District Court of Kansas Third Judicial District

Donald Troth, Asst. Director (Adllit Services) l1,nr)' ,Hoare, Asst, Director T0pckd,

KS 66623-396;

(Special Services) Sarah ,Hays, Asst, Director

Ext, .•::-"

(jllt'enile Services)

M E M 0 RAN TO: FROM: DATE: RE: CASE: Judge James P. Buchele Mary Kelly, March Court Services

D D M

Officer

I

14, 1995 Hal G. Richardson

Bond Supervision #95-CR-836

Mr. Richardson was placed on Bond Supervision February 20, 1995. He was originally arrested on February 18, 1995, and made a $250 cash bond. He was rearrested February 20 at the Domestic Battery first appearance docket for violating the no contact order on his bond. Mr. Richardson reported to me for the first time March 2, 1995, after I contacted him. He did not return for our scheduled appointment this week nor did he call to reschedule. Friends of the victim report seeing the victim's car at Mr. Richardson's home. Mr. Richardson's bond has again been revoked and there is a warrant for. his arrest. In regard to Mr. Richardson's criminal history, I have attached updated information taken from a PSI done in 1990. As you can see, Mr. Richardson has been placed on probation five times in the past 15 years. I do not believe he is a good candidate for probation. However, in the event he is convicted and should the court grant probation, I recommend the following conditions:
1.

2. 3. 4. 5.

Obtain a drug and alcohol evaluation and follow all recommendations for treatment and aftercare. No drug and alcohol consumption/random DAis. Enter and successfully complete the Alternatives to Battering Program. No violent contact with the victim, Claudine Dombroski. Obtain a psychological evaluation and follow all recommendations for treatment. EXHIBIT

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Adult:
Date
1. 11-14-80

FBI

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-L '!'PO -L other -L (Previous prelientence report) Disposition One year probation Dismissed.

otrenae Obstructing Legal Process Possession of Marijuana Disorderly Conduct Disobeying a Police Officer Open Container Battery Possession of Marijuana

2. 05-08-81

3. 09-21-81 4. 02-22-84 5. 04-05-89

Six months probation. Six aonths probation.

Battery on a Law Enforcement Officer Obstructing DUI Speeding Legal Process

One year probation. Dismissed. Dismissed, refiled. Dismissed. Pending. Pending. to be

6. 06-26-90

Battery (present offense) DUI COUrt services' Files --..

7. 08-07-90

Juvenile: MIA

other

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IN THE DISTRICT STATE OF KANSAS

COURT o.F' SHAWNEE

COUNTY
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KANSAS

vs.
hAL G. RICHARDSON DEFENDANT

94-CR-

STATE

Of' Y-.Al1SAS

COUNTY

01:'SfIAWNEE
AFFIDAVI.T

--. ~ancy S.:.pl<;";ii Brumbeloe lSi;lful
.Lows;

f

Assistant

District

Att.orney,
depoae

beiuq and ~t;.at.:;; o.~
,r ~0m

ag"€:and first :'hat I have

duly

sworn upon my Oa.t.h" the. following

received

infor1IUitt.ion

f.;:'::;ri;cJ:.3.::emant.6

of

the

alleged

vict.i.ro. Claudine

Do:mbroWSK..'~

aua

U1...:;:ks

and

nd.rstHi

were

dispatched to

119

Sis WJ.l.J..ow Way

on

b

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grabb.inq

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~4:.::.\lne~,.(H:fIf;a~"-'ft~'wa~~~~'tb~0,B'f'::~nBIt1b"t'~1&~'WhaJ.) ~
:empted
to

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leave

Richard •• Oil

woulci

not let

her go,

~au~~

Dombrowskl;

however.

Dombrowski

grabbed

the scissors,
from

held
her.

,o~ore tier and demanded
:":~,~: r t. e

that Richardson

stay away

some

additional

refusal,

Richardson finally allowed Domher vehicle
-+::0

brcvsk:

to leave~
",l._

Dombrowski went to
bU.t

wai~
..

for

a 1,-:'- l ~.7er

became

cold

and came back inside
-;;on .. Dombro<wski/

Officers

observedbruisesandscratch',cma:rkllf
~rms and -elhdtT's',

sneck"face, shoulder, and

... a.;larqe'hrutsea.ridsc.ratchbtt'h~r

uGH ..Left. earring
-;::::i.cers
oJ
'•••.

had beentorn;ou:t;;ofher,
aIso spoke
1'ft.r

earicaue-ing
accused

b.Le@di.ng.
Dombrowski

ith

Richardl,wnrwho,

D-e~,nq bhe
,~'-.n~ .
" "-j

aggressor!

saying

that she became
,... th ri the

angry and went
scissors.

:--J~

;.~sidence

damaging

property

Ri-

injuries
•. ~o <1

sh€displi1yed,
events

and ;3tated that ghe was his wifeo
occurred in Shawnee County
7

f~Jrementioned :'lhe;~e£o:re

Kansas.

the

affiant

believe5

that that
issue

there are reasonable committed
a warrant

GrnLlnds

and

probable
above

cause to believe
prays the Court

the
for

cz-imes
his ar-

""leGe, i_bee:

Eind

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nr."kbeloe

>janc]~' :; iDles)

Assista~t

'~str1ctAttorney

subscri

bed

and

sworn to

before

me on

this

of

Februar],

199':.

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