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CASES CALLED MONDAY INCLUDED:

Brittany N. Gaines, 21, of 7101 Old Clifton Road, drug abuse marijuana, dismissed.

Stacey L. Hall, 50, of Fairborn, receiving stolen property, dismissed.

Jeffrey A. Hardin, 56, of 315 1/2 Stanton Ave., two counts of menacing, dismissed.

Donna Jo Ann Hawke, 40, of 3036 Colony Lane, OVI amended to physical control, guilty, fined $250; display of license plates, dismissed.

Vincent E. Henry, 36, of 1530 Linden Ave., burglary, dismissed, indicted by the grand jury.

William T. Koster, 62, of 4629 Willowbrook Dr., receiving stolen property, dismissed.

Keila J. Padilla, 37, of Medway, domestic violence and assault, dismissed.

Tesa B. Rice, 19, of 2659 Merritt St., assault, guilty, 180 days jail with 180 days suspended, 12 months probation.

Brandon Ray Wilson, 22, of 1951 Wilkes Drive, G., felonious assault, tampering with evidence and violation of temporary protection order, dismissed, indicted by the grand jury.

Aaron William Wood, 39, of Dayton, weapons under disability and illegal conveyance into a detention facility, both dismissed, indicted by the grand jury.

Lindsey R. Adams, 32, of Cedarville, falsification, guilty, credit for time served.

Derrick Lynn Brock, 29, of 1205 1/2 W. High St., two counts of burglary, dismissed, indicted by the grand jury.

Ashlyn N. Castle, 18, of 1712 Lagonda Ave., offenses/underage persons and open container in a motor vehicle, dismissed.

Amanda G. Hooten, 38, of Dayton, theft, guilty, 60 days jail, suspended, six months probation.

Jason T. Tucker, 38, of 241 S. Yellow Springs St., domestic violence, dismissed - indicted by the grand jury.

CASES CALLED TUESDAY INCLUDED:

Felicia F. Barletto, 35, of 2541 Sunset Ave., theft, innocent.

Staci E. Burns, 40, address at large, theft, innocent.

Kathryn A. Chambers, 40, of 1403 Garfield Ave., OVI, driving under suspension, failure to control, innocent.

Kristina M. Cruea, 33, of Medway, OVI, OVI/refusal, two counts of driving under suspension and failure to control, innocent.

Michael L. Edwards, 34, of South Vienna, criminal trespass, innocent, bond $500.

Angela E. Fairchild, 52, of New Carlisle, two counts of OVI, failure to control and no seat belt, innocent.

Ana M. Feagans, 59, of 31 N. Race St., theft, innocent.

Natasha D. Johnson, 36,undetermined address, use and possession of drug paraphernalia driver’s license required and expired tag or sticker, innocent.

Brianna L. Jones, 24, of 833 S. Limestone St., child endangering, innocent.

Lisa Ann Lannom, 51, of 2007 Larch St., assault, innocent.

Maleah Jahesha Mcclain, 25, of 753 Drexel Ave., theft, possession of criminal tools and possession of drugs, innocent.

Shadon M. Mccoy, 43, of 1437 1/2 Woodward St., criminal damaging, innocent.

Marchand A. Rolan, 32, of 315 S. Burnett Road, Apt. 318, theft, innocent.

Dustyn A. Sharp, 32, of 4141 St Paris Pike, receiving stolen property, innocent, bond $1,000.

Stormi K Sheets, 25, undetermined address, OVI, assured clear distance, two counts of theft and child endangering, innocent, bond $17,500.

Patricia E. Szutienko, 31, of Lewis Center, two counts of telecommunications harassment and three counts of telephone harassment, innocent.

Erica L Thomas, 37, of 2004 Erie Ave., endangering children, innocent.

Albert J. Torsell, 51, of New Carlisle, domestic violence and assault, innocent, bond $1,000.



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