OH - Toledo, WhtMale, 2 months, UP17671, May '17 & Baby Jane Doe, Feb '20 - found in cars *arrests*

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  1. Niner

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    Looks like Jenna's trial will start on 8/18/20.
     
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    for Jacob:

    7/30/2020 1 Title : HRG PRETRIAL HEARING HELD
    771-000026299 issued by 203 ()

    July 30, 2020. Court Reporter KENDRA CARROLL, Assistant
    Prosecutor FRANK SPRYSZAK by video, PETER G BOYER by
    video on behalf of the Defendant, and Defendant JACOB
    ANDREW CISNEROS present by video.

    Matter called for Pretrial Hearing. Pretrial held. Trial
    date of August 11, 2020 vacated and reset for Trial on
    September 15, 2020 at 9:00 a.m. Defendant waived time
    orally in open court.

    Bond is reset at S/OR with Electronic Monitoring.

    JUDGE LINDA J JENNINGS
    PARTY : D1 - CISNEROS JACOB ANDREW

    7/30/2020 3 Title : EVT:ORD FILE/JOUR $ EFF 6/1/13
    E JOURNALIZED 07-31-2020
    PERTAINING TO PRETRIAL HEARING HELD
    Sent via email to D-2's attorney on 2020-07-31 02:25:13 PM:
    JOHN B. THEBES
    jbthebes@gmail.com
    Sent via email to D-1's attorney on 2020-07-31 02:25:13 PM:
    PETER G BOYER
    pboyerlaw@sbcglobal.net
    Sent via email to -0's attorney on 2020-07-31 02:25:13 PM:
    FRANK H SPRYSZAK
    fspryszak@co.lucas.oh.us
    PARTY : D1 - CISNEROS JACOB ANDREW

    link: Clerk of Courts Docket
     
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    Tuesday, August 18th:
    *Trial set to begin (@ 9am ET) – OH – Baby Boy Doe (2 mos. or younger) (found May 11, 2017 decomposing in a 1988 Ford Mustang, South Toledo) & Baby Jane Doe (infant) (found Feb. 10, 2020 decomposing in PT Cruiser which had been towed to police lot) – only for *Jenna Nicole Cisneros (34) arrested & charged (2/3/20) & arraigned (2/4/20) with involuntary 1st degree manslaughter & endangering children. Those charges were dismissed (on 2/13/20) , indicted (2/13/20) & arraigned (2/19/20) with 1 count of 1st degree involuntary manslaughter, 2 counts of 3rd degree endangering children, 2 counts of 3rd degree tampering with evidence & 2 counts of 3rd degree obstruction of justice. Plead not guilty. $400K bond. Bond changed (2/19/20) to $1,225,000.
    Trial was set to start on 8/11/20-continued to 8/18/20
    DNA & court info from 4/7/20 thru 6/2/20 reference post #99 here:
    OH - Toledo, WhtMale, 2 months, UP17671, May '17 & Baby Jane Doe, Feb '20 - found in cars *arrests*

    6/30/20 Update: Hearing held with Judge Linda J. Jennings, Asst Prosecutor Frank Spryszak, Peter G. Boyer, defense attorney & defendants Cisneros by video. For Jenna: matter called for competency hearing was admitted; rescheduled for receipt of general psych evaluation on 7/28 @ 9am. Filed by prosecutor-State's notice of intent to use redacted version of defendant's recorded interviews for Jacob. Trial is set to begin on 8/11/20.
    7/28/20 Update: Jenna: Hearing by video. Defendant present by video; receipt of General Psych evaluation; pursuant to the request of defendant matter rescheduled for trial on 8/18/20 at 9am. Bond continued at $1,225,000 no 10%. Defendant is remanded to custody of Lucas County Sheriff's Dept.
    *Jacob Andrew Cisneros (33) – Trial set to begin on 9/15/20.
     
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    What an odd case! Hopefully we find out what the hell happened here
     
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    South Toledo mother accused of leaving two dead infants in cars pleads no contest

    August 18, 2020

    A South Toledo woman entered a plea Tuesday in Lucas County Common Pleas Court after the remains of her two infant son and daughter were found decomposing in separate vehicles 2.5 years apart.

