12 sentenced in Gallia Common Pleas


Staff Report



Crager

Crager


Donohue


Doss


Goelling


Henderson


Robinette


Taylor


Woodyard


Camp


Collins


Cox


Nichols


GALLIPOLIS — Gallia County Prosecuting Attorney, Jason D. Holdren, announces the recent sentencings of 12 individuals by Judge Margaret Evans in the Gallia County Common Pleas Court.

Shelena M. Doss, 28, of Gallipolis, was recently convicted of two counts of Escape, both felonies of the fifth-degree, and Trespass in a Habitation, a felony of the fourth-degree. Doss was sentenced to 34 months in prison.

Jeremy A. Nichols, 41, of Cheshire, was recently convicted of Failure to Appear, a felony of the fourth-degree, and four counts of Nonsupport of Dependents, felonies of the fifth-degree, where Nichols owes over $67,000 in child support. Nichols was sentenced to four years in prison for his convictions. Nichols was on Post Release Control (parole) at the time of committing these new crimes for a prior Felonious Assault conviction. Nichols’ remaining time on Post Release Control was ordered to be served in prison consecutive to his prison sentence. In total, Nichols was ordered to serve five years and three months in prison.

Timber M. Goelling, 28, of Gallipolis, was recently convicted of Trafficking in Drugs in the Vicinity of a Juvenile, a felony of the third-degree. Goelling was sentenced to prison for three years.

Noah J. Robinette, 34, of Vinton, was recently found to have violated the terms of his Community Control by failing to successfully complete a Community Based Corrections Facility (CBCF). Robinette’s original conviction was for Having Weapons While Under Disability, a felony of the third-degree. Robinette was sentenced to prison for two years.

Richard E. Henderson, 49, of Columbus, was recently convicted of Illegal Conveyance of Drugs onto the Grounds of a Detention Facility, a felony of the third-degree, and Possession of Drugs, a felony of the fifth-degree. Henderson was sentenced to prison for two years.

Vernon C. Taylor, 35, of Vinton, was recently convicted of two counts of Gross Sexual Imposition, both felonies of the third-degree. Taylor was sentenced to 54 months in prison and will be required to register as a Tier II Sex Offender.

Richard E. Camp, 37, of Albany, was recently found to have violated the terms of his Community Control by failing to report to probation, failing to comply with treatment and having a positive test for drugs. Camp’s original conviction was for Possession of Drugs, a felony of the fifth-degree. Camp was ordered to enter and successfully complete a CBCF and halfway house.

Eric L. Cox, 23, of Middleport, was recently found to have violated the terms of his Community Control. Cox’s original conviction was for Receiving Stolen Property, a felony of the fifth-degree. Cox was ordered to enter and successfully complete a CBCF, halfway house, and the Gallia County Common Pleas Drug Court.

Jodi N. Woodyard, 27, of Gallipolis, was originally convicted of Possession of Heroin, a felony of the fifth-degree, and was ordered to complete Gallia Count Common Pleas Drug Court. Woodyard violated numerous terms of Drug Court and was placed on Electronically Monitored House Arrest as a sanction. Thereafter, Woodyard violated the terms of House Arrest. The Court ordered Woodyard to successfully complete a CBCF, halfway house and the Gallia County Common Pleas Drug Court.

Joseph A. Collins, 34, of Gallipolis, was recently found to have violated the terms of his Community Control by failing to report to probation and being non-compliant with SAM (substance abuse monitoring) and treatment. Collins’ original conviction was for Aggravated Possession of Drugs, a felony of the fifth-degree. Collins was ordered to enter and successfully complete a CBCF, halfway house, and the Gallia County Common Pleas Drug Court.

David L. Crager, Jr., 42, of South Point, was recently convicted of Theft, a felony of the fifth-degree. Crager was sentenced to 36 months Community Control and ordered to successfully complete a CBCF and halfway house.

Ryan S. Donohue, 24, of Vinton, was recently convicted of Breaking and Entering, a felony of the fifth-degree. Donohue was sentenced to 36 months Community Control and ordered to successfully complete a CBCF. Upon release from the CBCF, Donohue was ordered to be evaluated for a halfway house and participation in the Gallia County Common Pleas Drug Court.

Crager
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Donohue
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Doss
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Goelling
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Henderson
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Robinette
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Taylor
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Woodyard
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Camp
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Collins
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Cox
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Nichols
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Staff Report