Nathan Hummel made his initial appearance in Starke Circuit Court yesterday afternoon. Hummel is accused of robbing the Knox CVS with his brother, Jonathan Hummel, on December 20th.
Hummel is charged with Dealing in Narcotic Drugs as a Class A felony; Robbery as a Class B felony; Aiding, Inducing, or Causing a Robbery as a Class B felony; Resisting Law Enforcement as a Class D felony; Criminal Mischief as a Class D felony; and Attempting to Disarm a Police Officer as a Class C felony.
Hummel pleaded not guilty to all the charges and requested a court-appointed attorney. Judge Kim Hall appointed Timothy Lemon to Hummel’s case, and his first pre-trial conference is scheduled for Feb. 9 at 8 a.m., and his second pre-trial conference and plea agreement deadline is set for March 8 at 8:30 a.m.
Jonathan Hummel is still at large and wanted by the Starke County Sheriff’s Department.