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CASES CALLED THURSDAY INCLUDED:

Tami Lee Burton, 52, of 1015 Lagonda Ave., menacing, guilty, 30 days jail, credit for time served; disorderly conduct, dismissed.

Andrew Robert Gwinn, 24, of 1921 Scarboro Ave., criminal damaging, guilty, 30 days jail with 30 days suspended, pay fine and costs, fined $100.

David Lee Keiter, 24, of 1101 E. High St., OVI, guilty, 12 days jail, credit for time served, 12 months driver’s license suspension, fined $375.

Richenda L. Newland, 31, of Newark, complicity, guilty, 180 days jail; theft, dismissed.

Charles Michael Robinson, 26, of 832 S. Fountain Ave., domestic violence, guilty, 90 days jail with 80 days suspended, pay fine and costs; assault, violation of temporary protection order, dismissed.

Jayme Renee Gaver, 18, of Urbana, theft, dismissed - pretrial probation.

Ricardo Bacilio Campos, 25, of 120 E. Madison Ave., Apt. A, domestic violence amended to menacing, guilty, 20 days jail, credit for time served from June 23.

Jason R. Doolin, 34, of 3427 Kingsreach Dr., assault, dismissed - prosecutor request.

Jeffrey A. Errett, 50, of Medway, OVI, failure to drive on right, traffic control device, dismissed.

Joshua M. Long, 26, of 2434 Burnett Road, lanes of travel, dismissed.

Matthew David Rowe, 31, of 534 S. Hubert Ave., OVI, guilty, 24 months driver’s license suspension, 60 days jail with 50 days suspended, 12 months probation, administrative license suspension terminated without reinstatement fee, 90 days vehicle immobilization effective May 26, fined $525; OVI, marked lanes, no seat belt driver, dismissed.

CASES CALLED FRIDAY INCLUDED:

Tyla M. Beverly, 20, of 3688 Mechanicsburg Road, two counts OVI, driving without valid license, marked lanes, innocent, continued.

Steven Bird, 46, of New Carlisle, two counts OVI, no operator’s license, tail lights, innocent, continued.

Alyssa A. Boian, 26, of New Carlisle, theft, innocent, continued.

Tejuan Dion Bradley Jr., 25, address unknown, attempted burglary, innocent, continued, bond $5,000; two counts assault, innocent, continued, bond $2,000; falsification, innocent, continued, bond $1,000.

Robert Benjamin Decker, 32, address unknown, theft, innocent, continued, public defender appointed, bond $1,000.

Wilma L. Holder, 43, of 606 E. Rose St., OVI, speed, innocent, continued.

Krista Jo King, 25, of 3349 Maplewood Ave., theft, obstructing official business, innocent, continued, public defender appointed.

Lauren Marie Mefford, 22, of 401 S. Belmont Ave., possession of drugs, innocent, continued, public defender appointed.

Micah L. Niswonger, 28, of Degraff, OVI, open container/vehicle, lanes of travel, innocent, continued.

Allbonie Michelle Packnett, 26, of Dayton, four counts theft, innocent, continued, public defender appointed, bond $8,000; possession of criminal tools, innocent, continued.

Robert Anthony Preston, 23, of 735 Linden Ave., obstructing official business, innocent, continued, bond $1,000; possession of drugs, innocent, continued.

Rodger D. Redmon, 46, of New Carlisle, breaking and entering, innocent, continued, public defender appointed; interfere/train operation, innocent, continued.

James Fredrick Riley III, 31, of New Carlisle, breaking and entering, interfere/train operation, innocent, continued, public defender appointed.

Paul Robinson, 39, of 4100 Troy Road, Apt. 21, disorderly conduct, innocent, continued.

Edward L. Sims, 60, address unknown, two counts violation of temporary protection order, innocent, continued, public defender appointed, bond $5,000.

Jaymee Danae Smith, 26, of Dayton, four counts theft, innocent, continued, public defender appointed, bond $8,000; possession of criminal tools, innocent, continued.

Matthew Sprinkle, 24, of 3238 Nantucket St., receiving stolen property, innocent, continued.

Ray Anthony Williams, 40, of 19 S. Light St., theft, innocent, continued, public defender appointed.



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