    But while the case against Jenna Cisneros, 34, now has moved closer to closure with her decision to enter a no contest plea, the events that culminated with the abandonment of two dead children remains a mystery.
    [.....]
    On Tuesday Jenna Cisneros, who has three living children, entered a no contest plea to all charges during an appearance before Judge Linda Jennings. The endangering children charges will merge with the involuntary manslaughter charges, so she faces a maximum sentence of 34 years in prison.

    The mother’s voice cracked under her mask when Judge Jennings asked if she understood the potential penalties.

    “Yes, your honor,” she answered.
    [.....]
    Unfortunately, some of the questions remain unanswered, Frank Spryszak, deputy chief of the Lucas County Prosecutor’s Office, said Tuesday following Cisneros’ plea.

    “I would say that’s probably the most frustrating aspect of this case because I would like to get some kind of formal, final resolution outside of just a plea and a conviction,” he said. “We may never get to that point and it’s ultimately going to be up to Mrs. Cisneros if she wants to finally come clean and explain what happened.”
    [.....]
    But once the story broke about the couples’ arrest, a former co-worker of the mother commented on social media that there was text-message evidence that showed Cisneros acknowledging the birth of the infant girl, who was named Giovanna Gabrielle Cisneros, prosecutors said.
    [.....]
    As the investigation continued, Cisneros told police during a Jan. 15 interview that she did not recall giving birth, and that her husband did nothing wrong, Mr. Spryszak said.

    The case before Mr. Cisneros, 34, is pending before Judge Jennings, and scheduled to go to trial on Sept. 15.

    A DNA test confirmed the couple were the biological parents of the children.
    [.....]
    No mental impediments were found for Cisneros during two separate psychological evaluations, her defense attorney, John Thebes said on Tuesday. However, Mr Thebes argued that his client suffers from anxiety and depression, along with possible other disorders, and her mental health remains a key dispute between the defense and the prosecution.

    He acknowledged that prosecutors had a strong case against his client based on circumstantial evidence.

    “We believe it’s in her best interest to enter a plea, resolve the case through a plea as opposed to going to trial. At this point, we’re really throwing ourselves at the mercy of the court and hopefully at sentencing we will be able to show the court why she should receive a sentence of the lower end of the spectrum,” Mr. Thebes said.

    Mr. Thebes said he hopes at sentencing — scheduled for Sept. 9 — to paint a better picture of who his client is as a person — past, present, and future.
     
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    Wednesday, Sept. 9th:
    *Sentencing Hearing (@ 1:30pm ET) – OH – Baby Boy Doe (2 mos. or younger) (found May 11, 2017 decomposing in a 1988 Ford Mustang, South Toledo) & Giovanna Gabrielle Cisneros (was Baby Jane Doe) (infant) (found Feb. 10, 2020 decomposing in PT Cruiser which had been towed to police lot) – only for *Jenna Nicole Cisneros (34) arrested & charged (2/3/20) & arraigned (2/4/20) with involuntary 1st degree manslaughter & endangering children. Those charges were dismissed (on 2/13/20) , indicted (2/13/20), charged & arraigned (2/19/20) with 1 count of 1st degree involuntary manslaughter, 2 counts of 3rd degree endangering children, 2 counts of 3rd degree tampering with evidence & 2 counts of 3rd degree obstruction of justice. Plead not guilty. $400K bond. Bond changed (2/19/20) to $1,225,000.
    Trial was to start on 8/18/20, but plead no contest.
    DNA & court info from 4/7/20 thru 6/30/20 reference post #105 here:
    OH - Toledo, WhtMale, 2 months, UP17671, May '17 & Baby Jane Doe, Feb '20 - found in cars *arrests*

    7/28/20 Update: Jenna: Hearing by video. Defendant present by video; receipt of General Psych evaluation; pursuant to the request of defendant matter rescheduled for trial on 8/18/20 at 9am. Bond continued at $1,225,000 no 10%. Defendant is remanded to custody of Lucas County Sheriff's Dept.
    8/18/20 Day 1 of Trial: Cisneros, who has three living children, entered a no contest plea to all charges during an appearance before Judge Linda Jennings. The endangering children charges will merge with the involuntary manslaughter charges, so she faces a maximum sentence of 34 years in prison. Sentencing on 9/9/20.
    *Jacob Andrew Cisneros (33) – Trial set to begin on 9/15/20.

