Hearing set in Newkirk burglary and larceny casesOctober 11, 2019 | Courts
NEWKIRK — A status docket is set in Kay County District Court on Nov. 1 for David Joseph Lucksted, 76, Newkirk.
Luckstead has two pending cases, both filed on Aug. 6. In the first case, Luckstead s facing a felony charge of second degree burglary. Kay County deputy Kyle Colclasure reports Lucksted was arrested at 815 west 12th on July 26.
Authorities report a couple allege they saw Lucksted coming out of their shed carrying an object. Lucksted reportedly told the deputy he was outside the shed and that he argued with the couple but left when heard someone say get a gun.
In the second case, Lucksted is charged with a felony count of larceny from a house and a misdemeanor charge of knowingly concealing stolen property. In that case, he is accused of stealing a firearm from a family member. During an interview, he reportedly told authorities he does not know where the weapon is but reportedly admitted to taking the tools and extension cord. Lucksted is incarcerated at the Kay County Detention Center.