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Clark County Municipal Court cases


Cases called Wednesday included:

Janine A. Adams, 43, of Urbana, OVI, OVI/breath, improper turn and seat belt, innocent.

Anitra Marchel Bass, 40, of 214 W. Southern Ave, theft, innocent.

Jeremy Lee Beck, 41, of Enon, possession of drugs and use/possession of drug paraphernalia, innocent.

Matthew E. Brown, 47, of Urbana, OVI, OVI/breath and head lights, innocent.

Robert E. Chaney Jr., 36, of 1029 Farlow St., drug abuse-marijuana, driving under suspension, speed, seat belt, OVI and OVI/breath, innocent.

Shane Anthony Crawford, 28, of 125 Brent Drive, East, Apt. G, unauthorized use of motor vehicle, theft, domestic violence and assault, innocent.

Krysta N. Durden, 18, undetermined address, two counts of theft, OVI, driving under suspension, falsification and obstructing official business, innocent.

Ernest Donnan Ewers, 33, address at large, three counts of breaking and entering, innocent, bond $7,500.

Anthony T. Fenwick, 46,undetermined address, criminal trespassing and two counts of theft, innocent, bond $1,500.

Clifton E. Ferguson, 32, undetermined address, fleeing/eluding police officer, two counts of possession of drug abuse instrument and two counts of possession of drugs, innocent, bond $4,500.

Chris Milem, 51, of New Carlisle, carrying concealed weapon, possession of drugs and two counts of receiving stolen property, innocent, bond $1,000.

Destina Michelle Plantz, 23, of Dayton, domestic violence, innocent, bond $5,000.

George Edward Thomas, 43, of 51 W. Clark St., receiving stolen property, innocent.

Charles Wooten, 34, of 4675 Springfield Jamestown Road, OVI-amphetamine, OVI-cocaine, OVI-meth and OVI-marijuana, innocent.

Laura Elizabeth Zuker, 25, of 1022 1/2 N. Fountain Ave., two counts of OVI, failure to drive on right side of roadway and seat belt, innocent.



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