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BOARD OF PARDONS MEETING

 

THURSDAY

DECEMBER 1, 2016

1:00 P.M.

 

NEBRASKA STATE CAPITOL

ROOM 1510

LINCOLN, NEBRASKA

 

 

A G E N D A

 

 

 1.        Roll Call.

 

 2.        Notice of the Pardons Board meeting by news release and publication in state papers.

 

3.           Approval of the minutes for the Pardons Board meeting of October 3, 2016.

 

RESTORATION OF RIGHT TO POSSESS FIREARMS:

 

4.         Consider the application of Michelle R. Grasmick (aka: Michelle R. Higgins and Michelle R. Simonson) for restoration of right to possess firearms wherein she was convicted in Douglas County and sentenced on June 19, 1992 to a term of one to two years at the Nebraska Department of Correctional Services for the Felony Offense of Unlawful Possession with Intent to Deliver Controlled Substance – Cocaine.  She was granted a Full Pardon on stated conviction on September 30, 2004 without the reinstatement of gun rights.  (Legal Counsel:  None listed).         GRANT GUN RIGHTS.

 

LICENSE REPRIEVE APPLICATIONS – MEETS BOARD GUIDELINES:

 

5.         Consider the application of Dustin M. Herfel for a reprieve from the two 15-year license suspensions he is currently serving wherein he was convicted in Antelope County and sentenced on August 22, 2007 to a 15-year license revocation for Fifth Offense DWI and to a 15-year license revocation of Driving Under License Revocation offense.  (Legal Counsel:  Ms. Michelle Schlecht, 2425 Taylor Avenue, Norfolk, NE 68701).           GRANT LICENSE REPRIEVE

 

6.         Consider the application of Gary L. Osler for a reprieve from the 15-year license suspension he is currently serving wherein he was convicted in Douglas County and sentenced on September 2, 2008 to a 15-year license revocation for Driving During Revocation Offense.  (Legal Counsel:  None listed).                    GRANT LICENSE REPRIEVE

 

LICENSE REPRIEVE APPLICATIONS – INCONCLUSIVE:

 

7.         Consider the application of Ronald E. Graham for a reprieve from the two 15-year license suspensions he is currently serving wherein he was convicted in Sarpy County and sentenced on October 29, 2004 to a 15-year license revocation for Third Offense DWI and convicted in Douglas County and sentenced on November 24, 2004 to a 15-year license revocation for Fourth Offense DWI.  (Legal Counsel:  Mr. Bernard L. McNary, PO Box 641525, Omaha, NE 68164).

GRANT LICENSE REPRIEVE

 

8.         Consider the application of George E. Lee Jr. for a reprieve from the 8-year license suspension he is currently serving wherein he was convicted in Fillmore County and sentenced on November 17, 2008 to an 8-year license revocation for Third Offense DWI.  (Legal Counsel:  None listed).

GRANT LICENSE REPRIEVE

 

9.         Consider the application of Anthony J. Schindler for a reprieve from the 15-year license suspension he is currently serving wherein he was convicted in Holt County and sentenced on August 25, 2004 to a 15-year license revocation for Third Offense DWI.  (Legal Counsel:  None listed).

GRANT LICENSE REPRIEVE

 

10.       Consider the application of Dennis M. Tostenson for a reprieve from the 15-year license suspension he is currently serving wherein he was convicted in Douglas County and sentenced on June 25, 2007 to a 15-year license revocation for Motor Vehicle Homicide (DUI).  (Legal Counsel:  None listed).                GRANT LICENSE REPRIEVE

 

LICENSE REPRIEVE APPLICATIONS – DOES NOT MEET BOARD GUIDELINES:

 

11.       Consider the application of Milan G. Ray for a reprieve from the 15-year license suspension he is currently serving wherein he was convicted in Nuckolls County and sentenced on April 7, 2009 to a 15-year license revocation for Fourth Offense DWI.  (Legal Counsel:  Mr. John V. Hodge, 155 South Main Street, Nelson, NE 68961).              TABLED

 

12.       Consider the application of Phillip D. Anstine for a reprieve from the three 15-year license suspensions he is currently serving wherein he was convicted in Douglas County and sentenced on February 28, 2008 to a 15-year license revocation for Third Offense DWI and sentenced on March 11, 2009 to a 15-year license revocation for Fourth Offense DWI.  Convicted in Sarpy County and sentenced on January 23, 2009 to a 15-year license revocation for Fifth Offense DWI.  (Legal Counsel:  None listed).  GRANT LICENSE REPRIEVE

 

13.       Consider the application of Marc J. Curl for a reprieve from the two 15-year license suspensions he is currently serving wherein he was convicted in Dakota County and sentenced on September 7, 2005 to a 15-year license revocation for Third Offense DWI and sentenced on February 15, 2010 to a 15-year license suspension for Driving During Revocation offense.  (Legal Counsel:  None listed).                 GRANT LICENSE REPRIEVE

 

14.       Consider the application of James L. Ebeling for a reprieve from the 15-year license suspension he is currently serving wherein he was convicted in Butler County and sentenced on September 6, 2005 to a 15-year license revocation for Fourth Offense DWI.  (Legal Counsel:  None listed).                      DENIED LICENSE REPRIEVE

 

