Several Sentenced to Jail in District Court

On Monday in Stanton County District Court Two Fugitives from Justice made their initial appearances.  Christopher Smith, 35, Galveston, Texas was arraigned on a felony Theft (Probation Violation) charge after he was extradited from Texas by the Stanton County Sheriff’s office.  Smith was originally arrested last year for stealing a mobile camper from the Off Road Ranch by the Sheriff’s office.  He violated his terms of probation and was arrested on a warrant in Galveston, Texas.  He remains in custody and is scheduled to appear again in December.

Marjorie Kuester, 41, of Neosha, MO was extradited back to Stanton County by the Sheriff’s office following her arrest in Southern Missouri on a Stanton County District Court Warrant for Contempt of Court.  She paid $5000.00 to purge her case and was released from custody pending further court proceedings.

Sentenced to sixty days in jail was Kash Wolff, 27, Homeless for a Revocation of Probation on a drug violation.  He was arrested earlier this year by the Sheriff’s office on a Possession of Methamphetamine charge.

Alissa Fink, 20, Norfolk was sentenced 90 days in jail following her conviction of Attempted Possession of a Controlled Substance (Ecstasy).  She was arrested earlier this year in Stanton by the Sheriff’s office.

Laura Everett, 36, Stanton pled guilty to Possession of Methamphetamine and will be sentenced in January.  She was arrested by the Stanton County Sheriff’s office following a traffic stop in Stanton earlier this year.

Derrick Phillips, 25, Norfolk was given sixty days in jail each for convictions of Reckless Driving and Leaving the Scene of an Accident.  He was originally arrested last year in Woodland Park by the Sheriff’s office and recently taken into custody on an arrest warrant.