Eluding case dismissed

April 19, 2021 | Courts

NEWKIRK — One case pending against Andrew Quinn Pappan, 25, Ponca City, was dismissed last week in Kay County District Court.

Two cases were pending against Pappan. On Sept. 24, 2020 he was charged with first degree burglary, conspiracy and assault and battery with a deadly weapon, all after two or more felony convictions. A status docket is set for that case on June 4.

Andrew Quinn Pappan

The second case was filed on Dec. 1, 2020.  In that case he was charged with endangering others while eluding police, knowingly concealing stolen property and a misdemeanor charge of driving with out a license. That case was dismissed on April 15 by Judge David Wilkie on a motion made by the state. The motion was made after the Ponca City police officer involved was not able to make a proper identification in court.

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