Public records, Feb. 11, 2014

DISTRICT COURT

Criminal

Robert Scott Ayers, bond appearance, 9:45 a.m Feb. 23.

Kyle Fistler, motion hearing, 10 a.m. Feb. 11.

Erminio M. Guerrero Jr., first appearance, 9:45 a.m. Feb. 11.

Jennifer Lynn Humphrey, first appearance, 9:45 a.m. Feb. 23.

Ashley Marie Kelly, preliminary hearing, 10 a.m. March 4.

Clinton Kidd, status hearing, 10 a.m. March 23.

Sherri Ann Krug, sentencing, 11 a.m. March 11.

Ryan William Lexow, arraignment, 10 a.m. March 11.

Kevin M. Linscheid, first appearance, 9:45 a.m. March 11.

Nolan Ty Litke, arraignment, 10 a.m. March 11.

Richard Todd Litton, arraignment, 10 a.m. March 11.

Christopher J. McIntyre, preliminary hearing, 10 a.m. March 4.

Michael E. Richmond, preliminary hearing, 10 a.m March 4.

Jerry Wayne Stegall, plea hearing, 10:45 a.m Feb. 23.

Jessy Dean Thouvenell, preliminary hearing and status hearing, 10 a.m. March 4.

Angela E. Vogelman, first appearance, 9:45 a.m. Feb. 10.

Eric J. Williams, status hearing, 10 a.m. March 10.

Feb. 2, Jean Luc Taylor, Kansas Sentencing Guidelines journal entry of probation-violation hearing. The defendant?s probation was revoked and the defendant was ordered to serve a modified sentence of six months with the Department of Corrections.

Feb. 2, Andrea D. Hendricks, Kansas Sentencing Guidelines journal entry of judgment, probation order. The defendant was sentenced to a controlling term of 15 months with the secretary of corrections and placed on supervised probation with Community Corrections for 12 months. The defendant is to set up a payment plan. The defendant is to follow all rules of her supervising officer. The defendant is to complete 40 hours of community service work. The defendant is 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 her Court Services officer or any law enforcement officer. The defendant was ordered to maintain employment and work at least 20 hours a week. The defendant is 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. The defendant is to obtain a drug and alcohol evaluation at her own expense and follow all recommendations of said evaluation, also at her 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, she may be made to serve an additional 48 hours in jail for refusing 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; KBI lab fee $400; DNA fee $200; BIDS fee $100; $600 attorney fees were waived by the court; booking fee $45.

Feb. 2, Douglas Edward Gable, Kansas Sentencing Guidelines journal entry of judgment, probation order for one count of attempted felony theft. The defendant was sentenced to a controlling term of 11 months with the secretary of corrections, and placed on supervised probation with Community Corrections for 12 months. Probation may be transferred to another county if defendant is in good standing. The defendant is to follow all rules of his supervising officer. The defendant is to have no contact whatsoever with the victim in this matter, Brian Hatterman, and his co-defendant, John Kasper. 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 not possess or consume alcohol or illegal drugs. The defendant was ordered to notify the intensive supervision officer of changes in employment, residence and phone number. The defendant was ordered to serve 48 hours in the Marion County Jail for every positive drug/alcohol testing, 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 refusing to be truthful with the supervising officer. The defendant was ordered to submit to DNA registration and be responsible for all costs associated. 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; restitution $102.50; attorney?s fees $600; BIDS fee $100; booking fee $45.

Feb. 4, Frank James Wilson, journal entry of arraignment. The court ordered the defendant?s supervised probation shall be unsuccessfully terminated and all fees owed shall be turned over to the court trustee?s office for collection.

Feb. 4, Christopher John Luce, journal entry of sentencing. The court sentenced the defendant to a controlling sentence of six months for Count 1, assault on a law enforcement officer, in the custody of the Marion County sheriff; a controlling sentence of 12 months for Count 2, battery on a law enforcement officer; and a controlling sentence of six months for Count 3, interference with a law enforcement officer. Counts 1 and 2 shall be consecutive to each other and Count 3 shall be concurrent to Counts 1 and 2. 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 probation fee of $60, a booking fee of $45, a fine of $500 and court-appointed-attorney fees of $700. The court ordered the defendant can complete community service work at $7 per hour toward the fine in this matter. The court ordered the defendant to serve 48 hours in the county jail for every positive drug 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 refusing to be truthful with the supervising officer. The Court ordered the defendant to follow all conditions of the Court Services program. The court ordered the defendant to obey all local, state and federal firearms restrictions. The defendant was ordered to complete 20 hours of community service work. The court ordered the defendant to complete a mental health evaluation to assess the need for anger management and follow all recommendations at his own expense. The Court ordered the defendant to obey all federal, state and city laws and ordinances.

