GREENVILLE — Monday saw a number of people arraigned on criminal charges in Darke County Common Pleas Court. All had not-guilty pleas entered on their behalf.
Ronnie L. Jones, 26, of Wayne Lakes, appeared in court via video teleconference from the Darke County Jail. He is charged with one third-degree felony count of Aggravated Possession of Methamphetamines. If convicted on the drug charge, he faces up to three years in prison and a fine of up to $10,000. Jones is also being held on a third-degree felony charge of Having Weapons While Under Disability. He is represented by defense attorney Randall Breaden. Common Pleas Court Judge Jonathan Hein granted a blanket bond of $20,000 on both counts. His next court appearance is May 1.
Darrel R. Wintrow, 53, of Greenville, faces one third-degree felony count of Gross Sexual Imposition and one fifth-degree felony count of Unlawful Possession of Dangerous Ordnance. He was represented in court by defense attorney Kevin Lennen. If convicted on both counts, he could be imprisoned for up to six years and pay fines of up to $12,500. He is free on his own recognizance. His next court date is May 1.
Steven L. Stith, 52, of Celina, was charged with one fifth-degree felony count of Possession of Heroin and one first-degree misdemeanor count of Driving While Under the Influence. His defense attorney is Randall Breaden. If convicted on both counts, he faces up to 18 months in jail and more than $3,500 in fines, plus suspension of his driver’s license. Judge Hein granted a continuation of his existing bond. His next court date is May 1.
Kevin D. Canan, 51, of Rossburg, was arraigned on one second-degree felony count of Complicity to Commit Aggravated Burglary. He was represented in court by defense attorney Alexander Pendl. If convicted, he could spend up to eight years in prison, and pay a fine of up to $15,000. Canan is free on his own recognizance. His next court appearance is May 1.
Charles R. Norris, 58, of Greenville, faces a second-degree felony count of Felonious Assault. If convicted, Norris could be imprisoned for up to eight years and pay a $15,000 fine. He is represented by defense attorney Dave Rohrer. Norris is free on his own recognizance. His next court date is April 24.
Barbara A. Adkins, 69, of Greenville, was arraigned on a fifth-degree felony count of Complicity, Aiding and Abetting Grand Theft. If convicted, she faces up to 18 months in jail and a maximum fine of $5,000. She is currently seeking legal representation. She is free on her own recognizance. Her next court date is May 1.
Keagan R. Fair, 27, of Greenville, was originally indicted on a fourth-degree felony count of Trafficking in Methamphetamines. However, the Grand Jury amended the indictment to include trafficking in the vicinity of a juvenile, changing the count to a third-degree felony. If convicted, she faces up to three years in prison and fine of up to $10,000. Judge Hein assigned defense attorney Matthew Pierron to represent Fair. She is free on bond. Her next court appearance is April 7.
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