Clinton County Court of Common Pleas hands down 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 tried in Clinton County Court of Common Pleas, presided over by Judge John W. “Tim” Rudduck and his magistrates. Common Pleas handles felony criminal cases.

The defendant’s name, village or city of residence, crime, degree of felony and sentence are provided by the report. 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 were sentenced in Clinton County Court of Common Pleas between March 7 and March 25:

• Kimberly Stucky,22, of Pleasureville, Kentucky, forgery (F5), sentenced six months (credit given for 33 days served; remainder suspended), one year community control, pay $84.73 restitution. A charge of petty theft against Stucky was dismissed.

• Shane Jones, 37, of Wilmington, domestic violence (F3), sentenced six months (credit given for 7 days served; remainder suspended), two years’ community control.

• Michael Joseph, 33, of Wilmington, possession of heroin (F5), sentenced nine months (credit given for three days served), operator’s license suspended for nine months. Josephe’s sentence is concurrent with other terms.

• Alyssa Meenach, 25, of Midland, attempted aggravated trafficking in drugs (F5), sentenced nine months (credit given for 38 days). Meenach was imprisoned when her community control sanction was revoked.

• Neal Bowen, 34, of Carlisle, passing bad checks (F5), sentenced nine months (credit given for 15 days served), pay $931.76 restitution. Bowen’s sentence is concurrent with other terms, and a charge of forgery against Bowen 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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