Municipal Court


CASES CALLED TUESDAY INCLUDED:

Diana F. Bisler, 41, of New Carlisle, physical control, innocent, continued, public defender appointed.

Jessica Lee Fenwick, 23, of 1825 W. Washington, domestic violence, innocent, continued, public defender appointed, bond $1,000; disorderly conduct, innocent, continued.

Jeremy Lee Griffith, 37, of 1131 Skinner Lane, three counts OVI, driving under suspension OVI suspension, driving under suspension - operator’s license forfeiture, marked lanes, no seat belt, innocent, continued.

Scott A. Hasson, 57, of Reynoldsburg, theft, guilty, 10 days jail with 10 days suspended, fine and costs.

Benjamin Dale Jackson, 42, of 440 W. High St., abduction, innocent, continued, public defender appointed, bond $15,000; two counts disrupting public service, innocent, continued, public defender appointed, bond $5,000; domestic violence, innocent, continued, public defender appointed, bond $500; assault, innocent, continued, public defender appointed, bond $500.

Madonna J. Judy, 46, of W. Jefferson St., domestic violence, assault, innocent, continued.

Warren Lawrence Lee Jr., 28, of Enon, forgery, innocent, continued, public defender appointed, bond $2,500; receiving stolen property, innocent, continued.

Christopher Allen Melms, 35, of St. Paris, possession of drugs, innocent, continued, public defender appointed, bond $2,500.

Anthony D. Ryan, 31, of Urbana, aggravated vehicular assault, negligent assault, two counts OVI, failure to yield/red light, innocent, continued.

Candy Jo Smith, 41, of 518 Linwood Ave., falsification, innocent, continued, public defender appointed, bond $1,000.

Danny Steven Storck, 35, of 314 Ludlow Ave., aggravated robbery, innocent, continued, public defender appointed, bond $25,000.

Ashley R. Arantz, 22, of 3048 Aubree Lane, OVI, guilty, 12 months driver’s license suspension with modification, three days jail, three days credit for time served, fined $375; OVI, marked lanes, dismissed.

Timothy Warren Penrose, 47, of New Carlisle, assault, dismissed.

Vince James Putman, 30, of 332 Forest St., domestic violence amended to menacing, guilty, 30 days jail with 30 days suspended, fine and cost due May 29, fined $50.

Susan M. Ulliman, 53, of Dayton, OVI, guilty, 12 months driver’s license suspension, 60 days jail with 50 days suspended, six months probation, fined $500; parking on highway, dismissed.

Dawaune Lamont Brandon, 18, of 1956 Elmsford, criminal damaging, dismissed - prosecutor request.

Donald L. Burry Jr., 37, of 1701 Morgan St., OVI, guilty, 24 months driver’s license suspension, six days jail, three days credit for time served, administrative license suspension terminated without reinstatement fee, fined $500.

Ozgun Danaci, 25, of Columbus, OVI, guilty, six months driver’s license suspension, three days jail, three days credit for time served, administrative license suspension terminated without reinstatement fee, fined $375.

Dwight Jacob McClanahan, 23, of 5201 E. Pitchin Road, attempted theft, guilty, 60 days jail with 60 days suspended.

CASES CALLED WEDNESDAY INCLUDED:

Cody A. Day, 21, of South Vienna, two counts wildlife violation, guilty, continued.

Christopher Allen Eggers, 22, of 852 Mound St., theft, guilty, 180 days jail; use and possession of drug paraphernalia, guilty, 12 months driver’s license suspension, assessed costs $150.

Michael S. Howard, 30, of 2716 York St., two counts possession of drugs, innocent, continued, public defender appointed, bond $3,500; receiving stolen property, innocent, continued, public defender appointed, bond $2,500; failure to comply, innocent, continued, public defender appointed, bond $1,000; drug paraphernalia-marijuana, possession of drug abuse instrument, innocent, continued.

Shane D. Howard, 39, of 1810 Tibbetts St., violation of temporary protection order, innocent, continued, public defender appointed, bond $1,000.

Bobby R. Manning Jr., 41, of Mechanicsburg, assault, guilty, continued.

Ricky J. Mays, 44, of 2862 Dawn Lane, two counts possession of drugs, driving under suspension, speed, expired tag or sticker, innocent, continued.

Dylan Michael Potter, 20, of 626 Tibbetts Ave., theft, guilty, 24 months probation.

Kristie Renee VanHorn, 19, of 1020 Eastgate Road, complicity, innocent, continued, 24 months probation.


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