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Arraignments on docket in CP Court

Published 10:36am Thursday, July 21, 2011

Arraignments dominated the docket Wednesday in Lawrence County Common Pleas Court.

Samuel J. Allen, 27, 204 Township Road 1178, Chesapeake, was arraigned on one count of breaking and entering. He pleaded not guilty through his attorney, Mike Eachus. Judge D. Scott Bowling set a $20,000 own recognizance (OR) bond and scheduled an Aug. 3 pretrial conference.

Jacob A. Burns, 24, 274 Township Road 2783, Chesapeake, was arraigned on one count of felonious assault. He pleaded not guilty through his attorney, Mike Gleichauf. Bowling set bond at $20,000 property and $20,000 OR and ordered Burns to return to court Aug. 10 for a pretrial conference.

Jeremy W. Byers, 28, of 306 Third St., W., South Point, was arraigned on two counts of breaking and entering and one count each of theft and grand theft. He pleaded not guilty through his attorney, J.T. Holt. Bowling set bond at $5,000 surety and $20,000 OR and set an Aug. 3 pretrial.

Robert A. Fortner, 36, of 1097 County Road 1, South Point, was arraigned on two counts of domestic violence. He pleaded not guilty through his attorney, John Kehoe. Bowling set a $20,000 OR bond and scheduled an Aug. 10 pretrial conference.

John F. Foster, 18, of 100 Township Road 336, Ironton, was arraigned on one count of burglary. He pleaded not guilty through his attorney, J.T. Holt. Bowling set a $1,500 surety and $50,000 OR bond and ordered Foster to return to court Aug. 3 for a pretrial conference.

Chrissi M. Holland, 29, also of 306 Third St., W., South Point, was arraigned on one count each of complicity to burglary and complicity to theft. She pleaded not guilty through her attorney, Mike Davenport. Bowling set bond a $20,000 OR bond and ordered Holland to return to court Aug. 3 for a pretrial conference.

Cody Patrick, 23, 106 Lawrence St., South Point, was arraigned on one count each of carrying a concealed weapon and using a weapon while intoxicated and two counts of receiving stolen property.

He pleaded not guilty through his attorney, J.T. Holt. Bowling set a $20,000 OR bond and scheduled an Aug. 3 pretrial conference.

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