Community controls revoked, Hoggatt sent to prison


By Gary Huffenberger and Nathan Kraatz - Staff Writers



WILMINGTON — The following report is compiled from a criminal case disposition report provided by the Clinton County Clerk of Courts. The following cases were heard in Clinton County Common Pleas Court, presided over by Judge John W. “Tim” Rudduck and his magistrates.

Listed below are a defendant’s name, their town of residence, age, the crime the defendant was found guilty of, the degree of felony and the terms of the sentence. Felonies are ranked from F1 (most serious) to F5 (least serious). Defendants found guilty also must pay court costs, but those amounts aren’t included in the disposition report.

During the week of Jan. 19 to 22, the following people were found in court to be guilty of a crime(s) that occurred in Clinton County:

Brittany A. Hoggatt, 21, of Blanchester, term of community controls revoked, and sentenced to three years prison (credit given for 117 days served). Hoggatt had been found guilty of two counts of robbery (F3) in 2015.

Hoggatt was one of three co-defendants in a May 10, 2014 incident at an East Center Street residence in Blanchester. According to a court affidavit filed by Blanchester police in the case, two men told police they were at the residence when two other men walked in and held them at gunpoint.

The victims reported they were taken to their car and transported by the other two men plus a female occupant of the residence where they had been held at gunpoint, to a location on State Route 133 north of Blanchester.

The occupant of the Center Street residence, Hoggatt, allegedly drove the vehicle to the State Route 133 site and pulled into a driveway and then allegedly threw the vehicle’s key into a grass field, according to the affidavit.

The two co-defendants were Antonio Collins and Deshun G. Young, both at the time of Cincinnati. In September 2014, Collins was sentenced to prison for five years. Young received a six-month term of prison.

Tyree D. Morgan, 20, of Springfield, driving under the influence (first-degree misdemeanor), sentenced to six months jail (credit given for seven days served; remainder suspended), one year on community controls, driver’s license suspended for one year, and fined $375. A charge against Morgan of improper handling of a firearm was dismissed.

Tyree D. Morgan, 20, of Springfield, failing to appear in court (F4), sentenced to six months jail (credit given for seven days served; remainder suspended), one year on community controls, and fined $250.

Zachary T. Nichols, 22, of Wilmington, two counts of trafficking in marijuana (both F5), sentenced to six months jail (credit given for 38 days served; remainder suspended), two years on community controls, driver’s license suspended for six months, and ordered to pay $250 restitution to the Greater Warren County Drug Task Force for lab fees. Two other marijuana trafficking charges against Nichols were dismissed.

Adam Edward Blevins, 26, of Milford, aggravated possession of drugs (F5), sentenced to 11 months prison — time is concurrent with a longer prison term in a separate case (credit given for 112 days served), driver’s license suspended for two years, and contraband forfeited.

Adam Edward Blevins, 26, of Milford, grand theft (F4), sentenced to 15 months prison — time is concurrent with a shorter prison term in a separate case (credit given for 112 days served), and ordered to pay $250 restitution to Blanchester Comm. Serv. Assoc.

Cynthia M. Egner, 56, of Wilmington, aggravated assault (F4), sentenced to six months jail (credit given for 116 days served; remainder suspended), and one year on community controls. A charge of domestic violence and a charge of felonious assault were dismissed.

Jesse L. Doyle, 48, of Wilmington, term of community controls revoked, sentenced to nine months prison (credit given for 36 days served), driver’s license suspended for six months, contraband forfeited, and pay $30 restitution to the Greater Warren County Drug Task Force for “buy money.” Doyle was found guilty of trafficking marijuana (F4) in 2015.

Reach Gary Huffenberger at 937-556-5768 or on Twitter @GHuffenberger, or reach Nathan Kraatz at 937-382-2574, ext. 2510 or on Twitter @NathanKraatz.

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By Gary Huffenberger and Nathan Kraatz

Staff Writers

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