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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 Feb. 11, 2022:
Kyla A. Brown, 19CF162, possession of meth five grams or less, had pre-trial continued for final pre-trial on Apr. 19, 2022 at 1:15 p.m. Jury trial is set for May 2, 2022 at 8:30 a.m.
Troy B. Crowder, 21CF240, aggravated delivery of meth in a protected area and two counts of meth delivery five grams or less and 20CF280, aggravated fleeing, had pre-trials continued until Feb. 16, 2022 to hear a motion by the defendant to become his own attorney. The state was given 10 days to supply any additional disclosure they may have.
First appearance for Joshua M. Emerging, 21CF337, theft of merchandise less than $300, resulted in Public Defender Tiffany Senger being appointed counsel. Preliminary hearing is set for Mar. 30, 2022.
Austin L. Mayes, 21CF252, two counts of aggravated battery of a peace officer and attempt to disarm peace officer, had pre-trial for a petition to revoke probation continued until Apr. 1, 2022.
Jacob A. Samson, 20CF132, possession of a stolen vehicle, had pre-trial continued until Mar. 31, 2022 for presentation of possible plea agreement. In addition, there was first appearance for a petition to revoke probation in 20CF159, manufacture/distribution of look-alike substance, which was continued until the same date .
Pre-trial for Austin E. Smith, 21CF231, possession of meth five grams or less, was continued until Mar. 29, 2022.
Dalton A. Wake, 20CF251, possession of meth five grams or less and domestic battery, had pre-trial and both sides are working to clear up the matter later today.