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Pulaski County Circuit Court Reports, 8/17/2010
Officials with the Pulaski County Circuit Court have reported the following actions in recent cases:

Shannon Renee Vanderhoof, 22, of Laquey, waived an Aug. 17 preliminary hearing before Associate Circuit Judge Colin Long on a May 23 Class C felony charge of second-degree burglary, accusing her of entering a residence on the 13000 grid of Halt Drive on May 22 for the purpose of stealing. Judge Long bound her over to circuit court for a Sept. 8 preliminary hearing. 

Eric H. Vorum, 30, of Crocker, waived an Aug. 17 preliminary hearing before Associate Circuit Judge Colin Long on an April 26 Class C felony charge of possession of a controlled substance, accusing him possessing vicodin on Sept. 14, 2009, knowing of its presence and nature. Judge Long bound him over to circuit court for a Sept. 8 preliminary hearing. 

Brooke Elaine Benavidez, 43, of Newburg, waived an Aug. 17 preliminary hearing before Associate Circuit Judge Colin Long on a Class C felony charge of failure to return rented personal property, accusing her of renting a laptop computer on July 15, 2008, worth at least $500 from Keller’s Rental Place and concealing it for the purpose of depriving the business of its property. Judge Long bound her over to circuit court for a Sept. 8 preliminary hearing. 

John C. Bastean, 50, of Waynesville, waived an Aug. 17 preliminary hearing before Associate Circuit Judge Colin Long on an April 30 Class B felony charge of possession of a controlled substance with intent to distribute, accusing him of acting in concert with another person on Dec. 20, 2008 to possess more than five grams of marijuana with the intent to distribute. Judge Long bound him over to circuit court for a Sept. 8 preliminary hearing. 

Jakwiesha N. Nelson, 20, of St. Robert, waived an Aug. 17 preliminary hearing before Associate Circuit Judge Colin Long on a four Class C felony charges, an April 16 charge of second-degree burglary accusing her of entering a residence on Opal Circle on Feb. 19 for the purpose of stealing, a July 19 charge of second-degree burglary accusing her of acting in concert of another person to enter Wal-Mart on April 22 for the purpose of stealing, a June 28 charge of first-degree tampering accusing her of acting in concert with another person to knowingly deface a 2010 Ford Fusion owned by Sellers-Sexton Ford on June 28 without the owner’s consent, and a July 9 charge of second-degree burglary accusing her of acting in concert with another person to enter a building on Historic 66 owned by “A Place of Grace” on June 27 for the purpose of stealing. Judge Long bound her over to circuit court for a Sept. 8 preliminary hearing. 

John M. Overby, 60, of Crocker, waived an Aug. 17 preliminary hearing before Associate Circuit Judge Colin Long a July 2 Class D felony charge of resisting arrest and a June 21 Class D felony charge of first-degree property damage, both involving June 20 incidents, accusing him of using or threatening the use of violence or physical force while a Crocker policeman and a Pulaski County deputy were making an arrest for domestic assault and striking his head repeatedly against the glass partition of the safety cage in a Pulaski County patrol car while near the intersection of Highway DD and Highway 17, breaking the glass, rendering the cage inoperable, and causing damage greater than $750. Judge Long bound him over to circuit court for a Sept. 8 preliminary hearing. 

Henry J. Barba, 47, of Waynesville, waived an Aug. 17 preliminary hearing before Associate Circuit Judge Colin Long on two April 26 Class C felony charges of stealing and forgery, accusing him of acting in concert with another person on April 15 to take the credit card of a woman without her knowledge and sign a credit card receipt without authorization, an additional Class C felony charge of stealing, accusing him of acting in concert with another person on April 20 to take the credit card of a woman without her knowledge and a Class D felony charge of fraudulent use of a credit device accusing him of using that credit card on the same date to obtain at least $500 cash without authorization. Judge Long bound him over to circuit court for a Sept. 8 preliminary hearing. 

Angela S. Tate, 49, of Waynesville, appeared with her attorney for an Aug. 17 preliminary hearing before Associate Circuit Judge Colin Long on a Class B felony charge of first-degree burglary and a Class D felony charge of first-degree property damage accusing her of entering an inhabited home on Dogwood Circle on Nov. 3, 2008, for the purpose of property damage and damaging a 2002 Ford F-150 pickup truck by repeatedly striking it with a brick, causing more than $750 worth of damage. Prosecutors presented evidence; neither Tate nor her attorney presented evidence. Judge Long found probable cause to believe she may be guilty of a felony and bound her over to circuit court for a Sept. 8 preliminary hearing. 

Jacquetta S. Richey, 43, of Richland, waived an Aug. 17 preliminary hearing before Associate Circuit Judge Colin Long on two April 14 Class C felony charges of forgery accusing her of passing a counterfeit $100 bill and passing a check drawn on a personal account from the Bank of Crocker without authorization, both on Dec. 16, 2009. Judge Long bound her over to circuit court for a Sept. 8 preliminary hearing. 

Ashanti S. Vance, 23, of St. Robert, waived an Aug. 17 preliminary hearing before Associate Circuit Judge Colin Long on an April 6 Class C felony charge of forgery, accusing her  of completing a traffic ticket with the intent to defraud so that it purported to have been made by another person. Judge Long bound him over to circuit court for a Sept. 8 preliminary hearing. 

