Ryan Kinsley-Daniszewski of Mountain Home made a reappearance in Baxter County Circuit Court Thursday on five active criminal cases filed against him.
The 25-year-old Kinsley-Daniszewski's charges include possession of drug paraphernalia, residential burglary, theft of property, breaking or entering and criminal mischief.
The latest charges against Kinsley-Daniszewski were filed last month when officers went to the residence of a probationer -- Julieann McMeechan -- to conduct a compliance check. They reported finding drug paraphernalia in the home, including digital scales and a large "meth bong" containing methamphetamine residue, as well as other smoking devices.
Kinsley-Daniszewski was found to be staying in the residence, and he was also charged with possession of drug paraphernalia.
In another case, Kinsley-Daniszewski was charged with residential burglary and theft of property stemming from a break-in at a home along Buford Road.
The residents of the home were in the process of moving but had not yet cleared the house of all their belongings. Investigators determined entry had been made through a set of French doors at the rear of the residence. The residents reported firearms and several jars full of coins were missing. Daniszewski and another man were seen at the coin exchange machine at a local grocery with the jars allegedly taken from the home.
In other cases, Kinsley-Daniszewski is charged with stealing a mountain bike valued at $4,000 on September 26th last year. A confidential informant tipped investigators Kinsley-Daniszewski had taken the bicycle, according to the probable cause affidavit.
A few days prior to the theft of the bike, Kinsley-Daniszewski was alleged to have participated in the theft of a $7,000 Arctic Cat Prowler UTV from the lot of an RV dealer along State Highway 5 North.
A confidential informant told investigators a second man involved in the theft of the Arctic Cat, Zachary Bales, was offering to trade the stolen UTV for drugs. Bales and Kinsley-Daniszewski were identified as the people who took the stolen UTV to a residence where it remained overnight. Kinsley-Daniszewski was reported to have returned to the residence in a truck the next day, loaded the Arctic Cat in the vehicle and took it to some unknown location.
In May last year, Kinsley-Daniszewski was charged with being involved in the break-in of a residence along County Road 608. The homeowner was in the process of making upgrades to the house and was not living in the residence at the time of the break-in.
Investigators found the front door of the home had been kicked in and the garage door had been left partially opened. A lawn mower was found to be missing. The theft was mentioned to the owner of a local roofing company who had done work at the residence. The roofing company owner said Kinsley-Daniszewski, who had been fired from his job, had come into possession of a mower fitting the description of the one taken from the home on County Road 608.
The mower was located at Kinsley-Daniszewski's residence. He told officers he had purchased it from a man named Michael, but did not know the seller's last name. The mower had been repainted to change its appearance.
In the missing mower case, Kinsley-Daniszewski was charged with residential burglary, theft of property and criminal mischief.
Judge Gordon Webb set a bond of $15,000 to cover all of the cases and ordered Kinsley-Daniszewski to reappear in circuit court in early March. A trial on some of the charges is currently scheduled for the week of April 23rd.
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