APODACA, JEROMY JOSEPH
2/24/2018
Name: APODACA, JEROMY JOSEPH
Age: 29
Jail ID: 14400
Booking Date: 2/24/2018
Agency: LINCOLN CO SO NORTH PLATTE
Charges
Statute Description Class Bond Type Bond Amount
5429 DRIVING UNDER SUSPENSION M3 HOLD NO BOND 0.00
SOLIS, ALEX RUSSELL
2/23/2018
Name: SOLIS, ALEX RUSSELL
Age: 26
Jail ID: 11639
Booking Date: 2/23/2018
Agency: LINCOLN CO SO NORTH PLATTE
Charges
Statute Description Class Bond Type Bond Amount
5012 PROBATION VIOLATION M1 HOLD NO BOND 0.00
5015 FAILURE TO APPEAR M3 10 % OPTION 5000.00
SANFORD, MARK DALE
2/23/2018
Name: SANFORD, MARK DALE
Age: 32
Jail ID: 10156
Booking Date: 2/23/2018
Agency: LINCOLN CO SO NORTH PLATTE
Charges
Statute Description Class Bond Type Bond Amount
1300 ASSAULT-DOMESTIC VIOLENCE M1 0.00
Top News Stories More Local News

Legislature: NCORPE can make property tax payments137 views

by: The Unicameral Update - February 24, 2018
The Legislature gave final approval Friday to a bill that is meant to reduce the impact of stream flow augmentation projects such as NCORPE on county tax rolls.
 

Basketball: St. Pat's girls qualify for state283 views

by: The North Platte Bulletin - February 23, 2018
North Platte St. Pat’s scored the last 11 points of the district final Friday to overcome a furious comeback by Bridgeport and win,  62-50, in Sidney.
 

Fourtner, Torres face charges1424 views

by: The North Platte Bulletin - February 23, 2018
On Friday at 12:20 a.m., a police officer saw a suspect afoot near Sixth and Chestnut whom he believed to be Alexander Fourtner. Fourtner is wanted in Logan County.
 

Commissioners to discuss courthouse security259 views

by: The North Platte Bulletin - February 23, 2018
The public will have a chance to talk about stringent courthouse security measures Monday with the Lincoln County Commissioners.
 

Salvage yard vandals convicted1021 views

by: Joe Chitwood - February 22, 2018
Christian Buck and Ransley Foust, two of four suspects, were convicted Thursday of playing demolition derby and stealing items at ABC Salvage in North Platte.
 

Three challengers for Natural Resources District643 views

by: The North Platte Bulletin - February 22, 2018
Dewey Schaffer of North Platte is the latest challenger to file for the board of the Twin Platte Natural Resources District, on the heels of an effort by landowners to see the N-CORPE land sold to private owners.
 

Legislature could lessen horse massage requirement631 views

by: George Lauby - February 21, 2018
A bill to exempt the professional practice of massaging horses, known as equine massage, from the state’s job licensing laws has been prioritized by the speaker of the Nebraska Legislature, setting the bill up for a vote by the Unicameral.
 

Council tables donation to BMX track ( 9) 1837 views

by: George Lauby - February 21, 2018
The city council asked a lot of questions Tuesday of 308 bicycle motocross organizers, who came to ask for $50,000 to get the race track going.
 

Hopes rise for new Sutherland bridge803 views

by: George Lauby - February 20, 2018
Officials hope next year will be the year to get ready to repair the 103-year-old Sutherland Bridge, a project that has been planned for more than 30 years.
 

Hearing: South River Road repairs could start this summer974 views

by: George Lauby - February 20, 2018
South River Road residents got encouraging news Tuesday — final plans for reconstruction of the road could be approved this spring.
 

Guardians of Children: Chili cook off843 views

by: Alexandra Oberg - February 18, 2018
The Flatrock chapter of the Guardians of the Children hosted their 4th annual chili cookoff Saturday at the Holiday Inn Express in North Platte.
 

