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Circuit Court from Feb. 6

The Davison County Public Safety Center. (Republic file photo)

The following cases were among those heard Tuesday during a felony court session at the Davison County Public Safety Center in Mitchell:

• Marjorie Heidinger, 54, of Mitchell, pleaded not guilty to possession of a controlled substance, meth, which carries a maximum penalty upon conviction of five years in prison and a $10,000 fine. A jury trial is set for April.

• William Lowe, 25, of Mitchell, failed to appear on a charge of possession of a controlled substance, meth. The court issued a $25,000 cash-only bench warrant.

• Brian Mattke, 35, of Mitchell, pleaded no contest to grand theft for receiving stolen property and admitted to violating his probation on a separate drug conviction. The court ordered a presentence investigation and scheduled sentencing for March 20.

• Christopher Schmidt, 36, of Winner, pleaded not guilty to six counts of sexual contact with a child under the age of 16, each of which carries a maximum penalty upon conviction of 15 years in prison and a $30,000 fine. A jury trial is set for April.

• Christina Bruguier, 49, of Mitchell, pleaded not guilty to possession of a controlled substance, meth, which carries a maximum penalty upon conviction of five years in prison and a $10,000 fine, and possession of a controlled substance, meth, with intent to distribute, which carries a maximum penalty upon conviction of 10 years in prison and a $20,000 fine. A jury trial is set for April.

• Steven Nichols, 47, of Mitchell, pleaded not guilty to second-degree rape, which carries a maximum sentence upon conviction of 50 years in prison and a $50,000 fine. A jury trial is set for April.

• Alejandro Cazarez, 18, of Tustin, California, failed to appear on charges for possession with intent to distribute 1 pound or more of marijuana, and possession of 1 to 10 pounds of marijuana. The court issued a no-bond bench warrant.

• Conrad Fleury, 36, of Fort Thompson, pleaded not guilty to grand theft, which carries a maximum penalty upon conviction of five years in prison and a $10,000 fine. A jury trial is set for April.

• Christopher Parker, 31, of Mitchell, pleaded not guilty to two counts of forgery, each of which carry a maximum penalty upon conviction of five years in prison and a $10,000 fine. A jury trial is set for April.

• Brooke Hanson, 36, of Huron, pleaded guilty to identity theft and was granted a suspended imposition of sentence, meaning if she successfully complies during two years of probation, the conviction will be removed from her record. She must repay court-appointed attorney fees and pay $1,383.31 in costs, restitution and fines.

• Bryan Pope, 19, of Mitchell, pleaded guilty to possession of a controlled substance, hash wax, and was sentenced to three years of probation, eight days in county jail with credit for two days served and must pay $1,258.37 in fines, fees and costs.

• Jewellia Thomason, 25, of Chadron, Nebraska, pleaded guilty to possession of a controlled substance, meth, and was granted a suspended imposition of sentence, meaning if she successfully complies during four years of probation, the conviction will be removed from her record; three days in jail with credit for three days already served; must repay court-appointed attorney fees and $257 in court and prosecution costs.

• Sheradyn Eagleman, 22, of Mitchell, admitted to violating probation on two drug convictions by failing to maintain contact with court services and not attending treatment as ordered. The court extended probation for four years, gave credit for 99 days already served and ordered one more day in county jail prior to her entering a treatment program.

• Robert Enoch, 30, of Peever, admitted to violating probation on a drug conviction by failing to maintain contact with court services and ingesting a controlled substance. The court reimposed five years in prison and suspended three years, which will run consecutive to a Roberts County drug conviction; credit for 72 days already served in jail.

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