Municipal Court


CASES CALLED MONDAY INCLUDED:

Daniel James Bloomfield III, 21, of 140 The Post Road, Apt. D, OVI, guilty, 365 days jail, 36 months driver’s license suspension, restricted plates and ignition, interlock required for driving modification, no privileges prior to Feb. 24, 2014, fined $850; driving under suspension, driver’s license required, no seat belt driver, unreasonable noise, dismissed.

Corey Allen Campbell, 26, of 1660 Catawba Ave., drug abuse, guilty, six months driver’s license suspension, fined $150.

Jerry W. Exon Sr., 48, of 401 Oakwood Pl., two counts theft, dismissed.

Jay William Hupp, 38, of Columbus, possession of cocaine, dismissed; no brake lights, dismissed - prosecutor request.

Lance M. Knisley, 23, address unknown, theft, forgery, dismissed - prosecutor request.

Gabriel S. Myers, 32, address unknown, passing bad check, guilty, 10 days jail with 10 days suspended, pay costs.

Desmond Lavar Perymon, 19, of 3910 Jensen Dr., Apt. E, flee/elude police officer, guilty, 12 months driver’s license suspension, 180 days jail with 150 days suspended, 30 days concurrent to time now serving, jail suspended on no driving without operator’s license; two counts aggravated robbery, possession of drugs, driving under suspension - operator’s license forfeiture, driver’s license required, fictitious plates, dismissed.

John David Stoltz, 35, of New Carlisle, disrupting public service amended to criminal mischief, guilty, 30 days jail with 30 days suspended, payment of fine and costs by Oct. 28, apply bond, fined $350; resisting arrest amended to disorderly conduct, guilty, 30 days jail with 30 days suspended, apply bond to fine and costs, fined $250; domestic violence, dismissed.

Raymond Jeffrey Whip, 37, of 4613 Reno Lane, assault, guilty, 10 days jail with 10 days suspended, pay fine and costs, fined $350.

Cameron Eugene Bigby, 20, address unknown, assault, receiving stolen property, two counts resisting arrest, escape, obstructing official business, dismissed - indicted by the grand jury.

Charles Jayson Dufner, 36, of 1782 Edwards Ave., aggravated burglary, dismissed - prosecutor request.

Henry J. Ford III, 34, of Gary, Indiana, forgery, dismissed.

Martin Wesley Harris, 36, address unknown, domestic violence amended to assault, guilty, 90 days jail with 69 days suspended, 11 days credit for time served, 12 months probation; OVI, guilty, 12 months driver’s license suspension, 20 days jail, credit for time served, fined $500.

Kelvin Michael Johnson, 31, of 332 E. Johnson Ave., aggravated burglary, dismissed.

Bryan Nicklaus Moore, 30, of 1229 Highland Ave., felonious assault/weapon, dismissed - indicted by the grand jury.

David Robinson, 47, of 127 Wilson Ave., criminal damaging, guilty, 90 days jail with 90 days suspended, six months probation, fined $100.

Emily Ray Young, 19, of 1129 Rosedale Ave., domestic violence, dismissed.

Bobby Lee Alcorn, 27, of 148 E. Grand Ave., receiving stolen property, dismissed - indicted by the grand jury.

Dylan J. Babb, 18, of Enon, OVI, dismissed.

Ashley M. Baldridge, 27, of South Charleston, OVI, assured clear distance, dismissed.

Jeffery L. Bowshier, 28, of 513 N. Bechtle Ave., assault, dismissed - prosecutor request.

Miles V. Canter, 34, address unknown, use and possession of drug paraphernalia, guilty, six months driver’s license suspension; burglary, dismissed - prosecutor request; possession of drugs, dismissed.

Justin Michael Close, 24, of Xenia, violation of temporary protection order, dismissed - prosecutor request.

Shi William Dooley, 21, of 621 Wiley Ave., domestic violence amended to disorderly, guilty, fined $100.

Paul Laune Dozier, 36, of 1124 Broadway, assault, dismissed - prosecutor request.

Jerry Duane Durst, 33, of New Carlisle, assault, dismissed.

Raheem Erick House, 22, of 304 E. John St., receiving stolen property amended to theft, guilty, 20 days jail, credit for time served from Sept. 12.

Bradley Michael Long, 24, of 935 Mound St., failure to register, change address, dismissed - indicted by the grand jury.

Jessie L. Powell, 34, of 1532 W. Clark St., theft, guilty, fined $50.

Shawn L. Thompson Sr., 44, of 912 Oak St., possession of drugs, dismissed.

Jimmy L. Weiss, 37, of 1646 Ballentine Pike, abandon animals, guilty, fined $50.

CASES CALLED TUESDAY INCLUDED:

Benjamin Scott Adkins, 68, of Jeffersonville, domestic violence, assault, innocent, continued.

Richard Herbert Austin Jr., 43, of 737 Stanton Ave., theft, no contest, guilty, 30 days jail.

Amber L. Boyer, 31, of 608 N. Fountain Ave., three counts OVI, innocent, continued, public defender appointed.

Amber Nicole Call, 29, of South Charleston, making false alarms, innocent, continued.

Robert Eugene Chaney Jr., 32, of 1027 Warder St., criminal trespass, two counts criminal damaging, innocent, continued.

Dreuntay D. Davenport, 19, of 1830 Clay St., domestic violence, innocent, continued, public defender appointed, bond $1,000; assault, innocent, continued.

Jerry L. Kunkle III, 27, of Enon, obstructing official business, innocent, continued.

John F. Kuss, 54, address unknown, theft, no contest, guilty, 30 days jail, credit for time served, jail concurrent.

Guy Mallory, 42, of Enon, aggravated menacing, innocent, continued.

Daniel R. Martin, 59, of 4460 Dayton Springfield Road, Lot 37, two counts OVI, failure to drive on right, innocent, continued.

Kent Patrick Scott, 48, of 623 Damascus Ave., domestic violence, innocent, continued, public defender appointed, bond $1,000.

Lisa K. Sisler, 47, of 1160 Lagonda Ave., criminal trespass, innocent, continued, public defender appointed.

Herschel Ray Smith Jr., 36, of South Charleston, two counts domestic violence, two counts assault, innocent, continued.

Johnathan Wiliam Smith, 28, address unknown, theft, innocent, continued, public defender appointed, bond $10,000.

Anthony Steiger, 44, address unknown, two counts theft, no contest, guilty, 30 days jail each count; criminal trespass, guilty, 30 days jail.

Jonathan Lee Voorhees, 22, of 530 N. Shaffer St., theft, innocent, continued, public defender appointed, bond $2,000.

Leslie A. Will, 44, of 405 Highview, domestic violence, innocent, continued, public defender appointed, released on own recognizance bond; assault, innocent, continued.


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