Municipal Court


CASES CALLED MONDAY INCLUDED:

Christopher Adam Breese, 21, of 3070 Selma Pike, use and possession of drug paraphernalia, drug abuse, dismissed.

Daniel L. Bryan III, 23, address unknown, burglary amended to aggravated trespass, guilty, 60 days jail with 60 days suspended.

Darryl Campbell, 30, of 224 E. Madison Ave., aggravated burglary, dismissed.

Anthony W. Chandathany, 20, of Columbus, receiving stolen property, guilty, 10 days jail with 10 days suspended, six months probation, fine and cost due June 6, fined $150.

Tylor Dale Eldridge, 21, of 877 E. McCreight Ave., theft, guilty, three days jail with three days suspended, fine and cost due June 3, fined $100.

Alicia G. Owens, 52, of 37 E. Madison Ave., Apt. A, aggravated burglary amended to aggravated trespass, guilty, 30 days jail with 30 days suspended, cost due June 3, domestic violence, dismissed.

Joshua T. Rinehart, 22, of 1638 Delmar Dr., OVI, guilty, 12 months driver’s license suspension, three days jail, three days credit for time served, fined $375.

Tim M. Rion Jr., 41, of Dayton, 12 point suspension, failure to obey traffic device, no seat belt, dismissed.

Jason M. Sowards, 32, of 3110 E. High St., Apt. G, burglary amended to aggravated trespass, guilty, 30 days jail with 30 days suspended, six months probation, pay costs by June 27.

Matthew S. Bowers, 27, of 1503 S. Burnett Road, receiving stolen property, guilty, 60 days jail with 60 days suspended,

cost due Aug. 21, restitution ordered.

Earl Arrignton Fitzpatrick, 59, of 820 W. Jefferson St., carry concealed weapon, firearms in motor vehicle, dismissed.

Randy L. Gordon Jr., 32, of 3301 Miller Road, Apt. 33, child endangering amended to disorderly, guilty, 30 days jail with 30 days suspended, fine and cost due July 10, fined $50.

Tiffany Desire Johnson, 24, of 321 W. Washington St., falsification, dismissed.

Kimberly K. Martin, 33, of 521 E. Rose St., obstructing official business, guilty, 14 days jail with 14 days suspended, fine and cost due June 27, fined $50.

William R. Martin, 41, of New Carlisle, burglary, dismissed.

Ronni Michelle McCarty, 37, of 2317 E. Home Road, possession of drug abuse instrument, guilty, 60 days jail with 60 days suspended, cost due Aug. 21; possession of drugs, dismissed — prosecutor request,

Ralph Edward Moore, 37, of 965 James St., public indecency, guilty.

Brooke L. Pollard, 20, of 1934 Fred Jordan Dr., Apt. G, drug abuse, dismissed.

Maxwell Todd Winnenberg, 19, of 3300 Cambridge Dr., attempted possession of drugs, guilty, 60 days jail with 60 days suspended, fine and cost due Oct. 28, six months probation, fined $100.

Tilic Marquise Beal, 23, address unknown, domestic violence, dismissed.

Renee Bristow, 33, of New Carlisle, theft, dismissed.

Arthur Jenkins Brown, 54, of 1001 S. Fountain Ave., tampering with evidence, dismissed.

Kevin B. Brown, 55, of 1534 Winding Trl., weapons under disability, domestic violence, dismissed.

Jason R. Doolin, 33, of 3427 Kingsreach Dr., domestic violence, dismissed.

William Allen Green, 30, of 321 W. Washington St., breaking and entering, dismissed - indicted by the grand jury.

David M. Houser, 31, of 458 N. Bechtle Ave., receiving stolen property, dismissed - prosecutor request.

Erik Thomas McKeever, 45, of 241 S. Plum St., breaking and entering, dismissed - indicted by the grand jury; obstructing official business, dismissed - prosecutor request.

Jerry Robert Salyers, 32, of 1608 W. Clark St., assault, dismissed.

Jessica Elizabeth Schirtzinger, 22, of 4434 S. Tecumseh Road, assault, guilty, 60 days jail with 60 days suspended, six months probation, cost due Oct. 28.

Paul R. Smith, 47, of 411 Linden Ave., domestic violence, dismissed.

Darryl E. Stamper Jr., 33, of 320 Chestnut Ave., expired tag or sticker, tail light provision, dismissed — prosecutor request.

Simone Marie Thompson, 18, of 620 Sherman Ave., falsification, dismissed — prosecutor request.

CASES CALLED TUESDAY INCLUDED:

Diana Lynn Adkins, 46, of 1579 Warder St., use and possession of drug paraphernalia, innocent, continued.

Wendell Dale Alfrey, 50, of 727 Reed Ave., assault, innocent, continued.

Carl S. Antoine, 19, of 734 Woodlawn Ave., Box 1407, OVI, guilty, continued.

Jacob Allen Castle, 30, of 4962 Limrick Road, theft, innocent, continued, public defender appointed.

Daniel K. Dulen, 30, of St. Paris, OVI, innocent, continued, public defender appointed; operating without valid operator’s license, speed, innocent, continued.

James A. Eldridge, 39, of 2010 Rebert Pike, two counts OVI, speed, innocent, continued.

Crystal S. Gonzalez, 29, of 1231 E. High St., Apt. D, theft, innocent, continued, public defender appointed.

Greg Louis Huennerkopf, 50, of 714 North St., possession of drug abuse instrument, innocent, continued.

James Samuel Martin, 54, of 122 N. Greenmount Ave., violation of temporary protection order, innocent, continued, bond $2,500.

Steven Joe Mitchell, 51, of Beebe, Alaska, three counts violation of temporary protection order, innocent, continued, bond $1,500.

Angela Sue Moore, 46, of 4817 Lehigh Dr., assault, innocent, continued.

Michael W. Rice, 50, of Enon, assault, disorderly conduct, innocent, continued.

David Alan Roberts II, 38, of 1577 Warder St., OVI, driving under suspension, two counts failure to control, innocent, continued.

John Conrad Robinson Jr., 36, of 1812 W. Washington St., assault, telephone harassment, innocent, continued, public defender appointed.

Aaron A. Smith, 38, of Mechanicsburg, driving under suspension, operating without valid operator’s license, traffic signal, innocent, continued.


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