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Here are bankruptcy filings in U.S. Bankruptcy Court, District of South Dakota, for June 5 through June 11. Individuals can file Chapter 7 petitions (asking that debts be liquidated); Chapter 12 (a simplified reorganization method for farmers and ranchers whose gross debt does not exceed $1.5 million); and Chapter 13 (a plan to repay some debts in three to five years).
LAKE ANDES -- A Lake Andes man has been reindicted for five counts of killing or injuring his neighbors' horses. Ray Johanneson, 69, was originally indicted in July 2013 for allegedly shooting five horses, four of which reportedly died, that belonged to Lori Abdo-Smith and Charlie Smith. The Smiths claimed the shootings were racially motivated.
Mitchell Police Department CAD Press Log 6/13/2014 From: 6/12/2014
The DakotaFest Women’s Brunch is scheduled for Aug. 20 at the Highland Conference Center. Reserved tickets went on sale June 9 on a fi rst-come, first-served basis at the Mitchell Area Chamber of Commerce.
My Fishing Pond Inc., of rural Bridgewater, will hold its annual fundraiser on June 22 at Wild Oak Golf Club in Mitchell. My Fishing Pond is a nonprofit organization that benefi ts brain-injury survivors, children with special needs and the elderly. The cost is $50 per team. All proceeds will go to My Fishing Pond. The format of the tournament will be four-man best ball. There will be room for 18 teams and three flights, with the top three in each flight winning a cash prize. There will also be prizes at every hole.
The death of a Mitchell man who died in April has been deemed accidental. Dustin Lee Jones, 33, was found dead April 14 in his home. An autopsy report revealed his death was due to illegal drug use, said Detective Lt. Don Everson of the Mitchell Police Division. The autopsy showed Jones had a lethal amount of fentanyl in his system, which is a controlled prescription substance.
A Mitchell teen was injured when his bike collided with an SUV Thursday night. Around 4:50 p.m. on Thursday, a 14-year-old Mitchell boy was riding a bicycle south on the east sidewalk of Kimball Street in Mitchell, according to Mitchell Police Officer Brian Larson. At the intersection of Kimball and Seventh Avenue, a 2011 GMC Yukon, driven by Linda Hauser, 61, of Dimock, was eastbound on Seventh.
A Winner man was arrested June 1 for assaulting his girlfriend with his fists and with a hammer. Josh Long Crow, 20, is accused of punching his girlfriend several times in the arm and leg, and going after her with a hammer. Court documents state Long Crow used the hammer to make holes in the bathroom door. His girlfriend was 16 weeks pregnant at the time of the incident and had multiple bruises and blood on her when law enforcement arrived, according to court documents. Long Crow resisted arrest, forcing three law enforcement officers to restrain him to handcuffs.
A Colome woman is accused of swinging an ax at her boyfriend during an argument. Samantha Crippen, 22, was arrested in early May for domestic aggravated assault. According to court documents, Crippen and her boyfriend argued, then Crippen allegedly found an ax and swung it at her boyfriend, whose parents witnessed the act. The boyfriend told law enforcement Crippen grabbed an ax and shook it in front of his face. But he said Crippen "would never hit him because she would be in a lot of trouble then," according to court documents.
A Mitchell man is accused of illegally possessing a prescription drug. Wade Venosdel, 56, has been indicted for possession of a controlled substance, clonazepam. He allegedly possessed the drug on Feb. 24. The drug is a prescription for treating anxiety and seizures. He is also charged with misdemeanor offenses of possession of 2 ounces of marijuana or less, and possession of drug paraphernalia. A search warrant has been issued for his arrest. The possession of a controlled substance charge carries a maximum penalty upon conviction of two years in prison and a $4,000 fine.