Adair County Sheriff

Dalton James Cormeny, 29, 516 Main St., Fontanelle was charged on Adair County warrant for failure to appear on the original charges of second-degree theft and felony forgery noon Jan. 4 in Fontanelle.

Cormeny was released on $5,000 bond.

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Jimmy Alan Robertson, 56, Northwest Walnut St., Apt. 3, Bridgewater, was charged domestic assault — bodily injury and first-degree harassment 7:13 p.m. Jan. 6 at his residence.

According to an Adair County Sheriff’s report, deputies were dispatched to an apartment where a victim said Robertson choked her and threatened to kill her. The victim said a second victim who she identified as mentally handicapped tried to stop Robertson. She said Robertson then struck the second victim. The second victim said Robertson hit him and that he was afraid Robertson would kill the first victim. Deputies noted the second victim had blood coming from his nostril.

Robertson was released from the Adair County Jail on $3,000 bond.

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Cody Andrew Carter-Baumgardner, 31, 3238 40th St., Stuart, was charged with possession of drug paraphernalia and possession of a controlled substance on an Adair County warrant for domestic assault — impeding blood/air flow and second-degree harassment 6:58 p.m. Jan. 8 at his residence.

According to an Adair County Sheriff’s report, officers from the Stuart Police department were dispatched to a victim’s home Jan. 1. A victim showed the officers a series of threatening texts from Carter-Baumgardner that said he would come armed with a gun to the residence where she was staying, threatening to beat her, kill her cat, burn all of her stuff, and destroy her car. The victim asked to speak with another officer about an assault that occurred Dec. 25. The victim said on that date, Carter-Baumgardner punched her in the face, threw a phone charger hitting her on the head, bit and punched her arm and choked her with a shirt. The victim showed officers pictures of a bruise on her arm and back. Jan. 7 Adair County deputies executed a warrant on the above charges and performed a search on Carter-Baumgardner’s residence. Deputies discovered three wooden pipes with a smell of burnt marijuana, a red glass pipe containing burnt plant material, two glass pipes with a crystalline substance and black burn marks resembling meth pipes, a light bulb that had been converted to a pipe with a crystalline substance and black burn marks, and a baggie containing a black substance that yielded a presumptive positive when field tested for tetrahydrocannabinol. Deputies believed the substance to be Hashish.

Carter-Baumgarner was released from the Adair County Jail on $5,000 bond.

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Ryan James Cook, 41, of Anita, was charged on an Adair County warrant for the original charge of first-offense operating while under the influence 10:01 p.m. Jan. 8.

Cook was released after serving the balance of his jail time owed.

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Scott Sherman Ingram, 47, of Fontanelle was charged with going armed with intent 7:03 p.m. Jan. 9 at a victim’s residence in Greenfield.

According to a Greenfield Police report, officers were dispatched to a residence regarding an assault and a male with a gun. Ingram was sitting in a vehicle behind the residence. Ingram said he was assaulted by someone in the residence. A witness corroborated this statement and said Ingram left the residence but returned with a gun pointing forward. Ingram admitted to having a gun and entering the residence with it in order to protect himself while getting his cellphone and keys. Ingram said there were no rounds in the chamber but there were rounds in the magazine.

Ingram was being held on $5,000 bond.

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Joshua Austin Curry, 28, of Fontanelle was charged with simple assault 7:40 p.m. Jan. 9 at his residence.

According to a Greenfield Police report, officers were officers were dispatched to a residence regarding an assault. A witness stated Curry assaulted a victim, hitting him in the face three times.

Curry was released on his promise to appear.