15.       Consider the application of Nancy R. Eckert for a reprieve from the four 15-year license suspensions she is currently serving wherein she was convicted in Madison County and sentenced on January 29, 2007 to a 15-year license revocation for Third Offense DWI and sentenced on May 27, 2010 to a 15-year license revocation for Driving During Revocation Offense.  Convicted in Antelope County and sentenced on September 30, 2009 to a 15-year license revocation for Third Offense DWI .15+ and sentenced on August 29, 2012 to a 15-year license revocation for Driving During Revocation Offense.  (Legal Counsel:  None listed).             DENIED LICENSE REPRIEVE

 

16.       Consider the application of Theresa H. Kennedy for a reprieve from the 15-year license suspension she is currently serving wherein she was convicted in Cass County and sentenced on April 14, 2008 to a 15-year license revocation for Third Offense DWI.  (Legal Counsel:  None listed).

DENIED LICENSE REPRIEVE

 

17.       Consider the application of Jose N. Orellana Rivera for a reprieve from the two 15-year license suspensions he is currently serving wherein he was convicted in Sarpy County and sentenced on November 19, 2004 to a 15-year license revocation for Third Offense DWI and sentenced on June 19, 2009 to a 15-year license revocation for Third Offense DWI.  (Legal Counsel:  None listed).

DENIED LICENSE REPRIEVE

 

PARDON APPLICATIONS – MEETS BOARD GUIDELINES:

 

18.       Consider the application of Freddie J. Daugherty (aka: Fred J. Daugherty) for full pardon of felony conviction wherein he was convicted in Knox County and sentenced on January 6, 1992 to a term of 12 to 18 months at the Nebraska Department of Correctional Services for the offense of Burglary.  (Legal Counsel:  Mr. Andrew Johnson, 129 East 3rd Street, Valentine, NE 69212).

PARDON GRANTED WITH GUN RIGHTS

 

19.       Consider the application of James W. Ahrens for full pardon of felony conviction wherein he was convicted in Hamilton County and sentenced on April 20, 1998 to a term of three years probation for the offense of Criminal Mischief.  (Legal Counsel:  Mr. Mark Porto, 308 North Locust Street, Suite 501, Grand Island, NE 68802).    PARDON GRANTED WITH GUN RIGHTS

 

20.       Consider the application of Rene A. Arriola for full pardon of misdemeanor conviction wherein he was convicted in Sarpy County and sentenced on May 6, 2005 to a term of 12 months probation for the offense of Third Degree Domestic Assault.  (Legal Counsel:  Mr. John Hascall, 101 West Mission Avenue, Suite C, Bellevue, NE 68005).                       PARDON GRANTED WITH GUN RIGHTS

 

21.       Consider the application of Brian J. Dillon for full pardon of felony and misdemeanor convictions wherein he was convicted in Lancaster County and sentenced on February 25, 1999 to a term of 18 months probation for the offense of Attempted Unlawful Manufacture / Distribution of Controlled Substance – Marijuana and sentenced on January 6, 2005 to a $500.00 fine for the offense of Attempted Possession of Explosive Materials – First Degree.  (Legal Counsel:  Mr. William M. Berlowitz, 1023 Lincoln Mall, Suite 101, Lincoln, NE 68508). 

PARDON GRANTED WITH GUN RIGHTS

 

22.       Consider the application of Chad M. Sekutera for full pardon of felony conviction wherein he was convicted in Madison County and sentenced on September 2, 1983 to a term of two years probation for the offense of Burglary.  (Legal Counsel:  None listed).

PARDON GRANTED WITH GUN RIGHTS

 

23.       Consider the application of Ralph Paez for full pardon of felony conviction wherein he was convicted in Scotts Bluff County and sentenced on December 1, 1999 to a term of three years probation for the offense of Possession of a Controlled Substance – Cocaine.  (Legal Counsel:  None listed).                 PARDON GRANTED WITH GUN RIGHTS

 

24.       Consider the application of David K. Blankenship for full pardon of felony conviction wherein he was convicted in Red Willow County and sentenced on September 13, 1978 to a term of two years probation for the offense of Knowingly or Intentionally Distribute, Deliver, or Dispense a Controlled Substance – Marijuana.  (Legal Counsel:  None listed).

PARDON GRANTED WITH GUN RIGHTS

 

25.       Consider the application of Myron D. Hunter for full pardon of felony conviction wherein he was convicted in York County and sentenced on August 19, 1985 to a term of two years probation for the offense of Possession of a Short Shotgun.  (Legal Counsel:  None listed).

PARDON GRANTED WITH GUN RIGHTS

 

26.       Consider the application of Brian L. Miller for full pardon of felony conviction wherein he was convicted in Stanton County and sentenced on June 5, 1989 to a term of one year at the Nebraska Department of Correctional Services for the offense of Aiding and Abetting Theft by Unlawful Taking.  (Legal Counsel:  None listed). PARDON GRANTED WITH GUN RIGHTS

 

27.       Consider the application of Connie F. Beall (aka: Connie F. Pillow, Connie F. Hinds, and Connie F. Jarzynka) for full pardon of felony and misdemeanor convictions wherein she was convicted in Hall County and sentenced on September 29, 1999 to a term of one to two years at the Nebraska Department of Correctional Services for the offense of Possession of a Controlled Substance – Methamphetamine; convicted in Nuckolls County and sentenced on September 12, 2000 to a term of 12 months probation for the offense of Unauthorized Use of Propelled Vehicle; and convicted in Lancaster County and sentenced on November 13, 2006 to a $150.00 fine for the offense of Disturbing the Peace.  (Legal Counsel:  None listed).

