Seventy-three cases were on the calendar Monday, Jan. 14, when Judge James R. Redd III took the bench for this session of District Court.

Court records show the following action on the cases before Judge Redd on Monday:

Bench warrant: Audreanna Viola Swetland, Randall F. Whitworth, Deloris Jean Hearrin, Janice L. Nesbitt.

Paid in full: Angelica D. Brown.

Continued: Stacey Nicole Kassinger, Charles A. Morrow. Jamie Miranda Puckett, Charles R. Tidwell, Cristi D. White, Candida Belt, Cody J. Brummett in two cases, Vanessa Sue Harris in five cases, James Richardson, Shannon Risner, Margaret M. Driver, April Ford, Erika N. Owens, Samantha Richardson, Andrew Tinsley.

Failed to appear: Nathaniel Hooks.

Dismissed: Amya Tashae Boyd, Joshua G. Cooper with proof.

• Amy L. Adams entered a not guilty plea, was appointed a public defender and set for a pretrial conference Jan. 17 on a charge of fourth degree assault, domestic violence with minor injury.

Craig Allen Board entered a guilty plea to failure of owner to maintain required insurance/security. He was fined $500 with $400 suspended. A charge of no/expired registration plates was dismissed.

• Eric Conger entered a not guilty plea, was appointed a public defender and set for a pretrial conference Jan. 28 on possession of marijuana.

• Jessica L. Courtney entered a guilty plea to speeding five miles per hour over the limit on limited access and no insurance, amended from failure to produce an insurance card. She was fined $505 with $400 suspended.

• Noah Lynn Ferguson was fined $500 with $400 suspended and sentenced to 90 days in the county jail probated on a charge of failure of non-owner operator to maintain required insurance.

• Audreanna L. Gillaspie entered a guilty plea to possession of marijuana and third degree possession of a controlled substance, drug unspecified. She was fined $200 and sentenced to 45 days probated and 12 months probated. She is to attend substance abuse counseling.

• Christopher Allen Griffin entered a not guilty plea, was appointed a public defender and set for a pretrial conference Jan. 28 on following an emergency vehicle too closely and failure to improper signal.

• Chloe J. Hall entered a not guilty plea, was appointed a public defender and set for a pretrial conference Jan. 28 on no operator’s/moped license and operating a motor vehicle under the influence of alcohol/drugs.

• Terri Dawn Henry entered a not guilty plea and was set for a pretrial conference Feb. 4 on speeding 24 miles per hour over the limit and failure of owner to maintain required insurance/security.

• Gwendolyn Dean Johnson entered a guilty plea to failure of owner to maintain required insurance/security. She was fined $500 with $400 suspended. A charge of no/expired registration plates was dismissed with proof.

• Austin M. King entered a not guilty plea in two cases, was appointed a public defender and set for a preliminary hearing Jan. 28 on three counts of first degree promoting contraband and second degree promoting contraband.

• Amanfo Kwaku entered a guilty plea to part 395/federal safety regulations — hours of service for drivers, part 391/federal safety regulations — qualification of drivers, two counts of violation of part 392/federal safety regulations — driving of a motor vehicle, and no semi-trailer plate. He was fined $125. A charge of violation of part 390/federal safety regulations — general policy, was dismissed.

• Steven Lee Lamb entered a not guilty plea and was set for a pretrial conference Feb. 4 on no/expired registration plates.

• Chad Douglas Levi entered a guilty plea, was fined $19 suspended on failure to add taxable unit to taxable inventory.

• Jeffrey C. Lewis is to participate in the CATS program and continued to review to Jan. 28 on speeding 21 miles per hour over the limit. Charges of failure to produce an insurance card and one headlight were dismissed.

• Brandon M. Merriweather entered a not guilty plea and was set for a pretrial conference Feb. 4 on speeding 17 miles per hour over the limit and operating on a suspended/revoked operator’s license.

• Stacy Lynn Sharp entered a guilty plea to second degree criminal trespass. She was fined $100 and sentenced to 90 days in the county jail probated.

• Jace Chandler Snow entered a not guilty plea and was set for a pretrial conference Jan. 28 on first degree criminal trespass.

• Andrew Tinsley entered a not guilty plea, was appointed a public defender and was set for a pretrial conference Jan. 17 on alcohol intoxication in a public place, first, amended from third or greater within a 12 month period, and violation of a Kentucky E.P.O./D.V.O.

