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Carson City couple jailed on multiple felony charges of sex assault involving a child

UPDATE: A Carson City couple are in jail after being arrested Friday on multiple counts of sexual assault on a child, a Carson City sheriff’s deputy said. Jessica Soto, 37 and Mario Jesus Quevedo, 27, are in jail on $100,000 bail each. The victim is in protective custody.

The criminal complaint from Carson City Assistant District Attorney Mark Krueger is attached below.

In the criminal warrant, Soto was arrested Friday, 5:12 p.m.

Carson City man receives life sentence for sexually assaulting child

A Carson City man was sentenced 35 years to life in prison on seven counts of sexually assaulting and abusing a child from 2005 to 2012. James G. Johnson, 49, was sentenced Monday in Carson City District Court for 7 different counts of illegal sexual acts with a minor.

Carson City man arrested on suspicion of sexual assault

A 43-year-old Carson City man was arrested Friday on a charge of sexual assault, according a criminal complaint filed by the Carson City District Attorney's Office.

John Allen Teifel was arrested at 6:14 p.m. in the 300 block of East William Street by a Carson City Sheriff's Office Special Enforcement Team deputy after a warrant was issued earlier in the day for his arrest.

Eagle Valley Middle School aide accused of sexual conduct with student

A 28-year-old Eagle Valley Middle School teacher aide was arrested Friday on suspicion of having sexual contact with a student, according to a criminal complaint filed in Carson City Justice Court.

Stephanie Mariskanish was arrested without incident and is being held on $20,000 bail. According to the complaint filed on Friday, the woman is accused of four counts sexual contact with a 14-year-old between Feb. 1 and March 30, 2014.

Carson City District Attorney's Office presents Mom’s Program awards

Carson City District Attorney Neil Rombardo and Assistant District Attorney Mark Krueger recognized moms and their children at the Boys and Girls Club of Western Nevada.

The awards were in recognition of the first graduating pre-school class of the District Attorney’s Moms Program and recognition to the moms for learning new parenting and job skills to help them into the future, according to a news release.

Carson City Man Found Guilty of Sexually Assaulting Girl

A 49-year-old Carson City man was found guilty Friday of seven counts of sexual assault of a young girl.

After eight hours of deliberations, jurors convicted James Johnson of three counts of lewdness with a child under 14, three counts of sexual assault on a child under 15, along with one count of sexual assault on a child under 16.

The trial lasted three days and was prosecuted by Carson City Assistant District Attorney Mark Krueger and Deputy District Attorney Iris Yowell.

Filing period closed: Carson City contested races to be decided in primary, general election

Carson City voters will go to the polls twice this year to decide who they want representing them for the contested office of sheriff.

With the filing period closed, four are running for city's top law enforcement job. The decision will be narrowed to two in the June 10 primary election. Alphabetically those who have filed are: Ken Furlong, Don Gibson, Daniel Gonzales and Lorne Houle.

In the Nov. 4 general election the contested races are as follows:
District Attorney: Mark Krueger and Jason Woodbury.
Supervisor Ward 1: Karen Abowd and Lisa Helget

Carson City Republican Central Committee video of Feb. 27 candidates forum

Here is the video of the Feb. 27 candidates forum hosted by the Carson City Republican Central Committee.

The candidates who participated (in order of their appearance):

Mark Krueger, candidate for Carson City District Attorney (0:00)
Jason Woodbury, candidate for Carson City District Attorney (8:54)
Adam Laxalt, candidate for Nevada Attorney General (18:45)
Dan Schwartz, candidate for Nevada State Treasurer (28:18)
Ken Furlong, candidate for Carson City Sheriff (34:55)
Don Gibson, candidate for Carson City Sheriff (43:23)

Mark Krueger files for Carson City District Attorney

Mark Krueger, Carson City Assistant District Attorney, officially filed to run for Carson City District Attorney on Tuesday, March 4, 2014. The seat is being vacated by current Carson City District Attorney Neil A. Rombardo.

