Municipal Court


CASES CALLED THURSDAY INCLUDED:

Cory Michael Hill, 21, of 254 Ridge Road, child endangering, guilty, 10 days jail suspended upon payment of costs by Nov. 6.

Michael V. Baker, 26, of Dayton, assault amended to disorderly, guilty, 30 days jail, credit for time served, fined $250.

Barbara Darlene Castle, 33, of 3454 Folk Ream Road., Apt. 217, theft, guilty, 90 days jail, credit for time served.

Angela D. Greene, 40, of 1571 Lagonda Ave., resisting arrest amended to disorderly, guilty; traffic signal, guilty, fined $50.

Jessica Lynn Hibbert, 21, of 2407 Woodside Ave., obstructing official business, guilty, 30 days jail with 30 days suspended, fined $100; two counts falsification, obstructing official business, two counts obstructing justice, use and possession of drug paraphernalia, two counts failure to aid law, dismissed.

Melissa Tipton, 33, of 316 E. Third St., Apt. C, drug paraphernalia offense, guilty, 30 days jail with 30 days suspended, fined $100.

Manuel A. Vizcarrondo Jr., 34, of Trotwood, unauthorized use of vehicle, dismissed - prosecutor request.

Dormal Lindoil Smith Jr., 38, address unknown, domestic violence, guilty, 90 days jail, credit for time served from Sept. 10.

CASES CALLED FRIDAY INCLUDED:

Ishmael Akram, 22, of 1945 Primm Dr., Apt. F, domestic violence, innocent, continued, public defender appointed, bond $2,500; OVI, innocent, continued, bond $2,500; OVI, driving without valid license, marked lanes, no seat belt, innocent, continued.

Joshua A. Alfrey, 39, of 738 N. Limestone St., assault, innocent, continued.

Bryan Q. Artis, 24, of 2538 Red Coach Dr., Apt. A, two counts OVI, marked lanes, innocent, continued.

Ryan A. Bullard, 32, of 621 W. Parkwood Ave., drug abuse/felony, drug abuse marijuana, innocent, continued.

Antonio Lashawn Conley, 21, of 639 E. Grand Ave., theft, innocent, continued, public defender appointed.

Jesse D. Cooks, 47, of 1701 Portage Path, weapons under disability, firearms in motor vehicle, carry concealed weapon, OVI, failure to pay reinstatement fee, left of center, innocent, continued.

Deronto D. Davidson III, 30, address unknown, burglary, innocent, continued, bond $10,000.

Shane Edward Eidson, 30, of 1566 Prospect St., two counts theft, innocent, continued.

Ashley Dawn Fenwick, 29, of 1020 Middle St., domestic violence, innocent, continued, public defender appointed, bond $1,500.

Steven M. Harrison, 26, of 1614 N. Yellow Springs St., two counts OVI, driving under suspension OVI suspension, failure to drive on right, no seat belt, innocent, continued.

Dashawn R. Hutchins, 21, of 1538 W. Clark St., two counts 12 point suspension, two counts driving under suspension, illegal plates, failure to signal left turn, two counts obstructing official business, possession of drugs, innocent, continued.

Georgia B. Jackson, 36, of 1321 Clay St., driving under suspension, red light, innocent, continued.

Corey Johnson, 36, of Dayton, OVI, guilty, continued.

Robert G. Kelly Jr., 42, of 425 Linden Ave., forgery, innocent, continued, public defender appointed.

Dexter Miles Little Jr., 57, of Medway, domestic violence, innocent, continued, public defender appointed; assault, innocent, continued.

Perry C. Murphy, 51, of Catawba, two counts OVI, assured clear distance, innocent, continued.

Anthony W. Priest, 59, of 4726 Security Dr., Apt. 309, violation of temporary protection order, innocent, continued.

Ramon A. Ramos III, 35, of 301 E. Grand Ave., OVI, unauthorized use of vehicle, innocent, continued, public defender appointed; driving under suspension, failure to control, innocent, continued.

Ronald Nelson Selvage, 42, of New Carlisle, domestic violence, assault, innocent, continued.

Alicia D. Swyers, 34, of New Carlisle, physical control, innocent, continued, public defender appointed.

Trevor Brian Toliver II, 24, address unknown, two counts domestic violence, criminal damaging, resisting arrest, assault, weapons under disability, carry concealed weapon, distribution/drugs, two counts possession of drugs, disrupting public service, innocent, continued.


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