     
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    Jenna:

    9/9/2020 2 Title : SENTENCED TO JAIL (SB2)
    777-000004817 issued by 203 ()

    On September 09, 2020 defendant's sentencing hearing was
    held pursuant to R.C. 2929.19. Court reporter KENDRA
    CARROLL, defense attorney JOHN B. THEBES and the State's
    attorney FRANK SPRYSZAK and SARA AL-SORGHALI were present
    as was the defendant JENNA NICOLE CISNEROS, who was
    afforded all rights pursuant to Crim.R. 32. The Court has
    considered the record, oral statements, any victim impact
    statement and presentence report prepared, as well as the
    principles and purposes of sentencing under R.C. 2929.11,
    and has balanced the seriousness, recidivism and other
    relevant factors under R.C. 2929.12.

    The Court finds on August 18, 2020 the defendant entered a
    plea of No Contest and was found guilty by the Court of
    Count 1, Involuntary Manslaughter, a violation of R.C.
    2903.04(A)&(C), a felony of the First degree; Count 2,
    Endangering Children, a violation of R.C.
    2919.22(A)&(E)(1)&(E)(2)(c), a felony of the Third degree;
    Count 3, Tampering With Evidence, a violation of R.C.
    2921.12(A)(1)&(B), a felony of the Third degree; Count 4,
    Obstructing Justice, a violation of R.C.
    2921.32(A)(5)&(C)(1)&(C)(4), a felony of the Third degree;
    Count 5, Involuntary Manslaughter, a violation of R.C.
    2903.04(A)&(C), a felony of the First degree; Count 6,
    Endangering Children, a violation of R.C.
    2919.22(A)&(E)(1)&(E)(2)(c), a felony of the Third degree;
    Count 7, Tampering With Evidence, a violation of R.C.
    2921.12(A)(1)&(B), a felony of the Third degree; Count 8,
    Obstructing Justice, a violation of R.C.
    2921.32(A)(5)&(C)(1)&(C)(4), a felony of the Third degree.

    It is ORDERED that defendant serve a term of 10 years in
    prison
    as to Count 1; 30 months in prison as to Count 3;
    30 months in prison as to Count 4; 10 years in prison as
    to Count 5; 30 months in prison as to Count 7; and 30
    months in prison
    as to Count 8. The sentences in Counts 3
    and 4 are ordered to be served concurrently to each other.
    The sentences in Counts 7 & 8 are ordered to be served
    concurrently to each other. Being necessary to fulfill
    the purposes of R.C. 2929.11 and 2929.14(C)(4),
    consecutive sentence are necessary to protect the public
    from future crime or to punish the offender and are not
    disproportionate to the seriousness of the offender's
    conduct and to the danger the offender poses to the
    public. The court further finds the harm caused was great
    or unusual such that no single prison term is adequate,
    therefore the sentences in Counts 1 and 5 are ordered to
    be served consecutively to each other and consecutively to
    the sentences in Counts 3 & 4 and Counts 7 & 8, for an
    aggregate sentence of 25 years in prison. Pursuant to
    R.C. 2929.19(B)(2)(f), Defendant must not ingest or be
    injected with a drug of abuse and must submit to random
    drug-testing, the results of which must be negative.

    Defendant notified he/she may be eligible to earn days of
    credit under the circumstances specified in R.C. 2967.193,
    and that these days of credit are not automatic, but must
    be earned in the manner provided for in R.C. 2967.193. The
    aggregate days of credit under this section shall not
    exceed 8% of the total number of days of the stated prison
    term.

    It is further ORDERED the defendant is subject to 5 years
    mandatory post-release control as to count 1, up to 3
    years discretionary post-release control as to count 3, up
    to 3 years discretionary post-release control as to count
    4, 5 years mandatory post-release control as to count 5,
    up to 3 years discretionary post-release control as to
    count 7, up to 3 years discretionary post-release control
    as to count 8, after the defendant's release from
    imprisonment pursuant to R.C. 2967.28 and 2929.14.

    Defendant given notice of appellate rights under R.C.
    2953.08. Defendant notified of 5 years mandatory post-
    release control as to count 1, up to 3 years discretionary
    post-release control as to count 3, up to 3 years
    discretionary post-release control as to count 4, 5 years
    mandatory post-release control as to count 5, up to 3
    years discretionary post-release control as to count 7, up
    to 3 years discretionary post-release control as to count
    8.

