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Court appearances

Published court appear- ances reflect the daily 10:00 a.m. criminal call and do not necessarily account for all felony proceedings heard that day. Christian County Resident Judge Brad Paisley presided over the following cases on July 9, 2021:

Jacob O. Banning, 21CF182, domestic battery, had pre-trial continued until July 16, 2021. A furlough for in-patient substance abuse treatment was granted.

Motion hearing to quash arrest warrant for Daniel P. Fixsal, 20CF71, theft between $500 and $10,000, was granted. Preliminary hearing was set for Aug. 18, 2021.

Motion hearing to quash arrest warrant was granted for Byron C. Kay, 21CF104, possession of burglary tools. Status on preliminary hear- ing is set for July 19, 2021.

Jacob C. Krouse, 21CF189, felon possession of weapon/firearm and aggra- vated assault/use of deadly weapon, had preliminary hearing continued until Aug. 24, 2021.

Pre-trials for Jason C. Krouse, 19CF29, possession of meth five grams or less, were continued until Aug. 20, 2021. A Problem Solving Court referral is pending.

Pre-trials in three felony cases for Mathieu L. Kuhns, including 21CF127, meth delivery five grams or less, resulted in a 402 Conference being set for Aug. 17, 2021 at 8:45 a.m. with pre-trial on Aug. 20, 2021 at 10:00 a.m.

Priscilla A. Leone, 21CF138, possession of meth five grams or less, had pre-trial continued until Aug. 9, 2021 for first appearance with counsel.

Pamela J. Rozplochowski, 21CF103, possession of meth five grams or less, had status hearing on prelimi- nary hearing and it was set for Aug. 17, 2021.

Johnny E. Weber entered a plea of guilty in a negotiat- ed settlement of three felony cases, including 21CF154, violation of an order of pro- tection. The defendant pled guilty in 20CF201, violation of an order of protection and was sentenced to four years in the Illinois Department of Corrections (50%) with cred- it for 113 days served. He will serve four years of Mandatory Supervised Release (parole). Fines and fees total $3,520. Three other felony cases and two traffic cases were dropped as part of the plea agree- ment.

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