Osage County Jail Log, July 10 – July 16, 2016 – Osage County Online | Osage County News

Osage County Jail Log, July 10 – July 16, 2016

The following individuals were booked into the Osage County Jail in connection with charges or warrants as listed by the arresting agency.

July 10, 2016: David L. Marks Jr. 42, Osage City, driving while suspended, $1,500 own recognizance bond, OCPD; Randy W. Totman, 52, Osage City, driving while expired, $65 cash bond, OCPD; Darren C. Corley, 20, Osage City, minor in possession of alcohol, furnishing alcohol to minor, $2,500 own recognizance bond, OCPD.

July 12, 2016: Jessica R. Hamlin, 29, Carbondale, Shawnee County warrant for failure to appear, failure to abide by court orders, CPD; Joseph W. Lipp, 48, Lecompton, driving while suspended or revoked, $500 surety bond, BPD.

July 13, 2016: Mark Edward Bennett, 41, Overbrook, Overbrook warrant for failure to appear, $215 cash bond, OPD.

July 15, 2016: Jordan Mayfield, 20, Carbondale, Osage County warrants for failure to appear, OSSO; Corey A. Balocca, 50, Burlingame, criminal discharge of a firearm, criminal possession of a firearm, ex-convict in possession of a firearm, $6,500 surety bond, BPD.

July 16, 2016: James David Miller, 52, Lyndon, possession of methamphetamine, $2,500 own recognizance bond, LPD.

Arresting agencies: BPD, Burlingame Police Department; CPD, Carbondale Police Department; KDOC, Kansas Department of Corrections; KDWPT, Kansas Department of Wildlife, Parks and Tourism; KHP, Kansas Highway Patrol; LPD, Lyndon Police Department; MPD, Melvern Police Department; OCPD, Osage City Police Department; OPD, Overbrook Police Department; OSSO, Osage County Sheriff’s Office; QPD, Quenemo Police Department; SPD, Scranton Police Department.

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