PARDON GRANTED WITH GUN RIGHTS

 

28.       Consider the application of Torro C. Dexter for full pardon of felony and misdemeanor convictions wherein he was convicted in Douglas County and sentenced on July 9, 1993 to a term of six months at the Nebraska Department of Correctional Services for the offense of Count 1:  Assault In the Third Degree and to a term of one to three years at the Nebraska Department of Correctional Services for the offense of Count 2:  Assault in the Second Degree; sentenced on July 6, 1998 to a term of 60 days at the county jail for the offense of Count 1:  Assault and Battery, to a term of 60 days at the county jail for the offense of Count 2:  Disorderly Conduct, and to a term of 60 days at the county jail for the offense of Count 3:  Unauthorized Use of Propelled Vehicle; sentenced on September 4, 2002 to a term of one day at the county jail for the offense of Disorderly Conduct; and sentenced on October 19, 2004 to a $75.00 fine for the offense of Liquor – Open Container in Public Place.  (Legal Counsel:  None listed).          DEFER HEARING TO NEXT PARDONS BOARD MEETING

 

29.       Consider the application of Angela S. Watt (aka: Angela S. Peasley) for full pardon of felony and misdemeanor convictions wherein she was convicted in Douglas County and sentenced on August 14, 2003 to a term of eight days at the county jail for the offense of Theft by Unlawful Takin, to a term of eight days at the county jail for the offense of Fail to Appear, to a term of eight days at the county jail for the offense of No Proof of Insurance, and to a term of eight days at the county jail for the offense of Fail to Appear; sentenced on May 12, 2005 to a term of 120 days at the county jail for the offense of Attempted Possession of a Controlled Substance – Methamphetamine / Amphetamine; sentenced on May 25, 2005 to a term of seven days at the county jail for the offense of Obstruct Administration of Law and to a $10.00 fine for the offense of Possess or Use Drug Paraphernalia.  Convicted in Sarpy County and sentenced on August 26, 2005 to a term of 13 months probation for the offense of Count 1:  Attempted Acquiring of a Controlled Substance and to a term of 13 months probation for the offense of Count 2:  Failure to Appear for Preliminary Hearing.  (Legal Counsel:  None listed).                     PARDON GRANTED WITHOUT GUN RIGHTS

 

30.       Consider the application of Brenda K. Deaver for full pardon of felony and misdemeanor convictions wherein she was convicted in Keith County and sentenced on April 21, 1983 to a $50.00 fine for the offense of Issue Bad Check; sentenced on July 16, 1984 to a $10.00 fine for the offense of Issue Bad Check, to a $10.00 fine for the offense of Issue Bad Check; and to a $10.00 fine for the offense of Issue Bad Check; sentenced on April 9, 1985 to a term of 30 days at the county jail for the offense of Issue Bad Check, to a term of 30 days at the county jail for the offense of Issue Bad Check, to a term of 30 days at the county jail for the offense of Issue Bad Check, and to a term of 30 days at the county jail for the offense of Issue Bad Check; sentenced on December 20, 1988 to a term of one year probation for the offense of Theft by Unlawful Taking; and sentenced on August 25, 1989 to a term of four months at the county jail for the offense of Distribution of a Controlled Substance – Marijuana.  (Legal Counsel:  None listed).      PARDON GRANTED WITH GUN RIGHTS

 

31.       Consider the application of Michael P. Vogt for full pardon of felony and misdemeanor convictions wherein he was convicted in Washington County and sentenced on July 1, 1981 to a term of one year probation for the offense of Count 1:  Theft, to a term of one year probation for the offense of Count 2: Theft, and to a term of one year probation for the offense of Count 3: Theft; and sentenced on April 19, 1982 to a term of two years probation for the offense of Receiving, Retaining, or Disposing of Stolen Property.  Convicted in Dodge County and sentenced on June 17, 1996 to a term of three years probation for the offense of Possession of a Controlled Substance – Methamphetamine.  (Legal Counsel:  None listed).            PARDON GRANTED WITH GUN RIGHTS

 

32.       Consider the application of Greg S. Matson for full pardon of felony and misdemeanor convictions wherein he was convicted in Madison County and sentenced on August 5, 1997 to a term of 30 days at the county jail for the offense of Carry Concealed Weapon; sentenced on September 9, 1997 to a term of ten days at the county jail for the offense of Fail to Appear When on Bail; sentenced on May 18, 1998 to a term of 10 days at the county jail for the offense of False Reporting; and sentenced on July 23, 1998 to a term of 30 months to 5 years at the Nebraska Department of Correctional Services for the offense of Deliver a Controlled Substance – Cocaine / Methamphetamine.  (Legal Counsel:  None listed).           PARDON GRANTED WITH GUN RIGHTS

 

33.       Consider the application of Chase A. King for full pardon of misdemeanor conviction wherein he was convicted in Douglas County and sentenced on October 8, 2010 to a term of one year probation for the offense of Third Degree Domestic Assault.  (Legal Counsel:  None listed).

