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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. Christian County Resident Judge Brad Paisley presided over the following cases on Jan. 20, 2022:
James M. Assad, 20CF277, armed robbery and felon possession/use of firearm, had pre-trial continued until Mar. 3, 2022.
Taylor J. Christian, 18CF36, theft of merchandise less than $300, had a bond hearing and pre-trial was continued until Feb. 28, 2022.
Pre-trial for Nathan L. Cooper, 21CF287, possession of meth five grams or less, was continued until Feb. 24, 2022.
Nicholas J. Dyer, 21Cf255, meth delivery five grams or less and meth delivery between five and 15 grams, had pre-trial continued until Feb. 17, 2022.
Tyler L. Engelhart, 22CF11, burglary, made first appearance with counsel and a bond reduction hearing was set for Jan. 25, 2022.
Carissa T. Hodge, 20CF131, aggravated battery of a peace officer and battery, had pre-trial for a petition to revoke probation and the state withdrew the petition. Remainder of fines and fees are to be paid today.
Pre-trial for Matthew A. Hurley, 21CF1, criminal trespass to residence, was continued until Feb. 10, 2022 for presentation of possible plea agreement.
Christopher J. Johnson, 21CF305, meth delivery five grams or less, had preliminary hearing continued and a bond reduction hearing on Jan. 28, 2022.
Robert L. Meek, 19CF182, five counts of forgery and 21CF83, aggravated battery of a peace officer; resisting a peace officer; and domestic battery, had pre-trials continued until Feb. 18, 2022.
Pre-trial for Maggie M. Murphy, 21CF45, possession of a firearm without an FOID card, was continued until Feb. 17, 2022.
Nathan E. Pinnell, 21CF254, manufacture/delivery of cannabis between 500 and 2,000 grams, had pre-trial was continued until mar. 24, 2022, for presentation of possible plea agreement.
Pre-trials for John S. Reynolds in three felony cases including 20CF301, three counts of meth delivery five grams or less, was continued until Feb. 24, 2022.
Amanda M. VanOstran, 19CF56, possession of meth five grams or less, had pre-trial for a petition to revoke probation and the defendant admitted to the allegations set forth in the petition. She was re-sentenced to two years of first offender probation and eight days in jail with credit for four days served (good time applies).