Municipal court reports: 3 Blan residents sentenced


By John Hamilton - jhamilton@wnewsj.com



WILMINGTON — Three Blanchester residents facing charges in regards to their small home which housed 20 dogs and 11 people at the time, according to police, were convicted of several charges in Clinton County Municipal Court.

BPD Chief Scott Reinbolt had stated in April that the residence was in poor condition and lacked adequate sleeping accommodations for the five children.

After a hearing in April one of the residents stated that the residence had been cleaned; the children were still residing there.

All but one of the dogs were taken by the Clinton County Dog Warden and placed in local humane societies.

The following report is compiled using a disposition report provided by Clinton County Municipal Court. Those sentenced in the above-mentioned case were:

• Sheila McNichols, 43, of Blanchester, two counts of child endangerment, sentenced to 60 days in jail (suspended), assessed $125 court costs. McNichols must commit no further offenses for four years, complete non-reporting probation, shall not possess or have any companion animals for four years at their residence.

• Vickie McNichols, 65, of Blanchester, three counts of animal cruelty, sentenced to 90 days in jail (suspended), fined $500, assessed $125 court costs. McNichols must commit no further offenses for six years, complete non-reporting probation, and must not possess any companion animals for six years.

• Angela Allen, 39, of Blanchester, two counts of animal cruelty, sentenced to 60 days in jail (suspended). Allen must commit no further offenses for two years, complete non-reporting probation, and shall not possess any companion animal for two years.

The following continues this list of those who pled guilty or were found guilty Oct. 8-12:

• Brooke West, 19, of Wilmington, obstructing official business, driving under suspension-failing to appear/pay fine, driving under suspension, sentenced to 30 days in jail (suspended), fined $750, assessed $375 court costs. West must complete 24 hours of community service, write a letter of apology to the arresting officer, must commit no further offenses for two years and complete non-reporting probation. Additional charges of no operator’s license, two counts of driving under suspension-financial, going 72 in a 50 mph speed zone and headlights violation.

• Melissa West, 20, of Wilmington, trespassing, driving under suspension-financial, sentenced to 30 days in jail (suspended), fined $500, assessed $250 court costs. West must complete 16 hours of community service, write a letter of apology to the victim and have no contact with them. Additional charges of driving under suspension-failing to appear/pay fine and a turn signal violation were dismissed.

• Shea Williams, 29, of Blanchester, falsification, sentenced to 30 days in jail (suspended), fined $250, assessed $125 court costs. Williams must commit no further offenses for two years and complete non-reporting probation, pay $15,196 to benefit Ohio Department of Job & Family Services, shall not seek SNAP benefits from ODJFS for two years from Sept. 22, 2018.

• Joshua Hall, 27, of Wilmington, assault. The charge was amended from a domestic violence charge. Hall must commit no more offenses in Clinton County for the rest of the year.

• Donald Kinney, 28, of Wilmington, failure to comply, resisting arrest, sentenced to 60 days in jail, fined $250, assessed $125 court costs.

• Chad Tyo, 44, of Sabina, resisting arrest, sentenced to 32 days in jail.

• Tyler Burnette, 24, of Wilmington, obstructing official business, falsification, sentenced to 20 days in jail, fined $500, assessed $250 court costs. A resisting arrest charge was dismissed.

• Jody Brown, 35, of Wilmington, theft, resisting arrest, sentenced to 18 days in jail.

• Chad Ingles Jr., 25, of St. Sterling, unauthorized use of a motor vehicle, theft, sentenced to 14 days in jail, fined $250, assessed $125 court costs.

• James Klover, 39, of Fairborn, violating a protection order, sentenced to 10 days in jail (suspended), fined $250, assessed $125 court costs. Klover must have no contact with the victim except thru legal action, must commit no further offenses for one year and complete non-reporting probation.

• Daniel Illein, 25, of Cincinnati, going 11o in a 70 mph speed zone, fined $105, assessed $125 court costs. The case was waived by the defendant.

• Chance Baxter, 20, of Fairborn, going 100 in a 65 mph speed zone, fined $105, assessed $125 court costs. The case was waived by the defendant.

• Austin Leininger, 23, of Reading, driving under suspension-financial, fined $250, assessed $125 court costs.

• Faris Parker, 34, of Martinsville, driving under suspension-failing to appear/pay fine, fined $250, assessed $125 court costs.

• Adeline Dickerson, 18, of Baltimore, underage consumption. Sentencing stayed to allow Dickerson to complete diversion.

• Christopher Nido, 39, of Little Rock, going 101 in a 70 mph speed zone, fined $105, assessed $125 court costs. The case was waived by the defendant.

• Lucas Fahrubel, 24, of Clarksville, driving under suspension, ACDA, fined $280, assessed $250 court costs.

• Olivia Hayslip, 34, of Hillsboro, driving under suspension, fined $250, assessed $125 court costs. A driving under suspension charge and a headlights violation were dismissed.

• Justin Penn, 25, of Blue Ash, going 98 in a 65 mph speed zone, fined $105, assessed $125 court costs.

• Shawna Rogers, 25, of Cincinnati, going 101 in a 70 mph speed zone, fined $150, assessed $125 court costs. A driving under suspension charge was dismissed.

• Jamie Lewis, 43, of Newark, marijuana possession, seat belt violation, fined $130, assessed $250 court costs. The cases were waived by the defendant.

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By John Hamilton

jhamilton@wnewsj.com

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