Man jailed for outstanding warrants

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Blanchester police arrested a Wilmington man that had several outstanding warrants.

According to BPD Chief Scott Reinbolt, at around 6 a.m. Tuesday a Blanchester police officer stopped a car in the parking lot of Tom’s Express Mart on Fairground Road for a traffic infraction. One of the occupants of the car was Donald Davison, 39, of Wilmington.

Reinbolt said a computer check on Davison showed five outstanding warrants for his arrest: he was wanted by the Clinton County Sheriff’s Office for failure to appear in court on a Domestic Violence charge and for violating the terms of his probation; he was wanted by the Wilmington Police Department for failure to appear in court on an OVI case and for failure to appear in court on multiple charges of Driving Under Suspension; and he was wanted by the Brown County Sheriff’s Office for failure to appear in court on an OVI case there.

Davison was arrested and transported to the Clinton County Jail, Reinbolt said.

Blanchester woman arrested

In the early morning hours of Sunday, Nov. 29, Blanchester police officers responded to a report of Domestic Violence at 703 E. Center St. According to Blanchester Police Chief Scott Reinbolt, the alleged victim, Linda Hoggatt, 57, of that address reported being assaulted by her adult daughter, Brittany Hoggatt, after an argument over Brittany’s failure to care for her child.

Reinbolt said officers found Brittany Hoggatt, 21, also of 703 E. Center St., asleep in bed and emitting a strong odor of an alcoholic beverage. She denied assaulting her mother, Reinbolt said; she was arrested and taken to the Clinton County Jail where she was held pending a court appearance.

Reinbolt said Brittany Hoggatt is currently on probation through the Clinton County Court of Common Pleas for her role in a 2014 Robbery and Abduction which occurred at the same residence. Her probation officer was notified of her arrest.

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