    Defendant notified that if post release control conditions
    are violated the adult parole authority or parole board
    may impose a more restrictive or longer control sanction
    or return a defendant to prison for up to nine months for
    each violation, up to a maximum of 50% of the stated term
    originally imposed. Defendant further notified that if
    the violation of post release control conditions is a new
    felony, a defendant may be both returned to prison for the
    greater of one year or the time remaining on post release
    control, plus receive a prison term for the new felony.
    CONTINUED ON NEXT ENTRY . . . .
    PARTY : D2 - CISNEROS JENNA NICOLE

    9/9/2020 3 Title : SENTENCED TO JAIL (SB2)
    CONTINUED FROM PREVIOUS ENTRY . . .

    Count 1 is an allied offense with Count 2 and the State of
    Ohio at the time of the plea elected to sentence on Count
    1. Count 5 is an allied offense with Count 6 and the
    State of Ohio at the time of the plea elected to sentence
    on Count 5.

    Defendant is therefore ORDERED conveyed to the custody of
    the Ohio Department of Rehabilitation and Corrections,
    Marysville forthwith. Credit for 220 days is granted as
    of this date along with future custody days while
    defendant awaits transportation to the appropriate state
    institution.

    Defendant notified that under federal law 18 USC 922(g)
    and state law, as a result of a felony conviction or a
    misdemeanor offense of violence conviction against a
    family or household member, defendant shall never be able
    to ship, use, receive, purchase, own, transport, or
    otherwise possess a firearm or ammunition and violation is
    punishable as a felony offense.

    Defendant found to have, or reasonably may be expected to
    have, the means to pay all or part of the applicable costs
    of supervision, confinement, assigned counsel, and
    prosecution as authorized by law. Defendant ordered to
    reimburse the State of Ohio and Lucas County for such
    costs. This order of reimbursement is a judgment
    enforceable pursuant to law by the parties in whose favor
    it is entered. Defendant further ordered to pay the cost
    assessed pursuant to R.C. 9.92(C), 2929.18 and 2951.021 if
    not sentenced to ODRC. Notification pursuant to R.C.
    2947.23 given.

    Defendant ordered remanded into custody of Lucas County
    Sheriff for immediate transportation to appropriate state
    institution.

    JUDGE LINDA J JENNINGS
    PARTY : D2 - CISNEROS JENNA NICOLE

    link: https://lcapps.co.lucas.oh.us/onlin...1/2100&PARTY=0&LCKEY=HlhzN9pFmtPXXQB09KS+ZQ==
     
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    Having some internet trouble so I'm copying and pasting from someone else who copied and pasted this article:

    Update: Mother gets 25 years in prison after two children found dead in abandoned vehicles

    There may never be a clear-cut explanation about what happened when a South Toledo mother gave birth to two infants, only for their bodies to be found in separate vehicles years apart.

    During a lengthy criminal investigation, Jenna Cisneros, 34, provided logic-defying and conflicting accounts of how she gave birth and abandoned her children over a span of approximately 2½ years, Lucas County Common Pleas Court Judge Linda Jennings said during a sentencing hearing Wednesday.

    Cisneros walked into the courtroom with her head down.

    She rocked side-to-side as she waited to learn her fate.

    Then Judge Jennings sentenced her to 25 years in prison, not quite the 34-year maximum she faced.

    “Your actions are so horrific, they are void of description,” the judge said. “You killed two of your babies and left them to decay in two different vehicles. It is incomprehensible that a mother could do this, not to one child, but two children that you carried for nine months. You stand here today in tears saying that you're sorry, but you fail to accept responsibility.”

    The criminal case that resulted in Cisenros’ prison sentence started in May, 2017, when a baby boy — still referred to only as ‘John Doe’ — was found in a tarp-covered vehicle in the 2400 block of Vaness Drive in Toledo.

    There was no indication where the baby boy came from until cold-case detectives in November, 2019, submitted DNA samples to AdvancedDNA, a private company that specializes in forensic genealogy.

    The DNA then linked the baby to his parents: Jenna and her husband, Jacob Cisneros, prosecutors said.

    The baby’s decomposing remains showed no signs of bodily trauma, and no anatomical or toxicological cause of death was determined by the Lucas County Coroner’s Office.

