Nine arraigned Tuesday in Common Pleas Court


GREENVILLE — Nine people appeared in Darke County Common Pleas Court Tuesday to be arraigned on indictments handed down by a grand jury.

Kyley Magill, 19, of Greenville, pleaded not guilty to two counts of offering to sell marijuana, fifth-degree felonies. She was represented in court by attorney Jose Lopez. If convicted, she faces up to a year in prison and $2,500 in fines on each count. Her next court appearance is October 2. She is free on her own recognizance.

Neil E. Didier, 24, of Versailles, was charged with failure to provide notice of an address requirement, a first-degree felony. He was represented in court by attorney Paul Wagner and entered a plea of not guilty. If convicted, he could face up to 11 years in prison and fine of $20,000. Didier remains free on his own recognizance and his next court date is October 6.

Miles D. Davis, 33, of Greenville, pleaded not guilty to a second-degree felony count of burglary, for which he could face up to eight years in prison and a fine of $15,000 if convicted. He was represented in court by attorney Dave Rohrer. His next court date is October 19, and he is free on $25,000 bond.

Zachary A. Geiger, 22, of Greenville, could face up to 18 months in prison and a $5,000 fine if convicted on a fourth-degree felony count of failure to register telephone number. Represented by Rohrer, he entered a not guilty plea to the charge. Free on his own recognizance, Geiger’s next court appearance is September 25.

Felisha M. Evans, 30, of Rossburg, faces two counts of illegal use of SNAP or WIC benefits, fifth-degree felonies. Each charge carries a maximum penalty of one year in prison and a fine of $2,500 if convicted. Common Pleas Court Judge Jonathan P. Hein appointed defense attorney Randall Breaden to represent Evans and entered a not guilty plea on her behalf. She is free on her own recognizance and is due back in court October 13.

John L. Shirk, 68, of Greenville, pleaded not guilty to two fourth-degree felony counts of aggravated trafficking of oxycodone. On each count, Shirk faces up to 18 months in prison and a fine of $5,000. Dave Rohrer was appointed to defend him and a not guilty plea was entered. He is free on his own recognizance and his next court appearance is October 19.

Loretta A. Grace, 44, of Greenville, is charged with a fifth-degree felony count of possessing cocaine. If convicted, she faces up to a year in prison and a fine of $2,500. Judge Hein appointed Rohrer to represent her and a not guilty plea was entered. Free on her own recognizance, Grace next appears in court October 19.

Gloria Bowman, of Greenville, pleaded not guilty to a second-degree felony count of complicity to burglary. Bowman faces up to eight years in prison and a fine of $15,000 if convicted. Breaden was appointed to defend her. She is free on her own recognizance. Her next court date is October 13.

Daniel F. Alderman, 48, of Greenville, was arraigned on a second-degree felony count of complicity to burglary. He could be sentenced to up to eight years in prison and a fine of $15,000 if convicted. The court appointed Paul Wagner to represent him and a not guilty plea was entered on his behalf. He is free on his own recognizance and will next appear in court October 6.

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Neil Didier (left, with defense attorney Paul Wagner) appeared in Darke County Common Pleas Court to plead not guilty to a first-degree felony charge. He faces up to 11 years in prison if convicted. Didier was one of nine people in court Tuesday to answer to indictments by a grand jury.
http://www.dailyadvocate.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/34/2017/09/web1_Didier-0004-PRINT.jpgNeil Didier (left, with defense attorney Paul Wagner) appeared in Darke County Common Pleas Court to plead not guilty to a first-degree felony charge. He faces up to 11 years in prison if convicted. Didier was one of nine people in court Tuesday to answer to indictments by a grand jury. Erik Martin | The Daily Advocate

By Erik Martin

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