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Seneca Woman Enters Guilty Plea In Lortscher Agri Service Embezzlement Case

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A guilty plea by a Seneca woman, Elizabeth Schraad, was entered Thursday in Nemaha County District Court. A charge of making false information was dismissed, with the plea to charges of felony theft by deception. She and her son, Jon Schraad, of Sabetha allegedly embezzled over $100,000 over 12 1/2 years from Lortscher Agri Service of Bern, while employed by ...

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Baynton seeks to withdraw her plea

Amanda Baynton, sentenced to 15 years in prison for the June 2011 murder of her husband, Derek, has filed a motion seeking to withdraw her plea in the case, citing inadequate counsel by her defense attorney.  She pled no contest a year ago to charges of second degree murder and aggravated assault as part of her plea agreement. District Judge John Weingart has set ...

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Carroll Found Guilty

Former Marshall County Attorney Brian Carroll entered a plea of “No Contest” to a single count of theft at the preliminary hearing on Tuesday. Carroll was then found guilty by the presiding district judge. Sentencing was set for the morning of November 22nd at 11:00. The case against Carroll was the result of alligations that Carroll misappropriated more than 70-thousand-dollars ...

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Washington Woman To Be Sentenced In Norton County Court

A Washington Kansas woman will be sentenced for two trafficking charges in August in Norton County District Court. Jennifer Layman was originally charged with three counts of traffic in contraband into a correctional facility in connection with an alleged April 14th incident. Those charges are level five and six non-person felonies. In a plea agreement, Layman pled guilty to two ...

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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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