This information has been filed in criminal division of Marion County District Court.
Aaron B. Anderson, 713 N. Walnut, McPherson, bond of $500 granted Dec. 2 after failure to appear on a charge of giving a worthless check. Lori Lalouette was appointed as defense counsel. Arraignment Dec. 5 was continued to Dec. 19.
Jason L. Anderson, second amended information filed Dec. 12, charging defendant with possession of methamphetamine, possession of precursors, and possession of drug paraphernalia. Case was dismissed without prejudice Dec. 14 at the prosecution’s motion because a witness could not be located.
Jason L. Anderson, 105 N. Maple, Peabody, information charging possession of methamphetamine and possession of drug paraphernalia was filed Dec. 12. On Dec. 7, the defendant waived his formal preliminary hearing, and arraignment was set for Jan. 11.
Bert L. Johnson, 602 Walnut, Peabody, charges of criminal damage to property and battery dismissed without prejudice at the prosecution’s motion.
Robert Cody Lucas, Wichita, charged with possession of marijuana, driving while suspended, and no proof of insurance. Defendant failed to appear at arraignment Dec. 5. Prior bond of $1,500 was revoked, a bench warrant was issued, and new bond was set at $2,500.
Jean Luc Taylor, 116 N. Jefferson, Hillsboro, arraignment on a charge of criminal threat was continued from Dec. 5 to Dec. 19 after the defendant was late. A plea hearing was set for Jan. 11.
Michele R. Dillashaw, 608 S. Cedar St., Marion, had first appearance Dec. 5 on a charge of failure to appear. Arraignment was scheduled for Dec. 19. She also made first appearance Dec. 5 on charges of three counts of giving a worthless check. Arraignment was set for Dec. 19.
Kimberly Joy Funk, 205 E. Kansas, Lehigh, arraignment on charges of seven counts of misdemeanor theft and three counts of mistreatment of a dependent adult was continued form Dec. 21 to Feb. 27.
Brandon Lee Doherty, 1401 Adam Travis Court, Salina, preliminary hearing continued from Dec. 7 to Feb. 1 on the prosecution’s motion. Defendant is charged with aggravated battery and aggravated burglary.
Robert Gabriel Rodriguez, information filed Dec. 12 charging criminal use of a financial card and misdemeanor theft. On Dec. 7, defendant waived preliminary hearing and arraignment was set for Dec. 19. Arraignment was continued to Jan. 11 on the prosecution’s motion.
James L. Findley, 107 W. 6th, Peabody, on Dec. 14 the court set a diversion status hearing for Feb. 14 on a charge of domestic battery.
Gary Tomlinson, 319 S. Cedar St., Marion, no-contest plea entered Dec. 14 on a charge of contributing to a child’s misconduct or deprivation, sentencing set for Feb. 14.
Tony Joe Barr, 211 McLain, Newton, arraignment continued from Dec. 14 to Jan. 11 on defense’s motion. Arraigned Jan. 18 on two charges of giving a worthless check.
Richard Barrel, 1500 No. 24 Main St, Marion, arraignment continued from Dec. 14 to Jan. 11. Defendant is charged with domestic battery, criminal threat, and disorderly conduct.
Dustin Wyatt Glenn, 115½ Walnut, Peabody, diversion agreement reached Dec. 14 on charges of domestic battery and criminal damage. Terms of the agreement include attending anger management counseling, completing and complying with a drug and alcohol evaluation, payment of $138 court costs, $22 surcharge, $125 diversion fee, $200 attorney fees, and $50 restitution to Paige Barnes.
Shane A. Daniels, 302 W. Marion, Lehigh, Melissa Batterton, Wendy McCarty, and Rusty Moss endorsed Dec. 14 as additional witnesses on a charge of domestic battery.
Thomas J. Kerchner, 807 Chestnut Lot C, Peabody, sentenced Dec. 14 to 60 days in county jail, six months probation, and payment of $138 court costs and $22 attorney fees on a charge of attempted obstructing official duty.
Ashley Renna Ratzloff, 1717 190th St., Marion, pleads innocent Dec. 14 to a charge of misdemeanor theft and waives formal arraignment. Pleads innocent Dec. 14 on a charge of purchase or consumption of alcohol by a minor and waives formal arraignment.
Reginald V. Matz, 406 S. Adams, Hillsboro, information filed Dec. 16 and amended information filed Dec. 20, charging traffic in contraband — a cell phone — in a correctional institute. Sentenced to 12 months probation with Community Corrections and 20 hours community service after probation revoked on a charge of driving under the influence of drugs or alcohol (second offense).
Richard Reimann, 405 S. Birch, Hillsboro, arraignment and motion to suppress on Dec. 14, status hearing on Dec. 23 on charges of possession of an hallucinogenic drug (marijuana) and possession of drug paraphernalia.
Todd Michael Beneke, information filed Jan. 4, charging misdemeanor theft of a cell phone.
Colton Tyler Gann, 680 220th, Hillsboro, had first appearance Dec. 5 on charges of failure to stop at the scene of an accident and transportation of liquor in an open container. Arraignment was set for Jan. 11.
Katie D. Regier had first appearance Dec. 5. An amended complaint was filed Jan. 18 with a charge of driving without a valid driver’s license in possession.
Stuart F. Parks, 1806 Pinecrest Circle, Winfield, information filed Dec. 29 charging no proof of insurance, driving under the influence of alcohol or drugs (fourth or subsequent conviction), and driving while revoked (habitual violator).
Douglas Edward Gable, 119 N. 8th St., Herington, status hearing set for Jan. 11 on a charge of driving while suspended. Dec. 14 motion to suppress, with a hearing set for Jan. 11, on charges of possession of an hallucinogenic drug (marijuana), possession of methamphetamine, and possession of drug paraphernalia.
Nathan Jay McGee, 812 N. Olive, Peabody, sentenced to six months in jail, 12 months probation, $76 court costs, $22 surcharge, $60 probation fee, $1,250 fine, and $45 booking fee on a charge of driving under the influence of alcohol or drugs (second offense). Must serve 48 hours in jail for any failed drug or alcohol test, refused test, or admission of use; must refrain from using drugs and alcohol; must submit to blood, breath, or urine tests for drugs and alcohol; cannot enter any establishment that primarily makes revenue from alcohol; vehicle must be equipped with a breath detection interlock device for two years.