Fairborn Municipal Court


Fairborn Daily Herald



Oct. 24

Lakinda W. Whitt, 311 Wallace Drive, Fairborn, guilty obstruction, $1,115, 90 days, 90 suspended. Fine and jail suspended on condition no further violations of law for next two years and successful completion of ICC.

Norman B. Jackson, 1010 Victoria Ave., Fairborn, guilty obstructing, $1,015 fines, 90 days, 81 suspended. Fine and balance of jail suspended on condition of no further violations of law for next two years.

Katie M. Pendleton, 52 Virginia Ave., Dayton, guilty physical control, $1,915 fines, 180 days, 180 suspended. No future similar violations for one year up to one year supervised community control drug/alcohol assessment and follow up. Driving permit.

J.T. Wood Jr., 159 East Hillcrest Ave., Dayton, guilty physical control, $1,915 fines, 180 days, 178 suspended. No future similar violations one year, two-day driver intervention program. Supervised community control up to one year.

Norman B. Jackson, 1010 Victoria Ave., Fairborn, guilty hit skip, $2,115 fines, 180 days, 171 suspended. No future similar violations two years. Supervised community control two years. Driver’s privileges suspended six-month. Pay restitution to be determined.

Oct. 26

Christina L. Cummins, 1510 Camden Drive, Dayton, no contest, $265 fines, 180 days, 178 suspended. Charge concurrent. Supervised community control two years, assessment fordrug/alcohol and follow-up. Good behavior for two years. Banned from all Meijer stores for two years.

Jessica M. Young, 28 Circle Drive, Fairborn, guilty endangering a child, $265 fines, 180 days, 110 suspended. Time consecutive, up to three years supervised community control. Drug/alcohol assessment and follow up. Good behavior for three years.

Fairborn Daily Herald

Fairborn Municipal Court report compiled from completed cases occurring in Beavercreek and Fairborn. Some court reports will only appear online due to space constraints.

Fairborn Municipal Court report compiled from completed cases occurring in Beavercreek and Fairborn. Some court reports will only appear online due to space constraints.