Feb. 4, Robert Scott Ayers, journal entry of conviction and sentencing. The court found the defendant guilty of one count of misdemeanor theft and sentenced the defendant to a controlling sentence of 90 days in the custody of the Marion County sheriff. The court placed the defendant on immediate supervised probation with Court Services for six 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 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, and restitution of $296.61 to Charles Ayers, Hillsboro. The court ordered the defendant to have all fees paid in full within five months. The court ordered the defendant?s probation can be supervised by community corrections and he will not be required to complete community service hours. The court ordered the defendant can complete community service work at $7 per hour toward attorney fees and booking fee. The court further ordered the defendant to obey all federal, state and city laws and ordinances.

Feb. 4, Brandon Alan Hayes, order of dismissal.

Feb. 4, Kim D. Kline, diversion agreement for one count of interference with a law enforcement officer. The defendant shall not violate any laws of the United States or of any state, or any ordinance of any municipalities. The defendant shall pay a diversion fee of $125, court costs and surcharge of $158, booking fee of $45. All costs and fees are to be paid at the time of filing. The defendant was ordered to complete 20 hours of community service work. Said work can be bought back at $7 per hour. The defendant was ordered to write a letter of apology to the Kansas Department of Transportation. The defendant was ordered to write a letter of apology to the Kansas Highway Patrol. This agreement shall terminate within six months of the date of agreement and upon defendant?s successful completion of the terms and conditions set out. Failure to do so will result in the county attorney setting the matter for bench trial.

Domestic

State of Kansas ex rel Depart?ment of Social Rehabilitation Ser?vices, petitioner vs. Lee Shipman, et al., respondent, contested hearing, 1 p.m. March 4.

David Paul Schneider vs. Jennifer Jo Schneider, motion hearing, 1:15 p.m. March 11.

Amber Williams vs. Jason R. Richmond, status hearing, 1:15 p.m. March 25.

Nicole Reid, petitioner vs. Jessy Thouvenell, respondent, protection from abuse hearing, 3 p.m. March 25.

Roy Earl Johnson, petitioner vs. Shreda L. Burkhalter Johnson, respondent, contested hearing, 3 p.m. March 25.

Feb. 4, Department for Children and Families vs. Jennifer Sutton, journal entry of support. The respondent was ordered to pay $145 per months effective Jan. 1, and continue until further order of the court. An income withholding order is in place in the amounts of $145 per month current support and $15 per months past-due support.

Civil

Tri Force Alberta Construction, Ltd. vs. Terrence Bayliss, et al., status hearing, 10 a.m. April 7.

Jan. 28, Alliance Indemnity Co. vs. Jason V. Brooks, petition for damages.

Small claims

Loney Riffel vs. Pamela Matt?hews, hearing, 1 p.m. March 4.

Feb. 4, The Lumberyard Inc. vs. Kendal Hein, journal entry of default judgment against defendant in the amount of $506.54.

Feb. 4, County Seat Decorating Center vs. Jeremy James, journal entry of default judgment against defendant in the amount of $222.23.

Traffic

Nov. 30, 2014, Autumn M. Johnson, speed, $258 fines and fees.

Dec. 22, 2014, Cassie Jo Alvarez, speed, $222 fines and fees.

Jan. 3, Mandee B. Gieber, speed, $201 fines and fees.

Jan. 17, Damin R. Allen, speed, $183 fines and fees.

Jan. 26, Mark Brian Flynn, speed, $153 fines and fees.

Marriage licenses

Kayla M. Monk, Marion; Hogan L. Lovelady, Marion.

MARION CO. REGISTER OF DEEDS

Jan. 30, Terry D. Pankratz, husband, and Kandis J. Pankratz, wife, to Terry D. Pankratz, co-trustee, and Kandis J. Pankratz, co-trustee, Lot 7, Block 2, West A Addition, Hillsboro; S45? Lot 6, Block 4, Riesen?s Addi?tion, Hillsboro; S2 SW4 25-20-1 with exception.

Jan. 30, Terry L. Soukup, husband, and Luanne Soukup, wife, to Carrie K. Soukup, TODWD, Lot 7, Bethesda Hospital Addition, Goessel; part NE4 NW4 8-21-1.

Jan. 30, Scott W. Bartel, husband, and Brenda L. Bartel, wife, to Donnivon E. Bartel, husband, Linda K. Bartel, wife, Glenn D. Bartel, husband, and Lavonne Bartel, wife, WD, S2 Ne4 20-19-2.

