Brown County man sentenced to 90 days


Drug screen will determine furlough for Greenfield man

By Sarah Allen - [email protected]



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A Mount Orab man appearing on a bench warrant in the Hillsboro Municipal Court on Monday was sentenced to 90 days in jail on a probation violation.

According to court records, Steven Jordan, 41, was found guilty of first-degree misdemeanor operating a vehicle under the influence (OVI) last month.

He was placed on reporting probation. All but three days of a 180-day jail sentence were suspended on the condition that Jordan obtain counseling at FRS, complete at three-day driver intervention program, pay a $500 fine, and possess no alcohol.

Hillsboro Municipal Court Judge David H. McKenna said last month that Jordan was previously ordered to possess no alcohol in 2013, when he was convicted of aggravated menacing.

As such, he was found guilty of a probation violation last month, and 87 days of a previously suspended sentence were set for December.

On Monday, Jordan appeared on a warrant that was issued earlier this month for failure to comply with the probation department, records showed.

He was found guilty of a probation violation, and 90 days of the sentence on his OVI case were imposed. Records added that Jordan may be furloughed to inpatient treatment.

Also found guilty of a probation violation was Jerry Hodge, 20, Greenfield. He appeared on a bench warrant that was issued last December after he failed to appear for a review hearing.

According to records, Hodge was convicted of second-degree misdemeanor attempting to purchase an illegal amount of pseudoephedrine last July.

A 90-day jail sentence was suspended on the condition that Hodge have no contact with Walmart or Walgreens, that he obtain counseling at FRS, and that he complete school. He was placed on reporting probation.

Records added that, since his conviction, Hodge has been found guilty of a probation violation. He was later furloughed to complete inpatient treatment.

On Monday, he was found guilty of a probation violation, and a 45-day jail sentence was imposed, according to records. Hodge was given credit for three days. If he passes a drug screen, he can be furloughed until December.

In other cases, Stephen Weil, 29, Hillsboro, appeared on a bench warrant that was issued when he failed to show up for a pretrial last week.

On Monday, Weil was sentenced to 30 days in jail on a charge of first-degree misdemeanor driving on a suspension. An additional 60 days are suspended, records showed.

Weil can be furloughed to inpatient treatment, or he can “begin (the) misdemeanor drug program” after Nov. 1, records stated. He must also complete counseling and pay $100 of a $500 fine. He was placed on reporting probation.

Weil was also fined $50 on a charge of minor misdemeanor failure to file.

James Quinn, 26, New Vienna, pled guilty during his arraignment Monday. He was sentenced to 10 days in jail on a charge of first-degree misdemeanor gasoline theft, according to records. An additional 80 days are suspended.

Quinn can be furloughed from jail on Wednesday with a negative drug screen. His license was suspended for six months. He was placed on reporting probation and ordered to pay $30 in restitution. He must stay away from Walmart and Murphy Oil.

Quinn also pled not guilty to an unrelated charge of fourth-degree misdemeanor trespassing, records added. A pretrial is set for next month.

Also on Monday, William Elkins, 45, Hillsboro, was found guilty of a probation violation.

According to records, Elkins was convicted of second-degree misdemeanor possession of drug abuse instruments in March.

In September, a probation violation was filed. The following day, a $25,000 bond was set on Elkins’ case, records showed.

Following a hearing on Monday, a 90-day jail sentence was imposed, with credit given for 40 days. Records added that the remaining time is set to be reviewed in January. Elkins’ probation was extended for an additional year.

A jail sentence will also be reviewed for Tucker Troy, 29, Hillsboro.

The Times-Gazette previously reported that a hearing was set for Troy after he allegedly failed a drug screen at the probation department last month for methamphetamine, methadone, and marijuana. At that time, he denied the violation, and his bond was set at $25,000.

He was found guilty of that violation Monday. A 58-day jail sentence was imposed. Troy was given credit for 28 days in jail. The remaining 30 days are set to be reviewed in February.

Records showed that Troy has past convictions for disorderly conduct and attempting to purchase an illegal amount of pseudoephedrine.

A 30-day jail sentence was also scheduled for Scott Joachimi Jr., 30, New Vienna, in February.

Joachimi pled guilty to first-degree misdemeanor theft last year, records showed. At that time, a 180-day jail sentence was suspended, and Joachimi was placed on reporting probation.

On Monday, Joachimi was found guilty of a violation. A 30-day jail sentence will be reviewed in February.

Finally, Cheyenne Curry, 22, Wilmington, was also scheduled for a jail sentence. She was found guilty of a probation violation on a conviction for third-degree misdemeanor reckless operation.

All but three days of a 60-day jail sentence were suspended in February, with the conditions that Curry pay restitution, obtain her GED, and complete a driver intervention program.

Records showed that a 10-day jail sentence will be reviewed in January.

Reach Sarah Allen at 937-393-3456, ext. 1680, or on Twitter @SarahAllenHTG.

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Drug screen will determine furlough for Greenfield man

By Sarah Allen

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