Cases called Wednesday included:
Clifford Cowan Jr., 38, of 1884 Clay St., violation of temporary protection order amended to attempted temporary protection order violation, guilty, 60 days jail, 35 days credited for time served, 12 months probation.
John K. Farris Jr., 62, of 5230 Troy Road, OVI/breath amended to OVI, guilty, 13 days jail, 10 days suspended, three days credited, one year operator’s license suspension, fined $400.
Heather N. Holmes, 31, of 821 E. Pleasant St., assault, dismissed, prosecutor’s request.
William J. Leonard, 38, of 2249 1/2 Erie Ave., criminal damaging, guilty, 60 days jail, suspended.
Trent L. Phifer, 39, of 1785 S. Center St., passing bad checks, guilty, 30 days jail, suspended.
Keith R. Thomas, 45, address at large, domestic violence amended to disorderly conduct, guilty, 28 days jail, credit for time served.
Laura D. West, 48, of 2001 Harshman Blvd., assault, dismissed, prosecutor’s request.
Molly M. Knisley, 19, of 1107 Selma Road, assault, dismissed, prosecutor’s request.
Darrell Hugh, 52, of 368 Raffensperger Ave., resisting arrest amended to disorderly conduct, guilty, two days jail, two days credit for time served; obstructing official business, dismissed.
Cases called Thursday included:
Racheal L. Adams, 27, of 723 East St., three counts of aggravated menacing, innocent.
Mandy Andrews, 27, of Medway, unauthorized use of a motor vehicle, innocent, bond $1,000.
Timothy P. Brewer, 53, of Fairborn, two counts of OVI and turn and stop signal, innocent.
James A. Ervin Jr., 29, of 6541 Garlough Road, theft and receiving stolen property, innocent.
Timothy M. Leach, 31, of New Carlisle, domestic violence and disorderly conduct, innocent, bond $1,000.
Jacob A. Nichols, 22, of Perry, criminal trespassing, guilty.
Jessica M.F. Rhoads, 29, of 801 Elder St., receiving stolen property, guilty, 120 days jail, credit for time served.
Justin T. Shirey, 26, of 1615 Parkridge Drive, drug abuse/felony, OVI, OVI/breath and marked lanes, innocent.
Wilber V. Zabaleta, 31, of 330 Bellevue Ave., littering and fishing without a license, guilty.
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