Fairborn Municipal Court


Herald News Report

Aug. 20

Ryan P. Koronich, 2233 English Oak Ct., Miamisburg, guilty unauthorized use of property, $265, 30 days suspended, 30 days served. No future similar violations for one year.

Justin W. Risch, 1491 West Dayton Yellow Springs Road, Xenia, guilty petty theft, $265, 90 days suspended, 90 days served. Up to two years supervised community control, drug/alcohol assessment and follow up, good behavior for two years, banned from all Kroger stores for one year.

Scott E. Collins, 208 Grove Street, Marietta, guilty unauthorized use of property, $265, 30 days suspended, 30 days served. Good behavior for two years.

Anthony T. Peterman-Barton, 1203 Alcott, Dayton, guilty possession of criminal tools, $265, 90 days suspended, 90 days served. Supervised community control for up to two years, assessment for drug/alcohol and follow up treatment, good behavior for two years.

Kelly E. Karjala, 880 Weinland Drive, New Carlisle, guilty domestic violence, $265, 30 days suspended, 27 days served. Jale days consecutive to trd1504062, good behavior for two years.

Mark A. Bean, 4878 Echo Hills, Springfield, guilty – no contest trespassing, $315, 30 days suspended, 30 days served. Good behavior for two years, 24 hours of community service.

Kamaria I. Johnson, 6425 North Capital St. Ne., Washington D.C., guilty reckless operation, $365, 30 days suspended, 30 days served. No future similar violations for one year, als terminated and bmv fees waived.

Elizabeth A. Robinson, 2373 Obetz, Beavercreek, guilty reckless operation, $365, 30 days suspended, 30 days served. No future similar violations for one year, als terminated and bmv fees waived.

Stephen C. Heckler, 1437 South Central Drive, Beavercreek, guilty reckless operation, $365, 30 days suspended, 30 days served. No future similar violations for one year, als terminated and bmv fees waived.

Kailen G. Watson, 159 West Funderburg, Fairborn, guilty – no contest OVI/driving under the influence, $490, 180 days suspended, 177 served. Complete three day driver intervention program, up to two years of supervised community control, drug/alcohol assessment and follow up treatment, als terminated.

Herald News Report compiled by Whitney Vickers.

Herald News Report compiled by Whitney Vickers.

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