Three sentenced in Osage County District Court

Three people were sentenced to prison in unrelated cases Monday in Osage County District Court.

Daniel M. Martin, 20, Omaha, Neb., was sentenced to serve 41 months in the Kansas Department of Corrections. Martin was convicted in January 2014 of involuntary manslaughter while driving under the influence. The conviction stems from a May 11, 2013, single vehicle accident in rural Carbondale. Martin was the driver of the vehicle when it wrecked, killing the only other occupant, Tasha R. Arketa, 29, of Holton. Martin’s blood alcohol content was measured at 0.13 percent within three hours of the wreck.

Jesse L. Stutesman, 28, Scranton, was sentenced to serve a 36-month prison sentence in the Kansas Department of Corrections. Stutesman was convicted in February 2014 of failure to register as an offender for not complying with the Kansas Offender Registration Act.

Jarrod W. Roy, 45, Ottawa, was sentenced to serve a 16-month prison sentence. Roy was convicted early in the month of attempted felony theft for the attempted theft of truck and tractor from Ottawa in January 2014.

All three will serve their sentences in the custody of the Kansas Department of Corrections.

Information provided by the Osage County Attorney’s Office.


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