“I have extensive experience working with city government and the criminal justice system,” he said. “Carson City needs an experienced prosecutor, civil litigator and team leader to fill the important role of District Attorney and I bring that to the table.”

Carson City Republican Central Committee Candidate Forum

Event Date: 
February 27, 2014 - 6:30pm

The Carson City Republican Central Committee will hold a candidate forum Feb. 27., 6:30 p.m. at Silver State High School, 788 Fairview Dr. Carson City.

Featured at the forum will be declared Candidates for:

Assistant DA Mark Krueger to run for top Carson City District Attorney seat

Assistant District Attorney Mark Krueger on Saturday announced his candidacy for Carson City District Attorney.

As Assistant District Attorney, Krueger has been second in command at the Carson City District Attorney’s Office since 2012 and leads a team of 22 professional and support staff.

“I have extensive experience working with city government and the criminal justice system,” he said. “Carson City needs an experienced prosecutor, civil litigator and team leader to fill the important role of District Attorney and I bring that to the table.”

Maximum sentence handed down in 2013 Carson City killing on Super Bowl Sunday

David Michael Grimes, 33, was sentenced in Carson City District Court Tuesday to the maximum sentence for voluntary manslaughter in a Feb. 3, 2013 shooting outside a Washington Street home following a Super Bowl Sunday party.

Carson City DA warns new property owners of misleading deed processing solicitations

Carson City District Attorney Neil A. Rombardo and Assistant District Attorney Mark J. Krueger of the Criminal Division, warn of a potentially misleading solicitation for land deed processing from Property Transfer Services.

The District Attorney’s Office received information from local attorneys that Property Transfer Services has been sending solicitations to new property owners in and around Carson City recommending “all Nevada homeowners obtain a copy of their current Grant deed as evidence that the title to the property was in fact transferred to the new owner.”

Capital Crossfire: The demise of the death penalty in Nevada, a bane or blessing?

Capital Crossfire hosts Shelly Aldean and Karl Neathammer discuss the death penalty in Nevada with Nancy Hart, an attorney with the Nevada Coalition Against the Death Penalty and Mark Krueger, assistant district attorney for Carson City.

“Capital Crossfire” can be viewed on Charter Cable 210 Sundays at 7:30pm, Tuesdays at 8pm or Saturdays at 2pm.

Former Carson City high school teacher receives prison sentence for sexual conduct with student

Former Carson High School teacher Jennifer Dalton, 36, was sentenced Tuesday in Carson City District Court to a maximum of 30 months in prison on one felony count of sexual conduct with a student.

Dalton pled no contest on August, 20 to having a sexual relationship with a 17 years old male student.

Assistant District Attorney Mark Krueger argued that the court should send a clear message that teachers, who are in a position of trust by parents, families, and communities, should be sent to prison for violating that trust.

Carson City man receives maximum sentence in 2011 child abuse case

A 28-year-old Carson City man was sentenced in Carson City District Court Monday to the maximum sentence of 28 months up to 72 months in prison for one count of child abuse.

Franklin Laidley was convicted of crimes that happened between May 1 and May 13, 2011, in which he physically abused his live-in girlfriend’s six-month old daughter, said Carson City District Attorney Neil A. Rombardo.

The six-month old child sustained blunt force trauma to her head. According to the Criminal Information filed by the District Attorney’s Office, the injuries were consistent with the child being intentionally injured by being shaken and/or struck.

Rombardo to appoint Mark Krueger as Carson City Assistant District Attorney

With the recent appointment of Gerald Gardner to Chief of Staff for the Governor’s Office, Carson City District Attorney Neil A. Rombardo will be appointing Mark Krueger to fill the Assistant District Attorney position vacated by Gardner, according to a news release. Krueger will officially begin his new role as Carson City’s second in charge of the District Attorney’s Office on Sept. 24.

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