 lab fee $200; booking fee $45; attorney fees were waived; KBI fee $400.
Aug. 17, Anthony Aaron Magee, journal entry of probation. A two-day sanction was ordered for violation of probation.
Aug. 17, Tabetha Kay Smith, journal entry of arraignment. The court revoked the defendant?s probation for violation and reinstated probation for six months with Court Services, subject to all original standard terms and conditions. The court ordered there shall be no restitution at this time. The court ordered the defendant to pay any additional court-appointed-attorney fees as determined by the court.
Aug. 20, Angela E. Vogelman, order of dismissal.
Aug. 20, Chad Dewane Vanval?kenburg, journal entry of conviction and sentencing. The court found the defendant guilty of one count of possession of a hallucinogenic drug, marijuana, and one count of possession of drug paraphernalia. The court dismissed all remaining counts of the information filed, with prejudice pursuant to plea. The court sentenced the defendant to a controlling sentence of 30 days in the custody of the Marion County sheriff for Count 2 and a controlling sentence of 15 days in the custody of the Marion County sheriff for Count 3, to be consecutive to each other. The court placed the defendant on immediate supervised probation with Court Services for 12 months. Said probation can become unsupervised for six months if the probation officer deems it appropriate. Said probation is subject to all standard terms and conditions and the following special terms: the court ordered the probation officer is empowered to order the defendant to complete a drug/alcohol evaluation, if deemed 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 defendant to pay court costs and surcharge of $158, a probation fee of $60 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.
Aug. 20, Amber Williams, order of dismissal.
Christopher Brewer, petitioner vs. Kelsie A. Olson, respondent, hearing at 8 a.m. Sept. 16.
Bonnie Kay Shaw vs. Gerald Michael Shaw, hearing at 8 a.m. Oct. 21.
Sarah Angelique Wege vs. Robert Allen Wege, hearing at 8 a.m. Oct. 21.
Joseph W. Hutchinson Jr., et al., petitioner vs. Shelby J. Downing, respondent, hearing at 8 a.m. Oct. 21.
Aug. 11, Martin S. Vinduska vs. Melia A. Vinduska, order to modify income withholding order to $265 per month.
Aug. 11, Samuel Perlman petitioner vs. Jessy Thouvenell, respondent, protection from stalking. Hearing at 2 p.m. Aug. 26.
Aug. 18: In the matter of the estate of Lee Bernhardt, decree of descent.
Aug. 18: In the matter of the estate of Kenneth K. Klein, decree of descent.
June 26, State of Kansas vs. Jordan Michael Bryan, notice of pending forfeiture.
July 24, Board of County Commissioners of Marion County, Kansas vs. Patricia H. Wedel, journal entry of dismissal of defendants who redeemed certain parcels.
Kathy A. Matkins vs. Trevor Troutt, et al., (Leann Pankratz), show cause hearing, 1 p.m. Sept. 2.
Feb. 25, George M. Gore Jr., motor carrier safety rules and regulations, $223 fines and fees.
May 24, Eleetra Louise Meier?hoff, speed, $249 fines and fees.
June 27, Robert Ernest Oller, speed, $171 fines and fees.
June 30, Madison Rose James, speed, $207 fines and fees.
July 4, Daniel Madgwick, speed, $195 fines and fees.
July 4, Ryan Nystrom, speed, $153 fines and fees.
July 4, Jane M. Valentine, speed, $153 fines and fees.
July 7, Sarai-Peraza E. Fuentes, speed, $155 fines and fees.
July 8, Ashish Girdhart Lal, speed, $207 fines and fees.
July 11, Drake Lane Stewart, speed, $153 fines and fees.
July 18, Paul Norvin Plums, speed, $153 fines and fees.
July 24, Robert Joseph Omeara, speed, $213 fines and fees.
Aug. 10, Jesus David Jaquez, failure to yield at stop or yield sign, $183 fines and fees.
MARION CO. REGISTER OF DEEDS
Aug. 14, Rodney Suderman to Marion County, HD, part NW4 4-21-3.
Aug. 17, Earl A. Hancock, husband, and Tina M. Hancock, wife, to Bhavnabhi, LLC, WD, Lots 1-4, Block 2, REH-Kline Addition, Marion.
Aug. 18, Brad A. Richards, husband, and Stephanie Richards, wife, to Timothy M. Schellenberg, husband, and Jill S. Schellenberg, wife, WD, Lot 5, Block 7, Riesen?s Addition, Hillsboro.
Aug. 18, Rhonda Diehl, wife, and Gavin Diehl, husband, to Jennifer Axelrad, QCD, lots 1 and 2, Block 3, Meehan?s Addition, Tampa.
