The following cases were recently heard by Judge David W. Nibert in Mason County Circuit Court, according to the official court docket filed in the office of Circuit Clerk Bill Withers: State v. Ashley Marie Roush aka Rickard, home confinement. State v. Jonathan Eatmon, sentencing hearing, warrant issued for defendant’s arrest. State v. Clinton D. Weethee, plea agreement reached, heading set for 9:30 a.m., June 10, no bond reduction. State v. Robert Ramsey, hearing on disposition following revocation of home confinement, remanded to custody of department of corrections with credit for time served. State v. Michael Taylor, III, $5,000 personal recognizance bond, day report until sentencing at 9:30 a.m., June 10. State v. Roxanne Russell, sentenced to one year in regional jail, credit for time served, with home confinement as possibility. State v. Phillip L. Johnson, home confinement revoked, remanded to department of corrections to serve sentence.
State v. Christopher M. VanMeter, sentenced to two years probation with day report and drug testing. State v. Jennifer Brown, probation revoked and returned to jail. Landers v. Campbell Transportation Co., hearing on motion to compel physical examination taken under advisement. State v. Megan Hammack, hearing at 4 p.m., May 20, trial on May 21. Liberati v. Wandling, settled. State v. Debra L. Scott, hearing set for 9:30 a.m., May 31. State v. Kimberly C. Castillo, sentencing, defendant did not appear and capias warrant was issued. State v. Jarred M. Bright, continued to 9:30 a.m., May 20.
State v. Misty D. Litchfield, continued to trial date on May 21. State v. Robin L. Zuransky, plea agreement reached, hearing at 10:30 a.m., May 20. State v. Johnny S. Hall, ready for trial on May 21. State v. Joseph L. Smith, extradition waived to Ohio. State v. Denver K. Saunders, plea agreement reached, hearing set for 10 a.m., June 17. State v. David H. Smith, pretrial hearing. $75,000 bond with condition of home confinement if Gallia County permits, trial date May 21. State v. Robert Siders, III, bond modification denied.