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The following felony has been disposed in Ced-ar County:

Chad E. Huff, 35, Bolivar, class A misdemeanor assault in the third degree with physical injury. Guilty plea, sentenced to…

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Posted: Wednesday, May 21, 2008 12:00 am

Chad E. Huff, 35, Bolivar, class A misdemeanor assault in the third degree with physical injury. Guilty plea, sentenced to 120 days incarceration, ordered to pay costs of $333.50.

The following misdemea-nors have been disposed in Cedar County:

Michelle Rodabaugh, 50, El Dorado Springs, class A misdemeanor passing a bad check worth less than $500. Guilty plea, ordered to pay fine and costs of $541.41.

Amanda Kay Savage, 37, Stockton, class A misdemeanor operating motor-cycle when driver's license not validated for such op-eration. Guilty plea, sentenced to one year probation, suspended imposition of sentence.

Joseph M. Burnett Jr., 30, El Dorado Springs, class A misdemeanor driving while intoxicated — prior offender, infraction failure to wear seat belt. Guilty plea, sentenced to 30 days incarceration in jail, suspended execution of sentence, sentenced to two years probation, ordered to pay fine and costs of $285.

Joseph Matthew Kaskie, 46, Fair Play, class B misdemeanor driving while intoxicated, class C misdemea-nor failure to signal when turning. Guilty plea, sentenced to two years probation, suspended imposition of sentence, sentenced to victim impact panel, order-ed to pay fine and costs

of $563.50.

Leo R. Benenhaley, 38, El Dorado Springs, class

A misdemeanor driving while revoked. Guilty plea, sentenced to two years

probation, suspended im-position of sentence, sentenced to 30 days shock incarceration, ordered to pay $866.50.

Patricia Moorman, 52, Jerico Springs, class A

misdemeanor passing a

bad check worth less than $500. Guilty plea, sentenced to one year probation, suspended imposition of sentence.

Kenneth Cerny Jr., 34, El Dorado Springs, class C misdemeanor assault in the third degree. Guilty plea, ordered to pay fine and costs of $131.50.

Nicholas William Roe, 18, El Dorado Springs, infraction trespassing in the second degree. Guilty plea, sentenced to one year probation, suspended imposition of sentence,

Jeffery D. Reedy, 28, El Dorado Springs, class A misdemeanor passing a bad check worth less than $500. Guilty plea, ordered to pay fine of $25 and costs.

The following civil actions have been filed in Ced-

ar County:

Capital One Bank, Glen Allen, Va., plaintiff, vs. Amanda L. Youngblood, address unknown, defendant, breach of contract. No hearing scheduled.

Asset Acceptance LLC, Warren, Mich., plaintiff, vs. Becky S. Vanderwoude, El Dorado Springs, defendant, suit on account. Hearing scheduled for 9 a.m. Tuesday, May 27.

Heather Haak, address unknown, petitioner, vs. Roger L. Franklin, Stockton, respondent, adult abuse stalking. Hearing scheduled for 1 p.m. Tuesday, May 13.

Heather Haak, address unknown, petitioner, vs. Dixie Bankston, Stockton, respondent, adult abuse stalking. Hearing scheduled for 1 p.m. Tuesday, May 13.

Donna Sue May, address unknown, petitioner, vs. Lisa A. Gannaway, El Dorado Springs, respondent, adult abuse. Hearing scheduled for 1 p.m. Tuesday, May 13.

Susan Butcher, address unknown, petitioner, vs. Kevin Butcher, Humansville, respondent, child protection act. Hearing scheduled for 1 p.m. Tuesday, May 13.

The following civil actions have been disposed in Cedar County:

Raymond K. Simhiser, Stockton, petitioner, vs. Bridget A. Simhiser, Stockton, respondent, motion to modify. Consent judgment entered modifying judgment of dissolution of marriage.

Beverly A. Brodin, Spotsylvania, Va., petitioner, vs. Teddy J. Blevins, Jerico Springs, respondent, UIF-SA responding. Dismissed by parties.

Jessica Lynn Counts, El Dorado Springs, petitioner, vs. Richard Lee Counts, Liberal, respondent, motion to modify. Dismissed by court without prejudice.

Richard Lee Hutson, Stockton, petitioner, vs. Tif-fany R. Gilmore, Inglewood, Calif., respondent, family access motion. Dismissed by court without prejudice.

Leslie Hamlett, address unknown, petitioner, vs. Kenneth D. Foster, Stockton, respondent, adult abuse. Dismissed by court without prejudice.

Stephanie Higgins, ad-dress unknown, petitioner, vs. Jedadiah Watson, Fair Play, respondent, adult ab-use. Dismissed by parties.

Waymon James Johnson, address unknown, petitioner, vs. Rebecca Blum, Stockton, respondent, adult abuse stalking. Dismissed by court without prejudice.

John Bruce, address unknown, petitioner, vs. Michelle Koger, El Dorado Springs, respondent, adult abuse stalking. Dismissed by court without prejudice.

