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Court appearances

Published court appearances 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 Sept. 17, 2021:

Trevor A. Durbin, 19CF53, criminal damage to property between $500 and $10,000 and criminal dam- age to property less than $500, had pre-trial for a petition to revoke probation was continued until Nov. 12, 2021 for presentation of possible plea agreement.

Nicholas J. Dyer, 21CF255, meth delivery five grams or less and meth delivery between five and 15 grams, waived preliminary hearing and formal arraignment and pled not guilty. Pre-trial is Oct. 14, 2021. First appearance with counsel for Willie J. Jones, 20CF298, domestic battery with prior conviction and domestic battery with intent to do great bodily harm, denied the allegations set forth in the petition to revoke probation. Pre-trial is Nov. 12, 2021.

Brady M. Knight, 21CF238, possession of meth five grams or less, made first appearance . In addition, there was pretrial in 20CF290, aggravated battery/nurse, which was continued until the same date.

Quentin Prasun-Burnett, with three felony cases, pled guilty in a negotiated settlement of the cases. The defendant pled guilty in 21CF216, burglary, and was sentenced to five years in the Illinois Department of Corrections. He was given credit for 72 days already served. He also pled guilty to Count III in 20CF291, domestic battery with intent to do great bodily harm. He was sentenced to 364 days in prison to run concurrently with the other sentence with credit for 44 days served.

Gary E. Thompson, 18CF341, violation of an order of protection, had pre-trial continued until Sept. 24, 2021 at 11:30 a.m. for presentation of possible plea agreement.

Michael R. Wilson, 18CF47, possession of a controlled substance, admits to the allegations in the petition to revoke probation and pled guilty to the charges. Sentencing is Nov. 19, 2021 at 1:15 p.m.

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