Failure to comply warrant issued for repeat offender

April 16, 2020 | Courts

NEWKIRK — Judge David Bandy revoked Kassandra Mary Jean Anderson’s bond in Kay County District Court this month and issued a bench warrant for her arrest.

Bandy took the action after the court found that Anderson is not in compliance with Anna McBride Act, a mental health court program.

On April 3, 2019 Anderson was charged with felony use of a vehicle. (see story)

On Oct. 25, 2019 she was charged with possession of a firearm after conviction during probation, endangering others while eluding police and a misdemeanor charge of obstructing an officer. (see story)

According to Ponca City police logs, officers made contact with Anderson at 721 N. Oak in Ponca City on March 30, after responding to a report of a disturbance. The warrant was not active at that time.

According to the Oklahoma District Court Network, bond for Anderson is set at $20,000 in the authorized use of vehicle case and $200,000 in the second case. Anyone with information on Anderson’s location is urged to call police.

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