Municipal Court


Cases called Thursday included:

Cherish Ann Bayes, 34, of New Carlisle, complicity to theft amended to unauthorized use/property, guilty, 30 days of jail, 15 days suspended, $50 fine.

Sierra Nicole Knapp, 19, of 2722 Lexington Ave., offenses/underage persons, guilty, 30 days of jail, suspended, $250 fine.

Robert Conley, 22, of 216 S. Race St., obstructing official business amended to disorderly conduct, guilty, $50 fine.

Jeffery Grooms, 20, of Huber Heights, OVI amended to disregard of safety, guilty, 12 months driver’s license suspension, 30 days of jail, suspended, six months probation, $375 fine; flee/elude and turn and stop signal, dismissed; obstructing official business, guilty, six months probation, 30 days of jail, suspended.

Vincent Nicholas Risner, 23, of 822 Rice St., domestic violence amended to menacing, guilty, 30 days of jail, suspended.

Tameka R. Wood, 38, of 1019 Cypress St., assault, dismissed; criminal damaging amended to disorderly conduct, guilty, 30 days of jail, suspended.

Jared Thomas Crum, 20, of Galveston, Ind., offenses/underage persons and criminal mischief, dismissed; obstructing official business, guilty, 30 days of jail, suspended, six months of probation, $150 fine.

Dora Belen Deleon, 35, of 1307 Kinsman Ave., theft, guilty, five days jail, credit for time served.

Michael Anthony Maddalena, 27, of 1141 Ferndale Lane, OVI and failure to control, dismissed.

James T. Peterson, 39, of 2088 Center Blvd., driving under suspension, dismissed.

Tara R. Runkle, 30, of 1586 Morgan St., obstructing justice, innocent, continued, public defender appointed.

Timothy J. Stevens Jr., 26, of 2365 W. First St., two counts of theft, innocent, continued, public defender appointed, bond $3,500.

Davon Laroy Wilson Sr., address at large, violation of temporary protection order, innocent, continued, bond $1,000.

Cases called Friday included:

Laprecious L. Anthony, 23, of 1830 Clay St., littering and solid waste collection, innocent, continued, public defender appointed.

Heather Mae Bowers, 22, of 5108 Old Mechanicsburg Road, domestic violence and assault, innocent, continued, public defender appointed, no contact condition of bond, released on own recognizance bond.

Jackie Marie Carper, 30, of 1630 Baker Road, Lot 2, domestic violence, innocent, continued, public defender appointed, no contact condition of bond, bond $1,000.

Paul Edward Cogdill, 35, of London, assault, innocent, continued, public defender appointed.

James Dixon, 34, undetermined address, telephone harassment, breaking and entering and falsification, innocent, continued, public defender appointed, bond $4,500.

Justin Douglas Everhart, 33, address at large, assault and criminal damaging, innocent, continued, public defender appointed.

Marcus A. Fisher, 32, of 208 W. Auburn Ave., two counts of OVI, operating without a valid operator’s license and turn and stop signal, innocent, continued, public defender appointed.

Jessica S. Forsythe, 28, of Piqua, 10 counts of passing bad checks, innocent, continued, public defender appointed.

Kelly Hawk, 32, of 330 Ludlow Ave., two counts of failure to insure vicious dog, innocent, continued.

Jeffrey L January, 46, of 924 S. Fountain Ave., unauthorized use of vehicle, OVI, driving under suspension, stop sign and no seat belt, innocent, continued, public defender appointed, bond $2,000.

Richard Eugene Jeffrey, 24, of 2119 Wrenwood Road, misconduct at an emergency and resisting arrest, innocent, continued.

Justin W. Mathers, 24, of 1027 Warder St., request for bail, dismissed.

Shannon Christine Miller, 23, of Mechanicsburg, request for bail, continued; breaking and entering, possession of criminal tools and obstructing justice, innocent, continued, public defender appointed, bond $10,000.

Charles Robert Mowery, 18, of 120 W. Perrin St., theft, innocent, continued, public defender appointed, bond $25,000.

Arthur Cornellius Radford, 43, of 1749 York St., domestic violence, innocent, continued, no contact condition of bond, bond $5,000.

Jerry L. Smith, 54, of 609 S. Burnett Road, consuming alcohol in a motor vehicle, two counts of OVI, two counts of driving under suspension and failure to control, innocent, continued.

John William Smith Jr., 20, of 20 E. Cassilly St., public indecency, innocent, continued, public defender appointed.

Tamara Lee Smith, 32, of 1215 Liberty Ave., criminal mischief and criminal trespassing, innocent, continued, public defender appointed.

Timothy Joe Stevens Jr., 26, of 2365 W. First St Apt 41, menacing, innocent, continued, public defender appointed, bond $1,500.

Angelica Dawn Stevenson, 21, of Marysville, theft, innocent, continued, public defender appointed.

Shawn L. Thompson Sr., , 44, of 912 Oak St., possession of drugs, innocent, continued, public defender appointed.


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