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Pulaski County Circuit Court Reports, 8/27/2010
Officials with the Pulaski County Circuit Court have reported the following actions in recent cases:

Edwin Espinal, 23, of Waynesville, pleaded innocent on Aug. 27 before Associate Circuit Judge Colin Long to an Aug. 25 Class A felony charge of first-degree domestic assault accusing him of knowingly causing serious injury to a woman with whom he had a continuing relationship with by striking her numerous times in her face and head on Aug. 25. Judge Long scheduled a Sept. 7 advice-of-counsel hearing, ordered him to personally appear and set his bond at $250,000 cash-only.

Raymond D. Haggard, 25, of St. Robert, pleaded innocent on Aug. 27 before Associate Circuit Judge Colin Long to two Aug. 23 charges, a Class A felony of first-degree robbery and Class B felony of first-degree burglary, accusing him of acting in concert with another on Aug. 22 to enter a home on the 24000 grid of Rustler Lane for the purpose of committing assault while a resident was present and forcibly stealing a cellular phone and U.S. currency while another participant in the crime, Corey Williams, displayed what appeared to be a deadly weapon. Prosecutors also noted that Haggard is eligible for an extended sentence as a persistent offender with three prior felony guilty pleas to Class C felony stealing in 2003, Class C felony possession of a controlled substance in 2004, and Class D felony unlawful use of a weapon in 2005. Judge Long scheduled a Sept. 7 advice-of-counsel hearing, ordered him to personally appear and set his bond at $100,000.

Corey L. Williams, 33, of Waynesville, pleaded innocent on Aug. 27 before Associate Circuit Judge Colin Long to three Aug. 23 felony charges, Class A first-degree robbery, Class B first-degree burglary, and armed criminal action, accusing him of acting in concert with another on Aug. 22 to enter a home on the 24000 grid of Rustler Lane for the purpose of committing assault while a resident was present, forcibly stealing a cellular phone and U.S. currency, and threatening the use of a gun. Prosecutors noted that the defendant eligible for an extended prison term as a persistent offender, having pleaded guilty to two previous Class B felonies of first-degree assault and possession with intent to distribute a controlled substance. Judge Long scheduled a Sept. 7 advice-of-counsel hearing and set his bond at $100,000 cash-only.

Sarah Lynn Sagel, 18, of Waynesville, pleaded innocent on Aug. 27 before Associate Circuit Judge Colin Long to an Aug. 25 Class C felony charge of first-degree child endangerment, accusing her of grabbing the throat of a child less than 17, pulling her hair and striking her head on a hard floor surface, causing numerous cuts, abrasions and three significant knots to the child’s head. Judge Long scheduled a Sept. 7 advice-of-counsel hearing, ordered her to personally appear and set her bond at $15,000.

John W. Fraser, 27. of Crocker, pleaded innocent on Aug. 27 before Associate Circuit Judge Colin Long to two Aug. 20 Class D felony charges of unlawful use of a weapon and resisting arrest accusing him of knowingly exhibiting a hatchet in an angry or threatening manner and threatening to use violence or physical force for the purpose of resisting arrest, both on Aug. 19. Judge Long scheduled a Sept. 7 advice-of-counsel hearing, ordered him to personally appear and set his bond at $25,000.

Matthew Weldon Shelton, 27, of St. Robert, pleaded innocent on Aug. 27 before Associate Circuit Judge Colin Long to a July 16 Class D felony charge of unlawful use of a weapon, accusing him of knowingly possessing a loaded .45 caliber Hi-Point Model JHP semi-automatic pistol on Feb. 21 while intoxicated. Judge Long scheduled a Sept. 7 advice-of-counsel hearing.

Deandre T. Rodgers, 24, of Fort Leonard Wood, pleaded innocent on Aug. 27 before Associate Circuit Judge Colin Long to a Class C felony charge of failure to return rented personal property, accusing him of leasing a 55-inch Phillips LCD TV from Keller’s Rental Place worth at least $500 and concealing it on Oct. 13, 2008. Judge Long scheduled a Sept. 23 advice-of-counsel hearing.

Destinne L. Lake, 18, of St. Robert, pleaded innocent on Aug. 27 before Associate Circuit Judge Colin Long to an Aug. 8 Class C felony charge of stealing accusing her of taking a credit card belonging to another person on Aug. 7 without his consent. Judge Long scheduled a Sept. 7 advice-of-counsel hearing.

Michael W. Harper, 32, of Waynesville, pleaded innocent on Aug. 27 before Associate Circuit Judge Colin Long to a Class B felony charge of attempting to produce a controlled substance and a Class D felony charge of resisting a lawful stop, accusing him of gathering and possessing equipment and devices, chemicals and heat source to produce methamphetamine on May 21, and while officers were attempting to stop his vehicle on the same date, fleeing in such a manner to risk of serious injury or death by driving into oncoming lanes of traffic, speeding, and losing control for brief periods on public roadways. Judge Long scheduled a Sept. 23 advice-of-counsel hearing.

Jamel V. Hampton, 28, St. Robert, pleaded innocent on Aug. 27 before Associate Circuit Judge Colin Long to a Class D felony of driving while his license was revoked, accusing him of driving on Highway Z on July 28 with a revoked license, having previously been convicted in 2002 in St. Louis County for stealing a motor vehicle and resisting arrest in 2001, convicted in Pulaski County in 2008 for driving without a valid license, and being convicted on Aug. 11 in Pulaski County for driving while revoked the previous December. Judge Long scheduled a Sept. 23 advice-of-counsel hearing.

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