Wellington man faces trial in trafficking case – The Record-Courier

A Wellington man faces a three-day trial in connection with a trafficking in a controlled substance charge.

Daryl Lorne Nolan, 57, was arrested in a Feb. 17 traffic stop. Issues with Nolan’s license plate and the odor of marijuana coming from the vehicle prompted a K-9 sniff, which allegedly revealed 19.6 grams of methamphetamine and $1,201 in cash.

Attorneys said it would require 2-3 days to try Nolan on the charge, which is a felony.

A man whose attorney said he requires twice weekly testosterone injections received probation after he admitted to possession of a controlled substance.

A $5,000 bench warrant was issued for the arrest of a man who dropped out of Western Nevada Drug Court.

Javier A. Walker, 24, received a deferred sentence for possession of a stolen motor vehicle stolen June 8, 2017.

Walker was scheduled to appear in District Court on Monday. He also has a warrant out of East Fork Justice Court.

A Gardnerville woman faces 18-48 months in prison if she fails probation for fraudulent use of a credit card.

Ann Giselle Syphus-Freed, 55, admitted she used a 75-year-old man’s credit card to withdraw money at a casino.

Syphus-Freed was ordered to pay $804 restitution in connection with the theft.

She said that she felt that she was owed the money because she believed there was an agreement that she would be paid for caregiving.

The arraignment for a woman, who was squatting at a Lake Tahoe rental where her roommates were arrested in a drug raid, was delayed a week on Tuesday.

Meagan Rene Turkington, 27, has been in custody since Sept. 3 after she was taken into custody on a fugitive warrant.

The raid occurred in May and resulted in the arrest of Joseph Cudia and Diego Corralles and

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