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Record: Reported June 27

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Charges filed

Jason Alan Thompson, 27, of Elkhart, Ind., was charged with driving under the influence stemming from a May 7 incident.

James M. Worthington, 59, of Rushville, was charged with driving under the influence stemming from an April 28 incident.

Brad D. LeClair, 44, of Ursa, was charged with driving under the influence stemming from a May 3 incident.

William F. Welchert, 32, of 636 Jackson, was charged with driving under the influence stemming from a May 8 incident.

Ashley F. Hackamack, 25, of Loraine, was charged with driving under the influence stemming from a May 7 incident.

Robert W. Gutekunst, 54, of 1035 Duxbury Court, was charged with driving under the influence stemming from a May 15 incident.

Brandy S. Hill, 32, of 8127 York, was charged with driving under the influence stemming from a May 15 incident.

Jason Dean Orr, 37, of 2918 Schildt Lane, was charged with driving under the influence stemming from a May 13 incident.

Chad Edward Cook, 26, of 2225 N. 12th, was charged with driving under the influence stemming from a May 14 incident.

Nicole R. Head, 30, of Canton, Mo., was charged with driving under the influence stemming from a May 15 incident.

Lucinda Lynn Couchman, 56, of 5522 Town and Country, was charged with driving under the influence stemming from a May 13 incident.

Chad M. Weber, 33, of Rushville, was charged with driving under the influence stemming from a May 15 incident.

Bryce C. Snarr, 23, of 1727 Adams, was charged with driving under the influence stemming from a May 15 incident.

Anthony L. Peck, 27, of 2213 Jefferson, was charged with driving under the influence stemming from a May 23 incident.

Joseph C. Gintz, 45, of 1235 Maine, was charged with driving under the influence stemming from a May 21 incident.

Stella Amanda Shake, 32, of 1506 Madison, was charged with driving under the influence stemming from a May 22 incident.

Benjamin Edward Zanger, 25, of Mendon, was charged with driving under the influence stemming from a May 28 incident.

John W. Childers, 42, of Rushville, was charged with driving under the influence stemming from a June 3 incident.

Kyle A. Morris, 22, of Ursa, was charged with driving under the influence stemming from a June 4 incident.

 

 

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