Criminal cases

This information was the most current on file in criminal division of Marion County District Court as of Nov. 2. 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.

Daniel V. Catlin II, 210 W. 6th St., Florence; hearing on motion to revoke probation continued from Oct. 24 to Dec. 3.

Joseph Lee Caudle, 2578 Goldenrod, Hillsboro; hearing continued from Oct. 22 to Nov. 24 on motion to revoke probation.

Kyle Eugene Fistler, 785 Old Mill Road, Peabody; charge of disorderly conduct dismissed Oct. 9.

Kimberly Joy Funk, 102 E. Kansas, Lehigh; state’s motion to amend complaint continued from Oct. 24 to Nov. 1; defendant is charged with three counts mistreatment of a dependant adult and seven counts misdemeanor theft.

Chelsey Halsey, 2726 W. 27th St. N., Wichita; arraigned Oct. 22; will enter diversion agreement on charge of possession or consumption of alcohol by a minor; diversion status hearing set for Nov. 26.

Robert C. Lucas, 407 N. Aksarben St., Wichita; Oct. 9 status hearing continued to Oct. 17; Nov. 21 status hearing continued to Dec. 3; defendant is charged with possession of an hallucinogenic drug (marijuana), possession of drug paraphernalia, no proof of insurance, driving while license canceled, suspended, or revoked.

Calvin Ray Maurer, 1124 Weldon St., Marion; sentencing continued from Oct. 22 to Nov. 13 on conviction of driving under the influence; defense ordered to set up drug and alcohol evaluation.

Adam Tyler Mosier, 403 Cincinnati St., Burns; pleaded no contest Oct. 22 to possession of an hallucinogenic drug (marijuana); charge of possession of drug paraphernalia dismissed; sentencing set for Dec. 11.

Trenton Gregory Reif, 1815 Tyler St., Great Bend; second amended complaint filed Oct. 26; charged with criminal trespass and battery.

Bill A. Rose, 16413 W. U.S. 50, Halstead; hearing on motion to revoke bond continued from Nov. 5 to Dec. 3 on motion to revoke probation.

Walt A. Sanders, 1011 Park St., Salina; additional witness endorsed Oct. 15; arraignment continued to Nov. 19 on charge of criminal threat.

Aaron Douglas Unruh, 328 N. Locust St., Marion; denied allegations of probation violation Oct. 15; hearing set for Dec. 11.

Adam E. Williams, 808 Morrow Court, Lawrence; bench trial continued from Oct. 22 to Dec. 12 on charge of furnishing alcohol to a minor.

Traffic

Edwin Brown Jr., 507 S. Barlow, Wichita; pleaded guilty Oct. 17 to driving while license canceled, suspended, or revoked; charge of speeding (76 mph in 65 mph zone) dismissed; sentenced to five-day controlling jail sentence underlying six months probation; ordered to pay $393 fines and fees.

Marcos Erik Garcia, 4192 S. Tierra Ave., Wichita; pleaded guilty Oct. 17 to driving while license canceled, suspended, or revoked; charges of speeding (86 mph in 65 mph zone), brake light not working, and transporting alcohol in an open container dismissed; sentenced to five-day controlling jail sentence underlying six months probation; ordered to pay $393 fines and fees.

Chester R. Mercer, 309 C St., Ramona; pleaded no contest Oct. 17 to driving while license canceled, suspended, or revoked; charge of speeding (69 mph in 55 mph zone) dismissed; sentenced to five-day controlling jail sentence underlying six months probation; ordered to pay $393.

Patrick J. Mujica, 1240 Shannon, Garden City; pleaded no contest Oct. 17 to driving under the influence of drugs or alcohol; charges of transporting alcohol in an open container, failure to maintain single lane of travel, and left of center dismissed; sentenced to six-month controlling jail sentence underlying six months probation; ordered to serve 48 hours in jail, pay $953 fines and fees, submit to random drug and alcohol testing, follow recommendations of drug and alcohol evaluation, and not enter any establishment that makes most of its revenue from alcohol sales.

Kenneth H. Nelson Jr., 214 N. Second St., Marion; arraignment continued from Oct. 22 to Dec. 12 on charges of driving under the influence and driving while license canceled, suspended, or revoked.

Ruben Vasquez, 811 Sylvan St., Emporia; sentenced Oct. 17 to 90-day controlling jail sentence underlying 12 months probation; ordered to serve 48 hours in jail, pay $953 fines and fees, submit to random drug and alcohol testing, not enter any establishment that makes most of its revenue from alcohol sales, and complete Alcohol Information School.

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