Dec 02, 2019 7:54 PM

Panhandle police activity, Nov. 21 - Dec. 2

Posted Dec 02, 2019 7:54 PM

*All individuals included in this post are innocent of crimes until proven guilty in a court of law. The Panhandle Post assumes no legal liability or responsibility for the accuracy, or completeness, of this information. Any person who believes information provided is not accurate may submit a complaint via the “Contact Us” tab on the homepage.


Box Butte Co:


-Matthew Baldwin, Class 3A Felony, Assault by confined person - no weapon


-Dalton Houck, Class 2A Felony, Burglary, Theft-unlawful taking $5,000 +, Class 4 Felony, Possess controlled substance, Class 1 Misdemeanor, Criminal mischief $1,500 - 4,999, Infraction, Possess marijuana 1 oz or less, Possess or use drug paraphernalia


-Jacob A. Martin, Class 4 Felony, Possess controlled substance, Class W Misdemeanor, DUI, Class 1 Misdemeanor, Carry concealed weapon, Class 3 Misdemeanor, Unlawful acts relating to drugs, Infraction, Possess K2/synthetic 1 oz or less, Possess or use drug paraphernalia


-Jacob Magnuson, Class 2 Misdemeanor, Theft-unlawful taking $0-500, Roger D Big Crow, Class 3 Misdemeanor, Drive under suspension before being reinstated by state, Infraction, Possess marijuana 1 oz or less, Possess or use drug paraphernalia

-Seth K. Clark, Infraction, Possess marijuana 1 oz or less

-Jace A. Moss, Class 3 Misdemeanor, No operator's license/non-waiverable, Unlawful/fictional display or plate/renew tab, Class 2 Misdemeanor, No proof of insurance

-Justin R. Van Horn, Class 2 Misdemeanor, Violate deer regulations

-Casey L. Rice, Class 2 Misdemeanor, Violate deer regulations

-Theodore J. Dickeson, Class 2 Misdemeanor, Issue no-account check-less than $500


Scotts Bluff Co:


-Michael Spahr, 3rd degree sexual assault, Sex offender registration


-Joshua David Radomski, Possession of controlled substance, Possession with intent to deliver, Use of firearm to commit felony, Child abuse, Possess firearm by prohibited person


-Gregory Martinez, Possession of controlled substance, open container


DJ Gibbons- Possession of controlled substance


-Carissa Haulman, Possession of controlled substance


-Antonio Sauceda, Possession of controlled substance, Theft of services, False reporting, Ficticious plates, Possess marijuana, No operator's license


-Robert Milutinovich, Unlawful intrusion without consent, Unlawful dist of an inmate image


Dawes Co:


-Wayne M True Blood, Class W Misdemeanor, DUI, Class 3 Misdemeanor, No operators license/non-waiverable, Operate or park unregistered vehicle, Infraction, Fail to stay in lane

-Karina Pizano-:arra, Class 3 Misdemeanor, Minor in possession, Infraction, Possess marijuana 1 oz or less, Possess or use drug paraphernalia

-Shawne Russell, Class 1 Misdemeanor, Assault 3rd degree, Criminal trespass 1st degree, Class 3 Misdemeanor, Disturbing the peace, Criminal mischief $0-500

-Cole R. Meister, Infraction, Possess or use drug paraphernalia

-Ian A. Meng, Class 1 Misdemeanor, Attempt of a class 4 felony

-Aloysius A. Dreamer, Class 3 Misdemeanor, Fail to appear or comply with citation

-Cassandra Fortin, Class 3 Misdemeanor, Fail to appear or comply with citation

-Gabriella Peres, Class 3 Misdemeanor, Minor in possession

-Matthew Vargas, Class 1 Misdemeanor, Assault 3rd degree

-Jacob Brown, Class 3 Misdemeanor, Drive under suspension before being reinstated by the state, Infraction, Careless driving

-Omar Ziane, Class 3 Misdemeanor, Fail to appear or comply with citation



Continue Reading Panhandle Post
Dec 02, 2019 7:54 PM
Troopers assist 400 motorists during snowy Thanksgiving weekend

LINCOLN — Troopers with the Nebraska State Patrol were busy throughout Thanksgiving weekend, during the annual “Click It or Ticket” campaign. Troopers worked overtime, responding to multiple winter storms across the state and assisting more than 400 motorists in need of help from Wednesday through Sunday.


“Two major snow events that covered much of Nebraska made Thanksgiving travel difficult,” said Colonel John Bolduc, Superintendent of the Nebraska State Patrol. “We’d like to thank the vast majority of drivers who heeded the advice of NSP and NDOT. Adjusting travel plans to avoid the worst conditions undoubtedly prevented dangerous situations.”


This weekend marked the annual Thanksgiving “Click It or Ticket” campaign, which included enforcement operations from more than 30 law enforcement agencies across Nebraska. NSP’s operation was made possible thanks in part to a grant for $20,800 from the Nebraska Department of Transportation – Highway Safety Office.


During the enforcement effort, troopers arrested 17 people for driving under the influence of alcohol. Troopers also issued citations for speeding (278), driving under suspension (28), open container (8), minor in possession (5), no proof of insurance (12), no seat belt (7), and improper child restraint (4). Troopers also performed 407 motorist assists, responded to 48 crashes, and assisted other agencies with 78 events from Wednesday through Sunday.


“As we move through the winter months, drivers should always check 511 before traveling,” said Bolduc. “Our partners at the Department of Transportation deserve tremendous credit for their work this weekend to get Nebraska moving again during back-to-back winter storms.”


Motorists should also keep a winter weather survival kit in your vehicle as you travel. Some basic items to include are a First Aid Kit, phone charger, ice scraper, shovel, small bag of sand, flashlight with extra batteries, blankets or sleeping bags, extra clothing and winter accessories, jumper cables, tow rope, tool kit, matches, candles, red flag or bandana, high energy or dehydrated foods, and bottled water.