Drug/alcohol offenders get jail, fines


By John Hamilton - jhamilton@wnewsj.com



WILMINGTON — The following report is compiled using a disposition report provided by Clinton County Municipal Court. The information includes the defendant’s name, age, residence if listed, charge(s) disposed, fine, court costs assessed, jail sentence and any special conditions. Municipal Judge Mike Daugherty oversees the court, which administers the law in criminal misdemeanor cases.

The following continues the list of those who pled guilty or were found guilty between March 26 and March 30:

• Monte Colwell, 61, of Wilmington, two counts of drug instrument possession, attempted breaking and entering, obstructing official business, sentenced to 250 days in jail (150 days suspended), fined $250, assessed $500 court costs. The attempted breaking and entering charge was amended from a breaking and entering charge. Colwell must have any offenses for one year. An additional drug instrument possession charge was dismissed.

• Dustin Hively, 30, of Midland, O.V.I., sentenced to 180 days in jail (170 days suspended), operator’s license suspended from March 30, 2018 to March 29, 2019, fined $1,625, assessed $125 court costs. Hively must take part in supervised probation and must not consume alcohol or abusive drugs. ALS vacated, driving privileges granted effective May 14, 2018. Vehicle immobilized in Martinsville, the license plate was also impounded. An O.V.I.-suspension charge was dismissed.

• Jordon Parrish, 27, of Wilmington, O.V.I., sentenced to 180 days in jail (suspended), operator’s license suspended from March 29, 2018 to March 28, 2019, fined $1,075, assessed $125 court costs. Parrish must take part in supervised probation, get a professional assessment, and complete a three-day residential driver intervention program. If compliant, the court will suspend $375 of fine, vacate ALS, and grant driving privileges effective April 6, 2018. A no tail lights violation was dismissed.

• Bruce Rheinscheld, 36, of Wilmington, O.V.I., sentenced to 180 days in jail (suspended), operator’s license suspended from March 27, 2018 to March 26, 2019, fined $1,075, assessed $125 court costs. Rheinscheld must take part in supervised probation, get a professional assessment, and must not consume alcohol or abusive drugs while on probation. ALS vacated. Driving privileges granted effectively April 11, 2017. Operator’s license ordered destroyed forthwith.

• John Withrow Jr., 24, of Wilmington, O.V.I., sentenced to 180 days in jail (suspended), operator’s license suspended from March 28, 2018 to March 27, 2019, fined $1,075, assessed $125 court costs. Withrow must take part in supervised probation, get a professional assessment, complete a three-day residential driver intervention program, and must not consume alcohol or abusive drugs. Driving privileges granted April 12, 2018. ALS vacated. A tag/sticker violation was dismissed.

• Heather Trenary, 41, of Wilmington, credit card misuse, sentenced to 180 days in jail, assessed $125 court costs. The charge was amended from a receiving stolen property charge. Trenary must take part in supervised probation and pay $303 in restitution to the victim.

• Kimberly Applegate, 40, of Wilmington, drug instrument possession, sentenced to 90 days in jail (suspended), fined $150, assessed $125 court costs. Applegate must commit no further offenses for two years and must take part in non-reporting probation. A child endangerment charge was dismissed.

• Jeffrey Allen, 32, of Wilmington, drug instrument possession, two counts of driving under suspension-financial, sentenced to 90 days in jail (suspended), fined $450, assessed $375 court costs. Allen must commit no further offenses for two years and must take part in non-reporting probation. Additional charges of drug paraphernalia, marijuana possession, drug paraphernalia possession, driving under suspension-failing to reinstate, driving under suspension-financial, a turn signal violation, fictitious registration, and a seat belt violation were dismissed.

• Jason LeForge, 45, of Wilmington, domestic violence, sentenced to 180 days in jail (suspended), fined $1,000, assessed $125 court costs. LeForge must take part in supervised probation and have no contact with the victim.

• Crystal Coburn, 19, of Wilmington, drug instrument possession, sentenced to 90 days in jail (suspended), fined $150, assessed $125 court costs. Coburn must commit no offenses for two years and must take part in non-reporting probation.

• Kristin Houser, 32, of Blanchester, drug instrument possession, sentenced to 90 days in jail (suspended), fined $150, assessed $125 court costs. Houser must not consume alcohol or abusive drugs and complete two years of non-reporting probation. A drug paraphernalia charge was dismissed.

• Bruce Lee, 47, of Jamestown, theft, sentenced to 30 days in jail, fined $100, assessed $125 court costs. Lee must write a letter of apology to the victim and pay $56.20 in restitution.

• Joseph Trivett, 34, of Hillsboro, theft, sentenced to 180 days in jail (110 days suspended), fined $1,000, assessed $125 court costs. Trivett must write a letter of apology to the victim, have no contact with them, and must take part in two years of non-reporting probation.

