Clark County Municipal Court cases


CASES CALLED MONDAY INCLUDED:

David Cooke, 73, of 2465 Thor Dr., OVI amended to disregard of safety, guilty, three days jail with three days suspended, fined $375.

Rodney L. Ferryman, 18, of 1806 S. Fountain Ave., theft, guilty, 30 days jail with 30 days suspended, restitution paid, payment of court cost.

James T. Lewis, 32, of Urbana, driving under suspension OVI suspension, guilty, three days jail, fine and cost due March 5, 2018, fined $250; failure to drive on right, guilty.

Jason Michael Louk, 43, address unknown, burglary, dismissed - indicted by the grand jury.

Dereck Lemont Lytle, 28, of 1615 S. Center Blvd., two counts possession of drugs, dismissed - prosecutor request.

Udora Felice Ragland, 51, of 120 W. Mulberry St., #102, receiving stolen property, dismissed.

Corey D. Smith, 22, of Florence, Ky., firearms in motor vehicle, possession of drugs, dismissed - prosecutor request; drug abuse paraphernalia, possession of drugs, dismissed.

Sonny L. Stewart, 45, of 2509 Tavenner, OVI, guilty, 93 days jail with 90 days suspended, three days credit for time served, six months probation, 12 months driver’s license suspension, fine and cost due March 5, 2018, fined $375.

Justin Roger Carver, 18, of 137 The Post Road, Apt. P, disorderly conduct, guilty, fine and cost due Feb. 2, 2018, fined $50.

Janner Chavez, 27, of 500 W. Harding Road, Apt. B, felonious assault/weapon, dismissed.

Christian O. Dearmond, 24, of 247 W. Johnny Lytle Ave., distribution/drugs, possession of drugs, tamper with evidence, illegal conveyance into a detention facility, dismissed - indicted by the grand jury.

Ernest D. Ewers, 33, of 1647 N. Belmont Ave., burglary, dismissed - indicted by the grand jury.

William M. Moore, 41, of 109 E. Cassilly St., criminal trespass, guilty, 14 days jail with 14 days suspended, cost due Feb. 2, 2018.

Justus A. Posey, 19, of Dayton, burglary, forgery, dismissed.

Kurtis D. Sadgebury, 40, of New Carlisle, unauthorized use vehicle, dismissed - prosecutor request.

Key’Audi Montece Wilcoxson, 27, of Dayton, aggravated burglary, dismissed.

Raymond T. Barney, 26, of New Carlisle, receiving stolen property, guilty, six months probation; receiving stolen property, dismissed.

Joseph E. Benson, 51, of 542 E. Rose St., unlawful restraint, domestic violence, dismissed - prosecutor request.

Madison Nicole Burkitt, 27, of 4460 Dayton Springfield Road, Apt. 18, theft, guilty, 180 days jail, credit for time served; receiving stolen property, dismissed.

Charles R. Clark Jr., 73, of 404 E. McCreight Ave., Apt. #128, gross sexual imposition, dismissed - indicted by the grand jury.

Melissa A. Conley, 43, of 2722 Lexington Ave., OVI, failure to control, dismissed.

Timothy L. Ferguson II, 31, of 927 Oak St., domestic violence, dismissed - prosecutor request.

Christopher Lamar Gilbreath, 18, of 1929 Hatcher Dr., Apt. G, flee/elude police officer, vandalism, obstructing official business, dismissed - indicted by the grand jury; resisting arrest, two counts driving under suspension, driver’s license required, dismissed - prosecutor request; four counts assault, dismissed.

Phillip Dawayne Higgins, 26, of 1085 Kenton St., assault, criminal damaging, dismissed - prosecutor request.

Victor L. Kinsler, 53, of 314 S. Selma Road, domestic violence, dismissed - prosecutor request.

Ronald E. Massie, 55, of 607 W. Grand Ave., theft, guilty, 180 days jail.

David Michael Miller, 49, of 241 S. Yellow Springs, Apt. 28, criminal trespass, guilty, 30 days jail, 30 days credit for time served.

Terrell E. Owens, 26, of 925 Innisfallen Ave., domestic violence amended to menacing, guilty, 10 days jail, four days credit for time served; telephone harassment, dismissed.

Kyle L. Pianowski, 20, of Riverside, burglary, dismissed; possession of drugs, dismissed - prosecutor request.

Robert Rouch, 34, of New Carlisle, receiving stolen property, guilty, 30 days jail, credit for time served.

Donald Raymond Silvers, 33, address unknown, assault, criminal damaging, dismissed - prosecutor request.

Jason D. Tackett, 44, of Dayton, theft, identity fraud, dismissed - indicted by the grand jury; defrauding creditors, two counts forgery, identity fraud, dismissed.

Kevin Michael Temple, 34, of 1654 Warder St., theft, criminal damaging, dismissed - prosecutor request.

Michelle Whitt, 46, of New Carlisle, driving under suspension, dismissed.

CASES CALLED TUESDAY INCLUDED:

Kelvin R. Battle, 42, of 1011 Wayne Ave., domestic violence, innocent, continued, electronic monitoring, bond $10,000; abduction, innocent, continued.

Kenneth D. Bonham, 51, of Dayton, weapons while intoxicated, guilty, forfeit weapons, assessed costs $250.

Ronnie Jay Cogley, 29, of Enon, domestic violence, assault, innocent, continued.

James L. Cunningham, 45, address unknown, domestic violence, innocent, continued, electronic monitoring, bond $10,000.

Zachary L. Hall, 18, of 1006 E. Southern Ave., assault, innocent, continued.

Ashley L. Harper, 33, of Vandalia, two counts violation of temporary protection order, innocent, continued, bond $17,500.

Douglas Harrison, 32, of 714 W. Pleasant St., drug abuse, OVI, traffic signal, innocent, continued.

Dustin R. Jenkins, 40, of 778 E. Southern Ave., domestic violence, innocent, continued, public defender appointed, bond $1,000.

Ashley M. Maloney, 29, of 937 Beal St., domestic violence, innocent, continued.

Sharif Hassan Muhammad, 23, of 1801 Clifton Ave., criminal damaging, guilty, continued.

Nathaniel S. Newman, 31, of 1201 W. High St., OVI, guilty, continued, public defender appointed, bond $1,000; driving under suspension, guilty, continued; physical control, guilty, continued, public defender appointed, bond $2,000.

Karen L. Saum, 54, of 890 Brendle Trace, disorderly conduct, innocent, continued.

Colt Scherer, 28, of Degraff, theft, innocent, continued, public defender appointed, bond $1,500; three counts receiving stolen property, innocent, continued, public defender appointed, bond $2,500; possession of controlled drug, innocent, continued, public defender appointed, bond $5,000; turn and stop signal, innocent, continued, public defender appointed, released on own recognizance bond.

Jeremy L. Weaver, 28, of Middletown, four counts OVI, driving under suspension, falsification, marked lanes, no seat belt, innocent, continued.



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