Clark County Municipal Court cases


CASES CALLED MONDAY INCLUDED:

Christopher L. Beaty, 22, of 1314 Delta Road, theft, innocent, continued.

Teddy J. Bowshier, 65, of 128 E. Cecil St., domestic violence, innocent, continued, public defender appointed, bond $2,500.

Joshua L. Brown, 30, of 2423 Leland Dr., two counts violation of temporary protection order, innocent, continued, public defender appointed, bond $1,000.

Brendon R. Freeman, 20, of 122 E. Harding Road, domestic violence, innocent, continued, public defender appointed, bond $1,000; assault, innocent, continued, public defender appointed, bond $1,000.

Matthew D. Goodridge, 30, of North Hampton, two counts theft, innocent, continued, public defender appointed, bond $2,000; use and possession of drug paraphernalia, criminal trespass, innocent, continued.

Charles E. Grooms, 18, of South Charleston, use and possession of drug paraphernalia, possession of drugs, driving under suspension, expired registration, innocent, continued.

Ivam H. Monteiro, 23, of 7 W. Mulberry St., falsification, innocent, continued, public defender appointed, bond $1,000.

Darryus S. Myers, 25, of 337 E. John St., Apt. D, domestic violence, innocent, continued, public defender appointed, bond $5,000.

Neil E. Segovia, 30, address unknown, criminal damaging, innocent, continued, public defender appointed, bond $1,000; criminal trespass, innocent, continued.

Nichole L. Sexton, 33, of New Carlisle, escape, innocent, continued, public defender appointed, bond $5,000.



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