Two Guilty; Warrants for Others



MOUNT VERNON – Judge John Thatcher found two guilty after hearings held in the Mount Vernon Municipal Court on February 1, 2017.

William S. Fuller, 35 of Mount Vernon, changed his plea and the Court found him guilty of driving under a financial responsibility suspension. The Court sentenced Fuller to pay a fine of $250 plus court costs.

Victoria C. Queen, 23 of Mount Vernon, changed her plea and the Court found her guilty of possession of marijuana drug paraphernalia. The court continued sentencing for 90 days to allow Queen to submit an application for the marijuana diversion program.

Kelsey V. Pike, 25 of Howard, failed to appear for her scheduled trial. The Court issued a warrant for her failure to appear with county and adjoining county radius and set bond in the amount of $500 without the application of the 10% provision.

Jason W. Matis, 22 of Eagar, AZ, failed to appear his scheduled pre-trial hearing. The Court issued a warrant for his failure to appear with county and adjoining county radius and set bond in the amount of $250 without the application of the 10% provision.

Director of Law Rob Broeren represented the State of Ohio and the City of Mount Vernon in the Fuller, Queen, and Pike cases.

Assistant Director of Law Brittany Whitney represented the State of Ohio in the Matis case.

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