A Ramsey woman charged on September 5 with 24 felony counts including forgery and identity theft is now charged with two additional felony counts. 35-year old Adena Eltzroth appeared in Fayette County Court on Tuesday and was advised of the two additional charges. Eltzroth was initially charged with three counts of forgery, three counts of identity theft and five counts of possession of a fraudulent ID card. All eleven of those counts are Class 3 felonies punishable by two to five years in prison. In addition to those counts, she is now charged with two additional Class 3 felony counts of forgery with issuing or delivering a document. Eltzroth also faces five counts of possession of a credit card of another, five counts of unlawfully altered driver’s license and three counts of deception on a bank. Those thirteen counts are all Class 4 felonies punishable by one to three years in prison. During Tuesday’s appearance, Eltzroth was assigned public defender William Starnes, waived formal arraignment and entered a plea of not guilty. A pre-trial has been set for November 27 at 10am. Eltzroth remains in the Fayette County Jail on $35,000 bond.