Three men arrested in two separate traffic stops on Interstate 40 pleaded not guilty Wednesday in Crawford County Circuit Court to drug charges.

Terry Lee Stiles Jr., 58, of Kelseyville, Calif., is charged with possession of marijuana with purpose to deliver and possession of drug paraphernalia.

Stiles was arrested Feb. 4 after Arkansas State Police Trooper Olen Craig stopped a pickup truck for crossing the fog line. After Stiles refused consent to search the vehicle, ASP Trooper Michael Bowman and his drug dog were called to the scene.

An incident report states the dog alerted to the pickup and the troopers found 31 pounds of high-grade marijuana in vacuum-sealed containers in luggage.

The public defender’s office entered the not-guilty plea for Stiles and waived formal arraignment before Judge Gary R. Cottrell.

In another arrest, Moses Murray Robinson, 45, of Atlanta and Gregory Smith, 42, of Tifton, Ga., also are charged with charged with possession of marijuana with purpose to deliver and possession of drug paraphernalia.

Craig stopped a van driven by Robinson Feb. 5 for an expired tag. Consent to search was denied and Bowman brought his K-9 unit to the scene. Craig located two large bags in the back luggage area which contained about 60 pounds of marijuana which was shrink-wrapped with green plastic sheeting, a report states.

Robinson and Smith also are represented by the public defender’s office.

Other pleas heard Wednesday by Cottrell were:

• Jennifer Lynn Reed, 35, of Van Buren pleaded not guilty to robbery, third-degree domestic battery and theft of property - firearm. Reed is accused of choking her mother during the theft of guns from her home Aug. 10, 2014.

• Duane Morganflash, 51, of Muldrow pleaded not guilty to first-degree criminal mischief. Morganflash allegedly shot the front window of a Van Buren pawn shop Aug. 2, 2014.

• Allen Ray Jeffcoat, 37, of Mulberry pleaded not guilty to theft by receiving - firearm. Jeffcoat was arrested Jan. 27 following a traffic stop on Kibler Road by a sheriff’s deputy.

• Kohn Elton Thompson, 18, of Van Buren pleaded not guilty to theft of property - firearm, two counts of theft of a controlled substance, three counts of theft of property - credit or debit card or account number, four counts of breaking or entering, five counts of theft of property, possession of Xanax, possession of marijuana and possession of drug paraphernalia. Thompson was arrested by Van Buren police following a series of vehicle break-ins Feb. 6-9.

• Ronald Lee McFerran, 46, of Charleston pleaded not guilty to possession of drug paraphernalia. McFerran was arrested Jan. 31 by an Arkansas State Police trooper following a traffic stop on U.S. 64.

• Madison Alise Locklear, 18, and Robert Shane Sanders, 18, both of Van Buren, pleaded not guilty to possession of drug paraphernalia and possession of marijuana. Locklear also pleaded not guilty to possession of methamphetamine and a second count of possession of drug paraphernalia. Locklear and Sanders were arrested Feb. 8 after Van Buren police were called to a local apartment complex to investigate a report of two passed out in a vehicle in the parking lot.

• Hung Van Tu, 48, and Kristin Huynh Lara, 42, both of Fort Smith pleaded not guilty to possession of methamphetamine with purpose to deliver. Tu also pleaded not guilty to possession of drug paraphernalia. Tu and Lara were arrested Feb. 9 during a traffic stop by the drug task force following a tip from a confidential informant.

• Kristopher Orion Parks, 19, of Mulberry pleaded not guilty to possession of possession of drug paraphernalia and habitual offender. Parks was arrested Feb. 7 following a parole search at a residence on East Holman Street in Mulberry.

• Phillip Michael Tisdale, 28, of Van Buren pleaded not guilty to commercial burglary, theft of property and habitual offender. Tisdale is accused of shoplifting $387 in merchandise from Walmart Feb. 5.

• Amanda Michelle Dunn, 37, of Mulberry pleaded not guilty to second-degree forgery and theft of property - credit or debit card or account number. Dunn, a caregiver, allegedly cashed stolen checks Oct. 1 through Dec. 3.

• Alan Leroy Everett, 26, of Sallisaw, pleaded not guilty to first-degree forgery. Everett is accused of using another person’s identification when he was arrested for public intoxication by Van Buren police Dec. 1.

• Joel Stephen Williams, 36, of Van Buren pleaded not guilty to breaking or entering, first-degree criminal mischief and habitual offender. Williams allegedly broke into a storage building at a local business Dec. 20 to Jan. 2.

• Melissa Joann Bennett, 43, of Hazen resisted a petition to revoke a sentence she received Dec. 15, 1997, for theft of property, alleging she failed to pay fines and court costs.

• Alex Randall Wolfe, 28, of Van Buren resisted a petition to revoke a sentence he received July 15, 2014, for possession of drug paraphernalia, possession of lorazepam, possession of tramadol and theft by receiving, alleging he violated terms of drug court.

• Stephen Eugene Gordon, 53, of Van Buren resisted a petition to revoke a sentence he received Sept. 23, 2013, for residential burglary, alleging he was arrested Jan. 19 for felon in possession of a firearm.

• Alex Lee Eddings, 21, of Alma resisted a petition to revoke a sentence he received Aug. 28, 2013, for second-degree sexual assault, breaking or entering and theft of property, alleging he has failed to pay restitution, fines and court costs.

• Avin Floyd Tribodeaux, 33, of Van Buren resisted a petition to revoke a sentence he received July 5, 2012, for possession of drug paraphernalia, alleging he was arrested Jan. 15 for third-degree domestic battery.

• Ronald Ray Black, 39, of Mountainburg resisted a petition to revoke a sentence he received July 7, 2010, for violation of a protection order, possession of morphine, delivery of clonazepam and delivery of tramadol, alleging he has failed to pay restitution.

• Connor Steven Joyce, 22, of Van Buren resisted a petition to revoke a sentence he received April 19, 2013, for theft of property, alleging he has failed to pay fines and court costs.