Clark County Municipal Court cases


CASES CALLED MONDAY INCLUDED:

Phillip Cordell, 58, of Piqua, driving under suspension, speed, dismissed; open container, dismissed - prosecutor request.

Mark Cox, 38, of 418 W. Johnny Lytle, drug abuse marijuana, dismissed - prosecutor request; OVI, speed, dismissed.

Heather L. Evans, 40, of 630 Donnelly Ave., OVI, failure to drive on right, dismissed.

Aaron Keith Hammond, 43, address unknown, assault, resisting arrest, criminal damaging, dismissed - prosecutor request.

Christopher R. T. Neal, 36, of 1201 W. High St., illegal conveyance into a detention facility, domestic violence, dismissed.

James C. Sheets II, 22, of 215 Bellevue Ave., weapons under disability, dismissed.

Jennifer A. Tate, 29, of Kettering, escape, dismissed - indicted by the grand jury.

Stephen Wildman, 33, of South Charleston, criminal damaging amended to criminal mischief, guilty, fined $350; domestic violence, assault, dismissed.

Trulee S. Wood, 41, of 638 Cedar St., domestic violence, assault, dismissed - prosecutor request.

Donnie Lee Cole, 41, of Dayton, theft, possession of criminal tools, dismissed - indicted by the grand jury.

Charles G. Fox II, 30, of 2016 Lincoln Ave., domestic violence, dismissed - prosecutor request.

Joe K. F. Gohl, 23, of 1720 Rutland Ave., weapons under disability, tamper with evidence, carry concealed weapon, dismissed - indicted by the grand jury.

Maurice Levar Hurdle, 39, of 1122 N. Limestone St., operating without valid operator’s license, parking, dismissed.

Rick J. Jenkins, 27, of 1014 Linden Ave., driving under suspension, driving without valid license, expired tag or sticker, dismissed.

CASES CALLED TUESDAY INCLUDED:

Mandale Bates, 41, of Toledo, OVI, failure to control, innocent, continued.

Steven A. Cantrell, 45, of Reynoldsburg, drug abuse marijuana, OVI, speed, no seat belt, innocent, continued.

Haley Michelle Chaney, 28, of 2108 Kenton St., theft, innocent, continued.

Brandon M. Clay, 25, of 2227 Rutland Ave., two counts aggravated menacing, innocent, continued.

Chelsea A. Dean, 24, of 1913 Old Coach Road, OVI, driving without valid license, slow speed, innocent, continued.

Kara Dixon, 50, of 909 S. Limestone St., theft, criminal trespass, innocent, continued.

Demetrius R. Lenton, 35, of Piketon, OVI, tinted glass, innocent, continued.

Shannon S. Maloon, 40, of Medway, domestic violence, innocent, continued, public defender appointed, bond $1,000; assault, innocent, continued.

Austin Michael McKellop, 22, of 1907 Lexington Ave., Apt. ½, aggravated menacing, innocent, continued.

Jimmy L. Robinson, 52, of Columbus, theft, innocent, continued.

Daniel C. Romine, 67, of 1210 Beacon St., felonious assault/weapon, innocent, continued, public defender appointed, bond $15,000; assault, innocent, continued, public defender appointed, bond $1,000; illegal possession of firearm in liquor permit premises, innocent, continued.

Heavanly L. Tarrent, 20, of 2144 Maiden Lane, criminal damaging, innocent, continued.

Christopher A. Tossey, 56, of 2508 Mayfair Dr., use and possession of drug paraphernalia, disorderly conduct, innocent, continued.

Renee Whip, 42, of 2860 Ebersole Road, theft, innocent, continued.

Michael P. Williams, 40, of 1705 Magnolia Blvd., theft, innocent, continued, public defender appointed, bond $1,000.

Jerome L. Wood Jr., 28, of 54 Lincoln Ave., breaking and entering, innocent, continued, bond $2,500; two counts assault, innocent, continued, bond $2,000.



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