Clark County Municipal Court cases


CASES CALLED TUESDAY INCLUDED:

Tatyana Nicole Alexander, 25, of 1541 Narra St., theft amended to disorderly conduct, guilty, 30 days jail with 30 days suspended.

Daniel Conway, 57, of New Carlisle, OVI, dismissed.

Dandrea Cordell, 42, of 150 S. Light St., OVI, guilty, 13 days jail, three days credit for time served for driver’s intervention program, balance suspended, 12 months driver’s license suspension, 80 hours community service in lieu of fine and costs, fined $375.

John R. Haddix, 31, of 99 Adlyn, assault, dismissed.

Jason Ray Harrah, 42, of 2816 Corwin Cir., domestic violence, dismissed - prosecutor request.

Karman L. Ogden, 42, of South Charleston, domestic violence, assault, dismissed - prosecutor request.

Kayla A. Parker, 21, of 352 N. Isabella St., theft, guilty, 40 hours community service and costs or five days jail beginning Dec. 11.

Christopher D. Sizemore, 29, of New Carlisle, possession of drugs, obstructing official business, dismissed - prosecutor request; failure to control, dismissed.

Tierney Stinson, 39, of Medway, possession of drug abuse instrument, dismissed - prosecutor request.

Terri L. Gross, 54, of New Carlisle, OVI amended to physical control, guilty, 12 months driver’s license suspension, 30 days jail with 30 days suspended, 12 months probation, fined $500.

Joseph Jackson III, 37, of 113 Wilson, OVI, guilty, 12 months driver’s license suspension, 30 days jail with 27 days suspended, fined $375.

Stephen R. Myers, 27, of 104 E. Ward, obstructing official business, guilty, 10 days jail with 10 days suspended, cost due Feb. 4, 2019; resisting arrest, dismissed.

Kimberly K. Wade, 48, of 3415 Heide Road, OVI, guilty, 12 months driver’s license suspension, three days jail, three days credit for time served, fined $375.

Tyson M. Dearmond, 25, address unknown, resisting arrest, driving under suspension OVI suspension, driving under suspension, traffic signal, no seat belt driver, dismissed - prosecutor request.

Steven E. Everhart, 69, of 514 N. Race St., OVI amended to physical control, guilty, three days jail, three days credit for time served, administrative license suspension remain in effect, fined $350.

Anthony T. Fenwick, 47, of 1037 Middle St., criminal trespass, guilty, six days jail, consecutive.

Arrasheed S. Hardy, 23, of 1238 Cobb Ave., 12 point suspension, turn and stop signal, dismissed - prosecutor request.

Robert Anthony Preston, 27, of 735 Linden Ave., disorderly conduct, guilty, fined $25.

Paul J. Waginger, 31, of Columbus, two counts drug abuse marijuana, driving under suspension OVI suspension, OVI, assured clear distance, dismissed.

CASES CALLED WEDNESDAY INCLUDED:

James L. Allen, 47, of 1617 N. Belmont Ave., two counts OVI, driving under suspension, failure to control, innocent, continued.

Amy Burkhead, 34, of Fairborn, domestic violence, innocent, continued, public defender appointed, bond $500; menacing, innocent, continued.

Ethan C. Cochran, 27, of 418 N. Western Ave., criminal damaging, two counts OVI, innocent, continued, public defender appointed; 12 point suspension, failure to drive on right, no seat belt, innocent, continued.

Anthony D. Jordan, 45, of 362 Lincoln Park Cir., two counts OVI, marked lanes, innocent, continued.

Maurice Lamont Lester, 34, of 809 S. Center St., domestic violence, innocent, continued, bond $2,500; assault, innocent, continued.

David A. Linkenhoker, 46, of 2111 Elmwood Ave., domestic violence, obstructing official business, innocent, dismissed.

Robert L. Sierecki, 43, of New Carlisle, assault, unlawful restraint, innocent, continued.



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