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Dixon Municipal Court report for October 2015

DIXON, Mo. (Oct. 27, 2015) — The following people were charged with crimes in Dixon Municipal Court:

April Emanuele of Lebanon, charged with possession of drug paraphernalia for an incident on June 28.
Roger Bean of Dixon, charged with assault on Oct. 05.
Donetta Norwood of Dixon, charged with shoplifting on Sept. 15.
Myong Hamilton of Jefferson City, charged with speeding on Sept. 3.
Amanda Rule of Dixon, charged with speeding on Oct. 21.
Stanley Fick of Rogersville, charged with speeding of Oct. 21.
Christopher Daily of Dixon, charged with one count each of driving with no insurance and without a valid license on Sept. 27.
James Direx of St. Robert, charged wth speeding on Aug. 15
Sherry Sharp of Dixon, charged with one count each of driving with no insurance and failure to register a motor vehicle on Oct. 8.
Hayden Campbell of Dixon, charged with assault on Oct. 5.
Kevin Falter of Freeburg, charged with speeding on Oct. 14.
Carless Campbell of Dixon, charged with driving without a valid license on Sept. 12 and with one count each of careless and imprudent driving and of failure to yield to an emergency vehicle on Oct. 18.
Justine Adams of Ulman, charged with failure to stop at a stop sign on Oct. 24.
Stacy Johnson of St. James, charged with speeding on Oct. 14.
Bryan Copeland of Dixon, charged with one count each of disturbing the peace and failure to comply with a law enforcement officer and two counts of disorderly conduct on Sept. 19.
Vince Caldwell of Dixon, charged with disorderly conduct on Sept. 19.
Sharlene Richardson of Jefferson City, charged with one count each of speeding and driving while her license was suspended on Sept. 28.
James Darnielle of St. Charles, charged with possession of drug paraphernalia on Aug. 13 and stealing on Oct. 21.
David Timmons of Dixon, charged with driving while his license was revoked on Aug. 17.
Ronald Foster of Dixon, charged with speeding on Aug. 13.
Jennifer Reynolds of St Charles, charged with speeding on Sept. 9.
Steven Ewald of Dixon, charged with assault on Aug. 24.
Kyle Miller of Salem, charged with driving without a valid license on Aug. 19.

The Dixon Municipal Court reminds everyone that these charges are merely an accusation and these individuals remain innocent until proven guilty.

The following individuals were found guilty of the offense(s) charged by the Dixon Municipal Court:

Roger Bean of Dixon was found guilty of two counts of disorderly conduct, one count of failure to comply, one count of harassment, and sentenced to total fines and court costs of $1,522.50 with two years court-supervised probation and a 30-day suspended jail term.
Thomas Muhfeld of Dixon was found guilty of failure to register a motor vehicle and sentenced to pay fines and court costs of $84.50.
Jennifer Reynolds of St. Charles was found guilty of speeding and sentenced to pay fines and court costs of $89.50.
April Emanuele of Lebanon was found guilty of possession of drug paraphernalia and sentenced to pay fines and court costs of $524.50.
James Darnielle of St. Charles was found guilty of possession of drug paraphernalia and sentenced to pay fines and court costs of $524.50.
Kyle Miller of Salem was found guilty of driving without a valid license and sentenced to pay fines and court costs of $283.50.
David Timmons of Dixon was found guilty of driving while his license was revoked and sentenced to pay fines and court costs of $524.50 and serve 10 days jail time.
Ronald Foster of Dixon was found guilty of speeding and sentenced to pay fines and court costs of $87.50.

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