CUSTER COUNTY— Custer County Court saw only first appearances for felonies on Monday, September 24. Angeline Marsh, 73 of Comstock, made her appearance on accusations of identity theft, a class 2A felony. The preliminary hearing for her case was set for October 30 at 2 P.M.
Following Angeline’s appearance, Gale Marsh, 72 of Comstock, appeared before Judge Tami Schendt on two separate cases. The first case accuses Mr. Marsh on three separate counts of filing fraudulent financial statements; each is a class IV felony. The second case against Mr. Marsh accuses him of identity theft, a class 2A felony. His case was also set for preliminary hearing for October 30 at 2:30 P.M.
Riley Royle, 22 of Broken Bow, appeared in court on accusations of terroristic threats, a class IIIA felony, aggravated driving under the influence of alcohol, a class W misdemeanor, and operating a motorcycle without having a motorcycle license, an infraction.
If convicted of each crime the maximum sentence that could be levied against Royle is 3 years in prison, a $10,000 fine, or both for the felony count of terroristic threats; 60 days in jail, $500 fine, or both for the DUI and a $100 fine for the infraction of operating a motorcycle without a Class M license. Royle was appointed public attorney Michael Borders and his case has been set for preliminary hearing on October 29 at 2 P.M.
Abbigail McKinzie, 24 of Broken Bow, had her case continued until November 26 at 10:30 A.M. after a continuance was previously filed with the court. McKinzie, is being accused of child abuse, a class IIIA felony, terroristic threats, a class IIA felony, and third degree assault, a class I misdemeanor all of which occurred on April 8.
Amber Mobley also had her case continued until November 26 at 10:30 A.M. after filing a continuance with the court. Mobley, is being accused of second degree domestic assault, a class IIIA felony, terroristic threats, also a class IIIA felony, use of a deadly weapon to commit a felony, a class II felony, and child abuse, a class IIIA felony. All of these charges occurred on April 8 and are not related to the previous case with Abbigail McKinzie.