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Courts for Dec. 29

December 29, 2012
Marshall Independent

MARSHALL - Brooke Eryn Hennen, 25, of Marshall, appeared in Lyon County District Court Dec. 26 on charges of third degree controlled substance crime, fifth degree controlled substance crime, possession of a small amount of marijuana, possession of drug paraphernalia and no proof of insurance. A complaint alleges Hennen possessed drugs in a motor vehicle in Lyon County on Dec. 13. A hearing was set for Jan. 8.

MARSHALL - Kirsten Marie French, 33, of Marshall, appeared in Lyon County District Court Dec. 26 on charges of fifth degree controlled substance crime. A complaint alleges French possessed methamphetamines in Lyon County on Dec. 13. A hearing was set for Jan. 8.

MARSHALL - Daren John Guetter, 31, of Wabasso, appeared in Lyon County District Court Dec. 26 on charges of fifth degree controlled substance crime, possession of a hypodermic needle, possession of a small amount of marijuana and possession of drug paraphernalia. A complaint alleges Guetter possessed drugs in Lyon County on Dec. 13. A hearing was set for Jan. 8.

MARSHALL - April Kay VanLeeuwe, 31, of Ghent, appeared in Lyon County District Court Dec. 26 on two counts of third degree driving while impaired charges. A complaint alleges VanLeeuwe drove while under the influence of a controlled substance in Marshall on Aug. 24. A hearing was set for Jan. 8. Bail was set at $12,000 without conditions, or with conditions including abide by laws, abstain from alcohol and drugs and do not enter bars or liquor stores.

MARSHALL - Terrence Michael Schulte, 32, of Marshall, appeared in Lyon County District Court Dec. 26 on charges of theft. A complaint alleges Schulte took merchandise on layaway, valued at more than $600, from a Marshall business on Oct. 28 without making a full payment. A hearing was set for Jan. 8. Bail was set at $6,000 without conditions, or with conditions including appear in court, abide by laws and do not enter the business where the alleged thefts took place.

 
 

 

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