By Sandy Schroth

Four Holt County felony cases bound over to district court


The Honorable Kale Burdick accepted written documents filed by four defendants, waiving their rights to preliminary hearings, when he presided from the county court bench in O’Neill on July 11.

Burdick bound the felony cases over to the Holt County district court. All four defendants are represented by Holt County public defender Rod Smith.

Tristina J. Strong, 32, of Orchard is set to be arraigned Sept. 11 in the district courtroom in O’Neill on a charge of possession of a controlled substance, methamphetamine, alleged April 11 in Chambers.

Stacy M. Reed, 44 of Atkinson is set for arraignment July 31 on a Class 3A felony, third-degree domestic assault. Bond, in the amount of $10,000, is continued.

Jake A. Winterburn, 43, of Meadow Grove is scheduled for arraignment Aug. 14 on an allegation of driving under the influence of alcohol, fourth offense, a Class 3A felony, and driving under suspension, a Class 2 misdemeanor. Bond in the amount of $10,000, 10%, is continued.

Winterburn was arrested May 3 by an O’Neill police officer after a hit-and-run crash in the parking lot of the Carriage House Motel in O’Neill, according to an arrest affidavit filed by the officer.

Jordon B. Ross, 24, of O’Neill was bound over to district court on Class 4 felony charges of possession of meth, alleged May 15 and June 3. He is set for arraignment Sept. 11, when he will also be arraigned on a Class I misdemeanor charge of false reporting in the May case and infraction counts of possession of drug paraphernalia in both cases. A pair of $1,500 personal recognizance bonds are continued.


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