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Osage County Jail Log, Jan. 16 to Jan. 21, 2022

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

Filings in the Osage County Courthouse Jan. 7 – Jan. 13, 2022

The following information was compiled Jan. 7 to Jan. 13, 2022, from records at the Osage County Courthouse, Lyndon, Kan.

Osage County Jail Log, Jan. 9 to Jan. 14, 2022

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

Filings in the Osage County Courthouse, Dec. 31, 2021 to Jan. 6, 2022

The following information was compiled Dec. 31, 2021, to Jan. 6, 2022, from records at the Osage County Courthouse, Lyndon, Kan.

Osage County Jail Log, Jan. 3 to Jan. 6, 2022

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

Filings in the Osage County Courthouse, Dec. 17 – Dec. 30, 2021

The following information was compiled Dec. 17 to Dec. 30, 2021, from records at the Osage County Courthouse, Lyndon, Kan.

Driver killed in single-car accident New Year’s Day west of Osage City

An Osage City woman was killed in a single-car accident on New Year’s Day, near the west Osage County line on U.S. Highway 56.

The Kansas Highway Patrol reported that about 5:28 p.m. Jan. 1, 2022, Lesley Ann Berner, 43, Osage City, was driving a 2001 GMC Yukon westbound on the highway about a 1/3 mile east of Road Z, when she lost control and went into the south ditch. She attempted to correct back onto the highway and the vehicle overturned. Berner was fatally injured in the accident. KHP reported she was not wearing a seatbelt at the time.

Osage County Jail Log, Dec. 26, 2021, to Jan. 1, 2022

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

Osage County Jail Log, Dec. 21 to Dec. 25, 2021

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

Filings in the Osage County Courthouse, Dec. 10 – Dec. 16, 2021

The following information was compiled Dec. 10 to Dec. 16, 2021, from records at the Osage County Courthouse, Lyndon, Kan.

Filings in the Osage County Courthouse, Dec. 3 – Dec. 9, 2021

The following information was compiled Dec. 3 to Dec. 9, 2021, from records at the Osage County Courthouse, Lyndon, Kan.

Osage County Jail Log, Dec. 13 to Dec. 19, 2021

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

Osage County Jail Log, Dec. 5 to Dec. 9, 2021

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

Filings in the Osage County Courthouse, Nov. 26 – Dec. 2, 2021

The following information was compiled Nov. 26, 2021 to Dec. 2, 2021, from records at the Osage County Courthouse, Lyndon, Kan.

Osage County Jail Log, Nov. 29 to Dec. 2, 2021

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

SOS offers victims assistance day or night with 24-hour help line

Did you know every 92 seconds an American is sexually assaulted? Are you aware that more than 90 percent of sexual assaults are committed by someone the victim knows?

SOS Inc., which provides services in Chase, Coffey, Lyon, Morris, and Osage counties, is reminding everyone that SOS advocates are here to support victims with free and confidential services. SOS Crisis Services has 14 advocates who work in the five-county area, serving adult and child victims of sexual assault and domestic violence by offering emotional support, presenting them with options, and assisting victims with access to community resources, such as therapy. Advocacy services can also include help navigating the processes and systems within medical services, law enforcement, and prosecution. SOS services are available regardless of the circumstances of the assault, whether the victim chooses to involve law enforcement or not, and at any time following the assault – even years after. According to RAINN (Rape, Abuse and Incest National Network), sexual violence can be any unwanted sexual act done by one person to another, including unwanted touching of a sexual nature such as kissing, fondling, oral sex, or intercourse.

Advocates can respond to aid victims immediately after a sexual assault and help those who are experiencing past trauma.

“Those feelings can only be masked for so long before they come back in other ways,” said Jen Ogleby, Sexual Assault Advocate with SOS. “Healing is a very personal thing. There is no correct way or timeline.”

“The only things that need to be said to someone disclosing that they have been assaulted are, ‘I believe you,’ ‘I am sorry this happened to you,’ and ‘This was not your fault,’” Ogleby said. “Those statements can be the difference between a survivor trying to numb those feelings in potentially destructive ways or finding the strength and power within themselves to not allow that horrific moment to define the rest of their lives.”

Victims of sexual assault are more likely to experience emotional challenges than non-victims, according to RAINN. Sexual assault victims are nearly four times more likely to experience PTSD as adults. Victims of sexual assault are about three times more likely to experience a major depressive episode as adults.

Additionally, only about two percent of all sexual assault accusations reported to the police turn out to be false; only 230 out of every 1,000 sexual assaults are reported to the police. That means about three out of four go unreported; 93 percent of sexual assaults are committed by somebody the victim knows.

SOS services are available 24 hours a day, 365 days a year through the SOS 24-hour helpline 620-342-1870 or 800-825-1295.

Osage County deputy intercepts holiday cheer; 185 lbs. of pot found in traffic stop

185 lbs. of marijuana uncovered during a recent Osage County traffic stop. Osage County Sheriff’s Office photo.

Somewhere on Thanksgiving there were some pot smokers who were more wistful than thankful after the Osage County Sheriff’s Office intercepted a 185-pound load of marijuana on Interstate 35 the day before the holiday.

In a press release, Osage County Sheriff Chris Wells reported that around 2:06 p.m. Nov. 24, 2021, an Osage County Sheriff’s deputy conducted a traffic stop at milepost 160 on I-35 for a traffic violation. During the stop, 185 pounds of marijuana were found in the vehicle and seized.

The driver of the vehicle, Bounmy Phongsavat, 40, of Milwaukee, Wis., was taken into custody and transported to Osage County Jail on charges of suspicion of possession of marijuana with intent to distribute and possession of drug paraphernalia.


The sheriff’s office also issued reports on other recent unrelated narcotics arrests:

Filings in the Osage County Courthouse, Nov. 19 – Nov. 25, 2021

The following information was compiled Nov. 19 to Nov. 25, 2021, from records at the Osage County Courthouse, Lyndon, Kan.

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