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By Sandy Schroth
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Judge arraigns nine in Antelope County district court

 


The Honorable Mark Johnson presided over the arraignment of several defendants Wednesday, April 27, in the Antelope County district court in Neligh, including three teenagers charged in connection with March 21 break-ins at two Neligh businesses, Neligh Vape Shop and the Fit Stop.

Trinity Graham, 18, accompanied by his court-appointed attorney, Brad Montag of Norfolk, pleaded not guilty to counts I and II, burglary, Class 2A felonies, and Count III, a Class 4 felony, theft by unlawful taking, more than $1,500. Jury trial is set July 18, with a pretrial hearing on the June 29 docket. If conv...



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