Clark County Municipal Court cases


CASES CALLED THURSDAY INCLUDED:

Kaitlyn Johnson, 21, of South Charleston, OVI, guilty, 13 days jail with 10 days suspended, three days credit for time served for driver’s intervention program, 12 months driver’s license suspension, six months probation, fined $375.

Shawn Pelfrey, 30, of Dayton, OVI, dismissed.

Troy A. Titus, 54, of 1013 E. Home Road, OVI amended to physical control, guilty, three days jail with three days suspended, six months driver’s license suspension, terminate administrative license suspension without reinstatement fee, fined $375.

Trisha Marie Holland, 21, of 34 Lagonda Ave., theft, guilty, 10 days jail with 10 days suspended, cost due April 13, 2017, 40 hours community service.

Marlo A. Kenerly, 48, of 315 S. Burnett Road, Apt. 213, falsification, guilty, 30 days jail with 30 days suspended.

John C. McCoy, 35, of 1842 Woodward Ave., criminal trespass, guilty, 30 days jail, consecutive.

Jose Miguel, 43, of 342 W. Johnny Lytle, aggravated menacing amended to disorderly, guilty, 10 days jail with 10 days suspended, forfeit machete.

Christopher Culbertson, 29, of Fairborn, OVI, guilty, six months driver’s license suspension, three days jail, three days credit for time served, administrative license suspension terminated without reinstatement fee, fined $375.

CASES CALLED FRIDAY INCLUDED:

Woodrow Wilson Akers, 44, of 4191 Martin Dr., theft, innocent, continued, public defender appointed, bond $2,500.

Phillip Carl Ball Jr., 41, of New Carlisle, domestic violence, assault, innocent, continued.

Kelvin R. Battle, 41, of 427 W. Southern Ave., two counts OVI, driving under suspension, failure to drive on right, innocent, continued.

Jade R. Q. Cochran, 22, of 336 W. Southern Ave., theft, innocent, continued.

Anna J. Ervin, 52, of 1418 Lagonda Ave., use and possession of drug paraphernalia, OVI, driving under suspension, innocent, continued.

William J. Freeman, 33, address unknown, criminal damaging, criminal trespass, innocent, continued.

Michael K. Harrington, 46, of West Liberty, obstructing official business, prohibition/use freeway, innocent, continued.

Carlos Holwell, 69, of Tremont City, two counts OVI, innocent, continued, bond $500; marked lanes, innocent, continued.

Jennifer Lee Iams, 28, of London, theft, innocent, continued.

Charles Eugene Jacobs Jr., 33, of 721 S. Wittenberg Ave., assault, innocent, continued.

Brian Jones, 43, of New Carlisle, OVI, driving under suspension OVI suspension, driving under suspension, lanes of travel, innocent, continued.

Damien C. Marlowe, 32, of 117 N. Western Ave., theft, guilty, continued.

Benjamin L. Trotter, 21, of Troy, possession of controlled substance, drug paraphernalia-marijuana, drug abuse marijuana, speed, open container, tinted glass, innocent, continued.

Cori Jo Whipp, 27, of South Charleston, child endangering, innocent, continued.

Lesley Morgan Wood, 32, of 316 ½ Selma Road, Apt. Half, falsification, innocent, continued.

Jared M. Frey, 32, of 1222 N. Lowry Ave., OVI amended to physical control, guilty, three days jail with three days suspended, administrative license suspension remains in effect, fined $375.

Jacob Scott Haun, 22, of 1509 ½ W. Main St., attempted theft, guilty, 10 days jail with 10 days suspended, fine and cost due March 2, 2017, fined $100.

Virgil T. Rife, 25, of 2326 Irwin Ave., driving under suspension, guilty, five days jail stayed until Nov. 1.

Rick Newport, 46, of New Carlisle, driving under suspension - operator’s license forfeiture, guilty, fined $150.

Max Daniel White, 40, of New Carlisle, domestic violence amended to disorderly, guilty, 30 days jail with 30 days suspended, six months probation, fine and cost due April 14, 2017, fined $100; assault, dismissed.


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