10 arraigned in Darke County Common Pleas

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GREENVILLE—Ten people were arraigned in Darke County Common Pleas Court on Thursday morning. Darke County Common Pleas Judge Travis L. Fliehman presided.

Eric King, 51, of Greenville, was arraigned on one count of domestic violence, a fifth-degree felony. If convicted, he faces 12 months incarceration and a maximum fine of $2,500. King pleaded not guilty, and retained attorney Alex Pendl. He was released on his own recognizance. His next appearance is Monday, April 24.

Gary Hittle, 60, of Greenville, was arraigned on one count of domestic violence, a fourth-degree felony. If convicted, he faces up to 18 months incarceration and a maximum fee of up to $5,000. Hittle pleaded not guilty, and retained attorney Paul Wagner. He was released on his own recognizance. His next appearance is Thursday, April 20.

Matthew Cain, 38, of Greenville, was arraigned on one count of domestic violence, a third-degree felony. If convicted, he faces up to 36 months incarceration and a maximum fine of up to $10,000. Cain pleaded not guilty, and was appointed public defender Nicole Pohlman. He was released on his own recognizance. His next appearance is Wednesday, May 3.

Joe Martinez, 43, of Greenville, was arraigned on one count of possession of cocaine, a fifth-degree felony, as well as one count of domestic violence and aggravated menacing, both first-degree misdemeanors. If convicted, he faces up to two years incarceration and a maximum fine of up to $4,500. Martinez pleaded not guilty, and retained attorney David Rohrer. He was released on his own recognizance. His next appearance is Monday, May 1.

Alichia Brooks, of Milford, was arraigned on one count of aggravated possession of drugs, a fifth-degree felony. If convicted, she faces up to 12 months incarceration and a maximum fine of up to $2,500. Brooks pled not guilty, and was appointed public defender Nicole Pohlman. She was released on her own recognizance.

Sarah Burkhart, 34, of Greenville, was arraigned on four counts of vehicular assault, all third-degree felonies, three counts of endangering a child, all third-degree felonies, possession of fentanyl, a fifth-degree felony and driving under suspension, a first-degree misdemeanor. If convicted, she faces up to 30 years incarceration and a maximum fine of up to $73,500. Burkhart pled not guilty, and was appointed public defender Randall Breaden. She was released on her own recognizance. Her next appearance is Thursday, May 4.

Shane Herron, of Greenville was arraigned on one count of patient abuse or neglect, a first-degree misdemeanor and one count of patient abuse or neglect, a second-degree misdemeanor. If convicted, he faces up to 270 days incarceration and a maximum fine of up to $1,750. Herron pled not guilty, and retained attorney Derek Muncy. He was released on his own recognizance. His next appearance is Monday, May 1.

Daniel Gonzalez, of Greenville, was arraigned on one count of pandering obscenity, a fourth-degree felony. If convicted, he faces up to 18 months incarceration and a maximum fine of up to $5,000. Gonzalez pled not guilty, and was appointed public defender Randall Breaden. He was released on his own recognizance. His next appearance is Friday, May 5.

Ashley Sites, 30, of Union City, Ind., was arraigned on one count of aggravated possession of drugs, a fifth-degree felony, and one count of possession of cocaine, a fifth-degree felony. If convicted, she faces two years incarceration, and a maximum fine of up to $5,000. She pled not guilty, and was appointed public defender Nicole Pohlman. She was released on her own recognizance. Her next appearance is Wednesday, May 3.

Ondre Johnson, of Greenville, was arraigned on one count of felonious assault, a second-degree felony and one count of aggravated assault, a fourth-degree felony. If convicted, he faces two to 13 years incarceration, and a maximum fine of up to $20,000. Johnson pled not guilty, and was appointed public defender Alex Pendl. He was released on his own recognizance. His next appearance is Monday, April 24.

Shannon Antaramian, of Greenville, was arraigned on one count of illegal conveyance of  drugs of abuse onto grounds of a detention facility, a fourth-degree felony and one count of aggravated possession of drugs, a fifth-degree felony. If convicted, she faces up to 48 months incarceration, and a maximum fine of up to $12,500. Antaramian pled not guilty, and was appointed public defender Alex Pendl. Her next appearance is Monday, April 24.