Municipal Court


CASES CALLED THURSDAY INCLUDED:

Randall Douglas Baker, 57, of 1345 Lagonda Ave., domestic violence, guilty, 90 days jail; two counts assault, dismissed.

Joel J. Lino, 26, of 723 Southfield Ave., domestic violence amended to menacing, guilty, 30 days jail with 30 days suspended, six months probation, fined $100.

Scott A. Middleton, 44, of 2007 Clifton Ave., OVI, guilty, three days jail with three days suspended, fine and cost due Dec. 21, fined $500.

Stephanie L. Richardson, 43, of 4428 Randall Dr., theft, guilty, 14 days jail with 14 days suspended, fined $50.

Kyle S. Travis, 25, of 1603 Kenton St., OVI amended to disregard of safety, guilty, three days jail with three days suspended, fine and cost due Dec. 21, fined $500.

Codi A. Bowshier, 27, of 228 E. Cecil St., possession of drug abuse instrument, dismissed.

CASES CALLED FRIDAY INCLUDED:

Patrick J. Brown, 24, of Canal Winchester, two counts OVI, speed, innocent, continued.

Michael S. Byrd, 44, of 1101 Fruitland Road, two counts OVI, innocent, continued.

Charles J. Calvert, 42, of Englewood, OVI, guilty, three days jail, 12 months driver’s license suspension, apply bond to fine and costs and balance by Jan. 27, 2014, assessed costs $375.

Ronald Edward Cantrell Sr., 51, address unknown, possession of drugs, innocent, continued, public defender appointed, bond $2,500.

Daniel B. Chapman, 30, of 526 N. Murray St., Apt. 103, improper use 911 system, innocent, continued, public defender appointed.

Brian Robert Dearmond, 29, of 509 E. Northern Ave., domestic violence, resisting arrest, innocent, continued.

Angel Lynn Deforrest, 39, of 1002 Tibetts Ave., three counts forgery, innocent, continued, public defender appointed, bond $5,000.

Kiersten Kay Hayes, 22, of 120 Rodgers Dr., theft, innocent, continued, public defender appointed, bond $1,500.

Taylor Karas, 22, of New Carlisle, drug abuse/motor vehicle, five counts allow consume by underage, innocent, continued.

James J. Kohn Jr., 35, of Pottsdam, OVI, parking on highway, innocent, continued.

Roger Scott Krohn, 60, of Pompano Beach, Florida, OVI, innocent, continued.

James Samuel Martin, 54, of 122 N. Greenmount Ave., violation of temporary protection order, innocent, continued, public defender appointed, bond $2,500.

Aaron Amir Minter, 35, of 644 Cedar St., assault, innocent, continued, public defender appointed, bond $1,000; domestic violence, innocent, continued.

Darryona S. Myers, 20, of 1012 Linden Ave., assault, innocent, continued, public defender appointed.

Rebecca L. Neher, 41, of 2505 Sunset Ave., OVI, failure to drive on right, innocent, continued.

Asia Renee Powell, 20, of 357 Lincoln Park Cir., four counts forgery, innocent, continued, bond $5,000.

Shalene Denise Radford, 35, of 531 York St., assault, innocent, continued, public defender appointed.

Kiersten Kay Ramey, 22, of 120 Rodgers Dr, theft, innocent, continued, public defender appointed, bond $1,000.

Allen Scot Sanders, 40, of 922 Oak St., possession/illegal conveyance, induce panic, innocent, continued.

Ronald Lynn Sexton, 53, of 401 E. Northern Ave., forgery, innocent, continued, public defender appointed; receiving stolen property, innocent, continued.

Spencer Wayne Sharp, 19, of 24 N. Florence St., theft, innocent, continued.

Rita Jeanette Sturgill, 53, of Fairborn, two counts theft, innocent, continued, public defender appointed, bond $6,000; possession of criminal tools, innocent, continued, public defender appointed, bond $1,000.

Jabarr L. Swift, 26, of 803 E. Cecil St., falsification, innocent, continued, public defender appointed, bond $1,000; burglary, innocent, continued, public defender appointed, bond $15,000; assault, innocent, continued, public defender appointed, bond $1,000; obstructing official business, innocent, continued.

Brandon Daniel Ward, 18, of 441 E. Liberty St., criminal damaging, innocent, continued, bond $1,000.

Robert T. Winget, 40, of 5148 Old Mechanicsburg Road, domestic violence, disrupting public service, innocent, continued, released on own recognizance bond; assault, innocent, continued.


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