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Wednesdays District Court lead to one man continuing his pretrial, one man pleading guilty to numerous charges, and another man waving his right to a speedy trial.
Joshua Curren continued with his pretrial. Curren pled not guilty on June 29 to several different charges stemming from an incident that occurred on May 30.
Antelope County Sheriff Bob Moore said Curren, 24 of Orchard and formerly of Washington, attempted to enter a home near Third and Rusk Street in Orchard just after 10 p.m that Monday night. The female occupant alerted friends who tried to subdue Curren, but Moore said the subject then assaulted those individuals.
Moore said Curren resisted arrest and was eventually subdued by law enforcement after some time. The six charges include assault of an officer, assault, trespassing, disturbing the peace, obstructing an officer, and resisting arrest.
Scott Blakemen pled guilty to one count of terroristic threat, a Class 1 felony, Felony Flight to Arrest, and Obstructing an Officer.
His next step is to be sentenced.
Darryl Lierman moved continue all pending motions, which the state did not object.
Lierman chose to wave his right to a speedy trial. His pretrial has been set for September 28, and his trial will take place February 13, 2017.