    In February, 2020, the husband and wife were arrested for the death of baby John Doe. Then, as police continued their investigation, they located the remains of an infant girl — later identified as Giovanna Gabrielle Cisneros — in an abandoned Chrysler PT Cruiser registered to the couple.
    Cisneros initially denied being pregnant and told investigators she did not recall giving birth to either child, but she had told a co-worker that her daughter died from health complications at a hospital in Ann Arbor.

    In a third version of events, Cisneros claimed she gave birth to both babies inside their vehicle in Holland grocery store parking lots. They were both stillborn, she claimed.

    She told police she birthed the baby boy in the PT Cruiser in a Kroger parking lot in Holland. She claimed that she cleaned the vehicle, and then at some point, the baby was placed in another vehicle on Vaness Drive, prosecutors said. The child was found clothed and wrapped in a blanket.

    As for the baby girl, Cisneros informed her husband that she was pregnant, to which he replied in a text message that he had no desire to have another child.

    Regarding the baby girl, Cisneros told a co-worker through text messages that she gave birth to Giovanna in late October, 2018, at ProMedica Flower Hospital, but the baby had health complications and later died at Mott Children’s Hospital in Ann Arbor.

    Prosecutors said there were no birth or medical records for either baby.

    She told investigators that she also gave birth to the girl inside the PT Cruiser in the Walmart parking lot in Holland, and she said she did not clean the vehicle. The baby’s remains were later found in that car, which was left at an apartment complex when the family moved.

    However, Toledo police determined there was no physical evidence that a child was born in the vehicle, leading to “another example of Mrs. Cisneros not being truthful with us when she had an opportunity,” said Frank Spryszak, deputy chief of the Lucas County Prosecutor's Office.

    A cause of death was undetermined for the baby boy.

    While the baby girl’s cause of death was determined to be asphyxia by the umbilical cord, the coroner’s office ruled it undetermined — or unable to say if the death was natural, accidental, or intentional — which is why Cisneros was not charged with murder.

    Regardless she did not seek medical care for the babies.

    “We don’t have the specific answers as to if the child was legitimately stillborn, there were complications, or she actually killed the child,” Mr. Spryszak said. “Because she’s never given us legitimate, straight answers regarding anything else, it’s difficult for us to believe that this was a stillborn child, speaking of the second child.

    But it’s a matter of what you know and what you can prove, which is why we indicted her the way we did.”

    When it was her turn to speak on Wednesday, Cisneros apologized and asked the judge for leniency and mercy.
    “I need help with my mental illness. I need help,” she said, barely audible through tears.

    Jenna Cisneros in August entered a no-contest plea to felony charges of involuntary manslaughter, endangering children, tampering with evidence, and obstructing justice. Jacob Cisneros faces the same charges in a case pending before Judge Jennings.

    Defense lawyer John Thebes on Wednesday said Jenna Cisneros’ mental-health struggles and strained relationship with her husband culminated in her irrational actions.

    In the past, he said, Cisneros was diagnosed with schizoaffective disorder, bipolar disorder, depression, and post-traumatic stress disorder following a history of abuse.
    “All of those factors were a smoldering bomb that were about to go off as she advanced in age,” Mr. Thebes said.

    Many have asked why Cisneros didn’t take the babies to a safe haven, such as a fire station.
    “She doesn’t know why,” Mr. Thebes said. “She didn’t act like any normal, rational person.”

    Family members and others from the community wrote letters to the judge, describing Cisneros as good mother to her three living children. No relatives were present for the sentencing hearing.

    Judge Jennings noted that any mental health issues that Cisneros was suffering from did not interfere with raising three other children or from holding a job.
    Mother gets 25 years in prison after two children found dead in abandoned vehicles

    I bolded the important parts.

    I hope the story from Jacob is more clear-cut. Absolutely nothing about this case makes sense. I think the three living, seemingly thriving children are throwing me off more than anything else.

    I do want to highlight the fact that the female baby's cause of death was asphyxia by the umbilical cord, but they're unable to determine the manner of death (natural, accidental, or intentional). For anyone like me wondering how common it is and how likely it was to happen naturally: "According to WHO, 4 millions deaths yearly occurred due to birth asphyxia, representing 38% of all deaths of children under 5 years of age." (“Risk factors of birth asphyxia”)
     
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    Nothing on court site this morning that this trial has been cancelled. I'll check back later today....

