Sumner County Sheriff Office weekly jail bookings: Feb. 13 to Feb. 19, 2017

first_imgSumner Newscow report — The Sumner County Sheriff Office report for Feb. 13 to Feb. 19, 2017 weekly jail bookings are as follows:  Miller, Jarrod S.35Wellington, KansasEl Dorado Correctional Facility, El Dorado, KansasCriminal Deprivation of property, Interference with LEO2/15/17 Janney, Shawn A.39Wellington, Kansas418 S. Washington, Wellington, KSFailure to appear2/19/17 Hilger, Austin M.24Conway Springs, KS1300 N. K49 HWY, Conway Springs, KSDriving under influence of alcohol or drugs2/18/17 Deffenbaugh, Zachary D.25Wellington, Kansas501 N. Washington, Wellington, KansasProbation Violation2/13/17 Towery, Tedral J.53St. Joseph, Missouri610 E. Hillside, Wellington, KansasFailure to appear2/14/17 Francisco-Javier, Martinez C.34Dallas, TexasSouth Bound I-35, Mile post 33, Mulvane, KansasDUI, No Drivers License, Transporting open container, Criminal Littering2/13/17 Tomlin, Julianna M.28Hazelton, Kansas501 N. Washington, Wellington, KansasServing Sentence2/16/17 Hornecker, Dylan L.31Wellington, KansasLarned State Hospital, Larned, KansasTheft, Buglary, Criminal Damage to Property, Battery on LEO, Aggravated Robbery, Aggrevated escape from custody2/13/17 Osborn, Adam L.51Winfield, Kansas301 W. 71st St., Haysville, KSAggravated Assault x2 / Criminal threat / Battery / Harass by telecom device / Criminal possession of weapon by felon2/18/17 Hinckley, Vivian J.59Wichita, Kansas1400 N. US 81 Hwy, Peck, KansasPossession of hallucinogenic drug, Drug paraphernalia, Driving while suspended2/15/17 Whitacker, Wilma L.59Winfield, Kansas1500 E. US 166 Hwy., Gueda Springs, KansasDriving While Suspended2/16/17 Southern, Derrick J.36Wichita, Kansas9th & Lincoln, Belle Plaine, KansasDriving Under Influence, No drivers License2/17/17 Oblander, Wayne L.51Oxford, KS208 S. Illinois, Oxford, KSAggravated Assault x2 / Domestic battery2/18/17 Whitt, Kevin W.43Tryon, OklahomaSedgwick County Jail, Wichita, KansasProbation Violation2/14/17 Ikler, Dustin S.24Osage, KansasSedgwick County Jail, Wichita, KansasFailure to appear2/17/17 Fleming, Everett G.36Wellington, Kansas346 S. Eastern Rd., Wellington, KansasTheft of property2/15/17 Roberts, Jorden M.30Wichita, KansasSedgwick County Jail, Wichita, KansasCriminal possession of weapon by felon; KDOC probation violation2/13/17 Lowe, Gregory A.41Milan, KansasSedgwick County Jail, Wichita, KansasBuglary, Theft, Criminal Damage to property,2/14/17       center_img Elliot, Joseph L.43Wellington, Kansas610 E. Hillside, Wellington, KansasProbation Violation (Serving Sentence)2/18/17 NAMEAgeHOMETOWNLOCATION OF ARRESTCHARGESDATE OF ARREST     Webb, Michael D.27Wichita, KansasSedgwick County Jail, Wichita, KansasFailure to appear2/16/17 Long, Tori A.22Wichita, KansasSedgwick County Jail, Wichita, KansasProbation Violation2/17/17 Monday 0600  thru  Monday 0600  WEEKLY   BOOKINGS02/13/2017 thru 02/20/2017  Wright, Kody W.30Wichita, Kansas2022 E. 16th, Wellington, KansasPossession of stimulant; Possession of drug para with intent to manufacture controlled substance2/17/17 Keplar, Deven T.20Andover, KansasButler County Jail, El Dorado, KansasProbation Violation2/15/17 Voshell, Ezekiel J.24Wellington, KansasLarned State Hospital, Larned, KansasDomestic Battery, Interfere with LEO2/13/17 Crittenden, Shawn D.57Wellington, Kansas610 E. Hillside, Wellington, KansasProbation Violation2/17/17 Pickett, Barry E.59Wichita, KansasI-35 MP 0, South Haven, KSDriving under influence of alcohol or drugs / Driving while license cancelled/suspended/revoked / Transporting an open container / Failure to wear seatbelt2/18/17 Gomez, Rafael26Wichita, KansasMM32 N I35, Mulvane, KSDriving under influence of alcohol or drugs / Driving while license cancelled/suspended/revoked / Vehicle liability insurance required2/18/17 Gross, Travis L.22Clearwater, Kansas501 N. Washington, Wellington, KansasProbation Violation Weidner, Tina K.29Wellington, Kansas501 N. Washington, Wellington, KansasProbation Violation2/16/17 Davis, Alexander L.30Weatherford, OklahomaS I-35 Turnpike MP 16, Wellington, KansasDriving while suspended, No registration, Failure to pay toll2/14/17 Vongsakda, Roger S.28Wichita, Kansas777 Kansas Star Dr., Mulvane, KSProbation Violation2/19/17 Cooley, Braxton J.20Wellington, Kansas700 N. US81 Hwy, Wellington, KansasDriving while suspended, No insurance2/15/17 Goans, Jerry L.44Wellington, Kansas400 N. C., Wellington, KSDriving under influence of alcohol or drugs / Duty of driver to report upon damaging unattended vehicle/property / Refusal to submit a preliminary breath or saliva test / Failure to stop at accident2/19/17last_img read more

LISTEN: Pochettino pleased with Spurs’ mental strength after Crystal Palace win

first_imgMauricio Pochettino felt Tottenham passed a major test of their Premier League title credentials after Christian Eriksen’s goal beat Crystal Palace.Eriksen struck with 12 minutes left to ensure the gap to leaders Chelsea is back to four points with five games to play.Tottenham had endured a tough few days, losing the FA Cup semi-final to the Blues on Saturday before Antonio Conte’s side beat Southampton 4-2 to stay in control at the top.They desperately needed a pick-me-up at Selhurst Park to keep their season alive, but that was never going to be easy against an in-form Palace side looking to add them to the scalps of Chelsea, Arsenal and Liverpool this month alone.However, Eriksen’s 30-yard thunderbolt secured a vital three points to keep the pressure on the Blues.Spurs boss Pochettino said: “That was always going to be difficult after Saturday, and it was a big challenge for us.“I think it was a great opportunity to show we are focused on us and trying to improve our game, and to fight when we are under pressure.“We are showing we learned a lot from last season, and that is important. It was a big challenge to improve on last season. We have improved a lot this season.“One area key for us to improve was in the mental area and the team are showing we are ready to fight.”Yet Spurs looked a million miles from title contenders in the first half, with Christian Benteke and Andros Townsend close to giving Palace the lead.Pochettino made a double change at the interval, replacing both his central midfielders, Mousa Dembele and Victor Wanyama – who was lucky to still be on the pitch after escaping a second yellow card for a clumsy foul on Townsend – with Son Heung-min and Moussa Sissoko.Dele Alli should have put Spurs ahead when he met Kyle Walker’s cross three yards out, only to sidefoot his effort across goal and wide.But with time running down Eriksen collected Harry Kane’s pass and lashed a powerful drive inside the far post.“I am very pleased for Christian, it was an unbelievable goal,” added Pochettino.“We changed things at half-time and in the second half we were much better and after 90, 95 minutes I think we fully deserved the win.”last_img read more