- Joshua P. Anderson, 20, Wellsville, was listed in fair condition Friday night at Olathe Medical Center with injuries he suffered May 28 in a two-car accident at the intersection of Douglas County Road 1061 and U.S. Highway 56, east of Baldwin. Marilyn Ammel, 50, Strong City, was injured in the same accident and was listed in fair condition this morning in an intensive care unit at the Kansas University Medical Center, Kansas City, Kan.
- Thomas Anderson, 14, address unavailable, remained hospitalized Friday night in the critical care unit at Stormont-Vail Regional Medical Center in Topeka. Information on his condition was unavailable. Anderson was injured Thursday night when the car in which he was a passenger slid out of control on a curve, entered a ditch and struck a utility pole about four miles west of Oskaloosa on Kansas Highway 92.
- Investigated a false alarm at 7:35 a.m. Friday at 2125 Clinton Pkwy.
- Stood by until KPL arrived to repair power lines that were knocked down during a motor vehicle accident at 10:58 a.m. Friday at Ninth and Maine.
- Investigated a false alarm at 3:44 p.m. Friday at Bailey Hall at Kansas University.
- Investigated a report of smoke coming from a car at 5:50 p.m. Friday outside 728 Mass. Nothing was found, firefighters reported.
Criminal charges filed
- Antwan M. Jones, 18, Kansas City, Kan., was charged late Friday in Douglas County District Court with possession of cocaine with intent to sell and possession of marijuana with intent to sell. His preliminary hearing was scheduled for Wednesday. Jones was arrested early Friday by members of the Tri-County Drug Enforcement Unit. The arrest capped a weeklong investigation by members of the drug unit.
Criminal case proceedings
- An Aug. 17 jury trial has been set for a Jefferson County man who was shot in the legs after he allegedly kicked in the front door of his sister's mobile home in February. Michael R. Higgins, 33, Lakeside Village East, Ozawkie, is charged with making a criminal threat and criminal damage to property. He pleaded innocent to the charges earlier this week during his arraignment in Jefferson County District Court.
- Prosecutors have dismissed charges of possession of cocaine and possession of drug paraphernalia that were filed against an Oskaloosa man in January. The charges against Douglas J. Allen, 30, were dismissed after a motion to suppress evidence in the case was granted.
- Tremayne T. Brown, 18, 1104 Natalie Dr., has pleaded no contest to a charge of discharging a firearm into an occupied building. The charge was filed after an Oct. 11 incident in which shots were fired into a residence in the 1100 block of Sunset. Brown is to be sentenced June 30.
- Drug charges that were filed against a Lawrence man in early May were dismissed recently by prosecutors. James W. Conlon, 30, 1228 La., had been charged with possession of LSD and violation of the Kansas Drug Tax Stamp Act. Assistant Douglas County Dist. Atty. Dan Dunbar said the charges were dismissed because the state didn't have the laboratory reports it needed to proceed with Conlon's preliminary hearing. He said the charges would be refiled once those reports are received.
- Robert V. Cumpton, 31, Perry, recently pleaded guilty to a misdemeanor charge of criminal damage to property. In return for the plea, prosecutors dismissed charges of aggravated assault and battery that had been filed against Cumpton. The charges stemmed from a Feb. 25 incident in the 2200 block of Harper. Cumpton is to be sentenced June 21.
- Richard A. Nelson, 26, Kansas City, Kan., has entered into a 12-month diversion agreement to avoid prosecution on a charge of making a false writing. Among terms of the agreement are requirements that Nelson pay $462.88 restitution and $592 court costs and fees and perform 40 hours of community service work. If he abides by all terms of the agreement, prosecutors will dismiss the charge at the end of the diversion period. The charge was filed in early January and involved a November 1994 deposit agreement with Emprise Bank, according to court documents.
- Joseph L. Bolton, 19, 1508 Oakhill Ave., waived his preliminary hearing Thursday on charges alleging that in January 1994, he burglarized a residence in the 1500 block of Powers and stole firearms and a gun safe. He is to appear back in court June 12 for arraignment.
- Five Lawrence men face June 30 sentencings in connection with a 1994 burglary in the 1500 block of Powers. During hearings earlier this week, Dale E. Sleeper, 20, Charles N. Mooney Jr., 24, and Larry D. Housworth Jr., 24, all of 1523 Lindenwood, each pleaded guilty to an amended complaint charging one count of non-residential burglary. James L. Simpson, 29, 1512 E. 15th, and David J. Mooney, 38, no address listed, each pleaded no contest to the same charge and were found guilty. In each of the cases, prosecutors dismissed a felony theft charge stemming from the theft of a gun safe and more than $25,000 in firearms.
- Mikel Wray, 26, no address listed, was sentenced earlier this week to 10 months in the custody of the secretary of corrections and then granted probation for a conviction on a forgery charge. As a condition of his probation, Wray is to seek in-patient treatment and is assigned to Douglas County Community Corrections after he is released from treatment. The charge stemmed from the forgery last September of a $250 check belonging to Chi Omega Sorority.
- Jacqueline R. Banks, 24, 400 Ala., was sentenced this week to two concurrent terms in the custody of the secretary of corrections for her convictions on a pair of drug-related charges. Banks was sentenced to 37-months incarceration for the sale of cocaine and to five months in prison for violating the Kansas Drug Tax Stamp Act. She also was ordered to pay $150 restitution for money that was used during the November 1993 investigation by the Tri-County Drug Enforcement Unit that resulted in her arrest.
- Lonnie J. Bennett Jr., 18, 1429 N.J., was sentenced this week to the Labette County Conservation Camp after pleading guilty to a charge of attempted robbery. The charge stemmed from the Feb. 20 robbery of a Lawrence woman in the parking lot outside Food 4 Less, 2525 Iowa.
- Bryan L. Brown, 21, 1900 W. 31st., recently was sentenced to 13 months in the custody of the secretary of corrections and then granted 24 months probation for his conviction on a charge of attempted robbery. The charge stemmed from a Jan. 28 robbery attempt at Commerce Plaza Gas and Mini Mart, 3034 Iowa.
- Jamol D. Legg, 16, 811 E. 11th, has been sentenced to 27 months in the custody of the secretary of corrections for the Feb. 20 robbery of a Lawrence woman in the parking lot outside Food 4 Less, 2525 Iowa. Legg also is to serve 36 months of post-release supervision.
Marriage licenses issued
- Joseph P. Dineen, 24, Lawrence, and Jodi L. Oelschlager, 26, Lawrence.
- Rodney R. Zinn, 28, Lawrence, and Kimberly K. Richmond, 24, Lawrence.
- Randy G. Pringle, 35, Lawrence, and Katrina C. Miller, 38, Lawrence.
- Damon G. Thomas, 29, Lawrence, and Michelle D. Boyd, 28, Lawrence.