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Published court appearances reflect the daily 10:00 a.m. criminal call and do not necessarily account for all felony proceedings heard that day. Judge Amanda Ade-Harlow presided over the following cases on Dec. 28, 2021:
Joseph M. Beeson, 19CF220, possession of meth five grams or less, made first appearance on a petition to revoke probation, was continued until Feb. 3, 2022.
First appearance for Brandon A. Durbin, 21CF334, theft of merchandise more than $300, resulted in Public Defender Tiffany Senger was appointed counsel and first appearance with counsel and preliminary hearing is set for Jan. 31, 2022. In addition, there were pre-trials in three other felony cases including 19CF321, driving with a revoked/suspended license; criminal trespass to vehicle; and leaving the scene of an accident, were continued until the same date. A Problem Solving Court referral has been made.
Jeremy T. Emery, 21CF160, theft under $500 and 21CF205, possession of meth five grams or less and meth delivery five grams or less, had pre-trials continued until Feb. 14, 2022. A Problem Solving Court referral has been filed.
Pre-trial for Joseph E. Hicks, 21CF281, theft between $10,000 and $100,000 and theft between $500 and $10,000, was continued until Feb. 18, 2022.
Quentin J. McKittrick, 21CF187, two counts of possession of stolen property; two counts of aggravated fleeing police; and two counts of criminal damage to property less than $500 and 20CF318, possession of meth five grams or less, had pre-trials continued until Jan. 28, 2022. A Problem Solving Court referral has been made.
Pre-trial for Charlene L. Ray, 21CF17, possession of meth five grams or less, was continued until Feb. 4, 2022.
First appearance for Robbie D. Sparling, 18CF224, possession of a controlled substance, had pre-trial for a petition to revoke probation set for Jan. 4, 2022.
Robert D. Waterman, 13CF211, three counts of manufacture/delivery of cannabis, had status hearing and the defendant pled guilty in Count II. He was sentenced to 24 months probation and will undergo substance abuse evaluation and participate in any treatment recommended by probation. Fines and fees are $3,655. Counts I and III were dropped as part of the plea agreement.
Pre-trials for Keith J. Weller in three felony cases including 21CF209, possession of meth five grams or less, were continued until Jan. 7, 2022.