Continuance on probation modification
by C.F. David
Dwayne Fry's quest for a modification to his probation from the year 2000, was given a continuance to Aug. 4.
Also, August 18, has been set aside for the evidentiary hearing on the modification request.
The continuance was granted due to the fact that Fry's attorney, Charles Aspinwall, of Albuquerque, N.M. has not as of yet, received permission to practice in Oklahoma.
Fry pleaded guilty in 2000 to charges of conspiring to produce and distribute methamphetamine with the intent of bringing harm to former District Judge George Leach II, his son George Leach III, an Assistant D.A. in Guymon, former Cimarron County Sheriff Ken Miller, and Fry's son Dallas, all of whom he considered to be enemies.
Because of the attempt to harm the Leachs, Miller and his son, Fry's probation kept him from coming within 2,000 yards of any of the aforementioned individuals and kept Fry, who then lived in Folsom, N.M. from coming into Boise City and from entering eastern Cimarron County or Elkhart, Kan. without permission.
Fry, who now lives in Boise City while awaiting the outcome of his modification attempt, has requested the changes in his probation so that he may live near his mother.
The state is now represented in the hearing by Assistant D.A. Pat Versteeg, of Ellis County since District 1, District Attorney Mike Boring recused himself and his entire staff due to a possible conflict of interest.
Boise City News