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Theft

A Boulder, Colo. Man said he was the victim of theft by deception 5 p.m. Oct. 14 on 190th Road, Marion. A total of $555 were allegedly stolen.

Burglary and theft

A theft was reported in the 1800 block of Jade Street at 11 p.m. Oct. 21 in Hillsboro. A total of $500 were stolen from the residence.

CRIMINAL

DIVISION CASES

This information has been filed in criminal division of Marion County District Court:

Michael Eugene Bright, felony, charge, cultivate, distribute with intent to sell, opiates, opium, narcotic drug possession, taxation, drugs, no drug tax stamp for marijuana. Sentencing hearing Dec. 19.

Mindy Sue Herpich, misdemeanor, criminal trespass, remain defiance of order, criminal damage to property, without consent. Diversion status check scheduled Nov. 22.

Dustan B. Jarvis, felony, Aggravated incest, fondling, touching with relative, Sentencing hearing Nov. 23.

Bert L. Johnson, misdemeanor, criminal damage to property, without consent, battery, status hearing Nov. 28.

Fred G. Jones Jr., misdemeanor, obstructing legal process in misdemeanor case, fleeing or attempt to elude a law enforcement officer, required obedience to lawful order of police officer. Jury trial, Jan. 19.

Terrius J. Jones, misdemeanor, possession of certain hallucinogenic drugs. Probation, 12 months, supervised.

Tyler G. Jones, misdemeanor, theft value less than $1,000. Sentencing hearing set Nov. 22.

Adam J. McMillen, misdemeanor, theft value less than $1,000. Sentencing hearing, Nov. 28.

Kevin Neufeld, misdemeanor, criminal damage to property, possess with intent to use drug paraphernalia. Sentencing hearing, Nov. 28.

Andrew B. Shipman, misdemeanor, plea, innocent, liquor, purchase and consumption alcoholic liquor. Pretrial conference, Nov. 28.

Andrew B Shipman, felony, criminal damage to property $1,000 but less than $25,000. Pleads, innocent. Pretrial conference, Nov. 28.

Bradford Dean Swisher, misdemeanor, battery, criminal damage to property less than $1,000.

Jean Luc Taylor, misdemeanor, assault, arraignment, Nov. 16.

Joseph Wade Wuest, misdemeanor, violation of protective order. Status hearing Nov. 28.

Randy Carlson, felony, possess opiates, opium, narcotic drugs, and certain stimulants, possess with intent to use drug paraphernalia into human body, possession of certain hallucinogenic drugs. Hearing held, PSI due.

Randy Carlson, felony, burglary, motor vehicle, aircraft, or other means of conveyance. Hearing held PSI due.

Charles Daniel Frisbee, felony, possession of certain hallucinogenic, driving under influence of alcohol or drugs, transporting open container, driving on right side of road way required. Sentencing hearing scheduled Dec. 12, PSI due Dec. 14.

Zachariah Markus J. Remmers, felony, involuntary manslaughter while driving under the influence, vehicular manslaughter, transporting open container, failure to wear seatbelt. Comes to the court for the purposes of probation violation. Probation revoked. Review hearing set Jan. 23.

Shaun E. Ridder, misdemeanor, disorderly conduct. Arraignment, Nov. 22.

Shaun E. Ridder, felonly, criminal threat, Status hearing scheduled Nov. 22.

Jason V. Brooks, misdemeanor, use/possess with intent to use drug paraphernalia into human body. Hearing held motions to revoke probation.

Michele R. Dillashaw, misdemeanor, contribute to a child misconduct, Arraignment held and continued to Nov. 22.

Michele R. Dillashaw, misdemeanor, 3 counts of giving worthless check. Arraignment scheduled Nov. 22.

Sarah J. Razor, felony, 2 counts of criminal damage to property $1,000 but less than $25,000, reckless driving. Hearing held and continued motion to revoke probation. Arraignment scheduled Nov. 22.

Dustin Steele, misdemeanor, disorderly conduct, hearing result for diversion status check held and diversion agreement, deferred adjudication.

Gary Tomlinson, misdemeanor, contribute to a child misconduct, failure to reveal a runaway. Hearing held and continued, Nov. 22.

Donald Dean Hokanson, felony, 2 counts aggravated assault, aggravated endangering child, intentional, less than 18 years of age, criminal damage to property less than $1,000. Hearing held and continued to Nov. 22.

Douglas Bryant Eden, misdemeanor, 2 counts domestic battery, intentional bodily harm caused by one family, council fee statement approved $450.

Douglas D. Penner, misdemeanor, 3 counts of theft less than $1,000. burglary, criminal trespass. Sentencing, probation 12 months, PSI due.

Harley Brammer, felony, possess of opiates, opium, opium or narcotic drugs, possession of hallucinogenic drugs, with 1 prior conviction, taxation, no drug tax stamp for marijuana or controlled substance, possess simulated controlled substances or drug paraphernalia. Hearing result for status held, failure to appear, revoke probation. No further continuances.

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