BEATRICE – A man serving a one-year Lancaster County jail term was sentenced Wednesday to one year of concurrent time on a Gage County District Court sentence.
Bradley Foss, convicted of possessing methamphetamine, was sentenced Wednesday by Judge Rick Schreiner. At the time of a Gage County traffic stop, officers discovered a warrant for Foss from Lancaster County. He later was convicted of drug possession by a Lancaster County jury. Foss will also serve twelve months post-release supervision, concurrent with the Lancaster County sentence.
In a separate case, Judge Schreiner sentenced Cassandra Jurgens to a two-year term of probation for drug possession.
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Jurgens was ordered to be on specialized substance abuse supervision. She told the judge she hopes to get the probation transferred to Cass County, where she now lives.
In a third case, Judge Schreiner revoked the probation sentence being served by Justin Kelch and sentenced him to concurrent 120-day jail terms on two misdemeanor convictions. Kelch previously admitted violating terms of his probation.
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Kelch was convicted of obstructing a police officer and attempted false reporting. He had been sentenced to an 18-month term of probation in March, of last year. Kelch failed to report to probation and failed to submit to drug or alcohol testing.
In February of 2017, Kelch was arrested by Gage County law officers a day after they investigated him being with a 16-year-old runaway in a camper, along South 94th Road. Kelch initially fled on foot when officers discovered the runaway inside the camper, but turned himself in, the next day.