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31 Found Guilty in Mount Vernon Municipal Court

Eleven Found Guilty on September 5, 2023

MOUNT VERNON – Judge John Thatcher found eleven guilty after hearings were held
in the Mount Vernon Municipal Court on September 5, 2023.
Christopher Starmer, 27, of Mount Vernon, was found guilty of possession of drug
paraphernalia and driving without a valid license.
Joseph Spearman, 41, of Mount Vernon, was found guilty of possession of drug
paraphernalia.
Daniel Storts, 43, of Mount Vernon, was found guilty of aggravated menacing.
James Stone, 36, of Mount Vernon, was found guilty of two counts of aggravated
menacing and one count of domestic violence.
Joseph Fulton, 39, of Mount Vernon, was found guilty of criminal trespass.
Treyton Wallace, 25, of Columbus, was found guilty of operating a vehicle under the
influence of alcohol and open container in a motor vehicle.
Dakota Marvin, 20, of Mount Vernon, was found guilty of speeding.
Florina Robinson, 45, of Granville, was found guilty of speeding.
Daniel Goudy, 34, of Mount Vernon, was found guilty of disorderly conduct and riding a
bicycle on the left of the roadway.
Kennedy Horner, 28, of Mount Vernon, was found guilty of speeding in a school zone.

Sally Deraleau, 60, of Mount Vernon, was found guilty of expired license plate.
First Assistant Law Director Brittany Whitney prosecuted the Stone and Storts cases on
behalf of the City of Mount Vernon and the State of Ohio.
Assistant Law Director Steve Potts prosecuted all other cases on behalf of the City of
Mount Vernon, the State of Ohio, and the Villages of Centerburg, Danville,
Fredericktown and Gambier.

Three Found Guilty on September 6, 2023

MOUNT VERNON – Judge John Thatcher found three guilty after hearings were held in
the Mount Vernon Municipal Court on September 6, 2023.
Carter Gallagher, 23 of Fredericktown, was found guilty of Possession of Drug
Paraphernalia.
Melvin Yeatman III, 30 of Mount Vernon, was found guilty of Failing to Use Reasonable
Control.
Ronald Hoeflich Jr., 44 of Mount Vernon, was found guilty of Driving Under
Suspension.
Assistant Law Director Steve Potts prosecuted these cases on behalf of the City of Mount
Vernon, Village of Fredericktown, and the State of Ohio.

Seventeen Found Guilty on September 8, 2023

MOUNT VERNON – Judge John Thatcher found seventeen guilty after hearings and
court trials were held in the Mount Vernon Municipal Court on September 8, 2023.
Joshua Hamilton, 40, of Newark, was found guilty of possession of drug paraphernalia
and driving under an FRA suspension.
Matthew Woody, 33, of Mount Vernon, was found guilty of possession of drug abuse
instruments.
Devin Weber, 23, of Howard, was found guilty of possession of marihuana.
Harmony Wolfe, 23, of Marengo, was found guilty of operating a vehicle under the
influence of alcohol.
Joshua Dewitt, 30, of Columbus, was found guilty of driving under suspension and
driving left of center.
Hayden Harmer, 20, of Mount Vernon, was found guilty of speeding.

Angel Simmons, 18, of Saint Louisville, was found guilty of speeding and not wearing a
seatbelt.
Brenden Moore, 42, of Fredericktown, was found guilty of driving under an FRA
suspension and failure to stop at a stop sign.
Matthew Moran, 20, of Butler, was found guilty of driving without a valid operator’s
license.
Armando Rodriguez, 62, of Mount Vernon, was found guilty of driving without a valid
operator’s license and speeding.
John Ball, 23, of Danville, was found guilty of driving under suspension.
Timothy Llewellyn, 28, of Mount Vernon, was found guilty of driving under a 12-point
suspension.
Taylor Latham, 28, of Mount Vernon, was found guilty of speeding in a school zone.
Kevin Trejo Vazquez, 23, of North Charleston, South Carolina, was found guilty of
driving without a valid license and failing to stop at a red light.
Wyatt Hoar, 20 of Mount Vernon, was found guilty of having fictitious plates on a
vehicle and having an expired registration.
Patricia Hoadley, 71, of Howard, was found guilty of failure to control.
Trevor Overly, 25, of Howard, was found guilty of speeding.
Assistant Law Director Steve Potts prosecuted these cases on behalf of the City of Mount
Vernon, the State of Ohio, and the Villages of Centerburg, Danville, Fredericktown and
Gambier.
For further details of the above sentencings, please visit the court website at
mountvernonmunicipalcourt.org.

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