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Municipal court


Cases called Friday included:

Danielle N. Burkhead, 28, at large, theft, innocent, continued, public defender appointed, bond $5,000; forgery, innocent, continued.

Chasity M. Collins, 36, of 11 S. Shaffer St. Apt. 1/2, receiving stolen property, innocent, continued, public defender appointed.

John J. Crase Jr., 49, of New Carlisle, OVI, DUI, failure to pay reinstatement fee, no operator’s license and marked lanes, innocent, continued.

Matthew Douglas Cumpston, 31, of Ashland, domestic violence, innocent, continued.

Ann E. Ellis, 47, of 1423 Kingsgate, OVI, innocent, continued.

Sabrina Nicole Hoberty, 20, of South Charleston, domestic violence, innocent, continued, public defender appointed, no contact conditional of bond, bond $5,000; assault, innocent, continued.

Patrick L. Jackson, 35, of 1150 Clifton Ave. Apt. 1/2, assault, innocent, continued, public defender appointed, released on own recognizance bond.

Lucas Nathaniel Keeton, 33, of 428 N. Clairmont Ave. Apt. 79, two counts of assault, innocent, continued, public defender appointed.

Jeffrey L. Owens, 57, of 919 Mound St., burglary with a person present, innocent, continued, public defender appointed, bond $10,000.

Jeffrey James Piersoll, 57, of 1929 Hatcher Drive, Apt. E, resisting arrest, innocent, continued, public defender appointed, bond $1,500.

Sarah M. Short, 22, of Campton, OVI and marked lanes, innocent, continued.

Richard Ricardo Sinclair, 21, of 309 Madison Ave., obstructing official business, innocent, continued, public defender appointed, bond $1,500; criminal trespassing, innocent, continued.

Derrick J. Vince, 29, of 793 Timberview Drive, aggravated burglary, innocent, continued.

Cases called Thursday included:

Travis S. Jaynes, 21, of 1919 Lexington Ave., theft, guilty, fined $50; OVI, guilty, 33 days jail with 30 days suspended with credit time served, 12 months driver’s license suspension, six months probation, fined $375.

Clifford Combs, 57, of 5185 New Carlisle Pike, OVI reduced to disregard of safety, guilty, three months driver’s license suspension, three days jail with time served, fined $250, no helmet for temporary motorcycle license and failure to control, dismissed.

Maria Ann Mollett, 31, of 518 W. High St. Apt. 2, theft, guilty, 60 days jail with 60 days suspended on condition of no theft offense for two years.

Angela J. Banks, 26, of 1717 Columbus Ave., theft reduced to attempted theft, guilty, 10 days jail with 10 days suspended for restitution.

James E. Barnhouse Sr., 45, of 516 Race St., domestic violence reduced to menacing, guilty, 30 days jail with 30 days suspended, 6 months probation, anger management assessment and follow-up.

Charles H. Chilton, 59, of 4726 Security Lane, Apt. 207, domestic violence and assault, dismissed – prosecutor request.

Joshua L. Daniels, 23, of 416 Dayton Ave., OVI, driving under suspension, and failure to control, dismissed.

Jeffrey T. Ferguson, 44, of Columbus, failure to yield at stop signs/private and seat belt, dismissed.

Reginald Edwin Frazier, 25, of 1624 Kenton St., use and possession of drug paraphernalia, guilty, 15 days jail with 15 days suspended for fine and costs by Feb. 17; six months operators license suspension effective Jan. 17, fined $100; obstructing official business, dismissed.

Luis A. Orozco, 36, of 441 E. Grand Ave., domestic violence, dismissed - prosecutor request.

Timmy A. Prosen, 52, of St Paris, OVI and improper backing/starting, dismissed.

Mark T. Ricketts, 23, of 335 Willow Road, operating an unsafe vehicle, guilty, fined $75; failure to stop at the scene of an accident, guilty, 90 days jail with 90 days suspended upon payment of restitution in another case, six months probation, six months driver’s license suspension, 10 days community service, continue treatment; criminal damaging reduced to criminal mischief, guilty, 30 days jail with 30 days suspended; improper starting/backing and disregard of safety, dismissed.


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