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DISTRICT COURT ed for 12 months probation. Water, Mo., no turn signal, W. Morrison, Iola. Jamie
Judge Daniel Creitz Robert M. Glen, Ramo- driving while suspended, L. Myers, Humboldt. Paula Vehicle damaged folding wallet, containing
Civil cases filed: na, Okla, disorderly con- $300. Wayne R. Brown, Iola, A. Olson, Humboldt. Verna A vehicle belonging to her Social Security card,
U.S. Bank, National As- duct, $455.50, sentenced to dog running at large, $60. E. Owens, Iola. Justin M. Iolan Raymond Cooper was driver’s license and an un-
sociation N.D. vs. Michael 10 days in jail, suspended Dorothy Danielson, Iola, Pritchard, Iola. Edward E. damaged Tuesday while it disclosed amount of cash,
Farran, et al, real estate. for six months probation. 43/35, $140. Prock, Iola. Walter F. Re- was parked in the 200 block was stolen from a residence
Karl D. Allen vs. D & D Pro- Cheyenne M. Courtney, Cory B. Doremus, Kan- gehr, Iola. Cheryl S. Riebel, of North Elm Street. Dam- in the 500 block of South
pane, Inc., contract. Citi- Pryor, Okla., 80/65, $168.50. sas City, Kan., no liability LaHarpe. Vanessa L. Riley, age was estimated at $300. Buckeye Street.
zens Bank NA vs. Thomas Danielle D. Henke, Iola, insurance. Erin L. John- Iola. Christina R. Rowe,
G. Tinkler, et al, contract. 64/55, $215. Juan A. Velas- son, Iola, 44/35, $140. Don- Iola. Brian C. Rutherford, Theft reported Charges pending
Kansas Dept. of SRS, et quez, Farmers Branch, Tex- ald R. Lower, Humboldt, Piqua. Malissa Brooks told po- Charges are pending in
al vs. Antonio L. Dodson, as, 87/65, $216.50. Jason M. 40/30, $140. Trena Martin, Francis N. Shephard, lice officers Wednesday the damage of a vehicle
other domestic relations. Jones, Derby, 64/55, $138.50. Iola, no liability insurance, Iola. Drew A. Shepherd, that her daughter’s purse owned by Kenneth Spring-
Kansas Dept. of SRS, et Jacob D. Bennett, Garnett, $410. Roger E. Maynard, La- Kincaid. Frederick J. Sigg, was stolen while she was at ston, while it was parked
al vs. Dwayne L. Martin, 78/65, $156.50. Harpe, minor in possession Chanute. Ashley N. Sin- the swimming pool in Riv- Thursday at Piley Liquor,
other domestic relations. Convicted of violating of tobacco, $85. clair, Iola. Wayne A. Smith, erside Park. 311 West St. Springston told
Kansas Dept. of SRS, et al the state’s primary seat belt Eric B. Perez, Humboldt, Iola. Terry L. Stranghoner, officers that a passenger in
vs. Serafin L. Vargas, other law with fines assessed: criminal damage to prop- Iola. Jeffery D. Vance, Iola. Wallet stolen his vehicle was confronted
domestic relations. Gary R. Mitchell J. Lucero, Gas. erty, $180, ordered to pay Christy E. Williams, Iola. Amber Weiderholt told by a pedestrian, which led
Schuberth, Lenexa, 76/65, Sandra S. Thomas, Blue $35 restitution. Sarha A. Benjamin L. Wilson, Iola. police officers Wednesday to the damage. A suspect
$144.50. Springs, Mo. Philip A. Peterson, Iola, 49/35, $164. Tyler Wilson, Iola. John L. that her black and while has been named.
Criminal case disposi- Watson, Chanute. Kelly D. Amanjeet Singh, Corona, Works, Wichita, Bryce A.
tions: Meadows, Iola. Travail K. N.Y., blocking traffic, $140. Wynn, Iola.
Randall K. King, Iola, Pulley, Parsons. Drew A. Edgar D. St. Clair, Iola, Entering diversion
burglary of a non-dwelling,
sentencing scheduled for
disobeying stop sign, $180.