Debra F. Beaty, 48, of Waynesville, appeared with her attorney for an Aug. 17 preliminary hearing before Associate Circuit Judge Colin Long on an April 30 Class B felony charge of possession of a controlled substance with intent to distribute, accusing her acting in concert with another to possess more than 5 grams of marijuana on Dec. 20, 2008. Prosecutors presented evidence; neither Beaty nor her attorney presented evidence. Judge Long found probable cause to believe she may be guilty of a felony and bound her over to circuit court for a Sept. 8 preliminary hearing. 

Cory R. York, 19, of Dixon, waived an Aug. 17 preliminary hearing before Associate Circuit Judge Colin Long on a June 30 Class C felony charge of receiving stolen property, accusing him of acting in concert with another person on June 30 to deprive the owner of a Kodak camera and eight Wii games worth at least $500 by receiving such property believing it had been stolen. Judge Long bound him over to circuit court for a Sept. 8 preliminary hearing. 

Ashley N. Plog (Abeita), 25, of Dixon, waived an Aug. 17 preliminary hearing before Associate Circuit Judge Colin Long on a June 23 Class C felony charge of second-degree assault, accusing her of driving while under the influence of alcohol on May 10, 2009, and acting with criminal negligence by driving off Interstate 44 and into a ditch by the eastbound on-ramp and causing physical injury to a boy in the car. Judge Long bound her over to circuit court for a Sept. 8 preliminary hearing. 

Noel Sylve, 22, of St. Robert, waived an Aug. 17 preliminary hearing before Associate Circuit Judge Colin Long on an April 15 Class B felony charge of possession of a controlled substance with intent to distribute, accusing her of acting in concert with another on March 31 to possess heroin with the intent to distribute. Judge Long bound her over to circuit court for a Sept. 8 preliminary hearing. 

Michael T. Esparza, 23, of Devil’s Elbow, waived an Aug. 17 preliminary hearing before Associate Circuit Judge Colin Long on two April 16 Class C felony charges of forgery, accusing him of acting concert with another person with the purpose to defraud by making two BP debit card purchases on Jan. 31 without authorization. Judge Long bound him over to circuit court for a Sept. 8 preliminary hearing. 

Andre D. McLean, 19, of Fort Leonard Wood, waived an Aug. 17 preliminary hearing before Associate Circuit Judge Colin Long on a Class D felony charge of fraudulent use of a debit device, accusing him of using a Focus Bank debit card to purchase clothing, games, and DVDs worth at least $500 from Wal-Mart between July 15 and 18 without authorization. Judge Long bound him over to circuit court for a Sept. 8 preliminary hearing. 

Leroy Vanderhoof, 20, of St. Robert, waived an Aug. 17 preliminary hearing before Associate Circuit Judge Colin Long on a June 28 Class C felony charge of first-degree tampering accusing him of acting in concert with others to deface a 2010 Ford Fusion owned by Sellers-Sexton Ford on June 28 without the owner’s consent. Judge Long bound him over to circuit court for a Sept. 8 preliminary hearing. 

Kyle B. Reardon, 21, of Dixon, waived an Aug. 17 preliminary hearing before Associate Circuit Judge Colin Long on a June 30 Class C felony charge of stealing, accusing him of acting in concert with another person to appropriate a Kodak camera and 8 Wii games from the St. Robert Wal-Mart worth at least $500 without the owner’s consent. Judge Long bound him over to circuit court for a Sept. 8 preliminary hearing. 

Robert M. Dowling, 29, of Dixon, waived an Aug. 17 preliminary hearing before Associate Circuit Judge Colin Long on three July 20 Class C felony charges of possession of a controlled substance, accusing him of possessing 31 tablets labeled OC/40, two tablets labeled E712/10/325, and two tablets labeled Endo:602, all containing oxycodone, on April 18, 2009. Judge Long bound him over to circuit court for a Sept. 8 preliminary hearing. 

Clarence A. Palmer Jr., 35, of Dixon, appeared with his attorney for an Aug. 17 preliminary hearing before Associate Circuit Judge Colin Long on a May 27 Class B felony charge of first-degree burglary, accusing him of entering a residence on the 21000 grid of Highway 28 on May 26 for the purpose of committing assault while another person was present. Prosecutors presented evidence; neither Palmer nor his attorney presented evidence. Judge Long found probable cause to believe he may be guilty of a felony and bound him over to circuit court for a Sept. 8 preliminary hearing. 

Tony R. Adams, 38, of Waynesville, appeared with his attorney for an Aug. 17 preliminary hearing before Associate Circuit Judge Colin Long on a June 17 Class C felony charge of first-degree tampering, accusing him of defacing a 2000 Cadillac Deville Touring four-door passenger car on June 8 without the owner’s consent. Prosecutors presented evidence; neither Adams nor his attorney presented evidence. Judge Long found probable cause to believe he may be guilty of a felony and bound him over to circuit court for a Sept. 8 preliminary hearing. 

James I. Thomas, 35, of St. Robert, waived an Aug. 17 preliminary hearing before Associate Circuit Judge Colin Long on a Dec. 22, 2009 Class C felony charge of receiving stolen property accusing him of receiving a gold wedding ring, an Insignia TV, a Ruger .22 rifle, a 16-gauge shotgun, a 32” flat screen TV and a Sony PlayStation worth at least $500 on Nov. 5, 2009, knowing they had been stolen. Judge Long bound him over to circuit court for a Sept. 8 preliminary hearing. 

Brittany Anna Johnson, 20, of St. Robert, waived an Aug. 17 preliminary hearing before Associate Circuit Judge Colin Long on a Class B felony charge of first-degree burglary, accusing her of entering the St. Robert Wal-Mart on June 1 for the purpose of stealing while another person was present. Judge Long bound her over to circuit court for a Sept. 8 preliminary hearing. 

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