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Municipal Court


Cases called Thursday included:

Anthony W. Williams, 34, of 1170 McCain Ave., domestic violence, guilty.

Dustan Dean Conley, 18, of 219 Birch Road, theft, guilty, 30 days jail term, suspended, five days community service, $50 fine.

Marcus A. Fisher , 33, of 208 W. Auburn Ave., OVI, continued; OVI, driving under OVI suspension and marked lanes, dismissed.

Christopher Allen Hopkins, 28, of 501 E. Rose St., criminal damaging, guilty, 30 days jail term, suspended, restitution, $50 fine.

Robert Ryan Miller, 45, of 900 N. Belmont Ave., induce panic, guilty, 14 days jail term, credit for time served; disorderly conduct, dismissed.

Terry Wallace Whitt, 48, of 526 S. Hubert Ave., disorderly conduct, guilty, 14 days jail term, suspended, $50 fine.

Anthony Alan Collins , 22, of 633 Miami St., theft, guilty, 30 days jail term, suspended, seven days community; possession of criminal tools, dismissed.

Jaqueline Kylene Reeves , 22, of 1729 Troy Road, possession of drug abuse instrument, guilty, 60 days jail term, suspended, six months probation.

Cases called Friday included:

Shawn Quincy Adams, 29, of 432 Lyle Ave., domestic violence and assault, innocent, continued, bond $6,000.

Arheaya T. Alexander , 25, of 120 N. Light St., headlights required and two counts of OVI, innocent, continued, public defender appointed.

David E. Barney, 51, address unknown, tampering with evidence and inducing panic, innocent, continued, public defender appointed, bond $11,000.

Bryan Jacob Bobbitt, 32, of New Carlisle, theft, innocent, continued, public defender appointed, bond $2,500.

John Ryan Camden, 36, of 1720 Kenwood Ave., receiving stolen property and theft, innocent, continued.

Duane Bomani Curry , 45, of 708 East St., theft, innocent, continued, bond $2,500.

Kara Ann Glunt, 31, of Barberton, tampering with evidence, possession of criminal tools and soliciting, innocent, continued, public defender appointed, bond $11,000.

Tylyn Alexander Johnson, 19, of 2148 East Mile Road, OVI, innocent, continued, public defender appointed, driving under suspension, innocent, continued, reckless operation, innocent, continued.

Casey A. Jones, 31, of 455 N. Race St., OVI and speed, innocent, continued.

Lonnie G. Layne, 24, of 1202 Ferndale Lane, unsafe vehicle and two counts of OVI, innocent, continued.

Michael Lee Maynard, 55, of 301 E. College Ave., Apt. A, possession of drugs and use and possession of drug paraphernalia, innocent, continued, released on own recognizance bond.

Tyon Ka’shief McGlothan, 24, undetermined address, five counts of driving under suspension, reckless operation, failure to control, ,two counts of failure to comply, two counts of distribution/drugs, two counts of possession of drugs, obstructing official business, reckless operation, stop sign, failure to control and aggravated robbery, innocent, continued, bond $42,500.

William H. Patterson, 55, of Loxahatchee, FL, OVI and failure to control, innocent, continued.

Max Patton, 35, of 1116 Blithe Road, disorderly conduct, innocent, bond $500.

Jamie L. Queen, 29, of 5333 Richmore, failure to control and two counts of OVI, innocent, continued.

Joseph Runyan, 32, of Urbana, turn and stop sign, endangering children and two counts of OVI, innocent, continued.

Joshua Scott Schofiled, 32, address unknown, domestic violence and assault, innocent, continued, public defender appointed, bond $6,000.

Alan G. Steele, 47, of 4100 Troy Road, Apt. 50, criminal trespassing and two counts of assault, innocent, continued.

Williams Robert Alex Williams, 43, of 4200 W. National Road, OVI and failure to control, innocent, continued.


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