Shawn M. Storrer, Iola, no
agreements with fines as-
July 11. agreements with fines as- Class M license, no liability Lawrence W. Fessler, Em-
Beal family reunion
sessed: insurance, $530. poria, disobeying traffic
MAGISTRATE COURT Terri L. Shoop, Inde- Elizabeth R. Stuart, signal, $180, ordered to pay is Monday in park Rourk earns degree
Judge Thomas Saxton Beal family members Heather Rourk, daughter
pendence, Mo., 84/65, no Manhattan, no liability in- $100 diversion fee. Melissa
Convicted of speeding or are invited to a reunion on of Connie Rourk and Kevin
seat belt, $222.50. Arthur surance, $410. Drayton L. C. Griffith, Uniontown, dis-
other violations with fines Monday beginning at 10 Rourk, received a bachelor
L. Bates, Hubbard, Texas, Williams, Iola, minor in obeying stop sign, driving
assessed: a.m. in the New Commu- of science degree at the
75/65, $138.50. Ryan E. Der- possession of tobacco, no while intoxicated, refusing
Esther M. Elfrink, nity Building in Riverside May 7 commencement ser-
ry, Overland Park, 77/65, driver’s license, $265. John to submit to preliminary
Lenexa, 80/65, $245. Ron- Park. vices at the University of
$176.50. D. Williams, Iola, allow- breath test, $800, ordered to
ald J. Rattray, Bixby, Okla., Those attending should Indianapolis.
Failing to appear and ing unauthorized minor to pay $200 diversion fee.
80/65, $168.50. Dana E. Ma- bring a potluck dish and She is a 2006 graduate of
subject to driver’s license drive, $180. Shawn O. Win-
her, Broken Arrow, Okla., table service. Iola High School.
suspensions or other penal- ner, Iola, no liability insur-
78/65, $156.60. Ashley J. ties: ance, $410.
Tiller, Manhattan, 78/65,
Wiretaps doubled in state
Hayden T. White, Iola, Convicted of violating
$156.50. Jeremy l. Osborn, possessing marijuana, pos- the state’s primary seat belt
Ottawa, 78/65, $156.60. Rhi- sessing drug parapherna- law and fined $5 apiece:
annon K. Vandiest, Nowata, lia. Dennis L. Abbott, Cha-
87/65, $216.50. Juvenile case disposi- nute. Tommy L. Akins, Cha- ROXANA HEGEMAN wiretaps — about 96 per- average of $63,566, accord-
Cody O. Hoke, Hum- tions: nute. Jordon L. Anderson, Associated Press cent of them — were for ing to the report. The cost
boldt, 82/65, $180. Keum Taylor J. Evans, Iola, bat- Iola. William R. Beck, Mo- WICHITA, Kan. (AP) — so-called portable devices of state-issued wiretaps
H. Kwong, Madison, Wis., tery, $226.50. sentenced to ran. Jamie S. Becker, Neo- Law enforcement authori- such as cellular telephones varied greatly from a low
80/65, $168.50. Brandy My- one year probation. sho Falls. Jason D. Calahan, ties nationwide are inter- and digital pagers. of $68 in New Jersey to
ers, Moran, 75/65, $138.50. Criminal cases filed: Iola. Jo L. Callaway, Iola. cepting more and more In Kansas, federal judges $1.69 million for a murder
Paul E. Wojdyla Jr., West- Tiffany K. Miller, Iola, Amy L. Carson, Humboldt. cellphone calls, text mes- issued 25 wiretaps to in- investigation in Massachu-
ern Springs, Ill., 77/65, theft (four counts). James M. Casper, Iola. Les- sages and other communi- tercept cellphone calls and setts. Most of the applica-
$150.50. Paul H. King, Moun Civil cases filed: lie J. Clark, Toronto. Ryan cations, with federal judges text messages last year, up tions for wiretaps, about
dcity, 77/65, $156.50. Nancy Discover Bank vs. Mark J.B. Cochran, Iola. in Kansas and Missouri au- from 12 in 2009. Nearly all 84 percent of them, listed
L. Hibbs, Humboldt, 64/55, Weeks, contract. Capital Hugh E. Conover, Iola. thorizing more than twice were related to illegal drug illegal drugs as the most se-
$138.50. Elmer Gonzalo, One Bank TSYS Debt Man- Michele L. Cox, Fort Scott. as many wiretaps in 2010 investigations. At least rious offense under investi-
Tulsa, Okla., 76/65, 4144.50. agement vs. Keith W. Hen- James M. Creason, Iola. than the previous year, the eight wiretaps were also gation.
