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Kansas Supreme Court Upholds Brammer Conviction


The Kansas Supreme Court last Friday upheld the conviction of Jason Lee Brammer, of Frankfort, who was found guilty by a Marshall County Jury on charges of involuntary manslaughter while driving under the influence of alcohol, and having no liability insurance. The charges stem from an accident in 2009 that claimed the life of Marysville teenager Taylor White, when the ...

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Pfizenmaier Sentenced To 32 Months In Prison


Sheldon Pfizenmaier of Green, Kansas was sentenced earlier this month to 32 months in prison, on charges related to an accident October 1st, 2013 on U.S. Highway 36 south of Hanover, which resulted in the death of Larry Mueller of Hanover. Pfizenmaier had pled no contest to three counts, including a felony allegation for failure to stop following the accident, ...

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High Speed Police Chase Ends In Crash

A high speed chase out of Beatrice early Friday morning ended on Highway 8 east of Odell. Nineteen-year-old Jacob Wissler of Pawnee City was arrested on charges including flight to avoid arrest, willful reckless driving, minor in possession and suspicion of driving under the influence among others, and was being held on $10,000 bond. Pursuit began around 3 a.m. after ...

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Wymore Man Sentenced to Prison

District Judge Paul Korslund sentenced a 36-year-old Wymore man to 14-15 years in prison Wednesday morning. Paul W. Mick was found guilty of burglary, operating a motor vehicle to avoid arrest and driving under the influence earlier this month after leading Gage County Sheriff’s deputies on a high speed chase with a stolen car last September. In addition to the ...

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Wymore Man Accepts Plea Agreement

A Wymore man, Paul Mick age 36, has entered into a plea agreement with Gage County officials. The first case involving Mick includes charges of burglary, fleeing police, and driving under the influence. The second case is a charge of second degree forgery. Mick broke into Max’s Automotive and taking a 1968 Ford Fairlane, Gage County Chief Deputy Attorney Rick ...

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