Sumner County Court Docket: Sept. 9, 2015 report

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first_imgby Tracy McCue, Sumner Newscow — The following are a list of criminal court complaints recently filed by the Sumner County Attorney’s office.These are formal charges introduced into the Sumner County District Court system. The suspects listed in the complaint have not been tried by a judge or jury unless specified otherwise. All citizens are innocent until proven guilty in a court of law.•••••State of Kansas v. Crystal Twigg — Case No: 15 CR 234. Date of birth: 1983 Address: Wichita.  Charges: Count 1 — Display Drivers License of another as her own, Class A misdemeanor. Count 2 — Possession methamphetamine, level 5 drug felony. Count 3 — Possession of drug paraphernalia, Class A misdemeanor. Date of alleged crime: July 31, 2015. Case description: Twigg is accused of displaying a driver’s license issued to her mother in order to gain access to the Kansas Star Casino. She also allegedly had a small amount of methamphetamine in a jar in her purse and a glass smoking device. ————— State of Kansas v. Nichole Baker — Case No: 15 CR 235. Date of birth: 1975 Address: Wichita.  Charges: Count 1 — Criminal trespass, Class B misdemeanor. Count 2 — Possession methamphetamine, Level 5 drug felony. Count 3 — Possession marijuana, Class A misdemeanor. Count 4 — Possession drug paraphernalia, Class A misdemeanor. Date of alleged crime: July 27, 2015. Case description: Baker is accused of entering the Kansas Star Casino knowing she was banned for a lifetime from returning due to involvement with criminal activity before. She allegedly possessed methamphetamine in her purse and a glass pipe and metal marijuana pipe at the time of her arrest. —————State of Kansas v. Tony Garcia— Case No: 15 CR 236. Date of birth: 1973 Address: Wichita.  Charges: Count 1 — Possession methamphetamine, level 5 drug felony. Count 2 — Possession drug paraphernalia, Class A misdemeanor. Date of alleged crime: August 6, 2015. Case description: Garcia is accused of taking two baggies of methamphetamine in his pocket into the casino when one of the bags fell out of his pocket. —————State of Kansas v. Howard Lee Theodore Harden — Case No: 15 CR 238. Date of birth: 1996 Address: Mulvane. Charges: Count 1 — Burglary of vehicle, level 9 felony. Count 2a — Theft, Class A misdemeanor. Count 2b — Possession of stolen property, Class A misdemeanor. Date of alleged crime: February 25, 2015. Case description: Harden is accused entering a 1999 Ford pickup belonging to someone else and stealing a black Nike tennis shoes which he allegedly wore for three months before getting caught. —————State of Kansas v. Crystal Ann Hopper — Case No: 15 CR 240. Date of birth: 1989 Address: Oxford. Charges: Count 1 — Identity theft, level 8 felony.  Date of alleged crime: June 30 – July 6, 2015. Case description: Hopper is accused of using blank checks to forge the name of someone else and pay for Wal-Mart merchandise in Wellington on June 30 for $85.16, July 2 for $95.94, July 3 for $90.28, and July 6 for $162.41. —————State of Kansas v. Dustin Stalder — Case No: 15 CR 241. Date of birth: 1982 Address: Oxford. Charges: Count 1 — Identity theft, level 8 felony.  Date of alleged crime: June 30 – July 6, 2015. Case description: Stalder is accused of using blank checks to forge the name of someone else and pay for Wal-Mart merchandise in Wellington on June 30 for $85.16, July 2 for $95.94, July 3 for $90.28, and July 6 for $162.41. —————State of Kansas v. Jami Byers — Case No: 15 CR 242. Date of birth: 1978 Address: Wellington Charges: Count 1 — Theft, Class A misdemeanor. Date of alleged crime: May 14, 2015. Case description: Byers is accused of taking Wal-Mart merchandise including fishing sinkers, hooks, cat food – valued about $37.50. —————State of Kansas v. Lisa Koehn — Case No: 15 CR 243. Date of birth: 1981 Address: Wellington Charges: Count 1 — Possession methamphetamine, level 5 drug felony. Count 2 — Possession drug paraphernalia, Class A misdemeanor.  Date of alleged crime: August 21, 2015. Case description: Koehn is accused of possessing a small baggy of methamphetamine in her pocket and needles and syringes in her purse which was found in close proximity of stolen property which had been allegedly stolen by John Vigil, Jr. —————State of Kansas v. John Vigil, jr. — Case No: 15 CR 244. Date of birth: 1963 Address: Wichita. Charges: Count 1 — Burglary of motor vehicle, level 9 felony. Count 2 — Criminal deprivation of motor vehicle, Class A felony. Count 3 — Theft of firearm, level 9 felony. Count 4 — Possession of firearm by convicted felon, level 8 felony. Date of alleged crime: August 20, 2015. Case description: Vigil, Jr. is accused of stealing a box, beer, and two guns including a Brushmaster AK-15 from another person’s white Sierra pickup. He also allegedly had