Allen County Common Pleas dispositions


COURT RECORD

Allen County Common Pleas

Dispositions/Nov. 9

William Porter, 41, of 1761 Wonderlick Road, found guilty of theft. Sentence: 5 years probation, pay $6,641 restitution, complete reentry court.

Jonathan Williams, 51, of 201 N. Elizabeth St., No. 602, found guilty of attempted rape. Sentence: four years prison, 161 days credit.

David Crane Jr., 37, of 701 N. Main St., found guilty of possession of cocaine. Sentence: three years probation, referred to WORTH Center.

Dispositions/Nov. 7

Kristan Vanbuskirk, 51, of 826 Findlay Road, found guilty of domestic violence. Sentence: two years probation, 30 days jail.

William V. Gillette, 38, of 5600 St. Johns Road, found guilty domestic violence. Sentence: three years probation, 17 days jail.

Dana A. Durr, 41, of 1216 N. Union St., found guilty of aggravated burglary. Sentence: four years prison.

Paul R. Durr, 58, of 1120 Essex Drive, found guilty of operating a vehicle intoxicated. Sentence: two years probation, 60 days jail.

Disposition/Nov. 2

Bradley Dible, 41, of 1619 Oakland Parkway, found guilty of robbery and grand theft motor vehicle. Sentence: seven years prison, pay restitution.

Disposition/Oct. 31

Justin Shadley, 34, of 712 N. Baxter St., found guilty of burglary. Sentence: two years prison, consecutive to one year for probation violation.

Disposition/Oct. 27

Cory Dodds, 29, of 540 N. Water St., Fort Jennings, found guilty of possession of cocaine. Sentence: two years probation, 60 hours community service.

Disposition/Oct. 26

Jordan Davis, 22, of 1122 St. Johns Ave., found guilty of escape. Sentence: 30 months prison.

Dispositions/Oct. 24

Demetrius Bivens, 26, of 774 Brice Ave., found guilty of two counts of trafficking in heroin. Sentence: three years probation, referred to WORTH Center, three years license suspended.

Randy C. Moore, 28, of 2145 N. Dixie Highway, No. 50, found guilty of corrupting another with drugs. Sentence: four years prison.

Tarissa M. Sanders, 34, of 621 Third St., found guilty of possession of cocaine. Sentence: two years probation.

Jacqueline Worley, 72, of 8 Beaumont Place, found guilty of grand theft. Sentence: two years probation, pay $7,970 restitution.

Ravon D. Island, 22, of 1610 S. Union St., found guilty of trafficking heroin. Sentence: two years probation, 31 days jail, pay $105 restitution.

Dispositions/Oct. 21

Gloria Inmon, 65, of 1015 E. North St., found guilty of possession of heroin. Sentence: two years probation, 60 hours community service.

William Woodley, 53, of Lima, found guilty of theft. Sentence: five years probation, 90 days jail, 40 hours community service, pay restitution to Allen County Department of Job and Family Services.

Disposition/Oct. 20

Andrew Lewis, 34, of 575 Monticello Ave., found guilty of abduction with a gun. Sentence: 18 months prison, no contact with victim, three days credit.

Dispositions/Oct. 19

Mitchell Thompson, 19, of 950 St. Johns Ave., found guilty of trespass in a habitation. Sentence: three years probation, referred to WORTH Center, 60 hours community service.

Michael Larison, 41, of 412 W. Murphy St., found guilty of failure to provide notice of change of address. Sentence: two years probation, 180 days jail, 147 days credit, 80 hours community service.

Lavonte Collins, 20, of 948 Leland Ave., found guilty of improper handling firearms in motor vehicle. Sentence: two years probation, 60 days jail, 60 hours community service, weapon forfeited.

Dispositions/Oct. 17

Kaylee E. Herman, 22, of Louisville, Ky., found guilty of receiving stolen property. Sentence: three years probation, referred to WORTH Center, pay $400 restitution.

Theodore V. McPheron III, 33, address unavailable, found guilty of burglary and domestic violence. Sentence: three years prison, pay $68 restitution.

Dispositions/Oct. 13

Darod Florence, 19, of 722 E. Kibby St., found guilty of carrying a concealed weapon. Sentence: three years probation.

Linda K. Taylor, 39, of 910 Faze Ave., found guilty of attempted trafficking marijuana. Sentence: 180 days jail, suspended.

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