Nye County Court Reports

By Eunette Gentry

Former area teacher, Ann Marie Landberg, is finally formally arrested on July 20, 2018 – more than six months after being charged on January 4, 2018, with Unlawful Contact With Child, a Gross Misdemeanor”.  According to Landberg’s “Declaration of Arrest”, on July 20th:  “Landberg was instructed by Judge Wanker to report to the Nye County Detention Center – Pahrump, to be Booked and Released on the…charge” of “Contact with Minor/Mentally Ill person, (1st) Gross Misdemeanor”.  This took place during Landberg’s July 20th “Sentencing Hearing” in District Court.  Also during that proceeding:  the “court reviewe[d] the case history and…the Sentencing Recommendations of the Division of Parole and Probation set forth in the PSI Report.  [The] court adjudicate[d] the defendant [as] Guilty [– after Landberg previously made a Guilty Plea].  Defense addresse[d] the court and follows the recommendations. …The defendant [did] not want to address the court [during Sentencing.  Then Landberg was sentenced] to [a total of] $1,028 [in] fines; 364 days NDC Suspended; [and,] 3 years Probation – with all the special terms and conditions.”  After sentencing, that’s when Landberg was “booked in the system”.  Landberg entered a previously arranged “Guilty Plea” agreement during her first appearance in District Court – which was for her “Arraignment Hearing” – back on June 15, 2018.  During that proceeding:  Landberg was “present [while] in custody.  [The] court canvass[ed] the defendant, outline[d] the Guilty Plea Agreement…and the maximum possible sentence.…[Landberg pleaded]  Guilty and waive[d] her Constitutional Rights to Trial….[Then, Landberg] address[ed] the court and apologized for her actions” – during her Arraignment.  Nye County School District’s Superintendent confirmed with NEWS46 that Landberg: “worked as a substitute from February 8, 2017 to October 6, 2017.”  The acts Landberg committed occurred between “September 1, 2017” and “October 6, 2017”

 

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