Lawrence County court news

Wednesday, May 31, 2017

ASSOCIATE COURT

CRIMINAL

The following defendants plead guilty or were found guilty of the charge listed. An Alford Plea does not admit guilt but indicates defendant believes there is enough evidence for a conviction, SES is Suspended Execution of Sentence, SIS is Suspended Imposition of Sentence, ITC is Intensive Treatment Center, SATOP is Substance Abuse Traffic Offender Program, CVCF is Crime Victim’s Compensation Fund, LERF is Law Enforcement Restitution Fund. Attorneys may file some cases in criminal or traffic. Additional court fees, sentencing and probation stipulations may apply.

•Denilson D. Alvarez Lopez; failure to maintain vehicle financial responsibility, fined $130; speeding, fined $115

•Shannon D. Bogart; taking wildlife illegally, fined $174.50

•Nathaniel Stefaroi; failure to maintain vehicle financial responsibility, fined $130

•Kandee E. Tracy; operating a vehicle where owner has failed to maintain vehicle financial responsibility, 10 days jail, credit for time served

•Miranda Kay Vogel; failure to maintain vehicle financial responsibility, fined $130; failure to register vehicle, fined $115

MARRIAGES

The following marriage licenses were filed at the Lawrence County Recorder's Office May 4-10:

•Jeffrey Allen Neal, 24, of Hindsville, Ark. to Betsy Kay Epps, 25, of Hindsville, Ark., April 22

•Jonathon Tyler Golubski, 26, of Pierce City to Sierra Nicole Lucke, 24, of Pierce City, April 29

•Curtis Paul Musick, Jr., 20, of Purdy to Skye Leeanne Hodson, 21, of Purdy, May 6

•Jacob Noah Thomas Ray, 21, of Aurora to Josie Denise Vaught, 21, of Aurora, April 22

CIRUIT COURT

CRIMINAL

The following defendants plead guilty or were found guilty of the charge listed. An Alford Plea does not admit guilt but indicates defendant believes there is enough evidence for a conviction, SES is Suspended Execution of Sentence, SIS is Suspended Imposition of Sentence, ITC is Intensive Treatment Center, SATOP is Substance Abuse Traffic Offenders Program, CVCF is Crime Victim’s Compensation Fund, and LERF is Law Enforcement Restitution Fund. Additional court fees, sentencing and probation stipulations may apply.

•Caitlin Jean Eutsler; probation violation, probation revoked, SIS set aside, five years prison

•Kelby Brok Tettenhorst; probation violation, probation revoked; amended burglary second degree, seven years prison; stealing a firearm, four years prison to run concurrently; stealing of more than $500 and less than $25,000, four years prison to run concurrently

•Kelby Brok Tettenhorst; probation violation, probation revoked, SES set aside; possession of a controlled substance except 35 grams or less of marijuana, five years prison to run concurrently

•Kelby Brok Tettenhorst; probation violation, probation revoked, SES set aside; burglary first degree, five years prison to run concurrently; stealing of more than $500 and less than $25,000, five years prison to run concurrently

•Kelby Brok Tettenhorst; probation violation, probation revoked, SES set aside; receiving stolen property, five years prison to run concurrently

•Colan Ray Hale; sentence modified from 12 years to 11 years 208 days for credit of 157 days in long-term treatment facility

•Dennis Joseph Lewis; resisting arrest, three years prison to run concurrently with Taney County case, CVCF $46, LERF $150

•Frank Sheridan; sentence of June 10, 2014 for 27 years suspended, five years supervised probation, CVCF $68, LERF $250

DOMESTIC

The following are marriage dissolutions:

•Denis M. Webb from Christie A. Webb

•Liberato Lopez Linares from Jasmine Guadalupe Cachu