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Urbana hotel project receives zoning approval

Clark County Municipal Court cases


CASES CALLED MONDAY INCLUDED:

Amanda J. Adkins, 36, of 2820 Oletha, driving without a valid license, bond $100.

Rodolfo Alavarado, 40, of New Carlisle, aggravated menacing and domestic violence, bond $1,000.

Heather M. Bayless, 43, of 1501 S. Burnett Road, possession of drug abuse instrument and use and possession of drug paraphernalia, innocent.

Parneel P. Chandra, 41, of 1712 Northgate Road, two counts of OVI and failure to drive on right side of roadway, innocent.

Juan Rico Hendricks, 37, of 1933 Fred Jordan E., aggravated menacing, innocent.

Herbert K. Ingram, 55, of 427 Vine St., domestic violence, innocent, bond $1,000.

Katayvon Jaemont Lane, 19, of 510 W. Harding Road, Apt. B, theft, innocent.

Michael A. Logan, 39, undetermined address, theft, possession of drugs, illegal use /possession of drug paraphernalia, drug abuse marijuana, possession of marijuana/hashish, assault, criminal damaging, driving under suspension, driving under suspension-operator’s license forfeiture, unauthorized plates, display of tags and no seat belt, innocent, bond $2,250.

Linda K. Lonsway, 57, of 1219 Albermarle Road, falsification and abandoning animals, innocent.

Jason R. McCaine, 26, of 353 S. Yellow Springs St., assault, innocent, bond $1,000.

Latisha Marie E. McCormick, 29, of 427 Indiana Ave., theft, guilty; criminal trespassing, theft and possession of criminal tools, innocent, bond $3,000.

Ashley Nichole Meeks, 32, of Urbana, domestic violence, innocent, bond $250.

Amanda J. Nall, 36, undetermined address, violation of temporary protection order, aggravated menacing and domestic violence, innocent, bond bond $5,000.

Michael W. Pash, 49, of Medway, fugitive and two counts of theft, innocent, bond $5,000.

Gary L. Rice, 61, of 1815 Lagonda Ave., receiving stolen property, innocent, bond $5,000.

Dale D. Springer, 34, of 844 Park Ave., violation of temporary protection order,no operator’s license, no driving, driving under suspension-operator’s license forfeiture, bond $2,000.

Sharrice L. Thompson, 41, of 1350 Bellefaire Ave., theft, obstructing official business, innocent, bond $4,000.

Alicia M. Viney, 55, of 126 E. Cassilly St., Apt. 1, domestic violence, innocent, bond $5,000.



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