Twenty-six cases were on the calendar Thursday, Nov. 8, when Judge Jill Clark took the bench for this session of District Court.

Court records show the following action on the cases before Judge Clark on Thursday:

• Dean Adornato had a preliminary hearing held, probable cause established and all charges sent to the grand jury on convicted felon in possession of a firearm, first degree possession of methamphetamine and drug paraphernalia, buy/possess. He is considered a flight risk.

• Shance M. Anslyn entered a guilty plea, was fined $200 and is to pay court costs. He was sentenced to 90 days and 12 months in the county jail probated on condition of no other offenses. He was given credit for one day served in the county jail.

• Cody J. Brummett has served 14 days of a 30 day sanction. A request for release was denied and he is to serve another 16 days. In a second and third case, he was set for a pretrial conference Jan. 14, 2019, on operating on a suspended/revoked operator’s license and failure of non-owner operator to maintain required insurance.

• Joseph D. Carter entered a guilty plea to fourth degree assault with no visible injury and second degree disorderly conduct. He was fined $200 and is to pay court costs. He was sentenced to 12 months and 90 days in the county jail probated for two years on condition he has no other offenses and completes anger management classes. He was given credit for two days served at $50 per day.

• Austin W. Evans entered a guilty plea, was fined $100 and is to pay court costs on first degree criminal trespass. He was sentenced to 12 months in the county jail probated for two years on condition he has no other offenses and he stays 500 feet away from the address. He was given credit for three days served.

• Treston Alexander Fambrough entered a guilty plea, was fined $100 and is to pay court costs on fourth degree assault with no visible injury. He was sentenced to 12 months in the county jail probated for two years on condition he has no other offenses and he completes anger management classes. He was given credit for two days served in the county jail at $50 per day.

• Vanessa Sue Harris is looking for long termpersonal care in four cases on probation violation for a misdemeanor offense, receiving stolen property under $500, theft by unlawful taking/disposition contents from a vehicle under $500 and third degree criminal trespassing. She was continued to Nov. 29.

• Jason Adon Hilt entered a not guilty plea, was appointed a public defender and set for a preliminary hearing Nov. 15 on receiving stolen property under $10,000.

• Holly A. McClelland entered a not guilty plea, was appointed a public defender and set for a preliminary hearing Nov. 15 on convicted felon in possession of a handgun.

• Jvoriean Travont Poole was released on his own recognizance under the condition of no driving and no new offense and was continued to Nov. 19 on careless driving and operating on a suspended/revoked operator’s license.

• Michael B. Riley was issued a bench warrant with a cash bond of $300. In a second case, he was issued a bench warrant with a cash bond of $475.

• Travis Robinson was continued to Dec. 6 for review in two cases.

• Celeste Rustin entered a not guilty plea, was appointed a public defender and continued to Nov. 15 on violation of a Kentucky E.P.O./D.V.O.

• Jerald W. Swetland was issued a bench warrant with a cash bond of $300.

• Taylor Anderson had a preliminary hearing held, probable cause established and all charges sent to the grand jury on first degree possession of methamphetamine, drug paraphernalia, buy/possess, first degree possession of cocaine, first degree wanton endangerment and trafficking in marijuana less than 8 ounces, amended from 8 ounces to less than 5 pounds.

• Andrew Tinsley entered a not guilty plea and was set for a pretrial conference Nov. 15 on alcohol intoxication in a public place, first degree possession of methamphetamne and tampering with physical evidence.

• Kristy Tinsley is to be removed from the docket per the county attorney on flagrant non support.

• Joey Edward Walker entered a not guilty plea and set for a preliminary hearing Nov. 15 on theft by unlawful taking, all others $500 or more but under $10,000, and receiving stolen property under $10,000.

• Casey William Wilson is to provide proof of community service completed by Dec. 6.