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Court Report Nov. 16, 2013 Print E-mail
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November 16, 2013 07:18 am

Phillip Robert Lee, born 1988, of Brookings, had his probation revoked in a case involving nine charges of improper use of the 911 emergency system.

John David Jones, born 1974, of Port Orford, who had a warrant issued for his arrest, appeared in court voluntarily and was remanded to custody with a $10,000 bond. The original charges were misdemeanor assault from 2011.

Jeffrey Wayne Mains, born 1983, of Cottage Grove, pleaded guilty and was convicted on felony charges of possession of a controlled substance. Part of his sentencing will be the revocation of his driver’s license for six months.

A warrant has been issued for Christopher James Phillips, born 1979, of Brookings, who failed to appear in court on DUII charges.

A warrant remains in place and a $300,000 security bond has been forfeited when Gary Richard Rogers, born 1954, of El Macero, Calif., failed to appear in court to face trial. His jury trial has been set as a bench trial. He faces eight charges of unlawful use of a weapon, two of criminal mischief, unlawful possession of a destructive device and possession of methamphetamine.

Allen Douglas Vonnevin, born 1979, of Port Orford, was ordered to pay restitution in a felony criminal mischief case. Four other charges were dismissed. He also awaits trial on attempted murder charges from an incident in January in Port Orford.

Stacy Maree Jones, born 1985, of Crescent City, was found to be unable to aid and assist in her defense in cases involving disorderly conduct, unauthorized use of a vehicle and harassment. She was returned to the Oregon State Hospital for treatment.

 

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