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Busy Week for Mount Vernon Municipal Court With 24 Found Guilty

Eight Found Guilty on March 4, 2024

MOUNT VERNON – Judge John Thatcher found eight guilty after hearings were held in the Mount Vernon Municipal Court on March 4, 2024.

Chelsy Hashman, 36, of Howard, was found guilty of endangering children.

Sai Vaddaboina, 28, of Mount Vernon, was found guilty of furnishing and/or selling alcohol to an under the age person.

Dustin McCoy, 44, of Mount Vernon, was found guilty of domestic violence.

Sabrina Butcher, 42, of Mount Vernon, was found guilty of criminal mischief.

Charles Brown, Jr., 47, of Mount Vernon, was found guilty of operating a motor vehicle while under the influence of alcohol and/or a drug of abuse.

Dylan Sibbitt, 19, of San Francisco, CA, was found guilty of failure to comply with order of Police Officer.

Jason Moore, 50, of Falkville, AL, was found guilty of disorderly conduct.

Sir Eric Bowles, 53, of Mount Vernon, was found guilty of operating a motor vehicle while under an FRA suspension and with a muffler producing excessive noise and/or smoke.

Assistant Law Director Steve Potts prosecuted the Butcher case and First Assistant Law Director Brittany Whitney prosecuted all the other cases on behalf of the City of Mount Vernon, the State of Ohio, and the Villages of Centerburg, Danville, Fredericktown and Gambier.

Seven Found Guilty on March 5, 2024

MOUNT VERNON – Judge John Thatcher found seven guilty after hearings were held in the Mount Vernon Municipal Court on March 5, 2024.

Diana Thompson, 49, of Mount Vernon, was found guilty of violation of a protection order.

Kalob Hines, 26, of Warsaw, was found guilty of violation of operating turn signals and obstructing official business.

Kennedy Horner, 28, of Mount Vernon, was found guilty of violation of a protection order.

Jill Regal, 31, of Danville, was found guilty of operating a motor vehicle while under the influence of alcohol, operating a motorcycle without a motorcycle endorsement, and not having the required illumination for license plate.

Ethan Rhodeback, 24, of Utica, was found guilty of operating a motor vehicle while under the influence of alcohol and violation of operating a motor vehicle on a one-way street.

Robert Ford, 60, of Whitehall, was found guilty of failure to maintain assured clear distance.

Brandon Kessinger, 30, of Mount Vernon, was found guilty of operating a motor vehicle while under a suspension.

First Assistant Law Director Brittany Whitney prosecuted the Thompson, Horner, Ford and Kessinger cases and 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.

Two Found Guilty on March 6, 2024

MOUNT VERNON – Judge John Thatcher found two guilty after hearings were held inthe Mount Vernon Municipal Court on March 6, 2024.

William Blevins, 59, of Mount Vernon, was found guilty of failing to register vehicle.

Kaitlin Reese, 21, of Mansfield, was found guilty of speeding.

Assistant Law Director Steve Potts prosecuted these cases on behalf of the State of Ohio.

Seven Found Guilty on March 8, 2024

MOUNT VERNON – Judge John Thatcher found seven guilty after hearings and court trials were held in the Mount Vernon Municipal Court on March 8, 2024.

Jamie Allen, 41, of Coshocton, was found guilty of possession of drug paraphernalia/marihuana and operating a motor vehicle while under an FRA suspension.

Noe Saravia, 31, of Mount Vernon, was found guilty of two counts of failure to register a dog.

Brandy Orndorff, 41, of Mount Vernon, was found guilty of criminal trespassing.

Michael Cosner, 33, of Howard, was found guilty of operating a motor vehicle with unlawful license plates.

Joseph Ball, 32, of Mount Vernon, was found guilty of three counts of operating a motor vehicle without an operator’s license.

Damien Griswold, 21, of Mount Vernon, was found guilty of operating a motor vehicle while under a suspension.

Michael Cosner, 33, of Howard, was found guilty of improperly changing lanes without the use of turn signals.

Cecil Teet, 81, of Walhonding, was found guilty of driving on the wrong side of the road.

Shane Murphy, 28, of West Sunbury, PA, was found guilty of failing to register vehicle.

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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