Jan. 30, Countryside Feed, LLC to Cooperative Grain and Supply, QCD, part NW4 36-19-2.

Feb. 2, Todd Heitschmidt, husband, and Raelene K. Heitschmidt, wife, to the Catholic Diocese of Wichita, WD, E2 N2 Lot 7, E2 Lot 8, Block 5, Billings & Bowers Addition, Marion.

Feb. 2, Patrick O. Bernhardt, husband, and Gretchen L. Bern?hardt, wife, to Bryan T. Grosse, husband, and Lindsey C. Grosse, wife, QCD, Lot 1, Block 14, Lawler & McClanahan?s Addition, Marion; Lot 17 and 18, Block 1, Lawler & McClan?ahan?s Addition, Marion, and part vacated Moulton Street.

Feb. 3, Sunrise Townhomes, LLC to Jimmy O. Powell, trustee, and Susan K. Powell, trustee, WD, part E2 SE4 32-19-4.

Feb. 4, sheriff of Marion County to secretary of Veterans Affairs, lots 3-6, Block 17, Southern Addition, Marion.

Feb. 4, Michael Beneke and Cynthia Beneke to Frederick Hayes, QCD, S2 Lot 7, all Lot 8, N8? Lot 9, Block 13, Plat B, Lincolnville.

Feb. 5, David L. Schneider Sr., to David L. Schneider Jr., Wendy Lou Walker and Renee Lynn Koehn, TODWD, lots 6-12, Block 40, Plat A. Lincolnville.

Feb. 5, Ronald D. Chiles, husband, and Kelli J. Chiles, wife, to Glenn Langenegger, husband, and Daytha Langenegger, wife, QCD, S36? Lot 7, all lots 8-18, S35? Lot 19, all lots 20-24, Block 1, Strotkamp and Werry?s Addition, St. Francis city, commonly called Burns and part vacated Ohio Street.

MARION COUNTY SHERIFF

Jail roster, Jan. 30 to Feb. 6

Curtis Curry, 25, Wichita, probation violation.

Chris Lieder, 25, Wichita, probation violation.

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

Jean Luc Taylor, 23, McPherson, court commit.

Melinda Doherty, 26, Florence, conspiracy to aggravated battery, theft.

Richard Litton, 29, Wichita, probation violation.

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

Mari Belifuss, 27, Florence, disorderly conduct, battery on law enforcement officer.

New arrests

David Shiplet, 54, Marion, court commit.

Joyce Loomis, 42, Marion, domestic battery.

Melissa Fisher, 36, Marion, failure to appear on McPherson Muni?cipal warrant.

Jeremy Hamm, 35, Hillsboro, failure to appear.

Cameron Alvarez, 23, El Dorado, Department of Corrections, hold for court.

Kyle Fistler, 21, Peabody, failure to appear.

Marcus Devore, 32, Winfield, failure to appear.

Joseph Jones, 21, Park City, court commit.

Accidents

At 7:55 p.m. Jan. 30, Michael L. Beebe, 23, Junction City, was driving a 2014 Dodge R15 pickup southbound on U.S. Highway 56/77. The driver closed his eyes for a second and went across the center line, striking a guardrail. The vehicle came back into the southbound lane stopping just south of the bridge near 250th. Undersheriff David V. Huntley investigated.

HILLSBORO POLICE DEPT.

Daily log, Feb. 2-8

Feb. 2: Responded to dog at large. Assisted with non-injury accident. Patrolled school zones.

Feb. 3: Assisted Marion County Sheriff?s office with trespass issue. Responded to alarm call. Worked on Drug Abuse Resistance Education, or DARE.

Feb. 4: Received information of Craigslist scam. Welfare check made. Seat-belt enforcement. Responded to domestic situation between a mother and son. Patrolled school zones.

Feb. 5: Made illicit drug awareness presentation at Hillsboro High School. DARE at Hillsboro Elementary School. Responded to domestic situation between mother and son. Received noise complaint in the 100 block of North Cedar. Street light list. Did a door-to-door salesman background check. Patrolled school zones.

Feb. 6: Provided funeral escort. Training at firearms range. Assisted with utility services shut-offs. Delivered message for district court. Traffic enforcement regarding equipment violation.

Feb. 7: Worked on DARE. Investigated suspicious liquid. Responded to domestic disturbance in the 100 block of North Main Street.

Feb. 8: Traffic enforcement regarding speeding twice. Assisted the sheriff?s office with non-injury accident on Indigo. Checked on disabled vehicle in the 400 block of North Ash.