A woman charged with three felonies pleaded not guilty in Natrona County District Court on Thursday.

Danielle Griebel faces counts of aggravated burglary, conspiracy to commit aggravated burglary, and felony possession of hydrocodone.

If convicted, she faces five to 25 years imprisonment for the aggravated burglary and conspiracy to commit aggravated burglary count. The punishment for felony hydrocodone possession is not more than five years imprisonment.

Griebel's attorney, Scott Murray, successfully persuaded Natrona County District Court Judge Daniel Forgey to lower her bond to $15,000 from $25,000.

Murray said she had a minimal criminal record including failure to appear for a court date, Murray said.

Griebel is not a flight risk because she has strong ties to the community, Murray said, referring to family members in the courtroom.

The case began on March 16 after a man returned to his house on Pennsylvania Street and found he had been burglarized.

Missing items included a Glock Model 23 pistol, prescription medicines, several computers, checkbooks and watches, according to affidavits filed with Natrona County Circuit Court.

Griebel, Richard Stewart, Adarus Greenway, and a juvenile, whose records are sealed, were arrested soon after the burglary.