DEFER HEARING TO NEXT PARDONS BOARD MEETING

 

34.       Consider the application of Dontrell C. Moore (aka: D. Moe Moore, Donnie Moore, and Trell Moore) for full pardon of misdemeanor convictions wherein he was convicted in Lancaster County and sentenced on April 21, 2010 to a $150.00 fine for the offense of Disturbing the Peace; sentenced on February 15, 2011 to a $25.00 fine for the offense of Fail to Appear in Court; sentenced on September 12, 2011 to a $25.00 fine for the offense of Fail to Appear in Court; and sentenced on May 13, 2013 to a $250.00 fine for the offense of Third Degree Domestic Assault.  (Legal Counsel:  None listed).                        PARDON GRANTED WITH GUN RIGHTS

 

35.       Consider the application of Rodney C. Dorador Jr. for full pardon of misdemeanor and infraction convictions wherein he was convicted in Scotts Bluff County and sentenced on August 13, 2003 to a $200.00 fine for the offense of Minor Possess / Sell / Dispense / Consume Alcohol; sentenced on October 14, 2003 to a $50.00 fine for the offense of Assault by Mutual Consent; sentenced on June 9, 2004 to a term of 90 days at the county jail for the offense of Third Degree Assault and to a term of two years probation for the offense of Attempted – Tamper with Witness / Informant / Juror; sentenced on November 9, 2004 to a $100.00 fine for the offense of Disturbing the Peace; sentenced on October 6, 2005 to a term of two years probation for the offense of Third Degree Domestic Assault; sentenced on October 6, 2005 to a term of 15 days at the county jail for the offense of Disturbing the Peace; and sentenced on January 6, 2006 to a $100.00 fine for the offense of Possess Marijuana 1 oz. or Less.  (Legal Counsel:  None listed).

DEFER HEARING TO NEXT PARDONS BOARD MEETING

 

36.       Consider the application of James W. Craddock for full pardon of misdemeanor convictions wherein he was convicted in Douglas County and sentenced on June 4, 2011 to a term of six months probation for the offense of Assault and Battery and to a term of six months probation for the offense of Disorderly Conduct.  (Legal Counsel:  None listed).

PARDON GRANTED WITHOUT GUN RIGHTS

 

37.       Consider the application of Sidney M. Patterson for full pardon of misdemeanor convictions wherein he was convicted in Douglas County and sentenced on September 26, 2005 to a term of 30 days at the county jail for the offense of Assault and Battery and sentenced on January 11, 2011 to a $500.00 fine for the offense of Damage to Property.  (Legal Counsel:  None listed).

PARDON GRANTED WITHOUT GUN RIGHTS

 

38.       Consider the application of Chad L. Johns for full pardon of misdemeanor convictions wherein he was convicted in Lancaster County and sentenced on July 14, 2006 to a $500.00 fine for the offense of Theft by Unlawful Taking and to a $1.00 fine for the offense of Possess or Use Drug Paraphernalia; sentenced on April 9, 2007 to a $250.00 fine for the offense of Possess Stolen Property; and sentenced on February 28, 2008 to a term of two years probation for the offense of Attempted Possession of a Controlled Substance – Methamphetamine.  (Legal Counsel:  None listed).                      PARDON GRANTED WITHOUT GUN RIGHTS

 

39.       Consider the application of Shelly J. Hollis for full pardon of misdemeanor conviction wherein he was convicted in Douglas County and sentenced on October 15, 2012 to a term of one day at the county jail for the offense of Third Degree Domestic Assault.  (Legal Counsel:  None listed).

DEFER HEARING TO NEXT PARDONS BOARD MEETING

 

PARDON APPLICATIONS – INCONCLUSIVE:

 

40.       Consider the application of Larry W. Mann for full pardon of felony conviction wherein he was convicted in Sarpy County and sentenced on March 31, 1986 to a term of 48 months probation for the offense of Arson in the Second Degree.  (Legal Counsel:  Mr. William H. Marion, 3929 South 147th Street, Suite 100K, Omaha, NE 68144).                PARDON GRANTED WITH GUN RIGHTS

 

41.       Consider the application of David J. Kramer for full pardon of felony conviction wherein he was convicted in Lincoln County and sentenced on March 11, 2002 to a term of three years probation for the offense of Attempted First Degree Sexual Assault of a Child.  (Legal Counsel:  Ms. Susan L. Kirchmann, 3901 Faulkner Drive, Lincoln, NE 68516).            

DEFER TO THE NEXT PARDONS BOARD MEETING

 

42.       Consider the application of Chad A. Fellhoelter for full pardon of felony and misdemeanor convictions wherein he was convicted in Clay County and sentenced on July 14, 2004 to a term of 36 months probation for the offense of Attempted Burglary and sentenced on April 4, 2006 to a term of one year probation for the offense of Driving Under the Influence.  (Legal Counsel:  Mr. Richard L. Alexander, 322 North Minnesota Avenue, Hastings, NE 68901).        PARDON GRANTED WITH GUN RIGHTS ON THE FELONY BURGLARY CONVICTION.  DENY PARDON ON  THE MISDEMEANOR DUI CONVICTION.

