May 21, 2020 11:10 AM

Riley Co. Arrest Report Thursday May 21

Posted May 21, 2020 11:10 AM
SINGLETARY photo Geary County
SINGLETARY photo Geary County

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.

SHERMAN MARK SHERIN II, 24, Manhattan, Criminal damage to property; Without consent value < $1000; Bond $1000

MARQUES ABEL NATHAN MCNAIR SINGLETARY, 34, Junction City, Failure to Appear; Bond  $500

CITATION REPORT

CHRISTOPHER COVERT, 26, OF MANHATTAN, KS WAS CITED WHILE AT 101 BLUEMONT AVE; WAL-MART IN MANHATTAN FOR THEFT (PETTY) (22-26) ON MAY 19, 2,020 AT APPROXIMATELY 3:58 PM.

KATI CHRISPLE, 22, OF MANHATTAN, KS WAS CITED WHILE AT 101 BLUEMONT AVE; WAL-MART IN MANHATTAN FOR THEFT (PETTY) (22-26) ON MAY 19, 2,020 AT APPROXIMATELY 3:58 PM.

ASHLYNN WILLIAMS, 24, OF MANHATTAN, KS WAS CITED WHILE AT ANDERSON AVE & WREATH AVE IN MANHATTAN FOR INATTENTIVE DRIVING (14-104) ON MAY 19, 2,020 AT APPROXIMATELY 2:40 PM.

DYLAN SMITH, 23, OF MANHATTAN, KS WAS CITED WHILE IN THE 2100 BLK FORT RILEY BLVD IN MANHATTAN FOR SPEEDING (7-33) ON MAY 19, 2,020 AT APPROXIMATELY 2:18 PM.

LEON SANDERS, 82, OF MANHATTAN, KS WAS CITED WHILE IN THE 2800 BLK ANDERSON AVE IN MANHATTAN FOR UNSAFE TURNING OR STOPPING (9-54) ON MAY 19, 2,020 AT APPROXIMATELY 8:34 PM.

KILEY BARNETT, 33, OF LEONARDVILLE, KS WAS CITED WHILE IN THE 300 BLK E BARTON ST IN LEONARDVILLE FOR X DRIVING WHILE SUSPENDED; 1ST CONVICTION (08-0262A11) AND FOR VEHICLES;UNLAWFUL ACTS;REGISTRATION (08-0142) ON MAY 19, 2,020 AT APPROXIMATELY 6:03 PM

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May 21, 2020 11:10 AM
3 men charged with federal hunting violations at Fort Riley

TOPEKA – Three men are charged in federal court on Fort Riley with illegally hunting whitetail deer in off-limit areas located on Fort Riley where explosives are discharged during training exercises, according to U.S. Attorney Stephen McAllister.

The misdemeanor charges allege the men violated the federal Lacey Act while hunting white-tail deer on the grounds of the Army base over the past few years. An investigator’s affidavit alleges the hunters disregarded the posted “off-limits” area, entering before daylight and leaving after dark.

Charged in the case are:

Gregory J. Frikken, 55, Wamego, Kan., one count of criminal trespass, two counts of conspiracy to commit criminal trespass, four counts of Lacey Act violations, one count of conspiracy to commit Lacey Act violations.

James C. Nunley, 32, Wamego, Kan., five counts of Lacey Act violations, one count of criminal trespass and one count of conspiracy to commit criminal trespass.

Michael J. Smith, 55, Watertown, N.Y., one count of criminal trespass, one count of conspiracy to commit criminal trespass, three counts of Lacey Act violations, one count of conspiracy to violate the Lacey Act.

Investigators recovered evidence including deer mounts, antlers, phone data and equipment allegedly used to harvest eight whitetail deer, three of which are considered trophy class.

If convicted, the defendants could face up to one year in jail, maximum $10,000 fine and a mandatory $25 special assessment fee for each Lacey Act Violation which also could include, civil forfeiture and a loss of their federal hunting privileges.