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Monday, May 2, 2016

Court News

Two Ohio men arrested in I-70 traffic stop (04/13/16)
According to Saline County Circuit Court documents, two Ohio men were arrested after Missouri State Highway Patrol conducted a traffic stop on East Interstate 70 near mile marker 68 on a silver Dodge Dart following a tractor trailer too closely. The driver, Dustin B Miller, 22, and his passenger, Adam J. ...
Court News (03/22/16)
14SA-CR00520-01: Jackson, Kastavas Delbreco, born 1978, 6003 East 8th Street, Kansas City. Class D felony, driving while revoked/suspended. Guilty plea entered; sentencing scheduled for April 25, 2016. 15SA-CR00223-01: Johnson, Dwight Lee, born 1992, 569 S. ...
Court News (03/18/16)
14SA-CR00520-01: Jackson, Kastavas Delbreco, born 1978, 6003 East 8th Street, Kansas CIty. Class D felony, driving while revoked/suspended. Guilty plea entered; sentencing scheduled for April 25, 2016. 15SA-CR00223-01: Johnson, Dwight Lee, born 1992, 569 S. ...
court news (03/18/16)
March 9: Scott E. Pimental-Peek, 26, of Marshall, was charged with a class C felony of possession of a controlled substance except 35 grams or less of marijuana. March 10: Michael Travis Bryson, 37, of Slater, was charged with a class C felony of forgery, as well as three misdemeanor charges...
Court News (02/24/16)
15SA-CR00450-01: Esiel, Ohner Jr., born 1991, 328 E. Porter Street, Marshall; charged with two felonies. Count I -- class C felony, second degree burglary. Count II -- class C felony, theft/stealing with property value or serves $500-$25,000. Sentenced to 5 years supervised probation...
6 Marshall residents charged with drug related felonies (02/04/16)
The Prosecuting Attorney of Saline County filed felony drug charges against six Marshall residents on Jan. 28. Alvin Kent Parks, 57, was charged with a class C felony -- possession of a controlled substance (methamphetamine). Parks' is currently out on bond for prior possession of a controlled substance charge from November 2015. If convicted, Parks faces up to 15 years with the Department of Corrections, or up to one year in county jail and/or up to a $5,000 fine...