Law enforcement report
Two Lawrence residents were treated and released at Lawrence Memorial Hospital after a two-car accident at 5:32 p.m. Tuesday at New Hampshire and 22nd Street. Police reported that a car driven south on New Hampshire by Thomas Fabert, 22, 922 Alma Ct., collided with a car driven east on 22nd by Jennifer E. Holtman, 17, Prairie Village. Officers reported that the cars collided after Holtman failed to stop at the intersection. Holtman was injured, as was a passenger in Fabert's car, Shannan M. Vaughn, 16, 1602 Mass. Holtman was cited for failing to yield the right of way.
Criminal charges filed
Emad Aboulhosn, 18, Overbrook, was charged Tuesday with a felony count of attempting to make a false writing. A preliminary hearing was scheduled for Monday for Aboulhosn, who allegedly fraudulently attempted to obtain a Kansas University identification card on March 15.
Alexandre N. Hadidi, 18, 1309 Ohio, was charged Tuesday with a felony count of burglary. A preliminary hearing was scheduled for Monday for Hadidi, who allegedly entered an apartment at 104 Hanover Pl. on March 15.
Criminal case proceedings
A May 14 jury trial has been scheduled for Lyvonne K. Sweeden, 21, 924 N.H., who was charged last week with a felony count of abusing a child. The charges allege that Sweeden deliberately dropped and injured her 2-year-old son March 20.
David E. Sharon, 22, address listed as 1900 W. 31st or Ottawa, was found guilty by a jury Tuesday of two felony counts of taking indecent liberties with a child. Sharon was charged Oct. 2 with molesting a 9-year-old local girl in May 1988. Sentencing is scheduled for April 26.
Stephen E. Nickolett, 18, Bonner Springs, recently was sentenced to four months in jail on each of three misdemeanor counts of theft. Nickolett originally was charged Dec. 29 with the theft counts and three felony counts of auto burglary. The charges allege that Nickolett entered three vehicles Dec. 28 and took a radar detector from each vehicle. Nickolett pleaded guilty Feb. 15 to the misdemeanor charges.
Phillip Turner, 32, 1042 Pa., Monday was sentenced to two to 10 years imprisonment on a felony count of aggravated assault. The charge was filed Aug. 15 against Turner after he threatened a man who lived upstairs from him. Turner was armed with a pipe and a knife when he made the threat. A jury convicted Turner of the aggravated assault charge on Feb. 21.