Two Arraignments and a Sentencing in District Court

BROKEN BOW – The Custer County District Court heard three cases on Thursday morning: two arraignments and a sentencing.

Connor Capps, 22 of California, was sentenced to three years’ probation for possession of a controlled substance (Class IIA felony), a charge of which he was previously found guilty.

Terry Allington, 49 of Papillion, was arraigned on charges of alleged theft (Class IV felony) and the alleged issuance of bad checks (Class I misdemeanor). Allington reached a plea agreement, pleading no contest to both charges, and was sentenced to 1 year of jail time with credit for 182 days served.

Lanna Martinez-Ward, 46 of Broken Bow, was arraigned on four alleged charges, and pled not guilty to all four: the use of a deadly weapon to commit a felony (Class IC felony), discharging a firearm at a vehicle or house (Class ID felony), making terroristic threats (Class IIIA felony), and third-degree domestic assault (Class I misdemeanor).