Several Area Court Cases Heard Monday

| December 3, 2012
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A Breckenridge man was sentenced in a Caldwell County Courtroom Monday morning.  Brandon Stretch, 19, will be incarcerated in the county jail for 110 days and remain on probation for five years.  He pleaded guilty in Oct. to charges of burglary and resisting arrest.

The hearing was continued Monday for a Warrensburg resident charged with murder and armed criminal action.  Reginald Singletary, Jr., 27, will now appear for a case review on Jan. 7.  He is accused of killing Blaine Whitworth, 25.  Singletary allegedly told police he shot the victim in exchange for money from Zayid Abid, 23, who is also facing charges in the case.

A Breckenridge man appeared in a Caldwell County courtroom on Monday. Joseph Davis, 24, is charged with receiving stolen property and vandalizing a private cemetery. The crimes were committed over the course of several weeks wherein Davis and an accomplice, Sean Stretch, allegedly took several brass vases. Davis has requested a change of judge which was granted.  He will next appear in court Jan. 7 at 1:30 p.m.

A Lexington man accused of two counts of statutory sodomy and deviant sexual intercourse with a person under 14 years of age appeared in a Lafayette County courtroom Monday. Jared Lloyd Kreibel, 30, had his attorney request a change of judge, which was granted. Kreibel will next be in court Dec. 17 at 10 a.m.

A Knob Noster resident accused of several counts of burglary and theft was in a Lafayette County courtroom on Monday as well.  The attorney’s for Edward James Miller, 37, asked for a change of judge which was granted.  A future court date  has not yet been set.

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