Broken Bow Man Found Guilty Of Burglary Has Sentencing Continued To Late March

CUSTER COUNTY— While most cases were continued, a Broken Bow man has been accepted into drug court following a plea deal. Dakota Hodges, 27, was scheduled for Arraignment in District Court on Thursday, February 7, and also elected to take a plea deal with the State. In conjunction with the plea deal, Hodges pled guilty to Possession of a Controlled Substance-Methamphetamine, a class IV felony. Sentencing for Hodges was suspended until the failure or completion of drug court.

Acacia Lash, 31 of Broken Bow, had her case continued to February 21 after a continuance was requested by Lash’s attorney, Gary Peterson. Lash is facing alleged charges of Burglary, Theft by Taking, as well as 2nd Degree Forgery.

James Duncan, who robbed Trotter’s Whoa and Go as well as Pump and Pantry in Broken Bow last year, has had his sentencing continued to March 21 at 10 AM. Duncan pled guilty back in December to the two counts of Burglary while the State dropped the charges of Use of a Firearm to Commit a Felony.

Dakota Hodges, 27 of Hastings, had his case continued to March 21 after Public Defender Michael Borders was appointed to represent Hodges.