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Pulaski County Circuit Court Report 2/25/2009
Officials with the Pulaski County Circuit Court have reported the following actions in recent cases:

Jan E. Summerford, 45, of Dixon, pleaded innocent on Feb. 25 to a Class B felony charge of manufacturing a controlled substance and a Class D felony charge of possession of methamphetamine drug paraphernalia accusing her of manufacturing methamphetamine in concert with another person and possessing a glass pipe with methamphetamine residue with intent to inhale it into her body, both on Feb. 23. Associate Circuit Judge Colin Long scheduled the case for advice of counsel on March 3 and ordered her to personally appear.

Gary Lee Sinden, 44, of Merriam Woods, pleaded innocent on Feb. 25 to a Class B felony charge of manufacturing a controlled substance and a Class D felony charge of possession of methamphetamine drug paraphernalia accusing him of manufacturing methamphetamine in concert with another person and possessing a glass pipe with methamphetamine residue with intent to inhale it into his body, both on Feb. 23. Judge Long scheduled the case for advice of counsel on March 3 and ordered him to personally appear.

William R. Cooper, 46, of Crocker, appeared with his attorney, John Farris, and waived a Feb. 25 preliminary hearing on a Class B felony charge of sale of a controlled substance accusing him of selling methamphetamine to another person on April 25, 2007. Associate Circuit Judge Greg Warren bound the case over to circuit court for a March 4 arraignment.

Mary J. Cagle, 53, of Springfield, appeared with her attorney, Jim Thomas, for a Feb. 25 preliminary hearing on a Class B felony charge of sale of a controlled substance accusing her of selling Oycodone to another person on June 18, 2007. Prosecutors presented evidence; neither Cagle nor her attorney presented evidence. Judge Warren found probable cause to believe Cagle may be guilty of a felony and bound the case over to circuit court for a March 4 arraignment.
 
Regina Carethers appeared with her attorney, Brendon Fox, and waived a Feb. 25 preliminary hearing on a Class B felony charge of sale of a controlled substance accusing her of selling cocaine to another person on Dec. 6, 2007. Judge Warren bound the case over to circuit court for a March 4 arraignment.

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