possession of a glock 27 handgun which he was not allowed to have since being convicted of a felony in less than a five year period. —————State of Kansas v. Philicia Hewitt— Case No: 15 CR 245. Date of birth: 1986 Address: Wellington. Charges: Count 1 — Domestic battery, Class B misdemeanor. Count 2 — Disorderly conduct, Class C misdemeanor. Date of alleged crime: August 21, 2015. Case description: Hewitt is accused of angrily pushing her boyfriend Michael Evans during an argument which alarmed another household member and prompted her to call 911. —————State of Kansas v. Dallas Leigh Ellis— Case No: 15 CR 246. Date of birth: 1985 Address: Wichita. Charges: Count 1 — Transportation open container, misdemeanor. Count 2 — Interference with law enforcement, Class A misdemeanor. DISMISSED. Date of alleged crime: August 21, 2015. Case description: Ellis is accused of having a 12 ounce Rolling Rock Beer open after entering the Kansas Turnpike at the Kansas Star Casino gate. Conviction: Ellis is sentenced to 60 days in county jail, fined $100 and court cost. All time is suspended provided he pays fine by Dec. 10, 2015 at 9 a.m. He is given credit for five days in county jail. —————State of Kansas v. Michael Evans — Case No: 15 CR 247. Date of birth: 1978 Address: Wellington. Charges: Count 1 — Domestic battery, Class B misdemeanor. DISMISSED. Count 2 — Disorderly conduct, Class C misdemeanor. Date of alleged crime: August 21, 2015. Case description: Evans is accused of angrily pushing his girlfriend Hewitt during an argument which alarmed another household member and prompted her to call 911. Conviction: Evans is sentenced to 30 days county jail, fined $100 and court costs. Jail time suspended upon condition that fine and costs are paid in full by Oct. 1 at 1:30 p.m. or defendant appears in person in court.last_img read more


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first_imgGovernment has deferred the deadline for bringing legislation to govern the scrap metal trade to the National Assembly, to next year.This was revealed during the second day of consideration of the Budget 2019 estimates when Business Minister Dominic Gaskin was questioned about allocations to various agencies under the Ministry.He was previously optimistic of bringing the scrap metal legislation to the House by this year end, following much back and forth after the trade was halted by Government.The ban was temporarily lifted in February 2017, after it was imposed in JuneBusiness Minister Dominic Gaskin2015. The Business Minister revealed in September that Government would be reopening the trade of scrap metal for three-month stints at a time until the relevant legislation was tabled. In June 2018, he had said that the new legislation was taken to the Cabinet and approved at that level. The next step, he had noted, would have been to approach the National Assembly.“Hopefully, before the end of the year, we will have a new legislation.  We will have a new software system that we are using, and we will have a Board of Directors to oversee the scrap metal unit, and I believe we’ll have something firm and solid in place to regulate the scrap metal industry,” Gaskin had told the media earlier this year.However, following that declaration, the legislation was finalised in the Attorney General’s Chambers and has since been awaiting passage in the National Assembly. Government had approved a restart of the scrap metal trade in Guyana during February 2017 after closing down the industry one year prior to that.The main reason for this was to allow exporters to ship out the existing stock over a limited period of three months, to ensure that there was no pile-up of these materials. However, in April 2018, after several months of delays, Government decided to reopen the trade to facilitate the clearance of some of the accumulated scrap metal across the country.While a date for the full resumption of the trade had not been announced, Gaskin had told this publication that the date depended on several important factors.The Minister disclosed that a meeting was held with exporters and dealers to introduce them to a new system that the Business Ministry was trying to implement.According to him, it is a software-based system that was specially designed to help the Ministry to monitor and regulate the trade once it resumed, creating a level playing field for all.Gaskin said the resumption of the trade would give the Ministry the opportunity to test the system to ensure that it was working and would also help to clear some of the accumulated scrap metal that has been legitimately acquired from some of the exporters or dealers’ yards.It was after a forensic audit conducted by the Scrap Metal Unit (SMU) that Government had removed the responsibility for the trade from the Central Housing and Planning Authority (CH&PA) to the Business Ministry.last_img read more