Lehigh man awaits
a plea hearing
SIOUX CITY (AP) - An 18-year-old Nebraskan has been given two years of probation after pleading guilty to vandalizing Sioux City's Flight 232 crash memorial. His co-defendant, Scott Coleson, of Lehigh, is scheduled for a plea hearing on Oct. 9.
Felipe Sebastian, of South Sioux City, was convicted of criminal mischief. Judge Jeffrey Poulson deferred judgment, so if Sebastian successfully completes probation, the case will be cleared from his record.
Sebastian also was ordered to pay a $3,000 civil penalty, more than $1,500 in restitution and write an apology to the city of Sioux City.
Sebastian admitted damaging one of the pink quartzite boulders leading to the memorial on June 20. The memorial honors the 112 people who died in the July 1989 crash of United Airlines Flight 232 at Sioux Gateway Airport.
Escape - Kee J. Wheeler, 20, 311 First Ave. S., preliminary hearing set for Oct. 3.
Violation of probation - Kee J. Wheeler, 20, 311 First Ave. S., sent to District Associate Court; Adrianna Trevino, 20, 1242 Fifth Ave. N., sent to District Court.
Criminal trespass - Deon D. Clayton, 19, 1222-2 Fifth Ave. N., $272.75.
Dark windows - Anthony Pirkl, no age or address provided, trial set for Oct. 11.
CARLSON - Andrew and Jill, Manson, a girl, Ava Ann Carlson, Saturday, Sept. 15, 2012. Grandparents are Steve and Kim Cabrera, Barnum, and Dale and Bonny Carlson, Manson.
OUT OF AREA
GEISLER - Karl and Tracy, Olathe, Kan., a boy, Dayton James Geisler, Thursday, Sept. 20, 2012. Grandparents are Annette and Joe Hiscocks, Britt; Kevin Schuller, Curlew; and Garret and Becky Geisler, Callender. Great-grandparents are Edith Geisler, Farnhamville, and Jim and Joan Perry, Pocahontas.
Rae Russell reported criminal mischief.
Wahkonsa Manor reported trespassing.
Melissa Sanusi reported a dog bite.
Two runaways, who later returned, were reported.