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DIVISION CASES

This information was filed last week in criminal division of district court. All fines include court costs. If no address is listed, no address was available on court records.

Scottie Ray Bradley, Topeka, entered a diversion agreement on a charge of assault Sept. 9. $200 diversion fee, $158 court costs, $45 booking fee, and $75 attorney fee.

Tanner Jonathan Brandt, Haysville, entered a diversion agreement on a charge of theft May 31. $200 diversion fee, $158 court costs, $37.26 restitution, $273 attorney fee.

Rachel Michelle Eckhardt, Wichita, entered a diversion agreement on a charge of endangering a child Feb. 10. $125 diversion fee, $158 court costs, $45 booking fee, $375 attorney fee and 45 hours community service.

Torrey Cyntrell Gill entered a diversion agreement on charges of possession of marijuana with intent to distribute and possession of drug paraphernalia Nov. 28. $125 diversion fee, $158 court costs, $45 booking fee, obtain drug evaluation, and 20 hours community service.

Leslie Byron McFadden entered a diversion agreement on disorderly conduct June 9. $125 diversion fee, $138 court costs, $45 booking fee, $233.63 attorney fee.

Tiffany A. Troutt entered a diversion agreement on a charge of domestic battery Oct. 30. $125 diversion fee, $158 court costs, $45 booking fee, take anger management classes, $45 hours community service.

Shane William Zerbe, 32, Wichita, was formally charged Feb. 20 with criminal trespass. In a separate case filed the same day, Zerbe was formally charged with felony theft.

Derek Gann was formally charged Feb. 23 with giving a worthless check.

A bench warrant was issued Feb. 5 for Holli Ann Kelle for failure to appear in court.

Tracy Don Freeman on Feb. 13 entered a plea agreement to plead guilty or no contest to a charge of forgery. In return, a charge of forgery and two counts of unlawful acts with computers were dismissed. Sentencing will be later.

Julie E. Starks on Feb. 7 was bound over for trial on charges of arson and interference with law enforcement.

A charge of residential burglary earlier filed against Charles Neal Miles was dismissed Feb. 8.

Last modified March 1, 2018

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