VAN WERT — The following individuals appeared before Judge Martin Burchfield in Van Wert County Common Pleas Court:

Monday

Bond violations

Daniel A. Huber, 39, Van Wert, admitted to violating his bond and his treatment in lieu program by having in his possession or under his control any illegal drugs, nor any instrument for the use of such drugs. The court ordered a presentence investigation. Sentencing was set for Sept. 25.

Violations

Idris Nuriddeen, 44, Van Wert, admitted to violating his probation by violating Condition 8 of the Standard Conditions of Community Control by having in his possession and under his control drug abuse instruments. He also pleaded to Aggravated Trafficking, a felony 4. He was sentenced to 13 months on the PV case in the custody of the Department of Rehabilitation and Corrections with 112 days of credit toward the sentence. He was also sentenced to 17 months on the aggravated trafficking case in the custody of the ODRC to run concurrent with the PV case. He was also ordered to pay court costs.

Tuesday

Violations

Alonzo J. Munoz, 26, Van Wert, admitted to violating his probation by failing to report to probation as required and having a positive drug screen. He was sentenced to 150 days in jail with credit for 89 days served.

Wednesday

Arraignments

Austin L. Ladd, 29, Delphos, entered a not guilty plea to aggravated possession of drugs, two counts of aggravated trafficking in drugs and possession of hashish along with specifications on three of the counts for forfeiture of money and property. Bond was set for $50,000. Pretrial set for Aug. 28.

Valerie C. Parent, 38, Delphos, entered a not guilty plea to nine counts of tampering with records and six counts of Medicaid Eligibility Fraud. A personal surety bond was ordered. Pretrial set for Sept. 4.

Erik J. Buzard, 23, Van Wert, entered a not guilty plea to two counts of burglary and trespass in a habitation. Bond was set for $10,000. Pretrial set for Sept. 4.

Robert C. Ericson, 57, Van Wert, entered a not guilty plea to two counts of domestic violence. Bond was set for $50,000 and ordered to have no contact with the victims of this matter. Pretrial set for Aug. 28.

Jayson M. Foppe, 19, Van Wert, entered a not guilty plea to assault and felonious assault. Bond was set for $50,000 and he was ordered to have no contact with the victims in this case. Pretrial set for Aug. 28.

Jeremy C. Dunbar, 22, Van Wert, entered a not guilty plea to aggravated possession of drugs. A personal surety bond was ordered. PT set for Pretrial set for Sept. 4.

Marah J. Davis, 28, Decatur, Indiana, entered a not guilty plea to aggravated possession of drugs. A personal surety bond was ordered. Pretrial set for Sept. 4.

Mackenzie Allen, 19, Van Wert, entered a not guilty plea to theft and identity fraud. A personal surety bond was ordered. No contact with the victim in this matter. Pretrial set for Sept. 4.

Ashley L. Lewis, 39, Convoy, entered a not guilty plea to three counts of gross sexual imposition. A personal surety bond was ordered and she was ordered to have no contact with the victim in this case. Pretrial set for Sept. 4.

Jeremy Bradford Nielsen, 40, Ohio City, entered a not guilty plea to arson and vandalism. A personal surety bond was ordered. Pretrial set for Sept. 4.

Justin W. Diltz, 64, Van Wert, entered a not guilty plea to aggravated possession of drugs. A personal surety bond was ordered. Pretrial set for Sept. 4.

BOND VIOLATION

Toree F. Riddle, 32, Ft. Wayne, Indiana, admitted to violating her bond by failing to appear. Court set bond at $10,000. Pretrial set for Aug. 21.

Sentencings

Danielle Alyse Bledsoe, 22, Van Wert, changed her plea to guilty to a Bill of Information for petty theft, a misdemeanor 1. The court then sentenced to one day in jail. Restitution ordered in the amount $100.00. Ordered to pay Court costs and partial reimbursement for court appointed counsel.

Anthony Oliver, 24, Van Wert, sentenced for aggravated possession of drugs, a felony 3. He was sentenced to a basic prison term of 24 months in the custody of the Department of Rehabilitation and Corrections, credit for 127 days and was ordered to pay court costs.