COUNCIL GROVE, Kan. (KSNT) – A Council Grove lawyer finds himself on the other aspect of the law. A criminal grievance filed in Morris County claims the lawyer applied a semitrailer in an endeavor to bring about bodily damage to a metropolis council member and his spouse.
In accordance to the criminal criticism filed in the District Court of Morris County, Steven D. Iverson is charged with:
- Two counts of aggravated assault
- Interference with regulation enforcement
- Interference with the judicial process
- Intimidation of a witness or target
- Reckless driving
The criticism states that on or about July 25, 2020, Iverson attempted to use a semitrailer as a lethal weapon from Council Grove Council Member Keith Wessel. Iverson is also dealing with expenses for applying a semitrailer as a lethal weapon towards Alicia Wessel.
The criticism states Iverson interfered with Morris County Sheriff’s Deputy Alex Wooden while on obligation. The criticism also states that Iverson attempted to intimidate Keith and Alicia Wessel from submitting a grievance.
Iverson could deal with 11 to 34 months in jail and/or up to a $100,000 high-quality for every of the aggravated assault prices. In addition, he could confront 5 to 17 months in jail for the interference cost and 7 to 23 months in county jail if he is discovered responsible of the intimidation cost.
His following court date is July 7.