Five arrested on drug charges following a traffic stop pleaded not guilty Wednesday in Crawford County Circuit Court.
Tiffany Kay Davidson-Racy, 25, and Halston Ree Wittenborn, 23, both of Van Buren, Steven Dewayne Davidson, 23, of Kibler, Bobbiejean Michelle Measles, 26, of Mountainburg and Jamie Renee McMillion, 29, of Alma are charged with two counts of possession of drug paraphernalia, possession of methamphetamine and possession of marijuana.
Davidson-Racy also pleaded not guilty to four counts of first-degree forgery and criminal impersonation after allegedly giving a false name when she was arrested and booked into the Crawford County Detention Center.
According to an Arkansas State Police report, the five were arrested Aug. 22 following a stop by Trooper Derek Neitert for a light violation. When Trooper Michael Bowman arrived to assist, he noticed suspected meth, the report states.
During a search of the 2000 Chevrolet Tahoe, the troopers found about 1.5 grams of meth, 16 grams of marijuana, syringe and glass smoking device, the report states.
The public defenders officer entered the not guilty pleas for the five and waived formal arraignment before Judge Gary R. Cottrell.
Other pleas heard Wednesday by Cottrell were:
• Jess Ray Howard, 36, of Van Buren pleaded not guilty to aggravated assault and third-degree domestic battery. Howard allegedly head-butted his girlfriend three times July 18, sending her to the hospital emergency room.
• Tammy Elenden Lingo-Morgan, 55, of Mountainburg pleaded not guilty to possession of morphine, possession of oxycodone and possession of diazepam. She was arrested Aug. 30 after being stopped by a Dyer police officer for speeding on U.S. 64.
• Alisha Lynn Koplen, 26, of Fort Smith pleaded not guilty to second-degree forgery. Koplen allegedly cashed a stolen check on a closed account Aug. 15 at Lowes.
• Eli Wesley Walker, 24, and Shane Robert Sanders, 20, both of Van Buren, pleaded not guilty to residential burglary, commercial burglary, theft of property - firearm, theft of property and first-degree criminal mischief. Walker and Sanders allegedly broke into a vacant residence in the 2500 block of Teddy Street and a warehouse on South 28th Street Aug. 28-29.
• Matthew Jacob Hill, 18, of Van Buren pleaded not guilty to commercial burglary, theft of property and first-degree criminal mischief. Hill was arrested in the break-in of a warehouse on South 28th Street Aug. 28-29.
• Bobby Odell Wiginton, 52, of Uniontown pleaded not guilty to first-degree terroristic threatening, criminal impersonation and habitual offender. Wiginton was arrested Aug. 31 after he allegedly sprayed his neighbor with a water hose and threatened to burn down his house following an argument over the neighbor’s dog.
• Dennis Brian Moore, 36, of Alma pleaded not guilty to domestic aggravated assault, driving while intoxicated and driving while license suspended or revoked. Moore is accused of hitting his girlfriend with a piece of broken glass Aug. 30. He was arrested leaving a North 17th Street residence on a motorcycle as police arrived to investigated the alleged assault.
• Amanjit Singh, 26, of Sherwood, Ark., pleaded not guilty to theft by receiving. Singh was arrested by an Arkansas State Police trooper on Interstate 40 for driving a vehicle reported stolen in North Little Rock.
• Bobby Gene Barker, 38, of Van Buren and Terry Allen Ramsey, 50, of Rudy pleaded not guilty to theft of property and first-degree criminal mischief. Barker and Ramsey were arrested Aug. 28 in the theft of a tractor from the 5200 block of Arkansas 282.
• Tyler Anthony Duttro, 20, of Van Buren pleaded not guilty to breaking or entering and theft of property. Duttro allegedly broke into a truck parked at Rena Valley Apartments on Aug. 25.
• Alicia Marie Masters, 32, of Van Buren pleaded not guilty to possession of marijuana and two counts of possession of drug paraphernalia. Masters was arrested Aug. 26 by a Van Buren police officer as she walked along Arkansas Street.
• Cody Ray Dunnington, 27, of Van Buren pleaded not guilty to failure to appear at a March 3 status hearing on charges of residential burglary and theft of property and a Dec. 12, 2015, petition to revoke hearing. He is charged as a habitual offender.
• Benjamin Kane Dodson, 43, of Van Buren pleaded not guilty to failure to appear at an April 13 arraignment on a charge of nonsupport.
• Stephanie Jean Hill, 25, of Fort Smith pleaded not guilty to failure to appear at a June 16 petition to revoke hearing.
• Esteban Deleon-Sebastian, 66, of Fort Smith pleaded not guilty to failure to appear at a July 22 status hearing.
• Tommy Lee Thompson Jr., 37, of Mulberry pleaded not guilty to failure to appear Aug. 10 at an arraignment on charges of failure to appear, possession of drug paraphernalia and possession of methamphetamine.
• William David Barnett, 56, of Van Buren resisted a petition to revoke a sentence he received April 22 for unauthorized use of a vehicle, alleging he failed to do community service.
• Anthony Glendale Howard, 22, of Van Buren resisted a petition to revoke a sentence he received July 24, 2013, for possession of drug paraphernalia, possession of concerta and possession of marijuana, alleging he was arrested July 3 for possession of methamphetamine with purpose to deliver, possession of drug paraphernalia and habitual offender.
• Samuel Traae Greenfield, 45, of Ozark resisted a petition to revoke a sentence he received July 17, 2015, for delivery of methamphetamine, alleging he has failed to pay fines and court costs.
• Justus Wayne Passmore, 41, of Alma resisted a petition to revoke a sentence he received Oct. 7, 2013, for third-degree domestic battery, alleging he was arrested Feb. 21, 2015, for second-degree battery, disorderly conduct, public intoxication and resisting arrest.
• Rikki Rebecka Stuecken, 32, of Van Buren resisted a petition to revoke a sentence she received May 22, 2013, for two counts of first-degree forgery, alleging she was arrested Sept. 8, 2015, for delivery of methamphetamine and habitual offender.
• Billy Jack Stewart, 52, of Van Buren resisted a petition to revoke a sentence he received Feb. 5, 2010, for overdraft, alleging he has failed to pay restitution, fines and court costs.