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Toni Lynn Allen
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James D. Burnside
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Joshua T. Holmes
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Taylor C. Rivera

On Sunday at approximately 10:20 a.m., a patrol officer contacted Toni L. Allen, who was the passenger in a car that has stopped at a business in the 3000 block of South Jeffers. 

The officer knew there were two active arrest warrants for Allen.

Allen was arrested for two warrants for failing to appear in Lincoln County District Court to face charges of possession of controlled substance and shoplifting. 

And, when Allen was arrested, she was again found in possession of a substance that appeared to be methamphetamine, as well as other prescription controlled substances. 

Allen was charged with two additional counts of possessing a controlled substance.



James D. Burnside was allowed to check out jail for two days to attend his brother’s funeral in Iowa.

Burnside was arrested by the North Platte Police on Feb. 26 and charged with possession of child pornography. 

He has been incarcerated since, but the Lincoln County District Court granted his request to attend his brother’s funeral.

Burnside was released from the Lincoln County jail at 3 p.m. June 6. He returned to jail at noon on June 8. 

Burnside appeared in Lincoln County District Court Monday and pled not guilty to the charge.



The Lincoln County Court issued an arrest warrant on April 28 for Joshua T. Holmes for possession of a controlled substance -- methamphetamine. 

Holmes turned himself in at the Lincoln County jail on Sunday.



On Friday at approximately 7:20 p.m. officers were called to a business in the 1700 block of East Fourth where a man, Taylor Rivera, and his girlfriend were involved in a disturbance. 

The man assaulted the woman inside of the business, according to the police. He choked the woman, and she received other minor injuries as well. 

Patrons of the business intervened. Rivera left prior to police arrival. Police contacted him later outside his home and charged him with third-degree domestic assault and strangulation.


Police picked up Payton Zambito around 1:30 p.m. on June 5 after they received information that Zambito was at a house located in the 700 West B.

Zambito was wanted because he failed to appear in Lincoln County Court for a shoplifting charge. 


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The North Platte Bulletin - Published 6/8/2014
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