Man could face prison for burglary
September 8, 2016
A man could be facing a lengthy prison term for breaking in to his mother's house.
Roger Dale Abraham-Noble, 30, was arrested in August for entering his mother's home without permission and stealing money, according to the police report.
The mother was in the hospital at the time and asked the daughter to check on the house.
When the daughter got to the house the back door was open, but Abraham-Noble got away while she called the cops.
When police went to look for him they brought along a K-9 officer, and threatened to unleash the dog if Abraham-Noble didn't come out.
He told the officers that he didn't steal any money, but a Facebook video he posted showed him with the money.
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The felony charge could face up to 10 years in prison and up to a $10,000 fine.
The case was continued until Sept. 13 to give Abraham-Noble a chance to understand the consequences before he makes a plea.
■Jordan Schroeder, 24, pleaded guilty to a handful of probation violations on Tuesday.
He was originally sentenced in January to probation for a 2014 charge of statutory sexual seduction.
Schroeder had sex with two minors after meeting them online and inviting them to a "kickback."
He was given a 40-month suspended sentence and placed on probation not to exceed five years.
Violating his probation could mean that he will serve the underlying sentence.
The violations that he admitted were that he consumed a controlled substance by smoking marijuana used a device with access to the internet and had sexually explicit materials.
Judge Tod Young was concerned about Schroder's mental health, and denied a request for release.
"His risk to the public also includes a risk to himself," said Young.
The case was continued until Oct. 4.
■Joseph Anderson, 26, was sentenced on Tuesday for reckless driving causing substantial bodily harm.
In March, the vehicle Anderson was driving on Highway 50 failed to maintain its lane and struck a pedestrian.
The pedestrian suffered multiple fractured ribs, acute blood loss, internal bleeding and a collapsed lung, according to the police report.
"I do own up for my mistakes," said Anderson. "I wish I could take it all back."
He was given a 12-36 month suspended prison sentence and placed on probation not to exceed five years.
He was also ordered to pay $2,000 fines on top of assessments and fees.
Young ordered him to serve 30 days in jail as part of his probation.
He was originally facing up to 72 months in prison and up to a $5,000 fine.
He pleaded guilty in the East Fork Justice Court for misdemeanor driving under the influence, which he will be sentenced for at a later date.
"Your behavior was reckless," said Young. "It was reckless disregard for the safety of others."
He has credit for five days time served that will come off of his prison sentence.