Archive for Tuesday, February 26, 1991

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February 26, 1991

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District court

Criminal case proceedings

Lona C. Hatcher, 18, 2729 Rawhide, was sentenced Monday to one year in jail, but then was granted probation on each of two misdemeanor counts of theft. She originally was charged Oct. 19 with a felony count of burglary and a misdemeanor count of theft after she allegedly entered an apartment in the 1000 block of Tennessee and took miscellaneous items. She pleaded guilty Jan. 22 to the theft charges. Andrea D. Edwards, 18, 1602 Powers, Monday was sentenced to one to five years imprisonment on an amended felony count of attempted burglary stemming from the break-in. After issuing the sentence, a judge ordered Edwards to remain in jail until Friday, when she will be released on a five-year probation term. She originally was charged with a felony count of burglary and two misdemeanor counts of theft. She pleaded guilty Jan. 28 to the amended charge.

A 25-year-old Eudora man was ordered Monday to stand trial on a felony count of taking indecent liberties with a child. The charge was filed Jan. 18 against the man and alleges he sexually molested a 3-year-old local girl between January 1990 and July 8, 1990.

Lorenzo M. Davis, 19, 1029 Miss., was sentenced Monday to one year in jail on each of two amended misdemeanor counts of temporary deprivation of property. Davis originally was charged Oct. 31 with a felony count of burglary and two misdmeanor counts of theft after he allegedly entered an apartment in the 1000 block of Emery and took a compact disc player, several compact discs and telephone equipment. Court records show that he was found guilty by his plea on Jan. 23 to the amended charges.

Peter Valledor, age not listed, 2500 W. Sixth, recently was sentenced to one to five years imprisonment on a felony count of forgery. He originally was charged Oct. 23 with three counts of forgery after he allegedly forged checks belonging to a local man. Court records show Valledor was found guilty by his plea on Jan. 16 to one of the felony charges.

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