Busy Afternoon in Sheridan County Circuit Court

Busy Afternoon in Sheridan County Circuit Court

It was a full docket Monday afternoon in Sheridan County Circuit Court. Sheridan Media's Ron Richter was there and has the details.

33-year-old Sheridan resident Travis Bougie plead “Not Guilty” to two felony larceny charges where he allegedly stole copper wire from a storage facility in Sheridan. Circuit Court Judge John Sampson set a $25,000 cash bond due to Bougie's criminal history, which included several prior convictions of Burglary and Theft.

Judge Sampson set a $10,000 cash bond for 19-year-old Sheridan resident Antonio Allen for Felony Delivery of a Controlled Substance. Allen allegedly was providing the prescription drug Adderall to two Freshman at Sheridan High School, who were in turn selling the pills to other students at the High School.

A $1,500 cash bond was set for Jeremy Ziegler from Billings, Montana, who is charged with Felony Larceny for allegedly stealing a Harley Davidson motorcycle from a residence in Sheridan in September of last year. Judge Sampson also ordered Ziegler to have no contact with a co-defendant in the case, as well as the owner of the motorcycle.

Judge Sampson sentenced 18-year-old Patrick Settle from Cle Elum, Washington to six days in jail for the charge of Interference with a Peace Officer. Settle was pulled over this past Sunday afternoon at Loaf-N-Jug in Sheridan by officers with the Sheridan Police Department. The stop was made following a report by an officer who spotted a female juvenile who was reportedly missing from Spokane, Washington. The office spotted the girl in a van with three male individuals in the Safeway parking lot.

Settle was charged with Interference with a Peace Officer after providing a false name and birth date when officers pulled the van over at Loaf-N-Jug. It was noted in Court, that there may be further charges brought against Settle in connection with the missing 13-year-old girl.


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