On Monday in Stanton County District Court the following men were given jail sentences. Simon Cassell, 42, of Norfolk was sentenced to one year in county jail following his conviction for Driving While Intoxicated-3rd offense. Cassell was arrested by the Stanton County Sheriff’s office on Hwy 275 near Norfolk.
Solomon Partee, 33, formerly of Stanton was sentenced to 132 days in jail following his conviction for 3rd Degree Domestic Assault. Partee was arrested earlier this year in Stanton by the Sheriff’s office following an assault of his former girlfriend and mother of his child.
Robert Kment Jr, 46, of Stanton found guilty of Contributing to the Delinquency of a Child, Selling Tobacco or electronic nicotine to a minor, Selling Tobacco or elctronic nicotine without a license. Kment was sentenced to one year of probation, a $1000.00 fine and 45 days in jail to be served in October 2022. Kment was arrested following an investigation by the Sheriff’s office into the unlawful sale of tobacco products to students at Stanton High School. Two students were earlier convicted of criminal charges as adults for their involvment in the case. As part of plea agreement charges against Jennifer Kment were dismissed.
Trinity Moore, 21, of Norfolk was sentenced to ninety days in jail for Child Abuse. She was arrested following an investigation by the Sheriff’s office and Nebraska HHS earlier this year into an incident involving a child at a Woodland Park residence.
Pleading guilty were Donald Detlefsen, 51, of Stanton who pled guilty to Possession of Methamphetamine. He was arrested last Christmas Day in Stanton by the Sheriff’s office after the execution of a search warrant at a Stanton residence. Also pleading guilty in that case was Matthew Peyton, 46, of Stanton to a charge of Attempted Possession of Methamphetamine. A third co-defendent Jacqueline Hoover early plead guilty to a felony drug charge and all three will be sentenced next year.
Also entering a guilty plea to a Probation Violation on a methamphetmaine charge was Paul Sciarappa, 51, of Stanton. Sciaarrappa recently was convicted of the drug violation and placed on probation after his arrest earlier this year by the Sheriff’s office at his residence and recently was found to be in violation and will be resentenced.