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MOUNT VERNON – Judge John Thatcher found 18 people guilty this week after hearings and trial were held at Mount Vernon Municipal Court.

NOV. 18

Jasmine Allen, 22, of Mount Vernon, was found guilty of Marked Lanes and Distracted Driving. The Court sentenced her to pay a $175 fine.

Christopher Workman, 23, of Howard, was found guilty of Driving Under an FRA Suspension. The Court sentenced him to pay a $300 fine.

Ashlynn Gerhart, 18, of Johnstown, was found guilty of Passing a Stopped School Bus. The Court sentenced her to pay a $125 fine.

John O’Brien, 54, of Howard, was found guilty of Speeding. The Court sentenced him to pay a $50 fine.

Jordan Spahr, 24, of Mount Vernon, was found guilty of Having Physical Control Over a Vehicle While Under the Influence. The Court sentenced her to pay a $500 fine, serve 180 days in jail, with 177 days suspended, placed her on two years of community control with the following condition: attend and complete a 72-hour driver intervention program, and suspended her operator’s license for 90 days.

William Kirkman, 31, of Mount Vernon, was found guilty of Driving Under an FRA Suspension. The Court sentenced him to serve three days in jail.

Assistant Director of Law Brittany Whitney represented the City of Mount Vernon and State of Ohio in these cases.

NOV. 17

Glenn Pullins, 50, of Mount Vernon, was found guilty of Operating a Vehicle While Under the Influence of Alcohol and Failure to Use Reasonable Control. The Court sentenced him to pay a $500 fine, serve 180 days in jail, with 177 days suspended, placed him on two years of community control with the following condition: attend and complete a 72-hour driver intervention program, and suspended his operator’s license for one year for the OVI charge and to pay a $25 fine for Failure to Use Reasonable Control.

Amy Hahler, 36, of Mount Vernon, was found guilty of Failure to Use Reasonable Control. The Court sentenced her to pay a $25 fine.

Kalob Shafer, 20, of Fredericktown, was found guilty of Driving Under an FRA Suspension. The Court sentenced him to pay a $200 fine.

Steven Garrad, 53, of Mount Vernon, was found guilty of Driving Under an FRA Suspension. The Court sentenced him to pay a $200 fine.

Randolph McGregor, 37, of Mount Vernon, was found guilty of two counts of Assault.

The Court sentenced him to serve 15 days in jail.

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

NOV. 16

Kevin Conrad, 42, of Mount Gilead, was found guilty of Assault. The Court sentenced him to serve 180 days in jail, with all time suspended, and placed him on two years of probation.

Heaven Rhoades, 21, of Mount Vernon, was found guilty of Possession of Drug Paraphernalia. The Court sentenced her to serve 15 days in jail.

Austin Miller, 27, of Columbus, was found guilty of Menacing. The Court sentenced him to pay a $200 fine, serve 30 days in jail, with all time suspended, and placed her on two years of probation with the following condition: complete a drug and alcohol assessment as soon as is practicable.

Roxanne Geiger, 59, of Mount Vernon, was found guilty of Negligent Hunting. The Court sentenced her to pay a $200 fine and serve three days in jail, stayed until a review hearing, with the following condition: complete a Hunter’s Safety course.

Brian Gardner, 48, of Mount Vernon, was found guilty of Theft. The Court sentenced him to credit for time served.

Joseph Vermillion, 50, of Centerburg, was found guilty of Domestic Violence. The Court sentenced him to serve 180 days in jail, with all time suspended, and placed him on two years of probation with the following condition: complete the Court’s Hands Down Program.

Adam Milne, 22, of Coeur D’Alene, Idaho, was found guilty of Speeding. The Court sentenced him to pay a $100 fine.

Assistant Director of Law Brittany Whitney represented the City of Mount Vernon and State of Ohio in these cases.

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