Michael Ellifrits, address unknown, petitioner, vs. Carrie Ellifrits, El Dorado Springs, respondent, child protection act. Dismissed by court without prejudice.

Misty Lea Burns, address unknown, petitioner, vs. David Robin Burns, El Dor-ado Springs, respondent, child protection act. Dismissed by court with-

out prejudice.

Convergence Receivables LLC, Arnold, plaintiff, vs. Aubrey S. Williams, Jerico Springs, defendant, breach of contract. Default judgment entered for plaintiff. Defendant ordered to pay $810.14.

Atlantic Credit and Fi-nance Inc., Roanoke, Va., plaintiff, vs. Charles R. Smith, El Dorado Springs, defendant, suit on account. Dismissed by parties.

GE Money Bank, Alpha-retta, Ga., plaintiff, vs. Jose Bedolla, Stockton, defendant, suit on account. Dismissed by parties.

Donald E. Woodrome, Stockton, plaintiff, vs. Director of Revenue, State of Missouri, defendant, limitation of driving priviledges. Tried by civil court, ordered the defendant is enjoined from revoking or suspending the license of the plaintiff

for chemical refusal relating to events on or about Nov. 5, 2007.

Stockton Auto Parts Inc., Shane and Tori Messenger, Stockton, plaintiffs, vs. Rob Shirley, Stockton, defendant, small claims worth more than $100. Dismissed by parties.

The following people have been cited for traffic violations in Cedar County:

Steven Allen Caudill, El Dorado Springs, failure

to affix motor vehicle plat-

es, $85.

Melissa Coonts, El Dorado Springs, speeding, failure to secure child in booster seat or safety belt, $100.

Bobbi Jo Jennings, Stockton, driving with visibility-reducing material applied to windshield, $70.

Natausha N. Laning, El Dorado Springs, failure to register vehicle, $70.

Jayson E. Linker, Stockton, speeding, $90.

Waldon Lamay Moss, Columbia, speeding, $75.

Jessica S. Smith, Stockton, failure to wear seat

belt, $10.

Brian M. Tipton, Springfield, speeding, $90.

The following marriage licenses have been filed with the Recorder of Deeds office:

Bryant Scott Ashlock, 19, El Dorado Springs, to Stacie Ann Williamson, 18, El Dorado Springs.

James Zitting, 41, Hu-mansville, to Nicole C. Simmons, 36, Humansville.

David I. Cain, 28, Springfield, to Sarah E. Acker,

23, Springfield.

The following dissolu-|tion of marriage has

been filed:

Kristi Marie Martinez, Jerico Springs, petitioner, vs. Javier Martinez, Gaines-ville, Texas, respondent.

The following dissolu-

tion of marriage has been disposed:

Brent Hamilton, El Dorado Springs, petitioner, vs. Jennifer Sue Hamilton, Boise, Idaho, respondent.

The following land transfers have been recorded from May 2 through May 9:

Connie M. Lau to Regan D. Lee, land in sec. 16, twsp. 36, range 27.

Michelle S. Gray, trustee, to Brian James and Vannessa J. Gray, land in sec. 36, twsp. 34, range 25.

Brenda J. and Clifford N. Austin Jr. to Brenda J. and Clifford N. Austin Jr. and Clifford N. Austin III, land in sec. 4, twsp. 34, range 25.

Carol Sue Christie, aka Carol Sue Davis, to Billy B. and Dorothy E. Vantuyl, trustees, lots 7-9, block 1, Richardson's Addition to El Dorado Springs.

Ruth M. Ragan to Gordon Johnson, land in sec. 34, twsp. 36, range 27.

Richard W. and Sharon A. Gardner to Derek A. and Terri A. Davis, lot 4, block 5, Phillips Addition to El Dorado Springs.

Britton and Alice Lay to Raymon L. and Kuei C. Yarnell, land in sec. 10, twsp. 35, range 28.

Michael R. and Holly R. Mann to Michael D. and Linda S. Mann, land in sec. 18, twsp. 35, range 28.

Jess R. and Clara H. Ball to Gary R. Ball, land in sec. 13, twsp. 35, range 25.

Ariel E. and Delois J. Chorn to Thurman F. and Kathleen Linn, trustees, land in sec. 17, twsp. 34, range 25.

The Cedar County Commission met Monday, April 28. Present were Kenneth Whitesell, Jr., presiding commissioner; Byron Hamilton, northern commissioner; John Fox, southern commissioner; and Peggy Kenney, county clerk.

Minutes from Monday, April 21, were read

and approved.

Road and bridge supervisor Richard Graves submitted the following report: Two graders worked in the Herriman Chapel, Love Cemetery, substation, Blackmore Road, Cedar Springs and Richard Wood areas. Two graders worked west of Highway 97 to Jerico Springs, north back to the Wagner/Ted Sell area. The crew replaced a culvert pipe on 676 Road west of 651 Road and replaced a culvert pipe on 1070 Road north of Highway 32. The dump truck is hauling gravel to Bear Creek, Cedar Springs and south of Highway 54 on 801 Road. The wood chipper and bucket truck are working west of Highway 97 in the Ron Coulter, Osiris and county line areas. The crew patched boards on Bear Creek iron bridge.

