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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.

Jury trial for Jerry Thouvenell on 12 counts of aggravated indecent liberties with a child younger than 14 and battery of a child was postponed to Sept. 10-14 after his lawyer, David Philip Leon, Wichita, filed a motion May 21 asking that he be given more time to prepare.

Ardell Phillip Jones was formally charged May 18 with two counts of possession of marijuana and two counts of possession of drug paraphernalia.

Stephanie Lynn Johnson was formally charged May 18 with possession of marijuana with intent to distribute, two counts of possession of drug paraphernalia, and possession of marijuana.

Eddie Arian Eaves was formally charged May 18 with aggravated domestic battery, two counts of domestic battery, and endangering a child.

Raeleen Faith Rudd was formally charged May 24 with possession or consumption of alcoholic beverage by a minor.

Justin Dion Tate was formally charged May 24 with battery.

Jerid Anthony Schafers was formally charged May 24 with possession or consumption of alcoholic beverage by a minor.

Dakota James Herston was formally charged May 24 with battery of a law enforcement officer and battery.

Krystle D. Strong was formally charged May 25 with endangering a child and domestic battery.

Dylan L. Horton was formally charged May 25 with contributing to a child’s misconduct.

Travis Eugene Hamm was formally charged May 25 with endangering a child.

Veronica Crabtree was formally charged May 25 with two counts of domestic battery.

Tanner L. Jasper was formally charged May 25 with contributing to a child’s misconduct.

Adam M. Kleiber on April 10 pleaded no contest to driving under the influence. Sentencing will be later.

Tessa Deann Gray was sentenced April 23 to a year’s probation for criminal use of a financial card and theft. She was ordered to pay $158 court costs, $45 booking fee, and $100 attorney fee.

Last modified May 31, 2018

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