(02/17/2001)
From Court Records

Glen Dale Goodrich, 53, of Belpre, Ohio will be facing a 3rd offense DUI charge in the Circuit Court of Calhoun next Thursday. He will stand trial before Judge Thomas Evans III for an arrest that goes back to October. 1997. He is represented by attorney Drew Patton regarding pre-plea motions and arraignment.

A Chloe man, Guy Denzil Knicely, 30, is being tried for fleeing from an officer from an incident which happened in September, 200. He is represented by attorney Drew Patton. Pre-plea motions will be heard, according to the docket.

James A. Christman of Grantsville is being tried on marijuana charges, a felony which goes back to September, 2000. He has ben indicted on manufacturing a controlled substance, possession with intent to delivery and two conspiracy charges. Christman is represented by Oscar Hines who will present pre-plea motions and arraignment.

Shelly Sue Burrows, is also standing trial for the same incident and charges, she is represented by Drew Patton. Pre-plea motions.

Kelly Ann Mace, 36, owner of Kelly's This and That near Chloe, is being tried for possession with intent to deliver methamphetaime (crank). She was arrested by State Trooper Doug Starcher in July 2000. She is being represented by attorney Drew Patton. Pre-Plea motions will be heard.

A Creston man David Scott Arthur, 28, is facing 1-15 years and a fine up to $25,000 for possession with intent to deliver methamphetamine (crank) after he was arrested in a road stop on Altizer Road by Trooper Doug Starcher last year. Starcher confiscated crank, scales and a blade between a car seat. He is being represented by attorney David Karickhoff. Pre-plea motions.

Court records show another complaint was filed against Arthur in March 2000 by Angela Wykert for stealing a chain saw and coins valued at $800.

Jerry Scott Wagoner, 26, of Big Springs is also standing trial from the same incident. Court records say "They both accused each other." Wagoner is being represented by attorney Drew Patton. Pre-plea motions.


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