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Courts for April 29

April 29, 2013
Marshall Independent

MARSHALL - James Earl Toth, 40, of Cottonwood, appeared in Lyon County District Court April 23 on charges of first degree aggravated robbery - liability for crimes of another, two counts of first degree burglary - liability for crimes of another and kidnapping - liability for crimes of another. A complaint alleges that Toth or an accomplice assaulted, bound and threatened a Lyon County man before stealing items from his residence on March 24. A hearing was set for May 7.

MARSHALL - Jennifer Kaye Blue, 29, of Cottonwood, appeared in Lyon County District Court April 23 on charges of first degree aggravated robbery - liability for crimes of another, two counts of first degree burglary - liability for crimes of another and kidnapping - liability for crimes of another. A complaint alleges that Blue or an accomplice assaulted, bound and threatened a Lyon County man before stealing items from his residence on March 24. A hearing was set for May 7.

MARSHALL - Jeffrey Wayne Glienke, 48, of St. James, appeared in Lyon County District Court April 23 on three counts of fifth degree controlled substance crime charges and possession of drug paraphernalia charges. A complaint alleges Glienke possessed drugs including methamphetamine and marijuana in Marshall on Feb. 22. A hearing was set for May 21.

MARSHALL - Fredrick Michael Anderson, 38, of Cottonwood, pleaded guilty in Lyon County District Court April 23 to charges of second degree driving while impaired, court records said. Anderson drove with an alcohol level of .26 in Cottonwood on April 5 and had a prior DWI in 2012, court records said. Anderson was sentenced to one year in jail with 325 days stayed, pay an $800 fine and two years probation with conditions including serve 40 days in jail, and abide by laws.

MARSHALL - Lester Corey Bates, 35, homeless, was sentenced in Lyon County District Court April 23 for domestic assault. Bates assaulted a woman in Marshall on March 9 and had a prior domestic assault conviction in 2009, court records said. Bates was sentenced to one year in jail with 275 days stayed, pay a $350 fine and two years probation with conditions including serve 90 days in jail and take a class. Additional charges of contempt of court were dismissed.

 
 

 

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