The commission review-ed employee evaluations.

The commission discussed adopting a sal-

ary cap policy. No action was taken.

Ron Broksieck discussed his concerns with the Owen Mill Bridge project. He wanted to ensure the historical dam wasn't being altered. The commission contacted Great River Engineering, which verified everything was in compliance according to the archaeologist

who submitted no findings during their inspection Tuesday, April 22, in accordance to Section 106 compli-

ance concerns.

Charlie Simmons discussed his concerns with commissions about the iron bridge at Bear Creek.

County assessor Eddie Johnson met with the commissioners to process court orders 11423 through 11440 to add-on the assessed valuation of newly purchased personal property.

Bills were approved

and paid.

The following are the Cedar County Sheriff's Office activities for May

5-11:

On May 5: A deputy responded to a report of suspicious activity.

A caller reported a careless and imprudent driver.

A deputy responded to take a report of a lock cut and electrical items missing.

Stockton Fire was dispatched to a vehicle fire

on Highway M near Highway AA.

Deputies responded to assist with a Division of Family Services case.

A deputy arrested James D. Atwood on a Polk Coun-

ty warrant.

A caller reported a possibly intoxicated driver.

On May 6: A caller reported horses out on Highway 32 south of El Dorado Springs.

A conservation agent was notified of a case of trash dumping.

Jerico Springs Volunteer Fire Department was dispatched to a brush fire.

A caller reported a careless and imprudent driver.

A caller reported a minor vehicle accident on Highway M.

Road deputies were advised to check for a suspicious vehicle.

A caller reported a possibly intoxicated driver.

A deputy responded to a report of small boys with knives. The deputy spoke with the boys' parents.

A caller reported a careless and imprudent driver.

A caller reported the theft of a pig.

A deputy responded to a report of a suspicious vehicle. The vehicle was gone when the deputy arrived.

A deputy responded to a report of a possibly intoxicated driver. The deputy reported the driver was not intoxicated.

A caller reported a vehicle/deer accident.

On May 7: An individual reported an assault.

A caller made a report of mailbox damage.

A deputy responded to a report of an assault. A report was taken.

A caller reported cows out.

The city superintendent was advised of a found dog.

A deputy discovered a burglary at Fast Stop.

A deputy responded to a report of sign and mailbox damage along Highway Z.

An employee of Hot Spot reported an individual leaving without paying for gasoline in the amount of $30.31.

A deputy responded to assist ambulance personnel with a medical call.

On May 8: A deputy responded to Randy Bland Motors to a report of an open door.

A deputy arrested Dennis M. Spiva for driving while suspended.

A deputy arrested Roddy A. Ramirez for failure to appear on sexual misconduct and assault charges.

A caller reported cows out.

A caller reported cows out on Highway 32 west of Stockton.

A deputy responded to a report of suspicious activity. Nothing was found.

A deputy responded to take a report of a stolen gun.

A deputy responded to a report of four-wheelers tearing up the roadway.

A deputy responded to a report of an out-of-control juvenile.

On May 9: A deputy responded to a report of suspicious activity.

Kansas City police arrested Walter Johnson on a Cedar County warrant for bad checks.

A deputy responded to a duress alarm at Woods Supermarket.

A caller made a report of a careless and imprudent driver.

A deputy responded to a report of three people taking the bandstand down in the city park. The deputy advised the report was unfounded.

A deputy responded to a dispute between neighbors.

A caller reported cows out.

A deputy responded to check out a report of an intoxicated pedestrian. Nothing was found.

On May 10: A caller reported an electrical pole was sparking one mile east of Filley on Highway 32.

A deputy responded to take a report of a vehicle taken without permission.

A deputy responded to a dispute.

The following are the El Dorado Springs Police Department activities for May 5-11:

There were seven ambulance assists, 13 animal control calls, 12 assists to other agencies, five escorts, seven nuisance calls, six summons served and 57 other requests for a total of 101 requests for assistance.

On May 5: A juvenile was taken into custody at 7:30 p.m. in a South Highway 32 department store on suspicion of shoplifting.

On May 6: Misty M. Rock, 28, El Dorado Springs, was arrested at 1:43 a.m. at 110 N. Park St. for creating a noise disturbance and resisting arrest. She was released on recognizance pending a court appearance.

At 10:42 a.m. officers investigated a theft of stolen medication from a vehicle in the 1300 block of South Highway 32.

At 3:22 p.m. two vehicles collided at 721 N. Jackson St. No injuries were reported.

At 9 p.m. officers investigated a theft of a bicycle from the 200 block of West Freeman Street.

On May 7: At 8:21 p.m. officers investigated a theft of a bicycle from the 400 block of South Park Street.

On May 9: At 7:15 p.m. officers investigated a previously reported theft of identification documents in the 500 block of East Fields Street.

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