Criminal cases

This information was the most current on file in criminal division of Marion County District Court as of Nov. 9. 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.

Jesse Alan Branson, 215 W. 10th St., Florence; Oct. 3 preliminary hearing continued to Nov. 7 on charge of aggravated assault.

Justin Wayne Brasher, 173 S. Walnut, McPherson; waived preliminary hearing Oct. 17; bound over on charges of non-residential burglary and felony theft; also charged with misdemeanor theft; arraignment set for Nov. 19; remains free on bond on condition that defendant remain employed, not use drugs or alcohol and submit to drug and alcohol testing, and obey nightly curfew from 6 p.m. to 6 a.m.

Leah A. Brown, 1556 N. 145th Road, Concordia; pleaded no contest Oct. 15 to one count of giving a worthless check; nine counts of giving a worthless check dismissed; sentenced to six month controlling jail term underlying 12 months probation; ordered to pay $1,043.84 fines, fees, and restitution.

Doug B. Eden, 116 W. 3rd St., Peabody; preliminary hearing continued from Oct. 17 to Nov. 28 on charges of domestic battery, attempted criminal restraint, and two counts criminal damage to property.

Douglas Bryant Eden, 116 W. 3rd St., Peabody; disposition made Oct. 22 on probation violation; ordered to serve six months in jail with credit for time served.

Danny Fistler, 785 Old Mill Road, Peabody; pleaded guilty Oct. 9 to disorderly conduct; sentenced to 30 day controlling jail term underlying six months probation; ordered to submit to drug and alcohol testing and pay $160 fees; $500 fine suspended for six months.

Donald Francis Harner, 22212 W. Mills Ave., Abbyville; sentenced Oct. 15 on conviction of criminal deprivation of property; sentenced to 12 month controlling jail term underlying 12 months probation; ordered to pay $10,765 fines, fees, and restitution with at least $400 paid every month; ordered to complete 20 hours community service, submit to drug and alcohol testing, and write letter of apology to victim; prohibited from having contact with victim.

Angelica Nicole Hinostroza, 2778 C Ave., White City; hearing continued from Oct. 15 to Nov. 26 on three counts of aggravated criminal sodomy.

Robert C. Lucas, 11919 W. Carr Court, Wichita; status hearing continued from Oct. 9 to Oct. 17 on charges of possession of an hallucinogenic drug (marijuana), possession of drug paraphernalia, no proof of insurance, and driving while license canceled, suspended, or revoked.

Charles W. Matthews, 714 Sherman St., Marion; hearing continued from Nov. 7 to Nov. 28 on charges of criminal damage to property and battery. Hearing continued from Nov. 7 to Nov. 28 on charges of forgery, no proof of insurance, and driving while license canceled, suspended, or revoked.

Shelby C. Percell, 17 Random Road, Marion; sentenced Oct. 22 on conviction of disorderly conduct; sentenced to 30 day controlling jail term underlying six months probation; ordered to pay $160 and submit to drug and alcohol testing.

Trenton Gregory Reif, 1815 Tyler St., Great Bend; third amended complaint filed Nov. 7; charged with criminal trespass and disorderly conduct.

Brian A. Solis, 903 N. C St., Wellington; first appearance Nov. 5 on motion to revoke probation; arraignment set for Dec. 11.

Carrie L. Terwilliger, 304 S.W. 4th St., Abilene; first appearance Nov. 5 on charges of possession of hydrocodone, possession of an hallucinogenic drug (marijuana), possession of drug paraphernalia, and transporting alcohol in an open container; preliminary hearing set for Nov. 28.

Daniel W. Vickery, 319 3rd St., Lincolnville; preliminary hearing continued from Oct. 17 to Nov. 28 on charges of possession of an hallucinogenic drug (marijuana) and possession of drug paraphernalia.

Trenton Duane Vogt, 8028 Vintage Terrace, Claremore, Okla.; sentenced Oct. 15 on conviction of obstruction of official duty and criminal trespass; sentenced to 18 month controlling jail term underlying 24 months probation; ordered to serve 30 days in jail, pay $1,463.47 fines, fees, and restitution, submit to drug and alcohol testing, complete 20 hours community service, and write letter of apology to victim; prohibited from using alcohol or drugs and from contacting the victim.

Ian Anders Weisbeck, 210 6th St., Durham; ordered Nov. 7 to undergo competency evaluation with Prairie View to stand trial on charge of criminal damage to property.

Kerrick M. Wilhelm, 421 S. Freeborn St., Marion; arraignment continued from Oct. 15 to Nov. 19 on motion to revoke probation.

Traffic

Joshua Colin Banks, Building 7649 Appenines Drive, Fort Riley; diversion agreement filed Nov. 1 on charge of speeding (123 mph in 65 mph zone); ordered to pay $863 fine and fees; diversion agreement lasts six months. Diversion agreement filed Nov. 1 on charge of driving under the influence; ordered to pay $1,093 and complete drug and alcohol evaluation; prohibited from entering establishments that receive most of their revenue from sale of alcohol; diversion agreement lasts 12 months.

Leroy Hudson Jr., 704 S.E. 34th St., Topeka; pleaded no contest Oct. 17 to driving without a valid driver’s license in possession; ordered to pay $108 fine and fees.

Huynh Quoc Lai, 735 S. Chateau Circle, Wichita; failed to appear at arraignment Oct. 17 on charges of speeding (96 mph in 65 mph zone) and littering; bench warrant issued and bond revoked; defendant then appeared and bench warrant withdrawn and bond restored; arraignment set for Nov. 21.

Charles W. Matthews, 714 Sherman St., Marion; hearing continued from Nov. 7 to Nov. 28 on charge of driving while license canceled, suspended, or revoked.

Malaysha L. Murray, 1575 N. Harvard, Wichita; charge of suspended driver’s license dismissed Nov. 2.

Kevin E. Swick, 909 S.W. Arrowhead Drive, Bentonville, Ark.; intention to enter diversion agreement on charge of driving under the influence announced Oct. 17; diversion status hearing set for Nov. 21.

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