Judge overrules abatement motion Jordan faces burglary charge


November 4, 2021

A Norfolk woman, who claimed there was not enough evidence to support a burglary charge, was back in the Antelope County district courtroom last week to face the charge.

The Honorable Mark Johnson, on Oct. 4, overruled a plea in abatement motion filed by Antelope County public defender Patrick Carney, on behalf of 55-year-old Debra F. Jordan.

Jordan entered not guilty pleas Oct. 27 to Count I, burglary, a Class 2 felony, and Count II, theft by unlawful taking, a Class 1 misdemeanor. If convicted, Jordan faces up to 20 years in prison on Count I and up to one year and/or $1,000 fine on Count...

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