Clark County Municipal Court cases


CASES CALLED MONDAY INCLUDED:

Che Coleman, 22, of 304 W. Liberty St., four counts distribution/drugs, three counts possession of drugs, tamper with evidence, dismissed.

Roxann Sue Heeter, 43, of 833 Oak St., obstructing justice, guilty, fined $100.

Michael A. Hill, 32, of 290 Johnson Ave., five counts distribution/drugs, five counts possession of drugs, dismissed.

Maliak Johnson, 20, of Dayton, flee/elude police officer, obstructing official business, dismissed - indicted by the grand jury; driving without valid license, disregard of safety, no seat belt, dismissed - prosecutor request.

Jasmine S. Rice, 21, of 1521 N. Lowry Ave., OVI, guilty, 30 days jail with 27 days suspended, three days credit for time served for driver’s intervention program, six months probation, 12 months driver’s license suspension, terminate administrative license suspension without reinstatement fee, fined $375.

Steven L. Stewart, 31, of Urbana, operate without valid operator’s license, guilty, fined $50.

Kristina T. Wilson, 46, of 2812 Dale Ave., distribution/drugs, tamper with evidence, possession of drugs, dismissed.

Edwin C. Allen, 61, of 404 E. McCreight, Apt. 120, felonious assault, dismissed.

Adam K. Anuszewski, 33, of 1612 Westmont Dr., possession of drugs, dismissed.

Ryan C. Deards, 32, of 230 N. Race St., domestic violence, dismissed.

Brian L. Dearmond, 51, of 314 E. Rose St., assault, dismissed - prosecutor request.

Jessica R. Federle, 31, address unknown, theft, guilty, 30 days jail, credit for time served; possession of criminal tools, dismissed; two counts receiving stolen property, dismissed - indicted by the grand jury.

Sean M. Fisher, 28, of 115 N. Western Ave., possession of drugs, possession of drug abuse instrument, dismissed.

Charles G. Fox II, 29, of 318 Lincoln Park Cir., domestic violence, dismissed.

Brandon L. Jones, 18, of 1016 Park Ave., failure to disclose own personal information, guilty; resisting arrest, operating without valid operator’s license, fail to signal left turn, dismissed.

Devon L. Jones, 35, of Gahanna, 12 point suspension, speed, dismissed.

Blair M. Liming, 48, of 955 Avondale Ave., theft, guilty, 30 days jail with 30 days suspended, fined $100; theft, dismissed.

Zachary T. Sowers, 20, of 1234 W. Pleasant St., assault, offenses involving underage persons, dismissed.

Zachary P. Straight, 25, of Enon, assault amended to menacing, guilty, 30 days jail with 30 days suspended, fined $100; domestic violence, dismissed.

Tyren A. Thompson, 24, of 2109 Superior Ave., weapons while intoxicated, dismissed.

Jason Travis Tucker, 38, of 241 S. Yellow Springs, Apt. 1, driving under suspension OVI suspension, driving under suspension, follow too close, display of license plates, no seat belt, dismissed.

Jeremy Runyan, 27, of 827 Olive, distribution/drugs, three counts possession of drugs, dismissed.

CASES CALLED TUESDAY INCLUDED:

Ashlee Rennay Diffendal, 25, of 1326 Sunset Ave., OVI, innocent, continued, public defender appointed; driving under suspension, failure to control, innocent, continued.

Mark A. Edwards, 49, of 509 Prairie Dr., carry concealed weapon, innocent, continued, public defender appointed; possession of drugs, innocent, continued.

Amanda G. Hooten, 38, of 1216 Garfield Dr., Apt. 3, theft, innocent, continued.

Kristina Marie Mehring, 50, of Fairborn, theft, innocent, continued, public defender appointed.

Zachary M. Melton, 28, address unknown, theft, innocent, continued, bond $1,000.

Paul G. Rainer, 40, of New Carlisle, use and possession of drug paraphernalia, innocent, continued, public defender appointed.

Brian K. Sears Jr., 28, of 4975 Selma Rd., two counts OVI, driving under suspension OVI suspension, speed, no seat belt, innocent, continued.



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