 

43.       Consider the application of Heather A. McCown (aka: Heather A. Collins and Heather A. Kinney) for full pardon of felony and misdemeanor convictions wherein she was convicted in Jefferson County and sentenced on September 16, 1999 to a term of 24 months probation for the offense of Possession of a Controlled Substance – Methamphetamine and sentenced on September 29, 2010 to a $10.00 fine for the offense of Sale of Tobacco to Minors.  (Legal Counsel:  Mr. Jeffery W. Krumme, 707 14th Street, Fairbury, NE 68352).           DEFER HEARING TO NEXT PARDONS BOARD MEETING.

 

44.       Consider the application of Crystal D. Vandevoorde (aka: Crystal D. Whelan) for full pardon of felony conviction wherein she was convicted in Saunders County and sentenced on November 19, 2009 to a term of 24 months probation for the offense of Attempted Possession of a Controlled Substance with Intent to Deliver – Marijuana.  (Legal Counsel:  None listed).

DEFER HEARING TO NEXT PARDONS BOARD MEETING.

 

45.       Consider the application of Troy B. Miller for full pardon of felony and misdemeanor convictions wherein he was convicted in Lancaster County and sentenced on July 10, 1997 to a $25.00 fine for the offense of Violate Hunting / Fishing Regulations and convicted in York County and sentenced on March 7, 2000 to a term of 36 months probation for the offense of Count 1:  DUI – First Offense and to a term of 36 months probation for the offense of Count 2:  Possession of a Controlled Substance – Methamphetamine.  (Legal Counsel:  None listed).         PARDON GRANTED WITH GUN RIGHTS

 

46.       Consider the application of Jacob L. Shepherd for full pardon of felony and misdemeanor convictions wherein he was convicted in Red Willow County and sentenced on June 26, 1998 to a $10.00 fine for the offense of Curfew – Age and Time. Sentenced on February 29, 2000 to a $25.00 fine for the offense of Disturbing the Peace.  Sentenced on November 26, 2001 to a term of 24 months probation for the offense of Count 1:  Criminal Mischief , to a term of 24 months probation for the offense of Count 2:  Criminal Mischief , to a term of 24 months probation for the offense of Count 3:  Criminal Mischief , to a term of 24 months probation for the offense of Count 4:  Criminal Mischief, to a term of 24 months probation for the offense of Count 5:  Criminal Mischief , to a term of 24 months probation for the offense of Count 6:  Criminal Mischief , to a term of 24 months probation for the offense of Count 7:  Criminal Mischief , to a term of 24 months probation for the offense of Count 8:  Criminal Mischief , to a term of 24 months probation for the offense of Count 9:  Criminal Mischief , and to a term of 24 months probation for the offense of Count 10:  Criminal Mischief. Sentenced on December 21, 2001 to a term of 18 months probation for the offense of Count 3:            Criminal Mischief, to a term of 24 months probation for the offense of Count 4: Criminal Mischief, to a term of 24 months probation for the offense of Count 5: Criminal Mischief, to a term of 18 months probation for the offense of Count 6: Criminal Mischief, to a term of 18 months probation for the offense of Count 7: Criminal Mischief, to a term of 18 months probation for the offense of Count 8: Criminal Mischief, to a term of 24 months probation for the offense of Count 9: Criminal Mischief, to a term of 24 months probation for the offense of Count 10: Criminal Mischief, to a term of 18 months probation for the offense of Count 11: Criminal Mischief, to a term of 18 months probation for the offense of Count 12: Criminal Mischief, to a term of 18 months probation for the offense of Count 13: Criminal Mischief, to a term of 24 months probation for the offense of Count 14: Criminal Mischief, to a term of 24 months probation for the offense of Count 15: Criminal Mischief, to a term of 18 months probation for the offense of Count 16: Criminal Mischief, to a term of 18 months probation for the offense of Count 17: Criminal Mischief, to a term of 18 months probation for the offense of Count 18: Criminal Mischief, to a term of 24 months probation for the offense of Count 19: Criminal Mischief, to a term of 18 months probation for the offense of Count 20: Criminal Mischief, to a term of 24 months probation for the offense of Count 21: Criminal Mischief, to a term of 24 months probation for the offense of Count 22: Criminal Mischief, to a term of 24 months probation for the offense of Count 23: Criminal Mischief, to a term of 18 months probation for the offense of Count 24: Criminal Mischief, to a term of 18 months probation for the offense of Count 25: Criminal Mischief, to a term of 18 months probation for the offense of Count 26: Criminal Mischief, to a term of 18 months probation for the offense of Count 27: Criminal Mischief, to a term of 24 months probation for the offense of Count 28: Criminal Mischief, to a term of 24 months probation for the offense of Count 29: Criminal Mischief, to a term of 18 months probation for the offense of Count 30: Criminal Mischief, and to a term of 24 months probation for the offense of Count 31: Criminal Mischief.  Sentenced on February 3, 2005 to a term of five days at the county jail for the offense of Procure / Sell Alcohol to Minor / Incompetent.  (Legal Counsel:  None listed).              DEFER HEARING TO NEXT PARDONS BOARD MEETING

 

47.       Consider the application of Adam B. Irvin for full pardon of misdemeanor conviction wherein he was convicted in Douglas County and sentenced on November 5, 2009 to a term of 6 months probation for the offense of DUI – First Offense.  (Legal Counsel:  None listed).  PARDON GRANTED

 

48.       Consider the application of Memoirι J. Cummings (aka: Memoirι J. Flowers) for full pardon of misdemeanor convictions wherein she was convicted in Douglas County and sentenced on April 30, 2012 to a $75.00 fine for the offense of Theft by Unlawful Taking and sentenced on January 31, 2014 to a $100.00 fine for the offense of Theft by Shoplifting $0 to $200 – First Offense.  (Legal Counsel:  None listed).                      PARDON GRANTED WITHOUT GUN RIGHTS.

