A pair of suspected burglars entered "not guilty" pleas to their charges Monday.
Adam J. Goodsite, 20, of 1260 E. Ohio 61, and Erikah M. Greszler, 19, of 40-A Monroe St., Monroeville, each face one count of burglary in connection with an April 20 incident. If convicted of the second-degree felony, they face two to eight years in prison.
Each of the defendants earlier posted a $10,000 bond. They are prohibited from being on the premises of a North Pleasant Street address in Norwalk.
The pair said they don't have any prior felony convictions, but Greszler said she's on probation for a truancy case handled in Huron County Juvenile Court.
Greszler's trial date in Huron County Common Pleas Court is Sept. 4 while her suspected accomplice goes to trial one week later.
Three drug defendants also entered "not guilty" pleas to their charges Monday.
Jonathan T. Auble, 37, of 982 Timothy Drive, Willard, is charged with one count each of cultivation of marijuana and possession of criminal tools. Each of the felonies is in connection with a March 1 incident.
Auble, whose trial date is Sept. 9, earlier posted a $10,000 bond. If convicted of cultivating marijuana, he faces nine months to three years in prison.
Jade W. Fiske, 20, of 60 W. Seminary St., goes to trial Sept. 18 on two counts of trafficking in marijuana in connection with incidents on Sept. 20 and 23. He is out on a $5,000 bond.
Frederick L. Lyons, 34, of 520 Milan Ave., Lot 68, is charged with possession of synthetic marijuana (aka "K2") in connection with an April 1 incident. The defendant, who earlier posted a $5,000 bond, has a trial date of Sept. 16.