• Jonathan Smith, 19, of Washington Court House, domestic violence, sentenced to 30 days in jail.

• Veronica Spurlock, 18, of Wilmington, theft, marijuana drug paraphernalia, sentenced to 30 days in jail, fined $250, assessed $250 court costs. Jail time stayed to allow Spurlock to write a letter of apology to the victim and pay $158.54 in restitution to them. A marijuana possession charge and an additional theft charge were dismissed.

• Thomas Ward, 29, of Sabina, trespassing, sentenced to 30 days in jail (14 days suspended), fined $150, assessed $125 court costs. Ward must have no contact with the victim.

• Kathleen Reusser, 57, of Wilmington, theft, sentenced to 30 days in jail (suspended), fined $150, assessed $125 court costs. Reusser must write a letter of apology to the victim and have no contact with them, have no offenses for two years, and shall not permit any person to reside in her residence during her term of unsupervised probation.

• Max Lyons Jr., 37, of Washington Court House, theft, sentenced to 30 days in jail (suspended), fined $250, assessed $125 court costs. Lyons must write a letter of apology to the victim and have no contact with them, and must complete two years of non-reporting probation.

• Phillip Floyd, 39, of Wilmington, obstructing official business, sentenced to 30 days in jail (suspended), fined $150, assessed $125 court costs. Floyd must write a letter of apology to the victim, must not consume alcohol of abusive drugs, and must take part in two years of non-reporting probation. A resisting arrest charge and two disorderly conduct charges were dismissed.

• Danny Fields, 48, of Wilmington, obstructing official business, trespassing, sentenced to 10 days in jail (suspended), fined $150, assessed $125 court costs. Fields must complete eight hours of community service and must write a letter of apology to the victim.

• Danielle Sirkin, 26, of Wilmington, obstructing official business, sentenced to ten days in jail (suspended), fined $250, assessed $125 court costs. Sirkin must complete eight hours of community service, write a letter of apology to the victim, have no contact with an additional victim, and must complete two years of non-reporting probation.

• Eldon Lamb, 30, of New Vienna, driving under suspension-financial, two counts of driving under suspension-failing to appear/pay fine, driving under suspension, sentenced to six days in jail, fined $600, assessed $500 court costs. Both ‘failing to appear/pay fine’ charges were amended from a driving under suspension charges. Two fictitious registration violations and a driving under suspension-financial were dismissed.

• Florence Miller, 62, of Blanchester, disorderly conduct, sentenced to one day in jail (suspended), assessed $125 court costs. Miller must not commit any additional offenses for the rest of the year.

• Pratik Goel, 31, of Louisville, going 97 in a 70 mph speed zone, fined $105, assessed $125 court costs. The case was waived by the defendant.

• Michael Kasper, 19, of Columbus, going 109 in a 70 mph speed zone, fined $105, assessed $125 court costs.

• Dwight Barnes, 54, of Wilmington, disorderly conduct, fined $50, assessed $125 court costs. The charge was amended from a domestic violence charge.

• Sara Kraemer, 19, of Wilmington, drug possession, fined $100, assessed $125 court costs.

• James Waters, 57, of Xenia, open container of alcohol in a prohibited area, fined $30. A driving under suspension-failing to reinstate charge was dismissed.

• Tyler Evans, 23, of Dayton, open container of alcohol in a prohibited area, fined $65, assessed $125 court costs. The case was waived by the defendant.

• Brett Osborne, 25, of Huber Heights, driving under suspension-failing to reinstate, fined $150, assessed $125 court costs. Additional charges of driving under suspension, driving under suspension-financial, and a failure to yield-right way were dismissed.

• Forrest Wills, 23, of Batavia, driving under suspension, fined $150, assessed $125 court costs.

• Victor Kovacs Jr., 29, of Cincinnati, disorderly conduct, fined $100, assessed $125 court costs. The charge was amended from a marijuana possession charge.

• Annie Ross, 50, of Wilmington, marijuana possession, fined $150, assessed $125 court costs.

• Branden Richardson, 29, of Maple Heights, marijuana possession, going 93 in a 70 mph speed zone, fined $200, assessed $250 court costs. A driving under suspension-financial charge was dismissed.

• Christine Ruther, 29, of Cincinnati, driving under suspension-failing to reinstate, going 100 in a 70 mph speed zone, fined $300, assessed $125 court costs.

• Nicholas Clanton, 22, of Sardinia, drug paraphernalia, fined $150, assessed $125 court costs.

• Jacob Henderson, 19, of Mount Orab, vehicular manslaughter. Sentencing stayed until May 14.

• Brandon Frantz, 34, of Clarksville, domestic violence. Sentencing stayed until September 18.

• Caitlin Koch, 18, of Wilmington, underage consumption. Sentencing stayed to allow Koch to complete diversion.

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By John Hamilton

jhamilton@wnewsj.com

Reach John Hamilton at 937-382-2574

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