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Municipal Court


CASES CALLED THURSDAY INCLUDED:

Samantha Ann Ferrell, 21, of 1112 Pine St., possession of drug abuse instrument, dismissed.

Reynaldo W. Gonzales, 23, of 510 E. Euclid Ave., assault, dismissed - prosecutor request.

Zan Michael Mullett, 19, of New Carlisle, assault, dismissed.

Donequia T. Rhodes, 20, of 527 S. Shaffer St., criminal damaging amended to disorderly conduct, guilty, fined $25.

James P. Allen II, 43, of New Carlisle, resisting arrest, OVI, flee/elude, license plate light, dismissed.

Parneel P. Chandra, 35, of 2570 Myers Road, domestic violence amended to menacing, guilty, 10 days jail with 10 days suspended; telephone harassment, dismissed.

Daniel Joseph Miller, 44, of 1917 Springmont Ave., two counts theft, guilty, 30 days jail each count; theft, dismissed.

Chester C. Youngman, 41, of 3769 Ballentine Pike, unauthorized use of vehicle, guilty, 30 days jail, fined $250; hit skip probation violation, guilty, 12 months driver’s license suspension, 30 days jail, fined $500.

CASES CALLED FRIDAY INCLUDED:

Rudolfo Gonzalez Hernandez, 55, of 323 W. Grand Ave., receiving stolen property, guilty, continued.

Ilkhom K. Iskandarov, 33, of Dayton, possession/drug abuse, OVI, marked lanes, innocent, continued.

Krista Nacole Jones, 26, of 1947 Primm Dr., Apt. G, two counts possession of drugs, innocent, continued.

Abdul Karrim Kargbo, 23, of Columbus, tamper with evidence, innocent, continued, public defender appointed, bond $15,000; theft, innocent, continued.

Jeremy M. Levalley, 19, of Urbana, two counts domestic violence, innocent, continued, bond $5,000; two counts assault, innocent, continued.

Matthew Allen Lewis, 30, address unknown, vandalism, innocent, continued, public defender appointed, bond $2,500; two counts criminal damaging, innocent, continued, public defender appointed, bond $1,500.

Michael Jermaine Marshall, 27, of Columbus, five counts failure to obey traffic device, innocent, continued, public defender appointed, bond $500; failure to yield public safety vehicle, innocent, continued; flee/elude police officer, innocent, continued, public defender appointed, bond $25,000; theft, innocent, continued, public defender appointed, bond $2,500.

Shadon Marshale McCoy, 38, of 514 W. Jefferson St., distribution/drugs, innocent, continued, public defender appointed, bond $25,000; failure to pay reinstatement fee, innocent, continued, released on own recognizance bond; possession of drugs, failure to signal left turn, innocent, continued.

Paul E. Miller, 28, of 727 E. Pleasant St., driving under suspension, innocent, continued, bond $2,500; fictitious plates, marked lanes, no seat belt, innocent, continued.

Terry J. Montgomery, 41, of Jamestown, domestic violence, innocent, continued, bond $1,000; assault, innocent, continued.

Anthony Wayne Quarles, 28, of 810 Cypress St., driving under suspension, three counts stop sign, innocent, continued.

Michael Allen Robinson, 32, of 2506 Hilltop Ave., receiving stolen property, carry concealed weapon, firearms in motor vehicle, innocent, continued.

Venus R. Tarver, 43, of Indianapolis, OVI, innocent, continued, public defender appointed; driving under suspension, fictitious plates, speed excess 65 mph, no seat belt, innocent, continued.

Charles Theodore Walker, 32, of 1214 Heard St., OVI, innocent, continued.

Joshua A. Weekley, 28, of 1001 Pine St., domestic violence, innocent, continued, bond $1,000; assault, innocent, continued.


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