Aug. 19, Eugene W. Christensen, husband, and Margie L. Christensen, wife, to Timothy E. Christensen, Ann M. Clark, Jay W. Christensen and Amy R. Harshman, TODWD, N20? E80? Lot 2, all Lot 3, S2 Lot 4, Block 2, Billings and Bowers Addition, Marion.
Aug. 19, Marlene M. Finney to Gary D. Hill, husband, and Victoria R. Hill, wife, WD, part SW4 10-20-4 (Lot 14, Lakeview Addition, Marion County Park and Lake).
Aug. 19, Robby Sones, husband, and Katrina Sones, wife, to Bob Echola, husband, and Heather Echola, wife, WD, lots 8-11, Block 1, Kimball?s Addition, Florence.
Aug. 20, Ralph E. and Luella R. Popp Joint Revocable Living Trust to John E. Popp, trustee, and Joanne P. Loewen, trustee, TRD, part NE4 and part SE4 31-19-4; part NE4 and part W2 SW4 32-19-4; part S2 W4 5-20-4; part NE4 6-20-4.
Aug. 20, Danny Baker to City of Marion, QCD, S125? lots 1-6 Block 1, E N Eby?s Addition, Marion.
Aug. 10, Annette R. Kline, also known as Annette Baker, to City of Marion, QCD, S125? Lots 1-6 Block 1, E N Eby?s Addition, Marion.
Aug. 20, Archie L. Stenzel, husband, and Maryellyn Stenzel, wife, to Archie L. Stenzel, trustee, and Maryellyn Stenzel, trustee, WD, NE4 6-21-4 with exception.
Aug. 20, Vida D. Bartel to Ron?nda Bartel, TODWD, S2 Lot 10, all lots 11 and 12, Block 4, Kliewer?s Addition, Hillsboro; W2 NE4 11-19-1; S2 SW4 12-19-1.
Aug. 20, Andrew Sensenig, husband, and Erica Sensenig, wife, to Mark Richards, WD, E2 lots 13-15, Block 6; lots 1-4 and 17-18, Block 7, all in the city of Canada, and part of vacated street.
MARION COUNTY SHERIFF
Jail roster, Aug. 14-21
Shane Mascareno, 45, Hering?ton, court commit.
Trevor Fugitt, 21, Hillsboro, rape, aggravated endangerment of a child.
Gary Tomlinson, 42, indirect contempt.
Patrick McHenry, 22, Tahlequah, Okla., kidnapping, aggravated child endangerment, transport open container, driving while suspended, possession of paraphernalia.
Duane Taylor, 49, Augusta, criminal damage to property.
Andrew Schaefer, 21, Lincoln?ville, probation violation, violation of protection from stalking order.
John Bozeman, 19, Florence, domestic battery.
Brian Hiebert, 19, Burns, aggravated burglary, deprivation of property, probation violation.
Richard Pope, 31, Newton, court commit.
Nancy Garcia, 41, Florence, probation violation.
Nehemiah Violett, 24, Wichita, failure to appear on Peabody Mun?i?cipal warrants.
Alice Crawford, 21, Hillsboro, furnishing alcohol to minor.
Denin Likes, 18, Hillsboro, minor in consumption.
Jon Davis, 42, Salina, court commit.
Kenneth Jones III, Kansas City, Mo., failure to appear on Salina municipal warrant.
Matthew Bryant, 33, Marion, offender registration violation, McPherson County warrant.
Michael Richmond, 53, Marion, court commit.
Mark Nixon, 20, Valley Center, possession of marijuana.
At 3:56 p.m. Aug. 1, Randall Dean Kahns, 59, Lincolnville, was driving a 2013 Jeep Wrangler eastbound on Kansas Highway 256. He ran the stop sign, then stopped on the east side of the intersection, made a hard left turn, hit and knocked off a stop sign on 190th at U.S. Highway 77 on the east side of the intersection, then left the scene. It was determined that alcohol was a contributing factor to the driver?s behavior. Deputy Bronson Shipman investigated.
At 6:17 a.m. Aug. 2, Whitney Dawn Christensen, 20, Marion, was driving a 2013 Chevrolet Malibu westbound on 190th when she struck a deer that came from the south ditch about ? mile from Nighthawk. Deputy Bronson Shipman investigated.
At 2:10 p.m. Aug. 2, Dwayne A. Stika, 42, Marion, was slowing his 2011 Kawasaki motorcycle to a stop on Nighthawk just south of 190th. The throttle cable broke, sending the motorcycle out of control. The motorcycle went on its side and slid with the driver still on the seat. Deputy M.E. Ottensmeier investigated.
