Municipal Court


CASES CALLED THURSDAY INCLUDED:

Richard Eugene Brewer, 25, of 1032 N. Belmont Ave., assault, guilty, credit time served to complete case; domestic violence, dismissed.

Anthony C. Brunett, 50, of New Carlisle, OVI, guilty, 12 months driver’s license suspension, 60 days jail with 57 days suspended, three days credit for time served, 10 days community service in lieu of fine and costs, fined $375.

Chad Michael Foland, 32, of 2323 Irwin Ave., endangering children, drug abuse marijuana, aggravated menacing, dismissed.

Jeremy Ray Barclay, 23, of 140 Catherine St., domestic violence amended to disorderly, guilty, five days jail with five days suspended, fined $50.

Lawrence Gene Beavers Jr., 45, of 373 Glenn Ave., public indecency amended to disorderly, guilty, fined $50.

Travis M. Feaster, 31, of 728 Grant St., unauthorized use of vehicle amended to unauthorized use/property, guilty, 30 days jail, jail concurrent, fined $50; 12 point suspension, guilty, 30 days jail, jail concurrent, fined $100.

Reginald E. Frazier, 25, of 1624 Kenton St., OVI, guilty, 12 months driver’s license suspension, three days jail, three days credit for time served, fined $375.

Stephanie R. Hopkins, 28, of Londonderry, OVI amended to disregard of safety, guilty, three days jail, three days credit for time served, fined $150.

Tyler Rob Humerick, 21, of 509 W. Third St., Apt. 12, assault, guilty, 180 days jail, jail concurrent with another case, fined $100.

Mackenzie Gaylord Joseph, 18, of 3313 Eastham St., possession of drugs amended to disorderly, guilty, fined $100.

Michael David Lemmings, 27, of 1729 S. Sweetbriar Lane, theft, guilty, 30 days jail with 20 days suspended, six months probation, fined $50.

Sonny James Swims, 46, of 709 E. High St., Apt. 5, theft, guilty, 10 days jail with 10 days suspended on condition pays fine and costs, fined $100.

Terry Lee Odaniel, 47, of New Carlisle, domestic violence amended to disorderly, guilty, fined $100.

Michael T. Pacey, 20, of New Carlisle, contributing to unruly/minor, dismissed - prosecutor request.

Jowanna Lynn Ragland, 37, of 910 E. Rose St., two counts violation of temporary protection order, dismissed - prosecutor request.

John Frazier Sanford II, 49, of 439 E. High St., Rear, criminal trespass, guilty, five days jail with five days suspended, 10 days community service in lieu of costs.

Tyron Allen Thompson, 19, of 2109 Superior Ave., domestic violence, dismissed - prosecutor request.

Drake Tompkins, 19, of New Carlisle, offenses involving underage persons, guilty, 30 days jail with 30 days suspended, fined $100; marked lanes, open container/vehicle, dismissed.

Kimberly M. Ward, 35, of 1152 S. Bell Ave., stop sign, dismissed.

CASES CALLED FRIDAY INCLUDED:

Alexander G. Batcheller, 24, of Cleveland, open container, innocent, continued, released on own recognizance bond; OVI, innocent, continued, bond $2,500; OVI, failure to pay reinstatement fee, marked lanes, innocent, continued.

Jeremy Lee Brock, 22, of 423 N. Shaffer St., assault, innocent, continued.

Nevin S. Cline, 39, of South Vienna, two counts domestic violence, innocent, continued, public defender appointed, bond $1,000.

Phillip B. Craig, 45, of New Carlisle, menacing, innocent, continued.

Jan M. Evans, 27, of 1621 Columbus Ave., assault, innocent, continued.

Shawn K. Leach, 27, of 306 Vale Road, breaking and entering, innocent, continued, bond $2,500; theft, innocent, continued.

Michael L. McCostlin, 56, of N. Ridgeville, OVI, turn and stop signal, marked lanes, innocent, continued.

Casey A. McDaniel, 26, of 619 Belmont Ave., unauthorized use of vehicle, turn and stop signal, speed, innocent, continued.

Randy S. Runkle, 41, of 2147 Conowoods Dr., OVI, display of license plates, innocent, continued.

Carol A. Watson, 49, of 1632 Cypress St., wrongful entrustment, innocent, continued.

Jerome Lamar Wood, 22, of 715 Stanton Ave., burglary, innocent, continued.


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