PIKE COUNTY COURT OF COMMON PLEAS

October 24, 2018 through December 6, 2018

BREAKING AND ENTERING

2018CR000127 — State of Ohio vs. Adam Easter. Dismissed. Oct. 30, 2018.

DOMESTIC VIOLENCE

2018CR000151 — State of Ohio vs. Warnie L. Harris. Dismissed. Dec. 3, 2018.

FORGERY

2010CR000101 — State of Ohio vs. Lisa Ilene Smith. Convicted. Defendant shall serve a term of three (3) years under community control sanctions, which shall include a period of three (3) years of basic probation supervision, under the control and supervision of the Ohio Department of Rehabilitation and Correction’s Adult Parole Authority, and under the standard terms of supervision of the Adult Parole Authority, and under the standard terms of supervision of the Adult Parole Authority, and including whatever additional conditions the supervising officer deems appropriate. The Defendant is ORDERED to pay total restitution in the amount of One Thousand Four Hundred and Ninety Dollars ($1490.00) to the victims of the Defendant’s criminal in this action, as each such victim’s loss appears.Nov. 30, 2018.

IMPROPERLY DISCHARGING A FIREARM AT OR INTO A HABITATION OR SCHOOL

2018CR000043 — State of Ohio vs. Craig Daniel Stephens. Convicted. Defendant shall serve a PRISON TERM of twenty-four (24) months for the offense of “Attempted Improperly Discharging a Firearm at or Into a Habitation,” in violation of Section 2923.161(A)(1) and 2923.02 of the Ohio Revised Code, a Felony of the Third Degree, as charged in the “Amended” Indictment in this action. Nov. 13, 2018.

POSSESSION OF

2015CR000028 — State of Ohio vs. Logan A. Cutler. Convicted. Defendant shall serve a term of three (3) years under community control sanctions, which shall include a period of three (3) years of basic probation supervision, under the control and supervision of the Ohio Department of Rehabilitation and Correction’s Adult Parole Authority, and under the standard terms of supervision of the Adult Parole Authority, and under the standard terms of supervision of the Adult Parole Authority, and including whatever additional conditions the supervising officer deems appropriate. It is further the JUDGMENT and SENTENCE of this Court that the Defendant shall continue and successfully complete substance abuse counseling and treatment at Moving Forward Residential, 7175 State Route 104, McDermott, Ohio; that the Defendant shall comply with all rules and regulations of Moving Forward Residential until the Defendant successfully completes the regimen of substance abuse counseling and treatment at such facility; that the Defendant shall undergo and successfully complete all classes and programs assigned to the Defendant at such facility; and that the Defendant shall comply with any aftercare counseling and treatment recommended by such facility. Nov. 8, 2018.

2017CR000027 — State of Ohio vs. William R. Stacy. Jury Trial. Defendant shall serve a term of three (3) years under community control sanctions, which shall include a period of three (3) years of basic probation supervision, under the control and supervision of the Ohio Department of Rehabilitation and Correction’s Adult Parole Authority, and under the standard terms of supervision of the Adult Parole Authority, and including whatever additional conditions the supervising officer deems appropriate. It is further ORDERED that the Defendant shall enter into and successfully complete a term in the STAR Community Justice Center, a community based correctional facility, as scheduled by the Defendant’s Probation Officer; that the Defendant shall comply with all rules and regulations of STAR while assigned to such facility; and that the Defendant shall undergo and successfully complete all classes and programs assigned to the Defendant while the Defendant is at STAR, and that the Defendant shall comply with any recommended aftercare. Nov. 30, 2018.

2018CR000121 — State of Ohio vs. Bryana M. Corwin. Dismissed. Nov. 20, 2018.

2018CR000126 — State of Ohio vs. Harold W. Massie Jr. Dismissed. Nov. 16, 2018.

ROBBERY

2018CR000130 — State of Ohio vs. Donna M. Lawson. Dismissed. Oct. 31, 2018.

TAMPERING WITH EVIDENCE

2017CR000059 — State of Ohio vs. Dusty Cox. Dismissed. Nov. 29, 2018.

2018CR000069 — State of Ohio vs. Michelle R. Renner. Dismissed. Nov. 6, 2018.

