Apr 27, 2016

Local Jehovah's witness elder's preliminary hearing continued due to "ongoing investigation"

A preliminary hearing for Dale Standridge was scheduled for today. The People requested a continuance, defense did not object. Judge Timothy Cissna granted the continuance.

"Ongoing investigation" was one of the reasons given by Deputy District Attorney Stacey Dad's.

Intervention is June 8. Preliminary hearing is June 20.

Feb 24, 2016


Preliminary hearing for Dale Standridge, local Jehovah Witnesses elder, charged with recurring sexual conduct of a minor child

Dale Standridge's case was scheduled for disposition and reset this afternoon. His preliminary hearing for February 3 was continued at the request of the defense.

Deputy District Attorney Stacey Eads is prosecuting this case for the People. Public Defender Ms. Kelly Neel has been appointed to represent Standridge.

Preliminary hearing scheduled for April 27.


Nov 16, 2015


$100,000 bail for Dale Standridge charged with recurring sexual conduct of a child under age 14

Dale Standridge who had bail set for $100,000, posted bail and appeared out of custody for his arraignment this afternoon for the felony charge if PC 288.5 a.

It is alleged in the complaint filed by the District Attorney's office that in Count 1 covering the period "from June 23, 2007 to June 23, 2013,"Standridge engaged in "three or more lewd and lascivious acts with Jane Doe," who is under the age of 14, while residing with the child.

According to one source, Standridge, who is 48 years old, is the owner of Sharp Auto graphics in Eureka.

At first, Mr. Greg Rael, a private attorney was going to make a special appearance, then the Public Defender's office was appointed for Standridge who indicated he could not afford a private attorney.

Standridge entered pleas of not guilty, waived time. Intervention is set for January 20 at 3 p.m. Preliminary hearing is set for February 3 at 8:30.

288.5.  (a) Any person who either resides in the same home with the
minor child or has recurring access to the child, who over a period
of time, not less than three months in duration, engages in three or
more acts of substantial sexual conduct with a child under the age of
14 years at the time of the commission of the offense


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