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Antelope County Fines & Sentencings

August 26, 2009 by lmorgan 

The following cases were heard in the Antelope County District Court before the Honorable James G. Kube on July 29, 2009:

State v. Colby L. Legate (Neligh, Nebraska) – Mr. Legate appeared for sentencing on a charge of theft by unlawful taking, a class I misdemeanor. The Court sentenced Mr. Legate to a period of probation for 18 months with conditions that he shall not violate any laws, that he shall not use or possess any alcoholic liquor or controlled substance, shall submit to testing to determine the use of alcohol or controlled substances upon the request of the probation officer or any law enforcement officer, shall submit to a search of his person, premises, or effects upon the request of the probation officer or any law enforcement officer, perform 50 hours of community service work, pay a fine of $400.00, pay probation fees of $490.00, and serve 70 days in the Antelope County Jail.

State v. Gary A. Kallhoff (Ewing, Nebraska) – Mr. Kallhoff appeared for sentencing on a charge of driving during a 15 year revocation, a class IV felony. The Court sentenced Mr. Kallhoff to 60 days in the Antelope County Jail, revoked his license and privilege to drive for 15 years commencing upon his release from jail, and fined him $250.00.

State v. Matt L. Anderson (Elgin, Nebraska) – Mr. Anderson appeared for a pretrial conference on a charge of third degree assault, a class I misdemeanor. Mr. Anderson pled guilty, and the Court set sentencing for September 30, 2009. The Court also ordered the Clerk of District Court to hold $34,745.00 paid by Mr. Anderson for restitution for the victim’s injuries.

State v. Robert Jenkins (Oakdale, Nebraska) – Mr. Jenkins appeared for pretrial conference on amended charges of count I, theft by deception, a class I misdemeanor, count II, theft by deception, a class II misdemeanor, count III, theft by deception, a class I misdemeanor, and count IV, theft by deception, a class II misdemeanor. Mr. Jenkins pled guilty to all the amended charges, and the Court set sentencing for September 30, 2009.

State v. Nancy R. Eckert (Tilden, Nebraska) – Ms. Eckert appeared for a pretrial conference on a charge of driving under the influence of alcoholic liquor, .15 grams or more, third offense, a class IIIA felony. Ms. Eckert pled guilty, and the Court set sentencing for September 30, 2009.

State v. Jason Harper (Elgin, Nebraska) – Mr. Harper appeared for arraignment on a charge of driving under the influence of alcohol, fifth offense, a class III felony. Mr. Harper pled guilty, and the Court set sentencing for September 30, 2009,

State v. Donald Dredge (Neligh, Nebraska) – Mr. Dredge appeared for arraignment on a charge of a violation of the terms of his sex offender community supervision, a class IV felony. Arraignment continued to August 26, 2009.

State v. Zachary J. Amen (Meadow Grove, Nebraska) – Mr. Amen appeared for arraignment on a charge of sexual assault in the first degree, a class II felony. Mr. Amen pled not guilty, and the Court set the matter for a pretrial conference on September 30, 2009.

State v. Kevin J. Kraft (Meadow Grove, Nebraska) – Mr. Kraft appeared for arraignment on a charge of driving under the influence of alcoholic liquor, .15 grams or more, third offense, a class IIIA felony. Mr. Kraft pled not guilty, and the Court set the matter for a pretrial conference on September 30, 2009.

State v. Ross Daniel (Neligh, Nebraska) – Mr. Daniel appeared for arraignment on a charge of driving under the influence of alcoholic liquor, .15 or more, third offense, a class IIIA felony. Mr. Daniel pled not guilty, and the Court set the matter for a pretrial conference on September 30, 2009.

The following criminal cases were heard in the Antelope County Court before the Honorable Donna Taylor on August 12, 2009:

State v. Marion C. Blecher (Neligh, Nebraska) – Mr. Blecher appeared for arraignment on a charge of terroristic threats, a class IV felony. Mr. Blecher requested court-appointed counsel, the Court appointed the Antelope County Public Defender to represent Mr. Blecher and continued the arraignment to September 2, 2009.

State v. Beth E. Damme (Neligh, Nebraska) – Ms. Damme appeared for arraignment on a charge of issuing an insufficient funds check, a class IV felony. Ms. Damme waived her right to a preliminary hearing on the charge, and the Court bound the case over for trial in the Antelope County District Court. Arraignment in that Court is set for August 26, 2009.

State v. Jonathan S. Fletcher (Elgin, Nebraska) – Mr. Fletcher appeared for arraignment on count I, delivery of a controlled substance, a class III felony, and count II, delivery of a controlled substance, a class II felony. Mr. Fletcher requested a preliminary hearing on the charges, and the Court scheduled the preliminary hearing for September 2, 2009.

State v. Michael Market (Neligh, Nebraska) – Mr. Market appeared for arraignment on count I, disturbing the peace, a class III misdemeanor, count II careless driving, an infraction, and count III, no proof of automobile insurance. Mr. Market pled guilty, and the Court sentenced Mr. Market to 10 days in the Antelope County Jail on count I, to a fine of $100.00 on count II, and to 10 days in the Antelope County Jail on count III.

State v. Mark Morrison (Meadow Grove, Nebraska) – Mr. Morrison appeared for sentencing on count I, issuing an insufficient funds check, a class I misdemeanor, count II, issuing an insufficient funds check, a class I misdemeanor, and count III issuing an insufficient funds check, a class II misdemeanor. The Court sentenced Mr. Morrison to serve 90 days in the Antelope County Jail on each count.

State v. Jeremiah J. McClellan (Verdigre, Nebraska) – Mr. McClellan appeared for pretrial conference on a charge of driving under the influence of alcohol, first offense, a class W misdemeanor. Mr. McClellan pled guilty, and the Court sentenced him to serve probation for 6 months with conditions that he not violate any law, not use or possess alcohol or controlled substances, submit to a search of his person, premises or effects by the probation office or law enforcement office, submit to random testing upon the request of the probation officer or a law enforcement office to determine the use of alcohol or drugs, pay a fine of $400.00 and attend a defensive driving course at his own expense. The Court also revoked Mr. McClellan’s license for 60 days.

State v. Jeffrey M. Carpenter (Neligh, Nebraska) – Mr. Carpenter appeared for pretrial conference on a charge of driving under the influence of alcohol, .15 grams or more, first offense, a class W misdemeanor. Mr. Carpenter pled guilty, and the Court sentenced him to serve probation for 6 months with conditions that he not violate any law, not use or possess alcohol or controlled substances, submit to a search of his person, premises or effects by the probation office or law enforcement office, submit to random testing upon the request of the probation officer or a law enforcement officer to determine the use of alcohol or drugs, pay a fine of $500.00 and attend a defensive driving course at his own expense. The Court also revoked Mr. Carpenter’s license for one year and ordered him to serve 2 days jail.

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