Fairborn Municipal Court


Fairborn Daily Herald

June 20

Aaron L. Pennington, 2024 Randy Scott Drive, West Carrollton, guilty physical control, $365 fines, 180 days, 150 suspended. Work release and alcohol montitor. No future similar violations for two years. Up to two years supervised community control. Drug/alcohol assessment and follow up. Granted driving privileges.

Melodie A. Wright, 87 Thornhill Ave., Xenia, guilty reckless operation, $365 fines, 30 days suspended. No future violations for one year.

Betsy R. Woods, 793 Hunters Ridge Drive, Fairborn, guilty OVI, $640 fines, 180 days, 157 suspended. Ninety day immobilization. House arrest for eighteen days with alcohol monitor and work release. No future similiar violations for two years. Supervised community control for two years. Interlock and restricted plates.

June 21

Tracie L Gray, 712 Salt Box Court, Centerville, guilty physical control, $490 fines, 180 days suspended. Up to two years of supervised community control.

Jesse D. Shields, 245 Faculty Drive, Fairborn, guilty telephone harassment, $265 fines, 180 days, 174 suspended. Supervised community control for up to two years. Drug/alcohol assessment and follow up. Alcohol monitor for 60 days. Good behavior for two years.

David M. Lewis III, 1863 Hanes Road, Beavercreek, guilty disorderly conduct, $315 fines, 30 days suspended. Supervised community control for two years. Assessment for drug and alcohol. Good behavior for two years. No contact with victim directly or indirectly and must stay away by at least 500 feet for two years.

June 23

David K. Ingham, 244 Home Ave., Xenia, guilty reckless operation, $365 fines, 30 days suspended. No future similar violations for one year.

Fredrick T. Cramer, 1746 Yalta Drive, Beavercreek, guilty reckless operation, $365 fines, 30 days suspended. No future similar violations for one year.

Seth E. Stover, 7415 New Carlisle Road, New Carlisle, guilty reckless operation, $365 fines, 30 days suspended. No future similar vilations for one year.

Destiny M. Bowie, 26 Old Yellow Springs Road, Unit 16, Fairborn, guilty aggrevated menacing, $315 fines, 180 days, 179 suspended. Good behavior for two years.

Jeffrey M. Lisath, 206 Chapel Lane, Dayton, guilty unauthorized use of property, $315 fines, 30 days suspended. Supervised community control for two years. Good behavior for two years. Complete 16 hours community service. Pay restitution.

Gabriel N. Lovato Jr., 4060 Roman Drive, Dayton, guilty unauthorized use of property, $265 fines, 30 days suspended. No future similar violations for one year. Complete 16 hours of community service.

Dennis C. Ludwig, 14 South Delmar Ave., Dayton, guilty OVI, $490 fines, 180 days, 177 suspended. Complete three day driver intervention program. Up to two years of supervised community control. Drug/alcohol assessment and follow up.

Chelsea B. McGee, 2180 Rockdell Drive, Apt. C, Fairborn, guilty physical control, $365 fines, 180 days, 170 suspended. No future similar violations for two years. Two years supervised community control. Drug/alcohol assessment and follow up. Driving permit granted.

Felix J. Cunningham Jr., 2624 N. Main St., Dayton, guilty OVI, $490 fines, 180 days, 140 suspended. House arrest for twenty days with alcohol monitor. No future similar violations for two years. Supervised community control for two years. One year license suspension. Alcohol monitor for 60 days.

Paul S. Ramos, 2310 Apricot Drive, Beavercreek, guilty reckless operation, $365 fines, 30 days suspended. No future similar violations for one year.

Shelby L. Shepherd, 471 Yale Drive, Lebanon, guilty OVI, $490 fines, 180 days, 177 suspended. Complete three-day driver intervention program. Up to two years of supervised community control. Drug/alcohol assessment and follow up.

Fairborn Municipal Court report compiled from completed cases occurring in Beavercreek and Fairborn. Some reports do not make it in the print editions due to space constraints.

Fairborn Municipal Court report compiled from completed cases occurring in Beavercreek and Fairborn. Some reports do not make it in the print editions due to space constraints.