This information was the most current on file in criminal division of Marion County District Court as of May 24. 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.
Rebecca Alline Almond, 309 N. Lincoln, Hillsboro; charges of criminal trespass and disorderly conduct dismissed without prejudice April 23 pursuant to a plea agreement in another case.
Ryan Schierling, 105 Marion, Lehigh; hearing held April 23 on charges of aggravated assault and domestic battery; jury trial scheduled for Aug. 16 and 17.
Cynthia Kay Taylor, 208 N. 4th, Marion; sentenced April 23 on convictions of possession of oxycodone, possession of an hallucinogenic drug (marijuana), and possession of drug paraphernalia; given 11 month prison term underlying 18 months of probation with community corrections; ordered to pay $195 court costs, $200 DNA database fee, $400 KBI lab fee, $120 correctional supervision fee, $675 court-appointed attorney’s fees, $45 booking fee, $300 SB 123 Offender Reimbursement Fee; ordered to stay out of businesses whose main source of revenue is sale of alcohol; must submit to random drug and alcohol testing.
Shelby Cheyenne Percell, 17 Random Road, Marion; arraigned May 15 on a charge of misdemeanor theft; waived formal arraignment and pleaded no-contest; sentencing scheduled for June 13.
Shelby Cheyenne Percell, 17 Random Road, Marion; arraigned May 15 on a charge of minor in consumption of alcohol; pleaded innocent; bench trial scheduled for July 10.
Dawnyele N. Reynolds, 102 W. Santa Fe Apt. 3, Marion; pleaded guilty May 9 to attempted misdemeanor theft; given a 90-day controlling jail term with 12 months supervised probation, ordered to serve 96 hours in jail; must submit to random drug and alcohol testing and write a letter of apology to Donald and Regina Vinduska; ordered to pay $138 court costs, $60 probation fee, $45 booking fee, and $15 restitution.
Dawnyele N. Reynolds, 102 W. Santa Fe Apt. 3, Marion; sentenced May 9 on a conviction of hosting minors consuming alcoholic liquor of cereal malt beverages; given six month controlling jail term with 12 months supervised probation; ordered to serve 96 hours in jail; ordered to have no unsupervised contact with minors and to have no contact with Christian Czarnowsky, Andrianne Marshall, or Justin Loomis.
Phillip L. Stegeman, 901 S. Kansas Ave., Newton; sentenced May 9 on a conviction of criminal trespass; given 90-day controlling jail term with 12 months supervised probation; must pay $138 costs, $22 surcharge, $60 probation fee, and $45 booking fee; ordered to have no contact with victim Alicia Stone; ordered to stay out of businesses whose main source of revenue is sale of alcohol; must submit to random drug and alcohol testing.
Dustin Dean Altum, 905 E. 8th, Newton; diversion agreement filed on a charge of domestic battery; ordered to obtain an anger management evaluation; pay $125 diversion fee, $138 court costs, and $22 surcharge; if diversion completed in six months, charge will be dismissed.
Lucas D. Hoskinson, 708 E. 8th, Newton; bond appearance held May 15 on charges of aggravated escape from custody, vehicle burglary, misdemeanor theft, criminal deprivation of property, criminal trespass, and criminal damage to property; arraignment scheduled for June 13.
Schuyler Grant Hulett, 122 W. 5th St., Florence; arraignment continued from May 15 to June 20 on charges of possession of an hallucinogenic drug (marijuana) and possession of drug paraphernalia.
Curtis J. Curry, 914 S. Elm, McPherson; arraigned April 18 on motion to revoke probation, denied allegations, hearing scheduled for May 16.
Christian L. Czarnowsky, Marion; April 23 hearing continued to May 7 on a charge of possession of tobacco.
Tommy Lee Mitchell, 317 N. Ash St., Hillsboro; pleaded guilty May 9 to driving under the influence of drugs or alcohol and transporting liquor in an open container; sentencing scheduled for July 23.
Ricky M. Rogers, 3370 Vista, Lost Springs; sentenced May 9 on a conviction of driving while license suspended; given 30 days controlling sentence in jail with six months unsupervised probation; ordered to pay $250 fine, $76 court costs, and $22 surcharge.
Paul J. Brady; 414 S. Central Ave., Mulvane; hearing continued from May 16 to July 18.
Jamie S. Holland, 1008 Highway 18, Abilene; bond appearance continued from May 16 to June 20 on charges of driving while license suspended, no proof of liability insurance, and transporting liquor in an open container.
Last modified May 31, 2012