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Clearwater man fined for village nuisance violation

 

October 10, 2019

CW Shoenemann, 48, 307 Montana Street, Clearwater, was sentenced on a village nuisance violation by the Honorable Donna Taylor during Oct. 2 Antelope County Court proceedings in the Neligh courtroom.

Taylor ordered Shonemann to pay a $200 fine and $50 costs. He will be credited $150 if proof the property has been cleaned up is submitted by Nov. 20. Shonemann pleaded not guilty June 12 and was found guilty at a bench trial held Aug. 7.

Garrett A. Fleischman, 26, of Oakland faced Taylor, with his attorney Ashley Boettcher of Norfolk, for sentencing on offenses committed in Clearwater on June 29. Fleischman pleaded guilty Sept. 9, after reaching a plea agreement, to Count I, amended to attempted third-degree assault, and Count III, criminal mischief. Three additional counts were dismissed. Prosecutor Joe Abler told the judge Fleischman had paid $425 restitution to apartment owner, Don Zegers, for a damaged door, a condition of the plea agreement. Taylor sentenced him to pay fines of $500 on Count I, $200 on Count III and $50 costs. Bond was exonerated.

Jacob M. Thramer, 28, of Oakdale was sentenced to a fine of $200 and $50 costs after he pleaded guilty to a Class 2 misdemeanor count of public indecency. Thramer told the judge he was with two friends in the park in Neligh and had to urinate. Two females in a vehicle witnessed the Sept. 8 incident.

Douglas D. Carpenter, 43, of Neligh appeared with his attorney, Ryan Stover of Norfolk, for arraignment on two counts alleged Aug. 31.

He pleaded not guilty to Count I, stalking, a Class 1 misdemeanor; Count II, disturbing the peace, a Class 3 misdemeanor; and Count III, resisting arrest, a Class 1 misdemeanor. Pretrial hearing is set for Nov. 6. Bond is continued in the amount of $10,000, 10%, with terms including no contact with the alleged victim and GPS monitoring. If convicted, Carpenter faces up to one year in jail and/or a $1,000 fine on each of counts I and III and up to 90 days in jail and/or a $500 fine on Count II. Carpenter was arrested Sept. 1 in Neligh.

Robby J. Robinson, 34, of Norfolk pleaded guilty to a Class 3 misdemeanor count of driving under suspension. Robinson asked for a continuance of sentencing in order to have his license reinstated. He said he is set to appear in Madison and Stanton counties for sentencing on similar charges Oct. 22. Taylor indicated she will preside at Madison County that day and scheduled Robinson to appear there so he could avoid taking an additional day off work. He was arrested during an Aug. 31 vehicle safety check near Oakdale. Bond in the amount of $1,500, 10%, is continued.

Zachary S. Coon of Neligh faced Taylor on a Class 3 misdemeanor charge of disturbing the peace, alleged Aug. 30. Taylor appointed Patrick Carney, public defender, as counsel and continued arraignment to Oct. 16.

Roger G. Wynn of Meadow Grove faced Taylor, prepared to plead no contest to six misdemeanor counts of failure to maintain six separate properties in Tilden. He testified he was unable to complete the work by the time required by the city. Taylor offered a 30-day continuance to allow Wynn time to negotiate a plan for compliance with city authorities. After Wynn said he would be out of town from Oct. 31 to Nov. 16, the judge continued the hearing to Oct. 16, advising him to make a plan and meet with city officials before the hearing.

Sarah A Hammond, 35, of Huntington, Oregon, pleaded guilty by waiver to counts of possession of marijuana, one ounce or less, first offense, and possession of drug paraphernalia, both infractions. She was fined $300 and $25, respectively, and $49 costs. She was cited Aug. 9 by a Nebraska State Patrol trooper.

A 17-year-old female, also from Hunington, pleaded guilty by waiver to a Class 5 misdemeanor, tobacco use by a minor and was fined $100 and $49 costs. She was cited by an NSP officer for possession of nicotine vape cartridges and refills Aug. 9.

 

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