Sumner Newscow report â€” The Sumner County Sheriff Office report for May 4 to May 10, 2015 weekly jail bookings are as follows: Martin, Jacob M30Wichita, KSSedgwick County JailSGSOProbation Violation5/4/15 Bail Bondsman1 Smith, Jason L33Wichita, KSI-35 MM 33KHPDriving under Influence of alcohol or drugs5/7/15 Wellington PD6 Howard, Vernon38Salina, KSLarned State HospitalSUSOServing Sentence5/8/15 Bookings Belle Plaine Mulvane2 Oxford NameAgeHome TownArrest locationAgencyChargesArrest date Monday 0600Â toÂ Monday 0600Â Â WEEKLYÂ Â BOOKINGSÂ 5/4/2015 thru 5/10/2015Â Jones, Jamez D22Wichita, KS1321 N Indiana, Wichita, KSOwens BondingBond Revocation5/6/15 Vasquez, Andres57Wichita, KSI-35 MP 6KHPDriving while a habitual violator, Operate vehicle without liability insurance5/8/15 Wiley, Charles J.J.35Wichita, KSSedgwick County JailSGSOBurglary, Theft5/6/15 KRGC Mudd, Autumn E29Wichita, KS317 E Lincoln, Wellington, KSWellingtonDomestic Battery5/8/15 Bolden, Christopher L48Wichita, KS501 N Washington, Wellington, KSSUSOProbation Violation5/7/15 Sumner Co9 Mendenhall, Megan J37Grove, OK800 N Popular, Wellington, KSWellingtonDriving while license suspended, Bond Revocation5/7/15 Prentice, Patricia R47Wichita, KSSedgwick County JailSGSOFailure to Appear5/4/15 Kackley, Corey J21Wichita, KSSedgwick County JailSGSOFailure to Appear5/4/15 Asbury, Joshua M22Wellington, KS610 E Hillside, Wellington, KSWellingtonServing Sentence5/9/15 Holland, Cristofer J22Mulvane, KSI-35 MP 25KHPProbation Violation5/9/15 Barker, Zachary V32Wellington, KS8th and High, Wellington, KSSUSODriving under the influence of alcohol or drugs, Refusal to submit a preliminary breath test5/9/15 Caldwell PD0 Terrel, Michael A44Mulvane, KS1634 E 20th Ave N, Mulvane, KSSUSOGiving a worthless check X45/4/15 Pudden, Brady M41Arkansas City, KS610 E Hillside, Wellington, KSSUSOServing Sentence5/8/15 Castandeda, Daniel30Carrollton, TXKTA I-35 MP 3KHPDriving while license suspended5/9/15 Seymore, Quintin R36Wichita, KS800 N Main, Mulvane, KSMulvaneFailure to Appear5/4/15 Wolf, Joshua A39Wellington, KS1011 Shady Lane, Wellington, KSWellingtonDriving under influence of alcohol or drugs, Refusal to submit test for drugs or alcohol, Interference w/ LEO, Fleeing or ettempting to elude a LEO5/10/15 Torres, Eduardo L21Wichita, KS777 Kansas Star Dr, Mulvane, KSMulvaneDriving under Influence of alcohol or drugs, Failure to report accident5/5/15 Koehn, Lisa M34Wellington, KSSumner County Court HouseSUSOServing Sentence5/6/15 Johnson, Joey C42Wichita, KSSedgwick County JailSGSOFailure to Appear5/4/15 Clark, Raymond W54Wichita, KS501 N Washington, Wellington, KSSUSOServing Sentence5/8/15 Sedgwick Co54 Moore, Bryar N21Wellington, KS815 N Woodlawn, Wellington, KSWellingtonDomestic Battery, Criminal damage to property5/5/15 Warren, Kamdon H23Wichita, KS600 E 199th, Peck, KSSUSODriving while license suspended5/8/15 KHP6 Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Zavala, Austin26Comanche, OKI-35 MM 25.6KHPWarrant Arrest for other agency5/7/15 Toothman, Haley N26Wellington, KS1106 N A Street, Wellington, KSWellingtonDriving Under the influence of alcohol or drugs5/9/15 Walter, Ricardo20Harlingen, TXKTA I-35 MP 16KHPDriving while license suspended, Operate vehicle without liability insurance, Failure to pay toll5/4/15 Parks, Angela M30Hutchinson, KS610 E Hillside, Wellington, KSSUSOServing Sentence5/8/15 Total78
Brittle stars are included within a whole range of species, which contribute to knowledge in the medically important area of tissue regeneration. All brittle stars regenerate lose limbs, but the rate at which this occurs is highly variable and species-specific. One of the slowest rates of arm regeneration reported so far is that of the Antarctic Ophionotus victoriae. Additionally, O. victoriae also has an unusual delay in the onset of regeneration of about 5 months. Both processes are of interest for the areas of regeneration biology and adaptation to cold environments. One method of understanding the details of regeneration events in brittle stars is to characterise the genes involved. In the largest transcriptome study of any ophiuroid to date, we describe the results of mRNA pyrosequencing from pooled samples of regenerating arms of O. victoriae. The sequencing reads resulted in 18,000 assembled contiguous sequences of which 19% were putatively annotated by blast sequence similarity searching. We focus on the identification of major gene families and pathways with potential relevance to the regenerative processes including the Wnt/β-catenin pathway, Hox genes, the SOX gene family and the TGF beta signalling pathways. These data significantly increase the amount of ophiuroid sequences publicly available and provide candidate transcripts for the further investigation of the unusual regenerative process in this Antarctic ophiuroid.