Evidence hearings are June 15th for two suspects arrested as part of a Pike County raid last winter.
Timothy and Amie Kimmel of Eolia each face drug charges. Authorities allegedly found meth when they executed a search warrant at a home near Eolia City Park on February 29th.
The Kimmels also are accused of felony assault in the non-fatal stabbing of a man near the Eolia Community Center on March 11th of 2012. Trials for both are set to begin July 18th.
Another suspect in the February drug case, Keith Crowder of rural Bowling Green, is accused of felony possession. A jury trial in that case and a separate one from March of this year is scheduled for September 15th.
One other person arrested in the February raid, Gregory Parsons of Foley, recently pleaded guilty to a felony possession charge and was sentenced to six years in prison.
All persons charged with a crime are presumed innocent until convicted in a court of law.