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Pulaski County Circuit Court Reports, 6/26/2014

Officials with the Pulaski County Circuit Court have reported the following actions in recent cases:

Christopher Sandusky, 27, of Dixon, was arraigned on June 24 before Associate Circuit Judge Colin Long on a Class C felony charge of stealing accusing him of taking a large window air conditioner worth at least $500 on June 20. Judge Long scheduled a June 30 advice of counsel hearing, ordered him to personally appear, and set his bond at $25,000.

Ashley L. Suggett, 28, of Jefferson City, was arraigned on June 24 before Associate Circuit Judge Colin Long on three Class B felony charges of second-degree assault on a law enforcement officer accusing her of driving her vehicle directly in a head-on direction at Crocker Police Chief Chris Twitchell and Pulaski County Sheriff Ron Long, and at a vehicle in which another law enforcement officer was riding such that Sheriff Long had to make evasive maneuvers, and and one Class D felony charge of resisting a lawful stop accusing her of fleeing from Sheriff Long and creating a substantial risk of serious physical injury or death to other people by driving at speeds exceeding 70 mph on gravel roads and 100 mph on paved roads on June 19. Judge Long scheduled a June 30 advice of counsel hearing, ordered her to personally appear, and set her bond at $200,000 cash-only. 

Antonio Dwayne First, 29, of Waynesville, was arraigned on June 25 before Associate Circuit Judge Colin Long on a Class B felony charge of possession of a controlled substance with intent to distribute accusing him of possessing more than 5 grams of marijuana on Oct. 21, 2013. Judge Long scheduled a July 1 advice of counsel hearing, ordered him to personally appear, and set his bond at $5,000. 

William T. Mantanona, 33, of Dixon, was arraigned on June 24 before Associate Circuit Judge Colin Long on a Class C felony charge of second-degree assault and a Class D felony charge of unlawful use of a weapon accusing him of attempting to cause physical injury by trying to slash a man with a machete on June 17. Judge Long scheduled a July 1 advice of counsel hearing, ordered him to personally appear, and set his bond at $150,000.

Michael T. Esparza, 27, of Devil’s Elbow, was arraigned on June 24 before Associate Circuit Judge Colin Long on four Class C felonies of second-degree burglary, unlawful possession of a firearm, stealing of a firearm, and receiving stolen property accusing him of entering a home on Highway Y for the purpose of stealing, acting in concert with another to take a Marlin 30/30 rifle, and receiving the rifle knowing or believing it ad been stolen, all on May 13, and also being a persistent offender having been convicted of two previous felony burglaries on Feb. 14 of this year and Nov. 3, 2010. Judge Long set his bond at $500,000.

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