District Court

     James Alan Loehr, Centerville, pleaded not guilty to driving while barred. A jury trial is set for Aug. 17.

     Charles Leroy Fellers, Monticello, pleaded not guilty to driving while barred. A jury trial is set for Aug. 17.

     Brad Allen Levsen, Anamosa, pleaded not guilty to driving while barred. A jury trial is set for Aug. 24.

     Thomas Eldon Jepsen, Preston, pleaded not guilty to driving while barred. A jury trial is set for Aug. 3. He also pleaded not guilty to possession of burglar’s tools. A jury trial is set for Aug. 17.

     Leslie Michelle Glick, Anamosa, pleaded not guilty to driving while barred. A jury trial is set for June 22.

     William Lawrence Tucker, Monticello, was cited for driving while barred. A court date is set for April 28.

     Carmen Mae Schilling, Olin, was cited for driving while barred. A court date is set for May 5.

     Jerrid Michael Boge, Monticello, pleaded not guilty to 1st degree theft. A jury trial is set for Aug. 17.

     Troy James Lloyd, Monticello, was charged with domestic abuse assault 3rd offense. A preliminary hearing is set for April 23.

     Joshwa Marquette Tanner, Fort Dodge, pleaded guilty to assault on persons in certain occupations. He was sentenced to 30 days in jail, and fined $315 plus court costs.

     Alexis Lee Baker, Hopkinton, pleaded guilty to possession of methamphetamine 1st offense. She was sentenced to 30 days in jail, and fined $430 plus court costs. All but two days were suspended, and she was placed on self-supervised probation for one year.

     Michael Davis, Eldridge, pleaded not guilty to possession of marijuana 1st offense. A jury trial is set for Aug. 17.

     Seth Alan McDonell, Monticello, pleaded not guilty to possession of marijuana 1st offense. A jury trial is set for Aug. 17.

     Lisa Marie Phillippe, Ludowici, Ga., pleaded not guilty to stalking-unauthorized use of GPS. A jury trial is set for June 22.

     Tyler Steven E. Kuper, Scotch Grove, was cited for possession of marijuana 1st offense. A court date is set for April 21.

     Gery Michael Weydert, Anamosa, was found guilty of OWI 2nd offense. He was sentenced to 60 days in jail, and fined $1,875 plus court costs. All but seven days were suspended, and he was placed on self-supervised probation for one year.

     Adam Neil Reeves, Wyoming, pleaded not guilty to OWI 2nd offense and assault on persons in certain occupations. A jury trial is set for Aug. 17.

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