Dec 31, 2019 12:33 PM

Riley County Arrest Report Tuesday Dec. 31

Posted Dec 31, 2019 12:33 PM

The following is a summary of arrests, citations by the Riley County Police Department. Those arrested are presumed innocent until proven guilty in a court of law.

Stephanie McGrath has previous convictions for criminal damage to property and for drugs, according to the Kansas Department of Corrections
Stephanie McGrath has previous convictions for criminal damage to property and for drugs, according to the Kansas Department of Corrections

ANTONY JOEL NGANGA PERRY, 25, Fort Riley, Driving under the influence of drugs/alcohol; 1st  conv; blood/breath .08 or >; Bond $750

TABRIMON TARTAN BROWN, 41, Manhattan,Domestic battery; Knowing or reckless bodily harm to family/person in dating relationship Aggravated domestic battery; choke in rude manner; family member/dating relationship; Bond $6000

LECIA CLAIRE TAYLOR, 20, Manhattan,Domestic battery; Knowing rude physical contact  w/ family member or dating relationship; Bond $1000

CASSANDRA MARIA BEATTIE, 22, Manhattan,Domestic battery; Knowing rude physical contact 1 w/ family member or dating relationship; Bond $1000

STEPHANIE MAXINE MCGRATH, 40, Clay Center, Failure to Appear (2x) Bond $20,000

MICHAEL JORDAN YOXALL, 27, Manhattan, Criminal trespass; Unknown circumstance; Bond $500

GAVONN ROMAN FONDALL, 40, Jeanrette, LA., PROBATION VIOLATION  Computer unlawful acts; Access w/o authorization with damage < $100,000 Failure to appear Failure to appear, Parole violation, Theft of property or services; Value less than $1,500; All Other Larceny; Bond $14,250

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New crowdfunding platform to save for Kansas children's education

TOPEKA — Kansas State Treasurer Jake LaTurner announced a new way Kansans can save for their children’s education. In partnership with global asset manager American Century Investments®, the Kansas State Treasurer’s office offers the ability to have friends and family contribute to their child’s Learning Quest® 529 Education Savings account using Ugift®. A new feature now available on Ugift is a crowdfunding platform that allows account owners to post on social media to ask family and friends for contributions toward their child’s education savings account.

Learning Quest account owners can easily set up a personalized gifting page, set a goal, add a photo and goal information, and then share the link with family and friends through Facebook, Twitter and email. Account owners can customize the post with their child’s picture and message before posting on social media platforms.

“The gift of a child’s future education is a lasting gift. A gifting campaign is a win-win for families building savings for their child and family members and friends looking for a convenient way to contribute,” said LaTurner. “We are thrilled to be offering this new, innovative way for people to come together to help Kansas kids achieve their dreams for the future.”

Funds that are donated through the crowdfunding platform go directly into the child’s Learning Quest account and may have tax advantages for those who donate. To utilize the new crowdfunding capability, users must have a Learning Quest 529 education savings account. For more information, visit our website at

Before investing, carefully consider the plan's investment objectives, risks, charges and expenses. This information and more about the plan can be found in the Learning Quest Handbook, available by contacting your financial advisor or American Century Investment Services, Inc., Distributor, at 1-800-579-2203, and should be read carefully before investing. If you are not a Kansas taxpayer, consider before investing whether the beneficiary's or your home state offers a 529 Plan that provides its taxpayers with state tax and other benefits not available through this plan.