Bradley Campbell, 37, pleaded not guilty to all four charges.
The cases have been bound over to district court — three in Buffalo County and one in Hall County.
In three of the cases, Campbell is charged with theft by receiving stolen property worth more than $1,500. Those incidents are alleged to have occurred on June 12, June 24 and Aug. 19. In the other case, Campbell is charged with theft by unlawfully taking property worth more than $1,500 on Sept. 26, 2011. All four of the offenses are Class III felonies.
In one of the cases, Campbell is charged with having possession of a semitruck that was reported stolen in Georgia in 2008.
In another case, he is charged with possession of a grain trailer that was stolen in Missouri in 2008.
The other Buffalo County case involves parts taken from a semi owned by Zech Farms of Buffalo County.
In the Hall County Case, Campbell is charged with theft by receiving stolen property worth more than $1,500. That theft, which allegedly occurred on June 24, involved the property of the Praetorian Insurance Co., including a semitruck.
In the Hall County case, a pretrial conference is scheduled for 9 a.m. Jan. 25.