Time in prison for burglary, B&E at Wilmington residence

Defendant takes jewelry boxes

By Gary Huffenberger - ghuffenberger@civitasmedia.com



WILMINGTON — A local man received an 18-month prison term for a residential burglary in the Warren Knolls Subdivision on Wilmington’s west end.

John H. Pinkerton III, 31, of Wilmington, was found guilty of both burglary and of breaking-and-entering for the Feb. 13, 2017 incident.

On that date, Wilmington police were notified of a burglary-in-progress and also obtained a witness’ description of the suspect leaving the scene with a red backpack. WPD Chief Detective Josh Riley patrolled the area and observed the described suspect, according to an affidavit in the case file.

The backpack contained two jewelry boxes, missing from the residence where other boxes on a dresser top had been gone through, police said.

Court papers state that prosecutors will not oppose a judicial release prior to the term being fully served if Pinkerton has a positive record in prison.

The defendant was granted 107 days credit toward the prison term for time he already spent at the Clinton County Jail in the case.

In other recent sentences:

• Stephanie M. Kintz, 33, of Wilmington, received a seven-month prison term for grand theft vehicle and for receiving stolen property. She was put into the custody of the Ohio Department of Rehabilitation and Corrections to serve her time in the Ohio Reformatory for Women.

She was granted credit of 89 days toward her prison sentence for time she spent in jail on the case.

• Brady T. Yaden, 20, of Wilmington, received a two-year term of community controls, which includes a combination of sanctions, for theft from a protected class and for failing to appear in court. The sanctions include jail, taking part in the residential STAR Community Justice Center’s programming, and to pay all court costs.

• Tiffany M. Rubenstahl, 34, of Norwood, Ohio, was placed under community controls for a one-year term after being found guilty of aggravated possession of drugs in Clinton County. She received a suspended six-month jail term, having served one day in the county jail. She also must pay all court costs.

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Defendant takes jewelry boxes

By Gary Huffenberger