Delk; Paumer Waive Speedy Preliminary Hearings

Circuit Court News
Circuit Court News

Sheridan resident Eddie Delk was to have had his Preliminary Hearing in Sheridan County Circuit Court Thursday afternoon, but he opted to waive his right to a speedy Prelim.

Delk is charged with one count of Aggravated Assault and Battery for inflicting a non-fatal gunshot wound on Kenny Rosalez, also of Sheridan, during an altercation March 19th at the home of Rosalez' former in-laws. Delk had his Initial Appearance on March 21st; Judge John Sampson had set a $50,000 cash bond on him.

In another case, 39-year-old Cammie Paumer of Clearmont was also to have had her Preliminary Hearing before Judge Sampson on Thursday, but she, too, waived her right to a speedy Prelim.

Paumer, who is accused of allegedly stealing money from the Hand in Hand Center for whom she'd worked as a bookkeeper, has been charged with a total of nine counts: six felonies that include three Forgery charges; two charges of Larceny; and one charge of Obtaining Property Under False Pretenses.

The three misdemeanors include two counts of Unlawful Use of a Credit Card and one count of Larceny under $1,000. The three misdemeanors allegedly occurred while Paumer worked as an Administrative Assistant for A&B Builders in Sheridan.

At her Initial Appearance on March 14th, Circuit Court Judge John Sampson had set a $20,000 cash only bond for Paumer.

Preliminary Hearings will be re-scheduled for both Delk and Paumer in the near future.

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