Daily Record, July 8, 2017

Marshall County Courthouse

Court

Thursday

• Alex Ryan Ellis made an initial appearance on a failure to appear for a contempt hearing charge. Christian Stickrod is appointed as counsel. The contempt hearing is rescheduled at 9 a.m. on Aug. 16. Bond is set at $1,000 cash or surety.

• Theanna Martinez, of Lincoln, made an initial appearance on a theft-fifth degree charge. She pleaded not guilty and a pre-trial conference is scheduled at 9 a.m. on Aug. 2 in Magistrate Court. Emily Swartz is appointed as counsel. Martinez is released on her promise to appear. A no-contact order has been issued for the protected party.

• Tiffany Harris made an initial appearance on a trespass charge. She pleaded guilty and the fine is $65 with a $22.75 surcharge, a $125 law enforcement initiative surcharge and $60 in court costs for a total of $272.75 plus service of warrant, due within 30 days.

• Stacey Lynn Sanders made an initial appearance on a failure to appear for a pre-trial conference charge. Aaron Vaughn will continue as counsel. The jury trial is rescheduled for 9 a.m. on July 20 with a pre-trial conference rescheduled at 1:30 p.m. on July 14.

Friday

• Deandre Antonio Davis made an initial appearance on a introducing drugs into an institution charge, a domestic abuse assault-strangulation charge, a false imprisonment charge and a domestic abuse assault-causing bodily injury charge. The public defender’s office is appointed as counsel. The preliminary hearing is scheduled at 1 p.m. on July 17. Bond is set at $10,000 cash only. If he owns or possesses any firearms or ammunition, Davis is to contact the Marshall County Sheriff’s Office within 24 hours to make arrangements to surrender them. The judge order that Davis be photographed and fingerprinted in connection with these cases. A substance abuse evaluation is ordered with the results submitted within 60 days of his release. A no-contact order has been issued for the protected party.

• Rollin Wilson Ray made an initial appearance on three counts of an intimidation with a dangerous weapon charge, a reckless use of a firearm charge and a discharge of firearms within the city limits charge. Kevin O’Hare has been hired as counsel. The preliminary hearing is scheduled at 1 p.m. on July 26. Ray is released under supervision through the Department of Correctional Services and is to report to the adult probation office by 4 p.m. today and sign a pre-trial release agreement. If he owns or possesses any firearms or ammunition, Ray is to contact the Marshall County Sheriff’s Office within 24 hours to make arrangements to surrender them. Three no-contact orders has been issued for the protected parties.

• Nicholas Bryant Morgan made an initial appearance on a probation violation charge. Darrell Meyer is appointed as counsel. The parole revocation hearing will be scheduled by Morgan’s parole officer. Morgan is being held without bond.

• Kaleb Lee Davenport made an initial appearance on a driving while revoked charge. The public defender’s office is appointed as counsel. The preliminary hearing is scheduled at 1 p.m. on July 26. Davenport is released on his promise to appear.

• April Sue Stanley made an initial appearance on a driving while barred charge and a probation violation charge. The public defender’s office is appointed as counsel. The preliminary hearing is scheduled at 1 p.m. on July 26. The probation revocation hearing will be scheduled at 3 p.m. on July 25. Bond will continue as posted in the driving case. Bond is set at $2,000 cash or surety in the probation violation.

• Anthony M. Banks made an initial appearance on two counts of a driving under suspension charge and a speeding charge. A pre-trial conference is scheduled at 9:30 a.m. on Aug. 25 in Magistrate Court.

• Cody William Anderson made an initial appearance on a striking unattended vehicle charge, driving on the wrong side of a two-way highway charge, a failure to maintain control charge, a no insurance-accident charge and a use of cell phone charge. A pre-trial conference is scheduled at 9:30 a.m. on Aug. 16 in Magistrate Court.

Marshall County Sheriff

Incidents

• On Tuesday, three separate cases of theft from vehicles were reported in the county.

• On Sunday, two people reported a motor vehicle break in on the east side of Marshalltown.

• On June 29, a report was made of a trespass on property involving criminal mischief amounting to more than $200 in damage north of Le Grand.

Arrests

• On Thursday, Cari Rae Jones was arrested for no valid driver’s license and driving under suspension.

• On Thursday, Stacey Lynn Sanders was arrested on a warrant.

• On Thursday, Tiffany Lynn Harris was arrested on a warrant.

• On Wednesday, Theanna Rae Martinez was arrested for theft-fifth degree.

• On Wednesday, Samantha Jo Daniel was arrested on a warrant.

• On Wednesday, Tracy Nichole Earhart was arrested on a warrant.

• On Wednesday, Heather Lynn Cole was arrested on a warrant.

• On Wednesday, Peter Thaung was arrested for open container, striking unattended vehicle, no valid driver’s license, no insurance-accident, operating vehicle without interlock device and operating while intoxicated-second offense.

Accidents

• On Tuesday, a pickup driven by Blake Dean Benson, of Marshalltown, was stopped at the cross over area of Highway 330 facing west when he took his foot off the brake and the truck moved forward colliding with the rear of a pickup driven by Mark Allen Hill, of Rhodes, which was also in the cross over area awaiting traffic to clear. No injuries were reported. Benson was cited for failure to stop in the assured, clear distance. Damage to the Benson pickup was estimated at $4,500 while the Hill pickup received an estimated $2,500.

• On Tuesday, a car driven by Lucille Marie Burroughs, of Liscomb, Mishelle Lynn Bagge, of Independence, was southbound on Marsh Avenue approaching Marshalltown Boulevard intersection when a bug crawling on her neck distracted Burroughs and she collided with the rear of a car driven by Mishelle Lynn Bagge, of Independence. No injuries were reported. Burroughs is cited for failure to stop in the assured, clear distance. Damage to the Burroughs car was estimated at $6,000 while the Bagge car received an estimated $3,500 in damage.