Clinton County felony sentences


By Nathan Kraatz - [email protected]



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.

The following pled guilty, were found guilty or were otherwise sentenced in Clinton County Court of Common Pleas from Jan. 27 to Feb. 5:

• Charles Kuhn, 35, of Sabina, illegal assembly or possession of chemicals for manufacture of drugs (F2), community control revoked, sentenced 18 months (credit for 282 days served).

• Jamie Cox, 41, of Wilmington, illegal assembly or possession of chemicals for manufacture of drugs (F2), sentenced six months (credit given for two days served; remainder suspended), three years community control, driver’s license suspended six months, forfeit contraband. Charges of endangering children, aggravated possession of drugs and illegal manufacture of drugs against Cox were dismissed.

• Kimberly Quickle, 37, of Wilmington, illegal assembly or possession of chemicals for manufacture of drugs (F2), sentenced nine months (credit given for 36 days served; concurrent with a Highland County sentence), driver’s license suspended for six months. A charge of illegal manufacture of drugs against Quickle was dismissed.

• Robert Story, 56, of Wilmington, trafficking in marijuana (F4), sentenced six months (credit given for two days served; remainder suspended), two years community control, driver’s license suspended six months, $425 seized, contraband forfeited, fined $500. Charges of possession of cocaine, possession of drugs and trafficking in drugs against Story were dismissed.

• Matthew Murphy, 31, of Wilmington, illegal assembly or possession of chemicals for manufacture of drugs (F3), sentenced two years (credit given for 95 days served), driver’s license suspended two years, forfeit contraband. Charges of endangering children and illegal manufacture of drugs against Murphy were dismissed.

• Ivan Jones Jr., 47, of Pleasant Plain, illegal assembly or possession of chemicals for manufacture of drugs (F3), sentenced six months (credit for 20 days served; remainder suspended), two years community control, driver’s license suspended six months, forfeit contraband. A charge of aggravated possession of drugs against Jones was dismissed.

• Anthony Atkins, 20, of Blanchester, two counts aggravated possession of drugs (F5), sentenced one year (credit given for eight days served), driver’s license suspended one year, forfeit contraband.

• Stacie Stepp, 22, of Waverly, two counts receiving stolen property (F5 and F4), sentenced nine months (credit given for 58 days served). A misdemeanor charge of unauthorized use of vehicle against Stepp was dismissed.

• Jason Colvin, 33, of Waverly, theft of elderly (F4), sentenced six months (credit for 6 days served; suspended), one year community control.

• Paul Schwab, 33, of Batavia, receiving stolen property (F4), sentenced six months (credit for 31 days served; remainder suspended), three years community control, pay $835.65 restitution to victim, forfeit contraband. A separate charge of receiving stolen property against Schwab was dismissed.

Reach Nathan Kraatz at 937-382-2574, ext. 2510 or on Twitter @NathanKraatz.

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By Nathan Kraatz

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