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Clark County Municipal Court cases


CASES CALLED MONDAY INCLUDED:

Timothy J. Banks, 48, of 702 ½ Sherman Ave., theft, innocent, continued.

Donald E. Boldman, 61, of 1531 Broadway Ave., aggravated menacing, assault, innocent, continued.

Abbey R. Brock, 24, of 2650 E. High St., Apt. 52, obstructing justice, innocent, continued.

Jeramy Lee Brock, 26, of 2650 E. High St., Apt. 52, receiving stolen property, innocent, continued.

Chaston T. Carter, 28, of 3753 W. National Road, domestic violence, innocent, continued, public defender appointed, released on own recognizance bond.

Greenie A. Combs, 50, of 702 ½ Sherman Ave., theft, innocent, continued.

Jerry R. Fyffe, 69, of Fairborn, OVI, failure to drive on right, innocent, continued.

Frederick L. Hale, 48, of New Carlisle, assault, innocent, continued, bond $500; domestic violence, innocent, continued, released on own recognizance bond; disrupting public service, innocent, continued.

Bryan Hallam, 51, of 3883 Lawrenceville, no operator’s license, two counts driving under suspension, failure to comply, obstructing justice, obstructing official business, resisting arrest, innocent, continued.

Matthew S. Johnson, 29, of 1425 Lamar Dr., three counts criminal trespass, innocent, continued, public defender appointed, bond $2,000; disorderly conduct, innocent, continued, bond $1,500.

Joshua M. Ketelsen, 22, of 4100 Troy Road, Lot 76, OVI, operating without reasonable control, innocent, continued.

Kimberly K. Martin, 36, of 521 E. Rose St., vandalism, innocent, continued, public defender appointed, bond $5,000; robbery, innocent, continued, public defender appointed, bond $5,000; theft, innocent, continued, public defender appointed, bond $500; two counts possession of criminal tools, innocent, continued, public defender appointed, bond $500.

Calvin W. Matthews, 38, of 827 S. Lowry Ave., possession of drugs, OVI, expired registration, innocent, continued.

Matthew A. McGraw, 25, of 2573 Lagonda Ave., assault, innocent, continued, public defender appointed, bond $500; two counts resisting arrest, innocent, continued, public defender appointed, bond $1,000; obstructing official business, innocent, continued, public defender appointed, bond $2,500.

David Michael Miller, 48, of 241 S. Yellow Springs St., Apt. 28, theft, innocent, continued, public defender appointed, bond $1,000; obstructing official business, innocent, continued.

Steve P. Nutini, 45, of Hilliard, forgery, innocent, continued, public defender appointed, bond $250.

Jeffrey Michael Palmer, 32, of 2918 Tarryton Lane, identity fraud, innocent, continued, public defender appointed, bond $1,000; receiving stolen property, innocent, continued, public defender appointed, bond $500.

Vicki M. Pendleton, 25, of 35 ½ E. Cassilly, two counts assault, domestic violence, innocent, continued, released on own recognizance bond.

Kim Sizemore, 58, of Dayton, theft, innocent, continued, public defender appointed, released on own recognizance bond.

Timothy E. Smith, 33, of Bradford, open container/vehicle, drug paraphernalia-marijuana, OVI, driving under suspension OVI suspension, innocent, continued.

Joshua A. Sparkman, 27, of 153 W. College Ave., felonious assault/weapon, innocent, continued, bond $2,500; three counts domestic violence, innocent, continued, bond $1,500; felonious assault, innocent, continued, bond $2,500; aggravated menacing, innocent, continued.

William C. Truss Jr., 50, of 214 W. Johnny Lytle Ave., two counts OVI, tail lights, innocent, continued.

Jerry G. White, 29, of Medway, possession of drugs, innocent, continued, public defender appointed, bond $2,500; possession of drugs, innocent, continued, released on own recognizance bond; drug paraphernalia-marijuana, innocent, continued.

Justin Tyler Wright, 24, of 35 ½ E. Casilly Ave., cruelty to animal, innocent, continued.


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