Tuesday was not a good day to drive to court in Stanton for one Norfolk man. Franklin T. Wagner, 58, was arrested by the Stanton County Sheriff’s office on Tuesday morning for Driving during Revocation after he left the courthouse following his DWI arraignment. Wagner was known to be suspended and was observed by the Sheriff’s office driving away from the courthouse. Wagner was taken into custody and had to reappear in front of Judge Mike Long on the new charge of DUS. Wagner was ordered not to drive any vehicle and had his car impounded by the Sheriff’s office for 30 days and he was then released on bond on the new charge.
In a separate court appearance, Cory Haase, 40, of Woodland Park entered guilty pleas to Obstructing a Police Officer, Criminal Trespass and Criminal Mischief for his involvement in an incident earlier this year where he threw a brick through a window of an on-duty Stanton County Sheriff’s deputy Woodland Park residence while his family was home. Haase was arrested after tracks were followed from the scene to his residence and both he and a Jeffrey Ronnfeldt were arrested following a scuffle at the Haase house. Haase is scheduled to be sentenced next month and remains on a house arrest as part of his bond conditions.