 

PARDON APPLICATIONS – DOES NOT MEET BOARD GUIDELINES:

 

49.       Consider the application of Simon V. Hernandez for full pardon of felony and misdemeanor convictions wherein he was convicted in Lincoln County and sentenced on June 24, 2002 to a term of 18 months probation for the offense of Possess Controlled Substance – Methamphetamine. Convicted in Buffalo County and sentenced on June 16, 2004 to a term of two days at the county jail for the offense of Minor Possess/ Sell / Dispense / Consume Alcohol.  Convicted in Hall County and sentenced on October 8, 2003 to a term of one year probation for the offense of DUI – 1st Offense; sentenced on November 19, 2003 to a $50.00 fine for the offense of Drive Under Suspension; sentenced on January 7, 2004 to a $250.00 fine for the offense of Minor Possess / Dispense / Consume Alcohol; sentenced on December 26, 2004 to a term of six months license suspension for the offense of DUI – 1st Offense and to a term of seven days at the county jail for the offense of Carry Concealed Weapon; sentenced on August 12, 2005 to a term of 15-year license suspension for the offense of DUI – 3rd Offense; sentenced on August 25, 2005 to a term of 30 days at the county jail for the offense of Assault by Mutual Consent; sentenced on  January 25, 2006 to a $500.00 fine for the offense of Count 1:  Minor Possess / Sell / Dispense / Consume Alcohol and to a $50.00 fine for the offense of Count 2:  Possess / Consume Open Alcohol Container; sentenced on June 12, 2006 to a $200.00 fine for the offense of Minor Possess / Sell / Dispense / Consume Alcohol; sentenced on April 1, 2008 to a term of one to two years at the Nebraska Department of Correctional Services for the offense of Drive While Revoked from DUI; and sentenced on March 24, 2009 to a term of 120 days at the county jail for the offense of Third Degree Assault.  Convicted in Lancaster County and sentenced on November 18, 2003 to a $200.00 fine for the offense of Assault, Strike, or Cause Bodily Injury, to a $100.00 fine for the offense of Count 1:  Minor Misrepresenting Age, and to a $175.00 fine for the offense of Count 2:  Minor Possess Alcoholic Liquor.  Convicted in Adams County and sentenced on June 16, 2006 to a term of 90 days at the county jail for the offense of Count 1:  Minor Possess / Sell / Dispense / Consume Alcohol and to a $25.00 fine for the offense of Count 2:  Possess / Consume Open Alcohol Container; and sentenced on February 29, 2008 to a term of 15-year license suspension for the offense of Drive While Revoked from DUI.  (Legal Counsel:  Mr. Chad J. Wythers, 2650 North 48th Street, Lincoln, NE 68504).   DENIED A PARDON

 

50.       Consider the application of Gerry G. Anderson for full pardon of felony conviction wherein he was convicted in Lancaster County and sentenced on September 21, 2006 to a term of two years probation for the offense of Sexual Assault of a Child.  (Legal Counsel:  None listed).

DEFER HEARING TO NEXT PARDONS BOARD MEETING

 

51.       Consider the application of Douglas Henning for full pardon of felony and misdemeanor convictions wherein he was convicted in Sarpy County and sentenced on September 23, 2005 to a term of three to five years at the Nebraska Department of Correctional Services for the offense of Count 2:  Sexual Assault of a Child by Contact; to a term of three to five years at the Nebraska Department of Correctional Services for the offense of Count 4:  Sexual Assault of a Child by Contact; and to a term of three to five years at the Nebraska Department of Correctional Services for the offense of Count 6: Sexual Assault of a Child by Contact.  Convicted in Douglas County and sentenced on September 10, 2015 to a $100.00 fine for the offense of Lewd Conduct.  (Legal Counsel:  None listed).     DENIED A PARDON

 

52.       Consider the application of Terrell D. Dawdy for full pardon of felony and misdemeanor convictions wherein he was convicted in Douglas County and sentenced on August 23, 2006 to a term of 90 days at the county jail for the offense of Count 1:  Carry Concealed Weapon and to a term of 90 days at the county jail for the offense of Count 4:  Firearm:  Possess and Transport; sentenced on November 23, 2009 to a term of three days at the county jail for the  offense of Disorderly Conduct; sentenced on December 15, 2009 to a term of 15 months at the Nebraska Department of Correctional Services for the offense of Attempted First Degree Sexual Assault of a Child; sentenced on July 5, 2011 to a term of two days at the county jail for the offense of Park Rule Violation and to a term of two days at the county jail for the offense of Count 3:  Fail to Appear or Comply with Citation; sentenced on July 16, 2012 to a $100.00 fine for the offense of Fail to Appear or Comply with Citation; sentenced on May 28, 2013 to a term of 75 days at the county jail for the offense of Sex Offender Registration Act Violation; sentenced on January 23, 2013 to a term of 30 days at the county jail for the offense of Fail to Appear or Comply with Citation; and sentenced on May 9, 2013 to a term of ten days at the county jail for the offense of Fail to Appear or Comply with Citation.  (Legal Counsel:  None listed).  DENIED A PARDON

