Three Felony Cases Continued To Later Dates In County Court

CUSTER COUNTY— There were four felony cases on the docket for Custer County Court on Monday, November 26 and all of the cases were continued.

Abbigail McKinzie, 24 of Broken Bow, and Amber Mobley, 28 of Callaway, had their cases continued to December 3 at 2:30 P.M., after a continuance had been filed with the court by their attorney, Gary Peterson.

McKinzie is facing alleged charges of child abuse, terroristic threats, and third degree assault. Mobley is being accused of 2nd degree domestic assault, terroristic threats, use of a deadly weapon to commit a felony, and child abuse.

The third and final case was continued after Justin Spencer, 44 of Sargent, and his attorney, Michael Borders, asked for a continuance in court which was granted. Judge Tami Schendt continued the preliminary hearing case to January 14 at 2 P.M.

Spencer is facing charges of alleged strangulation, 3rd degree domestic assault, and a habitual criminal enhancement. According to Custer County Court, habitual criminal is a sentencing enhancement that allows judges to add 10 to 60 years to the sentences of repeat felons who have served at least three previous prison terms.