A Hillsboro woman being held in the Clinton County Jail for sexual conduct with a minor was sent to prison because of her disruptive behavior while confined in jail.
Courtney M. Davis, 22, was “fighting with other inmates, passing notes, and causing serious problems,” stated Clinton County Chief Felony Prosecutor Brian A. Shidaker in a court document.
Davis was serving a six-month jail term after having been found guilty this winter of two felony charges of sexual conduct with a minor. At the time of the offenses in Clinton County, the victim was 14 years old and Davis was 21, according to court records.
Because of her jail behavior, she was ordered to spend a year in prison at Marysville for violating local community control, which was her original sentence.
In issuing the new judgment, Clinton County Common Pleas Court Judge John W. “Tim” Rudduck wrote that Davis, “has incurred multiple incidents and exhibited disruptive behavior while incarcerated, resulting in her being placed in an isolated holding cell.” Shidaker also described Davis as being “disruptive” at the local jail.
For her part, Davis had asked for her community control to be modified and that she be released early from jail for treatment at a residential mental health counseling program. Her request was denied.
While out on bond in October 2013 in the sexual conduct with a minor case, Davis was charged by the Jamestown Police Department with misdemeanor inducing panic. She was found guilty on Oct. 22, 2013 in Xenia Municipal Court, according to court records.
She was designated a tier 2 sex offender and must verify her residence twice yearly for 25 years as a consequence of her sexual conduct with a minor.
After release from prison, the Ohio Adult Parole Authority will supervise Davis for five years.