Two trials for Marbleton meth charges


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SUBLETTE COUNTY – Two Marbleton residents charged with felony counts of meth delivery, conspiracy to commit a meth delivery and possession of meth each pleaded not guilty and although their cases are separate, their 9th District Court trials are set for the same date, July 17.

Jayden L. Bohm and Leon E. Covell IV were arrested after confidential sources assisted drug detectives with an investigation, setting up more than one deal, records show

Covell’s and Bohm’s initial release bonds were set at $15,000 cash only in Circuit Court.

He was bound over to 9th District Court, where on March 9 before Judge Kate McKay he pleaded not guilty to all charges, records show. His 12-person jury trial is set for July 17 and his pretrial conference will be on June 22 at 10 a.m., records show.

Public defender Elisabeth Trefonas and Sublette County Deputy Attorney Damon DeBernardi represent the defendant and prosecution.

Covell was released from custody after posting a $5,000 surety bond.

Bohm appeared before Judge McKay, pleading not guilty to all charges, on March 16, with public defender Rachel Weksler and Sublette County Deputy Attorney Adrian Kowalski on this case, records show.

Her trial is also set to begin on July 17 and her pretrial conference is scheduled for June 22 at 11 a.m. Bohm is not in custody at this time.