TRAFFICKING

2018CR000045 — State of Ohio vs. Amanda Marie Johnson. Convicted. On Count Two in Case Number 2018CR000045, that the Defendant shall serve a term of three (3) years under community control sanctions, which shall include a period of three (3) years of basic probation supervision, under the control and supervision of the Ohio Department of Rehabilitation and Correction’s Adult Parole Authority, and under the standard terms of supervision of the Adult Parole Authority, and under the standard terms of supervision of the Adult Parole Authority, and including whatever additional conditions the supervising officer deems appropriate. It is further ORDERED that the 3-year period of community control sanctions and probation imposed on Count One in Case Number 2018CR000045 and the 3-year period of community control sanctions and probation imposed in Case Number 2018CR000062 shall be served concurrently with each other, for an aggregate period of three (3) years under community control sanctions and basic probation supervision. It is ORDERED that the Defendant shall enter into the STAR Community Justice Center (“STAR”), a community-based correctional facility in Franklin Furnace, Ohio, on Wednesday, January 2, 2019,; that the Defendant shall comply with all rules and regulations of STAR while assigned to such facility; and that the Defendant shall undergo and successfully complete all classes and programs assigned to the Defendant at STAR. The Defendant shall remain in jail until transport to the STAR Community Justice Center. Nov. 30, 2018.

2018CR000062 — State of Ohio vs. Amanda Marie Johnson. Convicted. On Count One in Case Number 2018CR000062, that the Defendant shall serve a term of three (3) years under community control sanctions, which shall include a period of three (3) years of basic probation supervision, under the control and supervision of the Ohio Department of Rehabilitation and Correction’s Adult Parole Authority, and under the standard terms of supervision of the Adult Parole Authority, and under the standard terms of supervision of the Adult Parole Authority, and including whatever additional conditions the supervising officer deems appropriate. It is further ORDERED that the 3-year period of community control sanctions and probation imposed on Count One in Case Number 2018CR000045 and the 3-year period of community control sanctions and probation imposed in Case Number 2018CR000062 shall be served concurrently with each other, for an aggregate period of three (3) years under community control sanctions and basic probation supervision. It is ORDERED that the Defendant shall enter into the STAR Community Justice Center (“STAR”), a community-based correctional facility in Franklin Furnace, Ohio, on Wednesday, January 2, 2019,; that the Defendant shall comply with all rules and regulations of STAR while assigned to such facility; and that the Defendant shall undergo and successfully complete all classes and programs assigned to the Defendant at STAR. The Defendant shall remain in jail until transport to the STAR Community Justice Center. Nov. 30, 2018.

2018CR000050 — State of Ohio vs. Brenda K. Payne. Convicted. Defendant shall serve a term of three (3) years under community control sanctions, which shall include a period of three (3) years of basic probation supervision, under the control and supervision of the Ohio Department of Rehabilitation and Correction’s Adult Parole Authority, and under the standard terms of supervision of the Adult Parole Authority, including whatever additional conditions the supervising officer deems appropriate. It is further ORDERED that the Defendant shall continue and successfully complete drug and alcohol treatment at the Pike County Recovery Council; that the Defendant shall comply with all rules and regulations of such facility while the Defendant is attending such facility; and that the Defendant shall undergo and successfully complete all classes and programs assigned to the Defendant while attending treatment by the Pike Recovery Council. Nov. 29, 2018.

2018CR000051 — State of Ohio vs. Brandon M. Payne. Convicted. Defendant shall serve a term of three (3) years under community control sanctions, which shall include a period of three (3) years of basic probation supervision, under the control and supervision of the Ohio Department of Rehabilitation and Correction’s Adult Parole Authority, and under the standard terms of supervision of the Adult Parole Authority, including whatever additional conditions the supervising officer deems appropriate. Nov. 30, 2018.

PIKE COUNTY COURT NEWS

Dec. 3, 2018

Drema S. Felts - Falsification and driving under suspension (fail/reinstate). Dismissed. Cases dismissed without prejudice due to plea negotiations and defendant’s plea to companion case and not due to lack of probable cause to arrest. No cost to defendant.

Drema S. Felts - Obstruction of official business. Pled no contest. Found guilty. Two years standard probation. $80 in court costs.

Rick D. Pendleton - Domestic violence and violation of protection order. Dismissed. dismissed without prejudice due to plea negotiations and defendant’s plea to companion case and not due to lack of probable cause to arrest. No cost to defendant.

Rick D. Pendleton - Violation of protection order. Pled no contest. Found guilty. Defendant is able to pay the fine and court costs imposed in full within 60 days. $300 fine. $80 in court costs.

Kimberly M. Havens - Child endangerment. Dismissed. Case dismissed without prejudice due to plea negotiations and defendant’s plea to companion case and not due to lack of probable cause to arrest. No cost to defendant.

Kimberly M. Havens — Disorderly conduct. Pled no contest. Reduced. Three years standard probation. Defendant shall refrain from all contact with Ashley Nuckols. $80 in court costs. 5 jail days.

Ashley L. Nuckols - Assault. Pled no contest. Reduced. Three years standard probation. Defendant shall obtain an assessment for alcohol/drug counseling and shall serve 80 hours of community service as assigned by the probation officer. $80 in court costs. 7 jail days.

Ashley L. Nuckols - Child endangerment and disorderly conduct. Dismissed. Cases dismissed without prejudice due to plea negotiations and defendant’s plea to companion case and not due to lack of probable cause to arrest. No cost to defendant.