    Tuesday, Sept. 15th:
    *Trial set to begin (@ 9am ET) – OH – Baby Boy Doe (2 mos. or younger) (found May 11, 2017 decomposing in a 1988 Ford Mustang, South Toledo) & Giovanna Gabrielle Cisneros (was Baby Jane Doe) (infant) (found Feb. 10, 2020 decomposing in PT Cruiser which had been towed to police lot) – only for *Jacob Andrew Cisneros (33) arrested & charged (2/3/20) & arraigned (2/4/20) with involuntary 1st degree manslaughter & endangering children. Those charges were dismissed (on 2/13/20) , indicted (2/13/20), Charged & arraigned (2/19/20) with 2 counts of 1st degree involuntary manslaughter, 2 counts of 3rd degree endangering children, 2 counts of 3rd degree tampering with evidence & 2 counts of 3rd degree obstruction of justice. Plead not guilty. $400K bond. Bond changed (2/19/20) to $1,225,000.
    Trial set to begin on 9/15/20.
    DNA & court info from 4/7/20 thru 6/2/20 reference post #99 here:
    OH - Toledo, WhtMale, 2 months, UP17671, May '17 & Baby Jane Doe, Feb '20 - found in cars *arrests*

    6/30/20 Update: Hearing held with Judge Linda J. Jennings, Asst Prosecutor Frank Spryszak, Peter G. Boyer, defense attorney & defendants Cisneros by video. For Jenna: matter called for competency hearing was admitted; rescheduled for receipt of general psych evaluation on 7/28 @ 9am. Filed by prosecutor-State's notice of intent to use redacted version of defendant's recorded interviews for Jacob. Trial is set to begin on 8/11/20.
    7/30/20 Update: On Thursday, Mr. Cisneros appeared before Judge Linda Jennings by video connection and was released from the Lucas County jail on electronic monitoring. Prosecutors said the move was necessary to ensure charges against the defendant were not dropped. Jacob was released from jail Thursday due to speedy trial issues amid the coronavirus pandemic. Jacob was scheduled for trial Aug. 11, but that date fell outside of modified speedy trial requirements put into place by state lawmakers. A new trial date for Mr. Cisneros has been set for Sept. 15.
    *Jenna Nicole Cisneros (34) – 8/17/20: Plead no contest. Sentenced on 9/9/20: 10 years in prison as to Count 1; 30 months in prison as to Count 3; 30 months in prison as to Count 4; 10 years in prison as to Count 5; 30 months in prison as to Count 7; and 30 months in prison as to Count 8. The sentences in Counts 3 & 4 are ordered to be served concurrently to each other.
     
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    9/15/2020 1 Title : TRIAL RESCHED AT DEF REQUEST
    764-000024016 issued by 203 ()

    September 15, 2020. Court Reporter KENDRA CARROLL,
    Assistant Prosecutor FRANK SPRYSZAK, PETER G BOYER on
    behalf of the Defendant, and Defendant JACOB ANDREW
    CISNEROS present in court.

    Matter called for Trial. Motion granted pursuant to the
    request of Defendant to continue trial date. Pursuant to
    R.C. 2945.02, ends of justice required continuance.

    Trial date of September 15, 2020 vacated and rescheduled
    for trial on October 27, 2020 at 9:00 a.m.

    Bond continued at S/OR with Electronic Monitoring.

    JUDGE LINDA J JENNINGS
    PARTY : D1 - CISNEROS JACOB ANDREW

    link: Clerk of Courts Docket
     
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    just an update on the docket.

    9/16/2020 2 Title : EVT:ORD FILE/JOUR $ EFF 6/1/13
    E JOURNALIZED 09-16-2020
    PERTAINING TO:MATTER CALLED FOR TRIAL
    Sent via email to -0's attorney on 2020-09-16 04:05:50 PM:
    FRANK H SPRYSZAK
    fspryszak@co.lucas.oh.us
    Sent via email to D-2's attorney on 2020-09-16 04:05:50 PM:
    JOHN B. THEBES
    jbthebes@gmail.com
    Sent via email to D-1's attorney on 2020-09-16 04:05:50 PM:
    PETER G BOYER
    pboyerlaw@sbcglobal.net
    PARTY : D1 - CISNEROS JACOB ANDREW

    link: Clerk of Courts Docket
     
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