11 sentenced in Clinton County Court of Common Pleas


By Gary Huffenberger - ghuffenberger@civitasmedia.com



WILMINGTON — The following people were sentenced recently in Clinton County Court of Common Pleas. Listed are a defendant’s name, age, their town of residence, the crime the defendant was found guilty of, and the terms of the sentence.

• Kyle D. Huston, 24, of Martinsville, was sentenced to prison for 18 months after being convicted of having a weapon under disability, and two counts of receiving stolen property. He received time credit of 71 days served in jail in the case. Huston was ordered to pay $80 restitution.

• Andrew Hill, 34, of Wilmington, was sentenced to prison for 18 months after being convicted of tampering with evidence. He was granted time credit of 66 days he already served in jail in the case.

• Travis Levi Creamer, 33, of Sabina, was placed on community controls for a three-year period, given a six-month jail sentence, and spent 39 days in jail with the remainder of the jail term suspended. He was found guilty of three counts of aggravated drug possession.

• Amanda Eve Smith, 23, of Wilmington and formerly of Yellow Springs, was placed on community controls for a two-year period, given a six-month jail sentence and served 88 days in jail, with the remainder of the jail term suspended. She was found guilty of the illegal assembly or possession of chemicals for the manufacture of drugs.

• Scott Coates, 33, of Xenia, was placed on community controls for a two-year period, given a six-month jail sentence, and must take part in the STAR Community Justice Center residential program. He was found guilty of three counts of aggravated drug possession.

• David Joseph Denney, 26, of Sabina, was put on community controls for two years, given a six-month jail sentence and served eight days in jail, with the remainder of the jail term suspended. He was found guilty of theft from a person in a protected class.

• Misty Lea Collins, 37, of Wilmington, was placed on community controls for a two-year period, given a six-month jail sentence and spent two days in jail. She must take part in the STAR Community Justice Center residential program. Her vehicle operator license is suspended for one year, and she is fined $375. She was found guilty of DUI and two counts of vehicular assault.

• Andrew James Calhoun, 33, of Wilmington, was put on community controls for one year, given a six-month jail sentence and served seven days, with the remainder of the jail term suspended. He was found guilty of the aggravated possession of drugs.

• Brian N. Scheadler, 40, of Goshen, Ohio, was placed on community controls for a five-year period, given a six-month jail sentence and spent two days in jail, with the remainder of the jail term suspended. He was ordered to pay past-due dollars in child support. He was found guilty of nonsupport of dependents.

• Thomas Arthur Grimes, 25, of Wilmington, was placed on community controls for a two-year period, given a six-month jail sentence and spent one day in jail, with the remainder of the jail term suspended. He was found guilty of the aggravated possession of drugs.

• Suzanne Tibbe, 48, of Russellville, Ohio, was placed on community controls for a two-year period, given a six-month jail sentence and spent two days in jail, with the remainder of the jail term suspended. She was found guilty of three counts of theft of drugs.

Reach Gary Huffenberger at 937-556-5768.

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By Gary Huffenberger

ghuffenberger@civitasmedia.com