Adam M. McCune - Inducing panic. Dismissed. Case dismissed without prejudice due to plea negotiations and defendant’s plea to companion case and not due to lack of probable cause to arrest. No cost to defendant.

Adam M. McCune - Criminal mischief. Pled no contest. Found guilty. $80 in court costs. 3 jail days.

James D. Widdig - Tampering with evidence, petty theft and criminal trespass. Dismissed. Cases dismissed without prejudice. To be presented to grand jury. No cost to defendant.

Kyle J. Smallwood - Domestic violence, obstruction of official business, disorderly intoxication and disorderly conduct. Dismissed. Cases dismissed without prejudice due to plea negotiations and defendant’s plea to companion case and not due to lack of probable cause to arrest. No cost to defendant.

Kyle J. Smallwood - Obstruct justice. Pled no contest. Found guilty. Three years standard probation. $80 in fines. 30 jail days.

Charles L. Thomas - Criminal damages and disorderly conduct. Pled no contest. Found guilty. Three year standard probation. Defendant to pay restitution to Heath Clay in the amount of $100.00 and shall refrain from all contact with Heath Clay and Kathy Clay. $80 in court costs.

Warnie L. Harris - Domestic violence. Pled no contest. Guilty. Found guilty. Three years standard probation. Defendant shall obtain an assessment for alcohol/drug counseling and shall refrain from all contact with Danielle Haddox. Defendant may have limited contact with Danielle Haddox and may go around her residence within seven days after the defendant’s release from jail or after the issuance of this order, only if accompanied by a uniformed law enforcement officer, in order to obtain the defendant’s clothes and personal effects. Defendant shall undergo mental health counseling. $80 in court costs. 57 jail days.

John F. Rose III - Drug paraphernalia. Pled guilty. Found guilty. Three years standard probation. Defendant shall obtain an assessment for alcohol/drug counseling and shall serve 80 hours of community service as assigned by the probation officer. $80 in court costs.

John F. Rose III - Financial Responsibility Act (driving without insurance) suspension. Pled guilty. Found guilty.

Dec. 5, 2018

Robert J. Wagner - Fail to control motor vehicle. Pled guilty. Found guilty. Bond forfeiture. $30 fine. $80 in court costs.

Mark H. Hill Sr. - Criminal trespass, possession of drugs, obstruction of official business and drug paraphernalia. Dismissed. Cases dismissed without prejudice due to plea negotiations and defendant’s plea to companion case and not due to lack of probable cause to arrest. No cost to defendant.

Mark H. Hill Sr. - Obstruction of official business (2X) and domestic violence. Pled no contest. Found guilty. Three years standard probation. Defendant may be furloughed from jail to attend and successfully complete a residential drug treatment program at the discretion of the Pike County Court. $240 in court costs. 360 jail days.

Tyler J. Henderson - Domestic violence. Dismissed. Case dismissed without prejudice due to victim’s request or victim’s unwillingness to prosecute. No cost to defendant.

James W. Tackett - Domestic violence. Dismissed. Case dismissed without prejudice due to victim’s request or victim’s unwillingness to prosecute. No cost to defendant.

Larry E. Hawk — Domestic violence and assault. Dismissed. Cases dismissed without prejudice due to victim’s request or victim’s unwillingness to prosecute. No cost to defendant.

Terry W. Palmer - Use toxicant. Pled guilty. Found guilty. $100 fine. $80 in court costs.

Jay S. Wendel - Domestic violence. Pled no contest. Found guilty. Three years standard probation. Defendant may be furloughed from jail to attend and successfully complete a residential drug treatment program at the discretion of the Pike County Court. $80 in court costs. 90 jail days.

Carlis C. Tackett Jr. - Fail to control motor vehicle. Dismissed. Case dismissed without prejudice due to plea negotiations and defendant’s plea to companion case and not due to lack of probable cause to arrest. No cost to defendant.

Dec. 6, 2018

Tiffany D. Pegram - Fail to control motor vehicle. Pled guilty. Found guilty. $30 fine. $80 in court costs.

PIKE COUNTY LAND TRANSFERS

Benton Township

10 acres: K. H. Adams and Kay H. Adams to Nathan Allen Adams. Warranty Deed. December 7, 2018.

1.600 acres: Cynthia McKinney to Ronald Ford and Kelley A. Jude. Survivorship Deed. December 18, 2018.

2.860 acres: Terri L. Carter to Benton Township Trustees Pike County Ohio. Quit Claim Deed. January 8, 2019.

Tracts: Terri L. Carter to Gary Griffith and Leslie Griffith. Survivorship Deed. January 8, 2019.