At 9:10 p.m. Aug. 2, Janice D. Davidson, 57, Hillsboro, was driving a 2005 GMC Yukon eastbound on U.S. Highway 56 at milepost 284 when she hit and killed a deer that ran into the path of the vehicle. Deputy M.E. Ottensmeier investigated.
At 12:14 Aug. 3, Clinton Joseph Kroupa, 19, Lincolnville, was driving a 2010 Dodge R35 eastbound on 260th when he struck a cow that came from the north ditch 0.6 of a mile east of Remington. Deputy Bronson Shipman investigated.
At 1:50 p.m. Aug. 8, Josette M. Dennis, 42, Greeley, Colo., was driving a 2003 Chevrolet Monte Carlo north on U.S. Highway 77 when her vehicle left the road to the right, slid sideways across the highway, then rolled four times before coming to rest. The driver was transported by LifeTeam to St. Francis Hospital in Wichita. Deputy Derek L. Fetrow investigated.
At 11:45 p.m. Aug. 8, Kevin Kroupa, 42, Marion, was backing a 2011 Mitsubishi Outlander from Campsite 91, with passenger Kim?berly Lynn Kroupa. The vehicle hit a site marker post with the left rear corner. There was no damage to the post. Deputy Lyle Gillett investigated.
At 8:40 p.m. Aug. 10, Victoria Lynn Boyd, 16, Marion, was driving a 2001 Ford Taurus westbound on U.S. Highway 56 at milepost 295. The vehicle drifted off the north shoulder of the highway, the driver lost control of the vehicle and it crossed the center median and came to rest in the south ditch. Deputy M.E. Ottensmeier investigated.
At 12:02 a.m. Aug. 10, Jesus David Jaquez, 34, Oklahoma City, Okla., was driving a 2012 Dodge R35 westbound on 330th. He did not see the stop sign and slid through the intersection with Kansas Highway 15 in front of a southbound 2004 Toyota Camry driven by Peggy Sue Ziser, 72, Manhattan. The second vehicle struck the trailer of the first vehicle. The driver of the Camry was transported by Tampa Emergency Medi?cal Services, to Hillsboro Community Hospital. Undersheriff David V. Huntley investigated.
At 12:15 a.m. Aug. 17, Nicholas Craig Brandt, 25, Wichita, was driving a 2004 Chevrolet Impala southbound on Kansas Highway 15 at milepost 138. A deer ran into the path of the vehicle and was hit and killed. Deputy M.E. Ottensmeier investigated.
At 2:12 p.m. Aug. 17, Curtis Kent Gillespie, 34, Lyons, was driving a 2002 International 9200 DS north on Goldenrod when the vehicle left the roadway. The driver attempted to get the vehicle back on the road, but over-corrected and laid the vehicle on the passenger side. Deputy Travis Wilson investigated.
Sometime between 8 a.m. Aug. 8 and 8:22 a.m. Aug. 15, a building on 150th, Hillsboro, was forcibly broken into and the following items were removed without permission of the owner: Campbell-Hossfield 2h air compressor valued at $350; a Lincoln AC/DC arc welder valued at $500; and a Craftsman Sawzall valued at $150.
HILLSBORO POLICE DEPT.
Daily log Aug. 17-23
Aug. 17: Investigated parking complaint. Dog at large; call twice. Assisted Marion County sheriff?s office with traffic accident. Removed debris from roadway. Traffic enforcement, equipment violation and speeding. Assisted Hillsboro Fire Department with alarm at Tabor College.
Aug. 18: Suspicious activity reported in the 200 block of South Birch. Traffic enforcement?equipment violation. Investigated open door after hours at downtown business.
Aug. 19: Safety meeting. Investigated parking complaint in the 200 block of South Birch. Recovered and returned vehicle tag. Traffic enforcement?equipment violation.
Aug. 20: Patrolled school zones. Shoplifting investigation at Dollar General. Stolen vehicle tag report. Investigated truck on fire on U.S. Highway 56. Assisted with civil property dispute.
Aug. 21: Patrolled school zones. J-turn patrol in downtown area. Civil standby in the 300 block of North Madison. Traffic enforcement, equipment violation. Took juvenile into protective custody. Assisted Marion County sheriff?s office with traffic complaint.
Aug. 22: Stolen bicycle investigation. Traffic enforcement, driving without headlights.
Aug. 23: Dog at large complaint. Investigated criminal damage to property in the 700 block of South Ash Street.