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News of Record: July 2, 2013

July 2, 2013
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Clayton case sent to District Court

The case of a Fort Dodge man who was allegedly had guns and drugs in his car when he got pulled over has been sent to District Court to be scheduled.

Marquez J. Clayton, 20, of Fort Dodge, is facing multiple charges for the incident, which happened Sunday.

Clayton was pulled over at 8:21 a.m. Sunday because he was operating on a suspended license, according to Fort Dodge Police Chief Tim Carmody.

Carmody said that as Sgt. Dan Charlson was questioning Clayton, Clayton became combative and had to be taken into custody. According to Carmody, drugs and drug paraphernalia were found with Clayton.

When officers searched Clayton's car, they allegedly found a loaded 9-mm handgun under the driver's seat.

Clayton was charged with possession of a firearm by a felon, carrying weapons, possession of cocaine, possession of marijuana, possession of drug paraphernalia, interference with official acts and driving while license is suspended.

Clayton, who was able to post bond, made his initial appearance in Webster County Magistrate Court Monday morning. Magistrate William Habhab sent the case to Webster County District Court, where it will be scheduled at a later date.

The three simple misdemeanor cases were continued for 180 days.

Four plead guilty to meth charges

SIOUX CITY - Three men and one woman from Fort Dodge have pleaded guilty to their roles in a methamphetamine conspiracy that lasted until this past January.

Billy Jack Kloss, 35; Norman Greenfield, 25; Timothy Gailey, 46; and Nancy Larson, 54, all pleaded guilty to one count of conspiracy to distribute methamphetamine.

In addition, Kloss, Greenfield and Larson pleaded guilty to one count of distributing methamphetamine, while Gailey pleaded guilty to one count of possession with intent to deliver methamphetamine.

The four were involved in a meth conspiracy that lasted from 2012 until January 2013, according to a statement from the U.S. Attorney's Office, Northern District of Iowa. All distributed or aided and abetted each other in the distribution of meth throughout the Fort Dodge area.

Some of the drug transactions took place within 1,000 feet of protected locations, which included St. Paul Elementary School and the playground at the former Holy Rosary School.

All four are facing between 10 years to life in prison, along with a $10 million fine. Gailey faces that same punishment on his possession conviction, while Kloss and Greenfield face between five and 80 years in prison on their distribution convictions. Larson faces between one and 40 years in prison on her distribution conviction.

Sentencing has not yet been scheduled.

Magistrate Court

WEBSTER COUNTY

Monday

Assault causing bodily injury - William Goddard, 52, 1325 Fifth Ave. S., sent to District Court; Jonathan E. Meek, 28, 1909 11th Ave. S., preliminary hearing scheduled.

Domestic assault, second offense - Jason L. Lorraine, 32, Duncombe, preliminary hearing scheduled.

Probation violation - James L. Altman Sr., 49, no address provided, sent to District Court.

Fifth-degree theft - Lorrie A. Breeden, 53, no address provided, $330; Samantha C. Quillen, 22, no address provided, $330.

Violation of a no-contact order - David D. Harrington, 34, no address provided, trial scheduled.

Aiding and abetting fifth-degree theft - David D. Harrington, 34, no address provided, $330.

Disorderly conduct - Nathan A. Maguire, 23, no address provided, trial scheduled.

Possession of stolen property - Kyle D. Martin, 22, no address provided, trial scheduled.

Driving under suspension - Shanae B. Mosley, 22, no address provided, $397.50; Jason A. Trost, 23, no address provided, $397.50; Rebecca R. Warland, 31, no address provided, $397.50.

Failure to obey a traffic control device - Shanae B. Mosley, 22, no address provided, $200.

Aiding and abetting violation of a no-contact order - Samantha C. Quillen, 22, no address provided, trial scheduled.

Possession of a controlled substance - Jeffery A. Ray, 50, no address provided, sent to District Court.

Possession of drug paraphernalia - Jeffery A. Ray, 50, no address provided, continued 180 days.

Speeding - Jason A. Trost, 23, no address provided, $168.

Providing false identification to a peace officer - Rebecca R. Warland, 31, no address provided, $195.

Police Log

FORT DODGE

Wednesday

Millan Caston reported criminal mischief.

Tracy Pratt, Rees Truck & Trailer and John Grummon each reported a theft.

Thomas Sullivan reported credit card fraud.

A person reported a runaway.

A person reported harassment.

Thursday

Two people each reported an assault.

Casey's and Tammy Johnson each reported a theft.

Noel Duffy reported a forgery.

Friday

Tim Rees, Adrian Villa, Victoria Sellers and Beverley Musselman each reported a theft.

Saturday

Kristopher Lee, Nicki Dickerson and Lorraine Whittington each reported a theft.

A person reported an assault.

Eric Jones and Kohl's each reported a theft.

A person reported

harassment.

Sunday

Luke McLoughlin, Walmart, Casey's, Deb Wilkins, Diana Gillis and Hy-Vee each reported a theft.

Arrivals

TRINITY REGIONAL

MEDICAL CENTER

SANDAHL - Jamie and Jon, Fort Dodge, a girl, Wednesday, June 26, 2013.

STANLEY - Chastity, Fort Dodge, a boy, Thursday, June 27, 2013.

DUPUY - Shelby, Fort Dodge, a boy, Thursday, June 27, 2013.

FRADS - Laura, Fort Dodge, a girl, Friday, June 28, 2013.

PUENTAS - Adrian Puentas and Erika Rodriguez, Humboldt, a girl, Saturday, June 29, 2013.

POTTS - Jason and Amy, Fort Dodge, a girl, Sunday, June 30, 2013.

 
 

 

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