Walking to the store: When neighborhood groceries were plentiful ( 9) 2562 views

by: Kaycee Anderson, Special to the Bulletin - February 13, 2018
Before Wal-Mart, Safeway, Sixth Street, Sun Mart and other franchise grocery stores arrived in North Platte, residents bought their groceries at “Mom and Pop” neighborhood grocery stores that were all over town.
 

State/Regional News More State News

At the Legislature: Feb. 19-2384 views

by: Emma Olson, Nebraska News Service - February 24, 2018
Senators in the Nebraska Legislature continued to take up a wide variety of bills this week, including proposals dealing with credit monitoring, voting rights for ex-felons and broadband internet service.
 

Legislature: Ex-felons would have immediate voting rights152 views

by: McCartney Martin Nebraska News Service - February 23, 2018
A bill that would restore voting rights to felons upon completion of their sentences was heard Feb. 22 by the Government, Military and Veterans Affairs Committee at the Nebraska State Capitol.
 

Troopers seize 218 pounds of pot near Lincoln143 views

by: The North Platte Bulletin - February 23, 2018
For the second straight day, the Nebraska State Patrol seized marijuana after making traffic stops on I-80. This time, it was a big haul.
 

Troopers find stolen gun, marijuana during I-80 traffic stop284 views

by: The North Platte Bulletin - February 22, 2018
Troopers with the Nebraska State Patrol arrested four people, recovered a stolen gun and seized several pounds of marijuana during a traffic stop Wednesday on Interstate 80 near Wood River.
 

Legislature: Gov’s budget would affect family planning clinics178 views

by: The Unicameral Update - February 20, 2018
The Appropriations Committee heard testimony Feb. 5 on proposed changes to the use of federal funds disbursed to health clinics that also provide abortion services.
 

Legislature: Scrap tires for homes, earthships269 views

by: The Unicameral Update - February 20, 2018
Scrap tires could be used to build walls in single-family houses under a bill heard Thursday, Feb. 15 by the Natural Resources Committee.
 

Past Top News Stories
Heavy snow possible early Saturday (updated) 1221 views
Police report: Twenty-five vehicles damaged 1176 views
Restitution: Questionable for car bashing victims 1666 views
Snow ALERT: Be ready to move cars from main routes 450 views
Car bashings anger North Platte residents 9024 views
State wrestling: Riggs wins fourth state championship, Scott falls in finals 1351 views
Housing Authority director placed on leave, investigation underway 7624 views
Schools: Emergency protocol if shooting were to occur 1159 views
Civilian active shooter training offered 547 views
Four incumbents pass on re-election (updated) 1375 views
Work set to begin to remove downtown awnings 1075 views
‘Love My Cat’ is back 416 views
Sentence handed down for motor vehicle homicide 859 views
Entertainment around town 692 views
Copeland, Meyer elected to Sutherland village board 1315 views
Roggow to challenge for commissioner seat 1283 views
Schools brace for another state aid reduction 1625 views
Orsborn sentenced to 2-6 years for drug dealing 1655 views
Constitutional amendment would legalize medical marijuana in Nebraska 2515 views
Past State News
Investigators intercept shipment, seize 37 pounds of meth 635 views
Smith to hold mobile office in North Platte 291 views
Legislature: Domestic violence victims could get out of lease without penalty 424 views
Legislature: Undocumented children deserve health insurance 343 views
Drug shows promise for HIV treatment, elimination 498 views
Shelton man sentenced for sham marriage 886 views
At the Legislature: Feb. 5-9 344 views

In this week's North Platte Bulletin print edition

After three years, everything could line up this spring to rebuild the road that washed out in 2015... also, teens go on a four-hour bashing spree, demonstrating again that it takes longer to build than it takes to destroy.  And...  the options afforded by area schools this spring, as the enrollment deadline approaches... two studied perspectives on the gun debate, plus much more.  

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