Search warrant executed at Nashville home

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    Terrica Hendrix
    Reporter
    NASHVILLE – A local
    man made his first appearance
    in circuit court after
    being arrested for drug
    charges.
    Darrell Aikens, 56, of
    Nashville, appeared in Howard
    Circuit Court on Wed.,
    Nov. 18 before Judge Tom
    Cooper and was ordered to
    return on Dec. 2. According
    to a press release issued by
    Nashville Narcotics Investigator
    Mark Barnes, “On
    Nov. 12, at approximately
    1:30 p.m., members of the
    Nashville Police Department
    and the Howard
    County Sheriff’s Department
    executed a search and
    arrest warrant at 920 Mine
    St., in Nashville. This warrant
    was a result of months
    of undercover work by the
    department. Items seized
    from Aiken’s house include
    approximately 1/4 pound
    of suspected marijuana and
    items of paraphernalia to
    include scales for weighing
    the suspected marijuana,
    plastic bags and rolling
    papers. Also located in the
    residence was a police band
    scanner and a Bryco .380
    cal. pistol along with 40
    rounds of ammo. Aiken’s
    2000 model Chevrolet
    pickup was also seized…
    Darrell Aikens is charged
    with five counts of delivery
    of a scheduled VI controlled
    substance (marijuana),
    simultaneous possession
    of drugs and firearms,
    possession of a scheduled
    VI controlled substance
    with purpose to deliver and
    possession of drug paraphernalia.
    Bond was set at
    $175,000 by Circuit Judge
    Tom Cooper.” Aikens’ bond
    was reduced to $50,000.
    Other circuit court cases
    heard on Nov. 18:
    David Stelling, 41, of
    Nashville, entered a guilty
    plea to possession of a
    scheduled VI controlled
    substance with purpose to
    deliver (reduced to a misdemeanor)
    and was sentenced
    to 30 days in the county jail,
    ordered to pay court costs
    and drug assessment.
    Desarae Barnett, 35,
    of Nashville, entered a not
    guilty plea to possession
    of a controlled substance
    and possession of drug
    paraphernalia. Barnett was
    ordered to return on Jan. 6
    for pretrial and on Jan. 20
    and her bond is $25,000.
    Randall Chriestenson,
    32, of Texarkana, Ark.,
    entered a not guilty plea to
    possession of drug paraphernalia
    and was ordered
    to return on Jan. 6 for
    pretrial and on Jan. 20 for
    trial. His $25,000 bond was
    reduced to $10,000.
    Kevin Chriestenson, 29,
    of Texarkana, Ark., entered
    a not guilty plea to possession
    of drug paraphernalia
    and was ordered to return
    on Jan. 6 for pretrial and on
    Jan. 20 for trial. His bond is
    $25,000.
    Margo Johnston, 24, of
    Hot Springs, entered a not
    guilty plea to accomplice to
    forgery 2nd degree, breaking
    or entering and theft
    of property. Johnston was
    ordered to return on Dec. 9
    for pretrial and on Dec. 15
    for trial.
    Erma York, 68, of Hot
    Springs, entered a not guilty
    plea to accomplice to forgery
    2nd degree, breaking or
    entering and theft of property.
    York was ordered to
    return on Dec. 9 for pretrial
    and on Dec. 15 for trial.
    Nora Wilson, 41, of Amity,
    entered a not guilty plea
    to theft of property and was
    ordered to return on Feb. 2
    for pretrial and on Feb. 16
    for trial. Wilson’s bond is
    $10,000.
    Kendrick Payne, 25,
    of Nashville, was ordered
    to report back on Jan. 27
    for the underline charge of
    theft of property and felony
    fleeing (originally filed on
    July 1, 2009).
    Joshua Miller, 39, of
    Little Rock, was ordered to
    report back on Jan. 20 with
    an attorney for the underline
    charge of possession of
    a scheduled VI controlled
    substance with purpose to
    deliver (originally filed on
    Jan. 28, 2014).
    April Kinsey, 34, of Murfreesboro,
    was ordered to
    report back on Jan. 18 with
    an attorney for the underline
    charge of possession of drug
    paraphernalia, tampering
    with physical evidence, possession
    of a scheduled III
    controlled substance and
    possession of drug paraphernalia.
    Kinsey was also
    ordered to return on Feb. 3
    for pretrial and on Feb. 16
    for trial.
    Ashley Goodner, 28, of
    Nashville, was ordered to
    return on Jan. 13 for a probation
    revocation hearing for
    the underline charge of theft
    of property and residential
    burglary (originally filed on
    Aug. 9, 2010).

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