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Pulaski County Circuit Court Reports, 3/17/2009
Officials with the Pulaski County Circuit Court have reported the following actions in recent cases:

Jacob Lee Perdue, 25, of Waynesville, appeared with his attorney, Eric Hutson, and waived a March 17 preliminary hearing on a Class D felony charge of first-degree property damage accusing him of knowingly damaging a 2002 Kia Optima on June 28, 2008, located on the 1100 block of Historic Route 66 in Waynesville by repeatedly kicking one of the passenger doors and causing at least $750 worth of property damage. Associate Circuit Judge Colin Long bound the case over to circuit court for an April 8 arraignment.

Donovan Reheem Boyd, 20, of St. Robert, appeared with the public defender and waived a March 17 preliminary hearing on a Class C felony charge of stealing accusing him of taking sports clothing on Feb. 4, 2008 without consent of the owner, Hibbett Sports, that was worth at least $500. Judge Long bound the case over to circuit court for an April 6 arraignment. (No photo available.)

Kenora Deshawn Clark, 38, of Detroit, pleaded innocent on March 17 to a Class A felony charge of first-degree trafficking accusing her of acting in concert with another on April 9, 2008, to transport about 942 kilograms of marijuana in 15 separately bundled packages in a rental vehicle through Pulaski County while headed eastward toward Michigan for delivery of more than 30 kilograms of marijuana to an unknown person. Judge Long set her bond at $100,000 cash, scheduled the case for advice of counsel on March 24 and for preliminary hearing on April 23, and ordered her to personally appear.

Luke David Pinder, 24, of Lake Ozark, appeared with his attorney, Barb Van Tine, and waived a March 17 preliminary hearing on two Class D felony charges of first-degree property damage and leaving the scene of a motor vehicle accident accusing him of striking a business sign on May 17, 2008, located on Highway 28 and Hopi Lane owned by another person and causing more than $1,000 worth of property damage. Judge Long bound the case over to circuit court for an April 8 arraignment. (No photo available.)

Cletus Conklin, 53, of Crocker, appeared with his attorney and waived a March 17 preliminary hearing on a Class C felony charge of second-degree burglary and a Class D felony charge of knowingly burning accusing him of acting in concert with another person to enter a home on College Street in Crocker on Oct. 9, 2008, for the purpose of stealing and starting a fire that damaged a mattress, food items, figurines, a golf club and paperwork belong to another person. Judge Long bound the case over to circuit court for an April 8 arraignment. (No photo available.)

Jeanne Conklin, 46, of Crocker, appeared with her attorney and waived a March 17 preliminary hearing on a Class C felony charge of second-degree burglary and a Class D felony charge of knowingly burning accusing her of acting in concert with another person to enter a home on College Street in Crocker on Oct. 9, 2008, for the purpose of stealing and starting a fire that damaged a mattress, food items, figurines, a golf club and paperwork belong to another person. Judge Long bound the case over to circuit court for an April 8 arraignment. (No photo available.)

Leslie Bernard Howard, 54, of Oregon City, Ore., pleaded innocent on March 17 to a Class C felony charge of first-degree tampering accusing him of knowingly possessing a white GMC pickup belonging to another person on March 11. Judge Long scheduled the case for advice of counsel on March 24 and ordered him to personally appear.

Derrick Leon Redden, 42, of Waynesville, appeared with the public defender and waived a March 17 preliminary hearing on a Class B felony charge of first-degree burglary and a Class C felony charge of second-degree assault accusing him of acting in concert with another person on Jan. 30 by entering the Witmore Farms building for the purpose of committing stealing and attempting to cause physical injury to a man by wielding a raised hammer and charging at the man in a threatening manner. Judge Long bound the case over to circuit court for an April 8 arraignment.

Samantha J. Tull, 25, of Waynesville, appeared with his attorney and waived March 17 preliminary hearing on a Class B felony charge of first-degree burglary accusing her of acting in concert with another person on Jan. 30 by entering the Witmore Farms building for the purpose of committing stealing and threatening physical injury to a man. Judge Long bound the case over to circuit court for an April 8 arraignment.

Jason R. Hernandez, 32, of Tulsa, Okla., appeared with the public defender and waived a March 17 preliminary hearing on a Class B felony charge of first-degree domestic assault and two Class C felony charges of endangering the welfare of a child accusing him of causing a woman with whom he had a continuing relationship to be ejected from a moving vehicle and striking her repeatedly with his fists on Jan. 25 and endangering two children under 17 by crashing the vehicle in which they were traveling into a rock embankment. Judge Long bound the case over to circuit court for an April 8 arraignment.

Brian A. Copeland, 24, of Dixon, appeared with his attorney and waived a March 17 preliminary hearing on three Class C felony charges of second-degree assault on a law enforcement officer and one Class D felony charge of resisting arrest accusing him of recklessly placing three sheriff’s deputies at risk of immediate physical injury by driving a vehicle at high speed toward them on Jan. 31 and then resisting arrest for that offense. Judge Long bound the case over to circuit court for an April 8 arraignment.

Tyrone K. Spence, 18, of St. Robert, appeared with his attorney, Stacy Birdsong McNally, and pleaded innocent on March 17 to a Class B felony charge of possession of a controlled substance with intent to distribute accusing him of possessing cocaine on Dec. 18. Judge Long bound the case over to circuit court for an April 8 arraignment.

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