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Three individuals appeared in Antelope County District Court on Wednesday in four separate felony cases.
Jessica Reddest, 35, of Pierce appeared for arraignment on one count of possession of a firearm by a prohibited person-1st, a Class ID felony and one count possession of marijuana, 4th offense, a Class 3A misdemeanor.
A Class 1D felony is punishable by a maximum of 50 years inprisonment, and a mandatory minimum of 3 years.
Reddest pleaded not guilty to both counts. Trial was set for March 14, and pretrial for February 24.
Alexander Wilbeck also appeared for arraignment on one count 3rd degree domestic assault, second offense and one count terroristic threats. Both are IIIA Felonies and are punishable by a maximum of 3 years inprisonment, a $10,000 fine or both.
Wilbeck entered not guilty pleas for both counts. His trial was set for March 14 with pretrial on February 24.
He was ordered to have no contact with Harley Wilbeck or Michelle Schiel. However both individuals requested the court to allow contact. His attorney Pat Carney also asked the court for a bond reduction to 10 percent of $50,000, so his client could seek treatment. Judge Mark Johnson granted the personal recognizance bond.
Nicolas Mook also appeared in court with his attorney Brad Montag. Mook is pending charges in two felony cases of Possession of Methamphetamine and Delivery of Methamphetamine.
In the first case, a motion to identify confidential informant, and a motion of independent testing were addressed. The case was continued until February 24.
A motion to take deposition was addressed for the second case. This case will also be continued on February 24, with both trials being held March 14.