Sentencing for Colt Corbin, 23, of Broken Bow was set today (Thursday, Nov. 7, 2019) in Custer County District Court for Dec. 19. Corbin was terminated from Problem Solving Court (Drug Court) for violations of terms of Problem Solving Court. He faces sentencing for two cases, Possession of a controlled substance, a Class IV felony; and Burglary, a Class 2A Felony.
Bryan Baker, 57, of Merna pleaded No Contest to an amended complaint, Criminal Mischief, a Class IV Felony. He was also ordered to pay restitution of $10,184.25 to Deanna Baker and $3,665 for medical expenses. According to court documents, on Mar. 2, 2019, Bryan Baker damaged the home of Deanna Baker in Merna and engaged in a scuffle with a Custer County Deputy. Sentencing is scheduled for Dec. 19.
Robin Frawley, 29, of Broken Bow was sentenced to six months in Custer County Jail by District Court Judge Karin Noakes. The state, represented by Deputy County Attorney Kayla Clark, requested a sentence of 18 months on behalf of the state, citing several violations of problem solving court, several failures to appear, two arrests and the fact children had tested positive to being exposed to methamphetamine. Attorney Brandon Hansen argued Frawley needs assistance with addiction and mental heath. Hansen requested time served or probation. Frawley received credit for 97 days served and 12 months post-release supervision along with her six month sentence.