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Courts for June 5

June 5, 2012
Marshall Independent

MARSHALL - Daniel Mark Weets, 43, of Russell appeared in Lyon County District Court May 29 on charges of driving after cancellation - inimical to public safety. A complaint alleges Weets drove with a cancelled license on May 14 in Marshall. A hearing was set for June 26.

MARSHALL - James Edmund Neyens, 30, of Taunton appeared in Lyon County District Court May 29 on charges of driving while impaired and violation of a restricted driver's license. A complaint alleges Neyens drove while impaired in Lyon County on May 18, and had three prior DWI convictions in 2007 and 2004. Neyens said he would hire his own attorney and asked that the hearing be continued at a later date, court records said. The hearing was continued to June 12.

MARSHALL - Jeremy Jans Kor, 34, of Marshall appeared in Lyon County District Court May 29 on charges of third degree criminal property damage. A complaint alleges Kor kicked a door in Cottonwood on March 16, and caused $900 in damage. A hearing was set for June 12.

MARSHALL - Bradley Duane Thomas, 44, of Minneota appeared in Lyon County District Court May 29 on charges of depriving another of custodial rights and criminal contempt of court. A complaint alleges Thomas violated a court order of custodial rights in Minneota between March 16 and March 25. A hearing was set for June 14.

MARSHALL - Corey Royal Krueger, 34, of Marshall appeared in Lyon County District Court May 29 on charges of second degree assault, terroristic threats and domestic assault. A complaint alleges Krueger threatened a woman with a gun in Lyon County on April 27. A hearing was set for June 26.

MARSHALL - Jeffrey Arnold Williams, 52, of Marshall pleaded guilty in Lyon County District Court May 29 to charges of driving after cancellation - inimical to public safety, court records said. Williams drove with a cancelled license in Marshall on Feb. 25, court records said. Williams was sentenced to serve 180 days in jail with 175 days stayed, pay a $400 fine and two years probation with conditions including serve five days in jail with credit for time served and good behavior, no unlicensed driving and abide by laws.

 
 

 

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