Clark County Municipal Court cases


CASES CALLED TUESDAY INCLUDED:

Brittany Graham, 22, of New Carlisle, domestic violence, assault, dismissed - prosecutor request.

Randall Curtis Lynch, 50, of 814 E. Cecil St., weapons while intoxicated amended to disorderly, guilty, forfeit weapon, fine and costs by Feb. 17, 2017, fined $150.

Jeffery D. Stover, 58, of South Solon, OVI, guilty, 33 days jail with 30 days suspended, three days credit for time served for driver’s intervention program, 12 months probation, six months driver’s license suspension, fined $375.

Brandon M. Wellman, 21, of Troy, OVI amended to physical control, guilty, 33 days jail with 30 days suspended, three days credit for time served for driver’s intervention program, six months driver’s license suspension, fined $375; expired operator’s license, display of license plates, guilty.

Cody Scott Cavinee, 24, of Centerville, OVI, guilty, 12 months driver’s license suspension, three days jail, three days credit for time served, fine and cost due Dec. 29, fined $375.

Julio C. Lespier, 19, of Youngstown, assault, guilty, 90 days jail with 90 days suspended, six months probation, fined $100.

Matthew Lookabaugh, 37, of 729 Jefferson St., OVI, guilty, six months driver’s license suspension, 30 days jail with 27 days suspended, credit three days for program, six months probation, fined $375.

Ronald E. Wilcoxon Jr., 36, of 4845 Ridgewood Road, E., assault, guilty, 30 days jail with 30 days suspended, six months probation, fined $100.

Jennifer S. Baccus, 47, of Columbus, OVI, guilty, six months driver’s license suspension, 30 days jail with 30 days suspended, no administrative license suspension, fined $375.

Levi Lee W. Logan, 18, of Urbana, theft, dismissed - pretrial probation.

Cody Mitchel McDowell, 28, of Marysville, OVI, guilty, 12 months driver’s license suspension, 30 days jail with 30 days suspended, administrative license suspension terminated without reinstatement fee, fined $375.

Timothy W. Sinkhorn, 50, of New Carlisle, receiving stolen property, guilty, 90 days jail with 90 days suspended, pay restitution and fine and costs by Dec. 8, fined $100.

CASES CALLED WEDNESDAY INCLUDED:

Abbey R. Brock, 24, of 2650 E. High St., Apt. 52, obstructing justice, innocent, continued, public defender appointed.

Stacy Ann Draper, 44, of 1942 Primm Dr., Apt. D, theft, innocent, continued.

Wesley H. Fyffe, 52, of South Charleston, drug abuse marijuana, two counts OVI, fail to register, innocent, continued.

Kalin Ashley Gilbert, 25, of 735 Grandview Dr., two counts child endangering, innocent, continued, public defender appointed, released on own recognizance bond.

Anna Marie Litteral, 26, of New Carlisle, theft, innocent, continued, public defender appointed, bond $7,500.

Danny G. Miracle, 53, of Fairborn, OVI, use and possession of drug paraphernalia, innocent, continued, public defender appointed; open container/vehicle, innocent, continued.

Gail Mitchell, 54, of 1000 S. Burnett Road, OVI, innocent, continued, public defender appointed; failure to stop at the scene of an accident, failure to control, innocent, continued.

Christopher M. Money, 24, of 911 Park Ave., obstructing official business, disorderly conduct, menacing, innocent, continued.

Lori R. Prater, 52, of 524 W. Liberty St., assault, innocent, continued, public defender appointed.

Danny R. Quesinberry Jr., 27, of 340 E. Rosewood Blvd., domestic violence, innocent, continued, bond $1,000.

Roger A. See, 73, of 120 ½ E. Cassilly St., OVI, speed, no seat belt, innocent, continued.


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