Clark County Municipal Court cases


CASES CALLED TUESDAY INCLUDED:

Jason Andrew Hileman, 33, of 24 N. Light St., two counts theft, guilty, 180 days jail, each count.

Joshua Michael Mowen, 18, of Fairborn, domestic violence amended to disorderly, guilty, apply bond to fine and costs, balance by March 6, fined $100; assault, dismissed.

Edward L. Patch, 64, of 415 Robinhood Crt., OVI, driving without valid license, failure to control, no seat belt, dismissed.

Robert A. Preston, 27, of 836 W. Pleasant St., domestic violence, dismissed - prosecutor request.

William D. Sowers, 48, of 1137 Skinner Lane, felonious assault, domestic violence, dismissed - indicted by the grand jury.

Alexa Collins, 21, of 474 ½ N. Wittenberg, OVI, guilty, 12 months driver’s license suspension with modification, three days jail, three days credit for time served, fined $525.

Lucas A. Hartsock, 27, of Huber Heights, OVI, guilty, 12 months driver’s license suspension, 14 days jail with 14 days suspended, fined $525.

Nicholas S. Lakes, 31, of Farmersville, aggravated burglary, dismissed - indicted by the grand jury.

Travis S. Milton, 27, of 1434 Delta Road, Apt. A, criminal damaging, guilty, 30 days jail, credit for time served.

Faheem R. Muwwakkil, 28, of 244 Sunset Ave., Apt. D, OVI, guilty, 12 months driver’s license suspension, 10 days jail, credit for time served, fined $525; OVI, operating without valid operator’s license, speed, dismissed.

Michael A. Robinson, 36, of 2425 Columbus Ave., resisting arrest, guilty, 14 days jail, credit for time served; attempted theft, dismissed.

John R. Sisco, 48, of New Carlisle, OVI, guilty, 12 months driver’s license suspension, 17 days jail with 14 days suspended, three days credit for time served, fined $650.

Shaquele Monte Beard, 25, of Columbus, obstructing official business, guilty, 30 days jail, credit for time served.

Farren W. Graves, 42, of Huber Heights, OVI, guilty, 12 months driver’s license suspension, 30 days jail with 27 days suspended, three days credit for time served, six months probation, administrative license suspension terminated without reinstatement fee, fined $375.

Timothy R. Ogg, 56, of 3297 Maplewood Ave., domestic violence amended to unlawful restraint, guilty, 30 days jail with 30 days suspended, six months probation.

Crystal D. Shields, 32, of Bellefontaine, OVI, guilty, 12 months driver’s license suspension, three days jail, three days credit for time served, administrative license suspension terminated without reinstatement fee, fined $500.

CASES CALLED WEDNESDAY INCLUDED:

Jonathan O. Benear, 26, of South Vienna, domestic violence, innocent, continued, public defender appointed, bond $2,000; assault, innocent, continued.

Shanda D. Chambers, 27, of 105 Seever St., child endangering, innocent, continued, bond $750.

Sara M. Claar, 29, of 964 W. North St., two counts theft, guilty, 60 days jail, each count; resisting arrest, guilty, 30 days jail.

Christopher R. Estes, 35, of 1418 Selma Road, domestic violence, innocent, continued.

Dustin M. Hall, 32, of 509 E. McCreight Ave., criminal trespass, innocent, continued.

Anthony Hersman, 20, of New Carlisle, use and possession of drug paraphernalia, possession of drugs, operating without valid operator’s license, innocent, continued.

Tyler J. Hughes, 22, of New Carlisle, flee/elude police officer, innocent, continued, public defender appointed, bond $10,000; resisting arrest, innocent, continued, public defender appointed, bond $1,000.

Anthony Dwayne Marshall, 38, of 825 E. High St., aggravated robbery, innocent, continued, public defender appointed, bond $20,000.

Terry A. Rose, 38, of Columbus, theft, innocent, continued, public defender appointed, bond $5,000.

Nathaniel E. Smith, 41, address unknown, domestic violence, innocent, continued, bond $2,000; assault, innocent, continued.

Jonathan VanHoose, 32, of 5940 Morris Road, domestic violence, assault, innocent, continued.

Paula Williams, 35, of 1427 Northgate Road, flee/elude police officer, guilty, 60 days jail.

Kateisha M. Young, 25, of Enon, domestic violence, innocent, continued, public defender appointed, bond $2,000; assault, innocent, continued.

James M. Zahransky, 42, of S. Clairmont Ave., theft, guilty, seven days jail.



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