Kirstin Lynsey Robbins waived her preliminary hearing Monday afternoon in Marion County Circuit Court at Hannibal.
Robbins and Jimmy D. Atteberry were arrested on May 28 by the Northeast Missouri Narcotics Task Force at their residence, 1603 Fulton Ave. in Hannibal.
The Marion County Prosecuting Attorney’s office subsequently charged Atteberry and Robbins with three felony counts including, Possession of a Controlled Substance with Intent to Distribute (Class B Felony), Possession of an Imitation Controlled Substance with Intent to Distribute (Class D Felony), and 1st Degree Endangering the Welfare of a Child (Class C Felony).
Robbins, whose physical appearance has changed significantly since her arrest, had shoulder-length platinum blond hair on Monday, and was wearing a black mini skirt and platform heels along with a court-ordered ankle monitor.
She was released from custody on June 18 after posting $25,000 bond.
On Monday, Judge John J. Jackson refused to accept a plea agreement worked out between the prosecution and defense that would have allowed for the dismissal of the endangerment charge against Robbins.
Instead, the case was set for arraignment in circuit court before Judge Rachel Bringer Shepherd on July 22.
Atteberry, still in the custody of the Marion County sheriff, had his case continued until 1:30 p.m. Aug. 11.