Sunfish Township

16.932 acres: Molly A. Hyland to Kenneth Bryant and Kayla Bryant. Warranty Deed. December 4, 2018.

0.0224 acres, also Benton Township 3.8259 acres: Betty E. Sullivan and Betty Sullivan to Elizabeth Ward. Warranty Deed. November 13, 2018.

2 acres: Norma Jean Fields to Earl Ray Fields Sr. Certificate of Transfer. December 11, 2018.

1.600 acres: Brothers Lumber LLC to Anita Leeth and Cody Leeth. Warranty Deed. December 19, 2018.

24 acres: Ohio Valley Realty Company LLC to Troy M. Pekkala and Brittany M. Pekkala. Survivorship Deed. December 21, 2018.

3.555 acres: Pritam Pal Singh, Pritampal and Gurpreet Kaur to Suhrad Samrat LLC. Warranty Deed. January 3, 2019.

Bainbridge

Chief Cove Subdivision Lot 12: U.S. Bank National Association to Frank Cameron Sterling. Warranty Deed. December 4, 2018.

Scioto Township

2 1/2 acres: Ronnie Arn and Cheryl Arn to Karl N. Foster and Judith R. Foster. Warranty Deed. November 8, 2018.

2.430 acres, also 0.492 acres: Royce Remington Jr. and Cara Remington to Matthew A. Willison and Jillian N. Willison. Survivorship Deed. December 14, 2018.

0.0304 acres: Lacey J. Hyer to Matthew A. Willison and Jillian N. Willison. Survivorship Deed. December 14, 2018.

Jackson Township

3 acres: Meryle D. Spradlin and Melissa N. Napier and Joshua A. Dishman. Warranty Deed. November 14, 2018.

7 acres: Earl L. Judd Trustee, Earl L. Judd & Cathy L. Judd Living Trust and Earl L. Judd to Derek Ratliff and Dina Ratliff. Warranty Deed. December 4, 2018.

1.9725 acres: Stephanie S. Rapp and Cris A. Moore to Richard Seldon Wingfield and Shelly Ann Wingfield. Warranty Deed. December 6, 2018.

1.8726 acres: John Swords and Linda Swords to Melvin Oliver and Gail Oliver. Warranty Deed. December 14, 2018.

48.869 acres: Jimmy G. Howard and Victoria A. Howard to Tyler Thomas. Warranty Deed. December 18, 2018.

Lot 12 Omega, also 3587.7 sq ft: Gregory S. Scaggs and Tammy Scaggs to Jimmy G. Howard and Victoria A. Howard. Survivorship Deed. January 3, 2019.

2.036 acres: Chattin LLC to Ceres Farms LLC. Survivorship Deed. January 4, 2019.

Beaver Township

4.37 acres: Patricia Hines, Alan Roberts, Frank Roberts, Donald Roberts, Timothy Hines, Angela Roberts, Cheryl Roberts, Donald G. Roberts and Laura Roberts to Kaci R. Evans. Warranty Deed. November 27, 2018.

5.158 acres: Joshua Carroll Cook and Amber Dawn Cook to Matthew A. Owens and Sharon N. Owens. Survivorship Deed. December 5, 2018.

0.5436 acre: Adam Dickerson to Kelsey N. Risner and Adam A. Dickerson. Survivorship Deed. January 2, 2019.

Village of Piketon

0.206 acres: Lloyd H. Crabtree and Angela D. Crabtree to Kyle L. Miller and Christian L. Miller. Survivorship Deed. November 15, 2018.

In-Lot 214 Clark’s Addition: Mark Blakeman and Beverly Blakeman to Victoria House. Warranty Deed. November 27, 2018.

3.53 acres: Curtis E. Campbell to Martha A. Campbell. Quit Claim Deed. December 6, 2018.

2 tracts: Rhonda Taylor and Henry C. Taylor Jr. to Randall Mitchell. Warranty Deed. December 7, 2018.

Seal Township

89.374 acres, also 20 acres: P.H. Glatfelter Company to Pixelle Specialty Solutions LLC. Warranty Deed. November 8, 2018.

Lts 105 & 106 Patterson Height: Miller & Leist Properties LLC to Cassidy Fox. Warranty Deed. November 8, 2018.

Tract: Henry Trice Battle to Battle’s Trailer Park LLC and Battles Trailer Park LLC. Warranty Deed. November 16, 2018.

5.002 acres: William J. Kelley to William J. Kelley and James M. Kelley. Survivorship Deed. November 20, 2018.

5.0369 acres, also 20 ft easement: Alice F. Walker and George Walker to Daniel R. Jenkins. Warranty Deed. November 27, 2018.

2 tracts: Justin Brewster, Kayla Brewster, Shawn Clemmons and Barbara Clemmons to Stephanie Sue Rapp to Cris A. Moore. Warranty Deed. December 7, 2018.

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