JAY – Out of 30 people facing felony charges on the felony disposition docket Monday morning in district court, 10 asked for jury trials, 16 will enter pleas, one accepted a blind plea, one waived a jury trial, and two were passed to the fall docket.

Trial dates were set for the following:

• Jimmy L. McClelland, charged with disposing of a stolen vehicle afcf, is set for trial on February 2.

• Jeffrey Caleb Stapleton, charged with two counts of assault and battery with a deadly weapon, malicious injury to property under $2500, assault and/or battery with a dangerous weapon, two counts of contributing to the delinquency of a minor, possession of alcohol by a person under 21, threatening to perform an act of violence and reckless driving. His trial is set for February 2.

• Jason Leonard Mouse’s trial is set for February 9. He faces charges of assault and battery by means or force likely to produce death.

• Joseph Eugene Gentry is charged with attempting to elude a police officer, unlawful possession of marijuana 2nd and subsequent, and unlawful possession of drug paraphernalia. His trial is set for February 11.

• Garry Don Nobles’ trial date is February 17. He faces charges of possession of marijuana, unlawful possession of drug paraphernalia, and two counts of lewd molestation.

• Stephen Wayne Barbee faces charges of rape - second degree by instrumentation, receiving stolen property, assault and/or battery with a dangerous weapon, feloniously pointing a weapon, and knowingly concealing stolen property. He will appear for trial on February 17.

• Tommy Hoover is accused of second-degree rape, second-degree rape by instrumentation, and forcible oral sodomy. His trial has been set for February 23.

• William J. Dart has a court date set for March 2. He stands accused of lewd molestation.

• Rotriko Simon Liwy, charged with first degree rape and rape by instrumentation will be in district court for trial on March 3.

• Jeremy Ray James, stands accused of shooting with intent to kill. He will appear in court for trial on March 9.

Three trials were set for the misdemeanor docket January 9. They include:

• Patrick Ryan Duncan, breaking and entering a dwelling without permission, set for February 11.

• Marvin Dale Gillum Sr., two counts of stalking and two counts of disturbing public worship/religious meeting. His trial date is set for February 11.

Marvin Jacob DeVries, who is charged with domestic abuse-assault and battery, has a trial date of February 13.