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MOUNT VERNON -- Seven people were found guilty after a trial, arraignments and hearings were conducted at the Mount Vernon Municipal Court this week.

Judge John Thatcher made the following rulings:

MARCH 10

Hazel Bais, 70, of Centerburg, was found guilty of Wrongful Entrustment of a Motor Vehicle. The Court sentenced her to a $200 fine.

Director of Law Rob Broeren represented the State of Ohio in this case.

MARCH 9

Robert Shimp, 35, of Utica, was found guilty of Driving Under Suspension. The Court sentenced him to pay a $300 fine.

Cody White, 33, of Danville, was found guilty of Failing to Stop for a School Bus. The Court sentenced him to pay a $200 fine.

David Doering, 54, of Howard, was found guilty of Reckless Operation of a Motor Vehicle. The Court sentenced him to pay a $250 fine, serve 30 days in jail, with all time suspended, placed him on one year of community control with the following condition: complete a drug and alcohol assessment as soon as is practicable, and suspended his operator’s license for one year.

Jared Baldwin, 27, of Mount Vernon, was found guilty of Driving Under an FRA Suspension. The Court sentenced him to serve five days in jail.

Timothy Roberts, 35, of Mount Vernon, was found guilty of Operating a Vehicle While Under the Influence of Alcohol. The Court sentenced him to pay a $700 fine, serve 180 days in jail, with 160 days suspended, placed him on two years of community control with the following condition: complete a drug and alcohol assessment as soon as is practicable, and suspended his operator’s license for two years.

Director of Law Rob Broeren represented the City of Mount Vernon and the State of Ohio in these cases.

MARCH 8

Tanner Depolo, 24, of West Milton, was found guilty of Driving Under Suspension, Obstructing Official Business. The Court sentenced him to serve six days in jail, concurrently, for these charges.

Director of Law Rob Broeren represented the City of Mount Vernon in this case.

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