Mount Vernon Municipal Court Criminal Docket on February 6, 2017



MOUNT VERNON – The following cases were resolved before Judge John Thatcher in the Mount Vernon Municipal Court on February 6, 2017.

Erica R. Davis, 26 of Mount Vernon, changed her plea and the Court found her guilty of petty theft and driving under a 12-point suspension.

Eric W. Woodring, 33 of Mount Vernon, changed his plea and the Court found him guilty of operating a vehicle under the influence of alcohol and/or a drug of abuse.

Larry D. Perkins, II, 33 of Canal Winches, OH, changed his plea and the Court found him guilty of operating a vehicle under the influence of alcohol and/or a drug of abuse.

Amanda R. Berry, 30 of Mount Vernon, changed her plea and the Court found her guilty of petty theft.

Michael L. Cory, 45 of Mount Vernon, changed his plea and the Court found him guilty of two counts of disorderly conduct, persisting.

Jennifer L. Kolasky, 39 of Mount Vernon, changed her plea and the Court found her guilty of disorderly conduct, persisting.

Alison K. Elswick, 22 of Mount Vernon, changed her plea and the Court found her guilty of petty theft.

Robert J. Harvey, 26 of Centerburg, changed his plea and the Court found him guilty of operating a vehicle under the influence of alcohol and/or a drug of abuse.

Vanessa Heston, 28 of Fredericktown, changed her plea and the Court found her guilty of disorderly conduct.

Jarrod T. Strouse, 41 of Danville, changed his plea and the Court found him guilty of possession of drug abuse instruments and driving under a financial responsibility suspension.

Robert A. Schaade, 49 of Mount Vernon, changed his plea and the Court found him guilty of unauthorized use of property.

Shannon M. Kits, 38 of Mount Vernon, changed her plea and the Court found her guilty of theft.

Shawna M. Posey, 30 of Mount Vernon, failed to appear for her scheduled hearing and the Court issued a warrant for her arrest.

Kristine J. West, 40 of Mount Vernon, failed to appear for her scheduled hearing and the Court issued a warrant for her arrest.

Assistant Knox County Public Defender John Dankovich represented the defendants in these cases.

Director of Law Rob Broeren represented the State of Ohio and the City of Mount Vernon in these cases.

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