 

53.       Consider the application of James J. Sowl for full pardon of felony and misdemeanor convictions wherein he was convicted in Hall County and sentenced on April 1, 1983 to a term of 18 months probation for the offense of Terroristic Threats; sentenced on May 24, 1991 to a term of 60 days at the county jail for the offense of Assault and to a term of 60 days at the county jail for the offense of Assault – Menacing Threats; and sentenced on April 13, 1993 to a term of 15 to 30 months at the Nebraska Department of Correctional Services for the offense of Terroristic Threats.  Convicted in York County and sentenced on June 19, 1987 to a term of 14 days at the county jail for the offense of Resisting Arrest.  (Legal Counsel:  None listed).            DENIED A PARDON

 

 

54.       Consider the application of Mandy A. Wright (aka: Mandy A. Kunzman and Mandy A. Condreay) for full pardon of felony and misdemeanor convictions wherein she was convicted in Pierce County and sentenced on February 21, 2001 to a $150.00 fine for the offense of Issue Bad Check Less Than $100.00 and sentenced on February 27, 2001 to a $50.00 fine for the offense of Count 1:  Issue Bad Check Less Than $100, to a $50.00 fine for the offense of Count 2:  Issue Bad Check Less Than $100, and to a $50.00 fine for the offense of Count 3:  Issue Bad Check Less Than $100; convicted in Platte County and sentenced on August 13, 2003 to a term of one year probation for the offense of Third Degree Assault; and convicted in Madison County and sentenced on February 26, 2010 to a term of two years probation for the offense of Possession of Methamphetamine with Intent to Deliver and to a term of two years probation for the offense of Child Abuse.  (Legal Counsel:  None listed).                     DENIED A PARDON

 

55.       Consider the application of Johnny Nelson for full pardon of felony and misdemeanor convictions wherein he was convicted in Douglas County and sentenced on February 11, 1994 to a term of one to two years at the Nebraska Department of Correctional Services for the offense of Attempt to Deliver a Controlled Substance – Cocaine;  sentenced on April 11, 1996 to a term of 15 months at the Nebraska Department of Correctional Services for the offense of Possession of a Controlled Substance – Cocaine; sentenced on November 6, 2000 to a $50.00 fine for the offense of Fail to Appear or Comply with Citation; and sentenced on March 23, 2015 to a $25.00 fine for the offense of Theft – Shoplifting.  (Legal Counsel:  None listed).

DEFER HEARING TO NEXT PARDONS BOARD MEETING

 

56.       Consider the application of Austin E. Bower for full pardon of felony and misdemeanor convictions wherein he was convicted in Lancaster County and sentenced on July 1, 2008 to a $150.00 fine for the offense of Possess or Use Drug Paraphernalia and to a $50.00 fine for the offense of Attempted Theft by Unlawful Taking; sentenced on February 11, 2009 to a $100.00 fine for the offense of Trespass Upon Property of Another and to a $150.00 fine for the offense of Disturbing the Peace; sentenced on July 27, 2009 to a $100.00 fine for the offense of Steal Money or Goods Less Than $300;  sentenced on July 29, 2009 to a $300.00 fine for the offense of Possess Stolen Property, to a 150.00 fine for the offense of Theft by Unlawful Taking, to a $150.00 fine for the offense of Theft of Services $0 - $200, to a $150.00 fine for the offense of Theft – Shoplifting $0 - $200, and to a $150.00 fine for the offense of Theft – Shoplifting $0 - $200; sentenced on August 19, 2009 to a $75.00 fine for the offense of Trespass Upon Property of Another; sentenced on January 25, 2011 to a term of 30 days at the county jail for the offense of Disturbing the Peace; sentenced on February 22, 2011 to a term of 20 days at the county jail  for the offense of Possess Stolen Property; and sentenced on March 8, 2011 to a term of term of 60 days at the county jail for the offense of Theft – Shoplifting $0 -  $200 and to a term of five to eight years at the Nebraska Department of Correctional Services for the offense of Attempted Robbery.  (Legal Counsel:  None listed).

DENIED A PARDON

 

COMMUTATION APPLICATIONS:

 

Currently Serving Sentences on Parole.

 

57.       Consider the application of Terry H. Taylor, # 36705, for commutation of the sentence he is presently serving wherein he was convicted in Lancaster County and sentenced on November 27, 1985 to a term of 10 years to Life at the Nebraska Department of Correctional Services for the offense of Second Degree Murder.  Currently serving this sentence on parole under number 36705.  (Legal Counsel:  None listed).       DENIED A COMMUTATION HEARING

 

Sentenced Within The Last Five (5) Years / Has Parole Eligibility Date.

 

58.       Consider the application of Anthony A. Gutierrez, # 74422, for commutation of the sentences he is presently serving wherein he was convicted in Douglas County and sentenced on September 28, 2011 to a term of 10 to 10 years at the Nebraska Department of Correctional Services for the offense of Burglary and to a term of 10 to 30 years at the Nebraska Department of Correctional Services for the offense of Assault on an Officer in the Second Degree.  Currently serving these sentences at the Nebraska State Penitentiary under number 74422.  (Legal Counsel:  None listed).

