Woman gets extra prison time for not appearing


Greenfield woman admits to supervision violations

By Angela Shepherd - [email protected]



Carolina Mootispaw, right, is pictured with defense attorney J.D. Wagoner during a hearing in Highland County Common Pleas Court on Wednesday.


A Washington C.H. woman who failed to appear in Highland County Common Pleas Court for her last hearing was sentenced to prison on Wednesday.

Carolina Macey Mootispaw, 25, received a 10-month prison sentence on one count of fifth-degree felony breaking and entering. She pled guilty to the charge in August. The plea agreement reached with the state at that time recommended seven months in prison.

According to court records, Mootispaw failed to appear for her sentencing hearing earlier this month and a warrant for her arrest was issued. She was recently picked up on that warrant.

In addition to the prison sentence, Mootispaw was also ordered to pay $625 in restitution.

In other hearings, Desiree M. Miller, 35, Greenfield, admitted to supervision violations that included testing positive for drugs and not completing STAR aftercare.

Miller in February pled guilty to fifth-degree felony trafficking in marijuana and was granted intervention in lieu of conviction. As part of the program she underwent treatment at STAR. On Wednesday, she was terminated from intervention in lieu of conviction and her guilty plea was accepted by the court. She will be sentenced on the trafficking charge in October.

Miller was also ordered by judge Rocky Coss to go “immediately” after the court hearing to FRS to seek further counseling.

Brandy R. Randolph, 37, Sardinia, was sentenced to community control and treatment on two separate cases.

Randolph pled guilty to fourth-degree felony receiving stolen property and fifth-degree felony aggravated possession of drugs in August.

Allison Kay Fulkerson, 44, Hillsboro, pled guilty to fourth-degree felony arson. She is set for sentencing in October after the completion of a presentence investigation.

According to Coss, the plea agreement said the state would recommend community control, that Fulkerson continue psychiatric treatment, and that she be placed on the state’s arson registry.

Prosecutor Anneka Collins said the victim agreed with the recommendation in the plea agreement.

Jacob Allen Tobin, 26, Hillsboro, pled guilty to aggravated possession of drugs, a fifth-degree felony, and agreed to the forfeiture of $275.

A presentence investigation was ordered and sentencing set for October.

Sami Jo Stanfield, 31, Greenfield, failed to appear for a scheduled hearing and a warrant for her arrest was issued by the judge.

Stanfield is charged with one count of fifth-degree felony aggravated possession of methamphetamine.

Reach Angela Shepherd at 937-393-3456, ext. 1681, or on Twitter @wordyshepherd.

Carolina Mootispaw, right, is pictured with defense attorney J.D. Wagoner during a hearing in Highland County Common Pleas Court on Wednesday.
http://timesgazette.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/09/web1_16Sept2015cpc.jpgCarolina Mootispaw, right, is pictured with defense attorney J.D. Wagoner during a hearing in Highland County Common Pleas Court on Wednesday.
Greenfield woman admits to supervision violations

By Angela Shepherd

[email protected]

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