One of three family members charged with receiving marijuana through a parcel service to resell has pleaded guilty in Cumberland County Criminal Court and charges against another family member were dropped.

Charges against the third family member are pending.

Kenneth Howard Sonia, 43, Kenneth Alan Sonia, 24, and Debbie Ann Krauss Sonia all were charged with possession of marijuana for resale and delivery.

Kenneth Howard Sonia on July 6 appeared before Judge David Patterson and entered a guilty plea to the charge of attempt to possess a controlled substance with intent to sell.

He received a one-year suspended sentence with fine waived. Sonia is to pay court costs in the case.

According to an arrest report at the time, a UPS package was intercepted by law enforcement officers after they received information that the parcel might contain illegal drugs. The package was searched and police found 22 pounds of marijuana.

The package was then resealed and an undercover law enforcement officer then delivered the parcel to a Cumberland Lakes Dr. address near the Cumberland and Putnam County line.

Kenneth Alan Sonia was home at the time the parcel arrived and was asked if he was the person the package was addressed to. He reportedly made a phone call and then replied that the package was at the right residence. He was immediately arrested.

Agents of the Tennessee Bureau of Investigation (TBI), 13th Judicial District Drug Task Force and sheriff's investigators then obtained a search warrant for the residence which resulted in the seizure of additional evidence, it was reported at the time.

In exchange for the guilty plea, the charge against Kenneth Alan Sonia was dropped. The charge against Debbie Sonia was continued to Sept. 23.

In other cases on the docket, the following took place.

Guilty pleas

•Glenda Sweet Imken, 64, charged with felony reckless endangerment in an information presented to the court, pleaded guilty to felony reckless endangerment and received an 18-month suspended sentence with two days to serve and the remainder on probation. She was fined $350 and court costs. The charges stem from a traffic accident.

•Michael K. Hensley, 43, child abuse, pleaded guilty to misdemeanor assault and received an 11-month and 29-day suspended sentence to be served on probation. Hensley has completed counseling and classes and there has been no further problems since the charge was filed in April 2006.

Return with an attorney

•Krystal LouAnn Harrison, aggravated assault, continued to Sept. 23.

•Charles Dewayne Lakens, rape, Public Defender's Office appointed to represent the defendant; continued to Sept. 23.

•Joshua A. Rector, two counts of fraudulent use of a credit card, continued to July 20.

Deadline docket

•John E. Barnwell, burglary and theft more than $1,000, pre-trial diversion granted; placed on probation for two years.

•Coy Edward Ingram, aggravated sexual battery, set for trial Nov. 9.

•Leanida Jo Lewis, two counts of theft more than $1,000 and theft more than $500, set for trial Nov. 4.

•Eric F. Manning, two counts of aggravated burglary, 11 counts of forgery, ten counts of passing a forged instrument, and two counts of attempt to pass a forged instrument, motions hearing set for Aug. 19.

•Timothy Taylor, domestic assault and kidnapping, continued.

•Brandon Michael Rogge, attempted rape of a child, continued.

•Derrick Doyle Stover, fourth offense driving on a revoked license and violation of the habitual motor vehicle offender law, continued.

Motions and hearings

•Jason L. Bryant, aggravated statutory rape, pre-trial diversion hearing continued to July 20.

•Alexander Ruben Carino, two counts of felony murder and attempted especially aggravated robbery, motion hearing continued to Sept. 23.

•Cody Ricky Cofer, two counts of felony murder and attempted especially aggravated robbery, motion hearing continued to Sept. 23.

•Richard M. Frazier, aggravated assault, continued to Sept. 23.

•Jennifer Marie Houston, burglary and theft more than $1,000, does not qualify for pre-trial diversion; continued to July 20.

•Jean C. Rabideau, petition for expungement from record recent charge that was dismissed, granted.

•Gerald Dewayne Shuler, theft more than $500, dropped.

Probation violations

•Howard Wayne Bell, on probation because of selling Oxycontin and conspiracy to sell Oxycodone charges, pleaded guilty to probation violations and was sentenced to six months in jail and is to then be released into the community corrections program.

•Carl E. Boles, on probation because of a driving under the influence charge, pleaded guilty to probation violation and was sentenced to 120 days in jail.

•Brian Eric McCauley, probation revocation hearing continued to July 24.

•Robert E. Presley, probation revocation hearing continued to Aug. 9.

•George L. Skinner, on probation because of a theft more than $1,000 charge, pleaded guilty to violating conditions of probation and was transferred to the community corrections program.

•Ricky Allen Moran, Public Defender's Office appointed to represent the defendant; revocation hearing continued.

•Allen Wesley Nixon, Public Defender's Office appointed to represent the defendant; revocation hearing continued.

•Derrick D. Stover, Public Defender's Office appointed to represent the defendant; revocation hearing continued.

•Daniel Allen Holding, probation revocation hearing continued to July 20 at which time defendant is to return to court with an attorney.

Community corrections

•Daniel Cruz, bond set at $1,000; probation revocation hearing continued to July 20.

•Larry Allen Selby, in community corrections because of forgery and passing forged instrument charges, pleaded guilty to probation violations and was ordered to serve 60 days in jail and then be released back on probation.

•Gary L. Conley, on probation because of a habitual motor vehicle offender law and revoked license charges, was returned to community corrections with a payment schedule set.