Criminal cases

This information was the most current on file in criminal division of Marion County District Court as of Oct. 19. Information often is not available until more than a week after hearings. Journal entries must be checked by the defense, prosecution, and judge before they are filed.

Robert Scott Ayers, 704 W. Grand Ave., Hillsboro; diversion status hearing continued from Sept. 17 to Oct. 1 on charge of domestic battery.

Justin Wayne Brasher, 123 S. Walnut, McPherson; information filed Oct. 19; charged with non-residential burglary, felony theft, and misdemeanor theft.

Jerome D. Creed, 301 Santa Fe, Marion; prosecution’s motion to terminate imposition of sentence withdrawn Sept. 17, suspended sentenced continues through Dec. 13 for violation of a protection from stalking order. Hearing held Sept. 17 on charges of criminal damage to property and criminal trespass; jury trial set for Dec. 13. Hearing held Sept. 17 on charges of domestic battery, assault, and criminal restraint; jury trial set for Dec. 13.

Michele R. Dillashaw, 608 S. Cedar St., Marion; first appearance Oct. 9 on three counts of giving a worthless check; scheduling conference set for Nov. 5. First appearance Oct. 9 on charge of contributing to a child’s misconduct or deprivation; scheduling conference set for Nov. 5.

Stephania Eppley, 323 Big Springs Road, Monroe, Tenn.; preliminary hearing held Oct. 3; bound over on five counts of issuing a felony worthless check; arraignment set for Nov. 26.

Donald Francis Harner, 22212 W. Mills Ave., Abbyville; pleaded guilty Sept. 17 to criminal deprivation of property; sentencing set for Oct. 15.

Michael G. Hemmer, 309 Kansas St., Lincolnville; preliminary hearing continued from Oct. 3 to Oct. 15 on charges of driving under the influence of drugs or alcohol, endangering a child, transporting alcohol in an open container, and speeding (75 mph in 65 mph zone).

Robert Scott Henderson, 602 E. 5th St., Peabody; failed to appear Sept. 24 at arraignment on charge of battery; bench warrant issued.

Barbara D. Hermosillo, 131 S. Taft No. 17, McPherson; arraignment continued from Sept. 17 to Oct. 1; pleaded not guilty Oct. 1 to charges of possession of an hallucinogenic drug (marijuana), possession of drug paraphernalia, and permitting an unauthorized minor to drive; jury trial set for Dec. 13.

Mike Hoffner, 811 Lawrence St., Durham; pleaded not guilty Sept. 24 to domestic battery; status hearing set for Nov. 13.

Dominiece Lashay Renee Hutton, 240 N. Madison, Wichita; pleaded not guilty Oct. 1 to forgery and attempted theft by deception; status hearing set for Nov. 5.

Mathew Charles Mickey, 313 N. Madison St., Hillsboro; arraignment continued from Oct. 4 to Oct. 9 on charges of criminal deprivation of property, misdemeanor theft, and criminal damage to property.

Patricia Miller, 105 N. Birch St., Hillsboro; pretrial status hearing held Sept. 24 on charge of misdemeanor theft; jury trial set for Oct. 16.

Nicole Nowak, 3275 Quail Creek, Ramona; preliminary hearing held Oct. 3; bound over on charge of possession of amphetamine and possession of drug paraphernalia; arraignment set for Nov. 5.

Richard Reimann, 405 S. Birch St Lot 2, Hillsboro; pleaded guilty Sept. 25 to possession of drug paraphernalia; sentence suspended 12 months; ordered to pay $160; charge of possession of an hallucinogenic drug (marijuana) dismissed.

Kirk W. Seals, 125 N. Roosevelt St., Marion; arraignment held Oct. 1 on charge of domestic battery; diversion status hearing set for Oct. 15.

Stormy G. Snedecor, 305 S.E. 5th, Newton; pleaded not guilty Oct. 1 to obtaining a prescription-only drug by fraudulent means; status hearing set for Nov. 5.

Robert J. Stewart, 603 Silver, Geneseo; stipulated to probation violation Oct. 1; ordered to serve five days in jail; probation reinstated for 12 months.

Jean Luc Taylor, 900 N. Walnut, McPherson; first appearance Oct. 9 on motion to revoke probation; arraignment set for Nov. 19.

Dallen Thompson, 501 N. B St., Ramona; pleaded no contest Sept. 24 to criminal trespass and misdemeanor theft; sentenced to 20 days in jail followed by 90 days probation; ordered to undergo drug and alcohol testing, write letter of apology to victim, and pay $210. Pleaded no contest Sept. 24 to a second set of criminal trespass and misdemeanor theft charges; sentenced to 10 days jail followed by 90 days probation; ordered to undergo drug and alcohol testing, write letter of apology to victim, and pay $415.

Trenton Duane Vogt, 8028 Vintage Terrace, Claremore, Okla.; pleaded guilty Sept. 17 to obstruction of official duty and criminal trespass; misdemeanor theft charge dismissed; sentencing set for Oct. 15.

Matthew Tyler Wallace, 5227 Shady Maple, Kingwood, Texas; status hearing continued from Oct. 1 to Oct. 12 on charge of criminal deprivation of property.

Troy Scott Watts, 401 N. Ash St. Apt. 15, Hillsboro; misdemeanor theft charge dismissed Oct. 12.

Ian Anders Weisbeck, 210 6th St., Durham; pleaded not guilty Sept. 24 to criminal damage to property; status hearing set for Nov. 5.

Caleb Patricia Woodcox, 1910 275th, Marion; first appearance Oct 9 on charge of possession of an hallucinogenic drug (marijuana); preliminary hearing set for Nov. 7.

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Heron A. Adames, 6811 S. Meade Loop, Fort Riley; plans to enter diversion on charge of driving under the influence announced Oct. 12; charges of driving while license canceled, suspended, or revoked and speeding (88 mph in 65 mph zone) dismissed.

David B. Buller, 305 N. Ash St., Hillsboro; status hearing held Sept. 19 on charges of driving under the influence and failure to yield when making a left turn; jury trial set for Nov. 1.

Chelsea L. Felton, 2205 Thompson Drive, Junction City; pleaded no contest Sept. 19 to speeding (107 mph in 65 mph zone); reckless driving dismissed; ordered to pay $548.

Steven Brian Hundley; preliminary hearing held Oct. 3 on charges of fleeing or attempting to elude a police officer, speeding (65 mph in 45 mph zone), stop sign violation, and improper movements and required signal; status hearing set for Oct. 22 on motion to determine competency; competency evaluation ordered.

Nicholas M. McGovern, 2200 Old Main, Newton; bench trial held Sept. 19; charge amended to speeding (69 mph in 65 mph zone); ordered to pay $296.

Kenneth H. Nelson Jr., 214 N. 2nd St., Marion; preliminary hearing held Oct. 3; arraignment set for Oct. 22 on charges of driving under the influence and driving while license canceled, suspended, or revoked.

Kevin E. Swick, 909 S.W. Arrowhead Drive, Bentonville, Ark.; first appearance Sept. 19; arraignment set for Oct. 17 on charge of driving under the influence.

Ruben Vasquez, 811 Sylvan St., Emporia; sentencing for driving under the influence continued from Sept. 24 to Oct. 17.

Glenn Arnold Yoder; arraignment held Oct. 3 on charge of driving under the influence; motion to suppress hearing set for Nov. 28.

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