SET FOR A COMMUTATION HEARING

 

Sentenced Within The Last Ten (10) Years / Has Parole Eligibility Date.

 

59.       Consider the application of Richard A. Griswold, # 68171, for commutation of the sentences he is presently serving wherein he was convicted in Gage County and sentenced on June 11, 2008 to a term of Life at the Nebraska Department of Correctional Services for the offense of Second Degree Murder and to a term of 50 years at the Nebraska Department of Correctional Services for the offense of Use Firearm to Commit Felony.  Currently serving these sentences at the Tecumseh State Correctional Institution under number 68171.  (Legal Counsel:  None listed).

DENIED A COMMUTATION HEARING

 

60.       Consider the application of Aaron S. Lopez, # 69066, for commutation of the sentences he is presently serving wherein he was convicted in Douglas County and sentenced on January 27, 2009 to a term of 15 to 20 years at the Nebraska Department of Correctional Services for the offense of Count 1:  Assault in the First Degree and to a term of 5 to 10 years at the Nebraska Department of Correctional Services for the offense of Count 2:  Use of a Weapon to Commit a Felony.  Currently serving these sentences at the Nebraska State Penitentiary under number 69066.  (Legal Counsel:  None listed).                DENIED A COMMUTATION HEARING

 

Sentenced Within The Last Twenty (20) Years / Has Parole Eligibility Date.

 

61.       Consider the application of James Griffin, # 62899, for commutation of the sentences he is presently serving wherein he was convicted in Douglas County and sentenced on September 27, 2005 to a term of 5 to 10 years at the Nebraska Department of Correctional Services for the offense of Burglary and to a term of 25 to 40 years at the Nebraska Department of Correctional Services for the offense of First Degree Sexual Assault.  Currently serving this sentence at the Lincoln Correctional Center under number 62899.  (Legal Counsel:  None Listed).

DENIED A COMMUTATION HEARING

 

62.       Consider the application of Kelly J. Hoaglin, # 43232, for commutation of the sentences he is presently serving wherein he was convicted in Lancaster County and sentenced on September 10,1999 to a term of ten years at the Nebraska Department of Correctional Services for the offense of Count 1:  Second Degree Assault and to a term of 10 to 20 years at the Nebraska Department of Correctional Services for the offense of Count 3:  Attempted Second Degree Assault on an Officer.  Currently serving these sentences at the Omaha Correctional Center under number 43232.   (Legal Counsel:  None listed).          DENIED A COMMUTATION HEARING

 

63.       Consider the application of Kenneth N. Rhodes, # 51637, for commutation of the sentence he is presently serving wherein he was convicted in Hall County and sentenced on October 13, 1998 to a term of 40 to 60 years at the Nebraska Department of Correctional Services for the offense of Possession of Firearm by Felon / Fugitive From Justice – Habitual Criminal.  Currently serving this sentence at the Nebraska State Penitentiary under number 51637.  (Legal Counsel:  None listed).

DENIED A COMMUTATION HEARING

 

64.       Consider the application of Byron K. Red Kettle, # 69757, for commutation of the sentences he is presently serving wherein he was convicted in Sheridan County and sentenced on May 15, 1990 to a term of 15 to 25 years at the Nebraska Department of Correctional Services for the offense of First Degree Sexual Assault; to a term of one to three years at the Nebraska Department of Correctional Services for the offense of Operate Motor Vehicle to Avoid Arrest; and to a term of one to three years at the Nebraska Department of Correctional Services for the offense of Receiving Stolen Property.  Currently serving these sentences at the Tecumseh State Correctional Institution under number 69757.  (Legal Counsel:  None listed).          DENIED A COMMUTATION HEARING

 

Life Sentences Without Parole.

 

65.       Consider the application of Phillip E. Bowen II, # 39038, for commutation of the sentences he is presently serving wherein he was convicted in Douglas County and sentenced on August 15, 1988 to a term of Life at the Nebraska Department of Correctional Services for the offense of First Degree Murder and to a term of one to six years at the Nebraska Department of Correctional Services for the offense of Use Firearm to Commit Felony.  Convicted in Sarpy County and sentenced on September 14, 1988 to a term of 20 months to 5 years at the Nebraska Department of Correctional Services for the offense of Theft by Unlawful Taking.  Currently serving these sentences at the Nebraska State Penitentiary under number 39038.  (Legal Counsel:  Mr. Joseph Kuehl, 209 South 19th Street, Omaha, NE 68102).                     DENIED A COMMUTATION HEARING

 

66.       Consider the application of Gary William Pope, # 33644, for commutation of the sentence he is presently serving wherein he was convicted in Saunders County and sentenced on June 23, 1981 to a term of Life at the Nebraska Department of Correctional Services for the offense of First Degree Murder.  Currently serving this sentence at the Nebraska State Penitentiary under number 33644.  (Legal Counsel:  Mr. James Stanton, Historic Library Plaza, 1823 Harney St., Suit 1012, Omaha, NE 68102).      DENIED A COMMUTATION HEARING

 

PUBLIC COMMENTS:

 

67.       Comments from the public.

 

MISCELLANEOUS:

 

68.       Adjournment.

 

 

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