Christopher E. Mathews, derson, contract. Sunflower John J. Davis, Moran. Am- Administrative Office of authorized by state judges Authorities credited the
Iola, 75/65, $138.50. John Markets, Inc. vs. Dawna K. ber M. Dexter, Chanute. the U.S. Courts said. in Sedgwick and Shawnee wiretaps for 4,711 arrests
S. Obae, Overland Park, Parker, contract. FIA Card Jeremiah A. Donaldson, The office’s annual wire- counties. and 800 convictions last
79/65, $162.50. Nicole M. Services N.A. vs. Amanda Iola. Amber N. Dunbar, tap report, which was made In Missouri, the report year.
Greve, Lawrence, 80/65, no E. Allen, contract. Kansas Burlington. Lawrence D. public Thursday, shows says federal judges ap- The report also noted
seat belt, $173.50. Parker H. Gas Service, A Division Of Elliott, Gas. Katherine A. requests to federal and proved 46 wiretaps in 2010, that its figures do not re-
Foster, Tulsa, Okla., 81/65, ONEOK, Inc. vs. Carla D. Ellis, Iola. state courts for wiretaps up from 18 the previous flect wiretaps regulated by
$199.50. Maynard, contract. Erica R. Ewing, Iola. increased by 34 percent year. the Foreign Intelligence
Rebecca J. Chapman, Kimberly E. Folk, Iola. Wen- nationwide last year com- The federal wiretap with Surveillance Act of 1978.
Iola, possessing drug para- IOLA MUNICIPAL dy D. George, Iola. James A. pared to the previous year. the most intercepts was lo-
phernalia, $155.50, sen- COURT Gibson, Westphalia. Anna State and federal judges cated in the Southern Dis-
tenced to six months proba- Judge Thomas Saxton L. Glaze, Iola. Brandon A. received 3,194 applications trict of California, where
tion. Kimberly D. Bryant,
Nixa, Mo., endanginer a
Convicted of speeding or
other violations with fines
Goddard, Iola. Richard E.
Goodman, Moran. Curt D.
for wiretaps, denying just
one of them. They autho-
a cellphone wiretap in a
narcotics investigation in- Carnival
child, $315.50, sentenced to assessed: Griffeth, Iola. Amy J. How- rized 1,207 applications by tercepted 74,715 messages
12 months in jail, suspend- Walt L. Brown, Deep ell, Iola. Carol A. Karras, federal authorities. Judges over 210 days. The second Friday, July 8
Iola. Carl E. Lammers, Iola. in 25 states authorized highest number of inter- 4 - 11 p.m.
1,947 wiretaps. cepts occurred in the West-
Alyssa J. Lampe, LaHarpe. Food Booths • Inflatables
Jason D. Larney, Iola. Eric The report showed wire- ern District of Missouri, Professional Face Painter
L. Lawrie, Iola. tap applications in Cali- where a cellphone wiretap Fun For The Whole Family!
Sean M. Maier, Iola. fornia, New York and New in a drug investigation was 1 Ticket $2 • 3 Tickets $5 • Unlimited $10
Deadline: Notify the Register about calendar announce- Amanda N. Malloy, Iola. Jersey accounted for 68 per- active for 118 days and net- July 9
ments at least three days in advance of their occurrence. Trena M. Martin, Iola. Ja- cent of wiretaps approved ted 74,144 interceptions. Big Blast at 12:26 a.m.
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