• Sabrina F. Wilkerson entered a guilty plea to possession of marijuana, two counts of controlled substance prescription not in original container, and two counts of third degree possession of a controlled substance, drug unspecified. She was fined $500 and sentenced to 45 days, 12 months and 12 months in the county jail to serve 15 days and the balance probated. Fines and costs were converted to 15 days in the county jail concurrent. In a second case, she entered a guilty plea to trafficking in marijuana, less than 8 ounces. She was fined $100 and sentenced to 12 months in the county jail to serve 15 days concurrent. Fines and costs were converted to 15 days in the county jail concurrent. She was given credit for five days served.

• Frankie C. Wright entered a not guilty plea to theft by unlawful taking/disposition all others under $500. He was appointed a public defender and set for a pretrial conference Feb. 4.

• Jason Lee Bowles waived time limits and was set for a preliminary hearing Jan. 28 on first degree possession of a controlled substance, drug unspecified. In a second case, he waived time limits and was set for a preliminary hearing Jan. 28 on public intoxication on a controlled substance excluding alcohol.

• Jonathan Andrew Hoover had a preliminary hearing held, probable cause found and the case bound over to the grand jury on receiving stolen property under $10,000 and possession of burglary tools.

• Caleb M. Wellborn entered a guilty plea to DUI first with aggravator, amended from operating a motor vehicle under the influence of alcohol and drugs. He was fined $200 and sentenced to four days in the county jail with credit for two days served. He is to attend an alcohol/drug education program and his license was suspended for 90 days. A charge of first degree wanton endangerment was dismissed.

• Wesley F. Beeman entered a guilty plea to second degree criminal trespassing. He was fined $100 and sentenced to 90 days in the county jail with credit for two days served and the balance probated. A charge of failure to notify address change to the Department of Transportation.

• Courtney Davis entered a guilty plea to public intoxication on a controlled substance excluding alcohol and second degree disorderly conduct. She was fined $150 and sentenced to 90 days in the county jail to serve five days and the balance probated. She was given credit for one day served.

• Dalton James Fluaitt entered a guilty plea to speeding six miles per hour over the limit, no operator’s license in possession, amended from operating on a suspended/revoked operator’s license and possession of marijuana. He was fined $141 and sentenced to 45 days in the county jail probated.

• Jimmy Dean Gray was set for a pretrial conference Feb. 25 on theft by unlawful taking/disposition shoplifting under $500. An order of discovery and an order of reciprocal discovery was issued.

• Michael D. Grubbs was set for a pretrial conference Feb. 11 on improper use of blue lights and failure to wear a seat belt.

• Steven Alan Flowers Hart entered a guilty plea to no/expired registration plates, operating on a suspended/revoked operator’s license and failure of non-owner operator to maintain required insurance. She was fined $1,050 and was sentenced to six months in the county jail probated. In a second case, he was given a 10 day sanction on a charge of probation violation for a misdemeanor offense.

• James D. Hoglo was set for a pretrial conference Feb. 18 in two cases on two counts of operating a motor vehicle under the influence of alcohol/drugs. He had an order of discovery and an order of reciprocal discovery and has a pretrial suspension motion under advisement.

• Emily B. Mashburn was set for a pretrial conference Feb. 11 on rear license no illuminated, operating on a suspended/revoked operator’s license and operating a motor vehicle under the influence of alcohol/drugs.

• Abbigayle Matthews was set for a pretrial conference Jan. 28 on operating on a suspended/revoked operator’s license and failure of non-owner operator to maintain required insurance.

• Sharall M. Parks was set for a pretrial conference Feb. 11 on two counts of theft by unlawful taking/disposition shoplifting under $500.

• Richard A. Schonscheck was set for a pretrial conference Jan. 28 on possession of marijuana and drug paraphernalia, buy/possess.

• Gina L. Smith was set for a pretrial conference March 25 on disregarding a stop sign, operating on a suspended/revoked operator’s license and display/possession of a cancelled/fictitious operator’s license.

• Raeann Deshawn Brummett had fines and costs converted to 30 days in the county jail with credit for 30 days served.

• Trevor M. Hall is to serve 19 days and was granted work release.

• Michelle L. Murphy may serve one day in the county jail on amount due in two cases to run concurrent.