Troy woman sentenced for stabbing man


By Sam Wildow - swildow@aimmediamidwest.com



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MIAMI COUNTY — A Troy woman arrested in September for stabbing a man was sentenced to jail time and received a reduced charged in Miami County Municipal Court this week.

Kimberly J. Dillard, 40, of Troy, received 180 days in jail for first-degree misdemeanor assault, amended down from second-degree felonious assault.

According to Miami County Municipal Court records, Dillard stabbed a known male victim in the chest with a kitchen knife on Sept. 11 on the 1300 block of Imperial Court in Troy. The victim was treated at the Upper Valley Medical Center. Police described the injury as “a small cut on the upper portion of his chest” in court records. A kitchen knife was recovered from the bathroom sink at the time of the incident.

Dillard is currently incarcerated in the Miami County Jail.

The following people were recently sentenced in Miami County Municipal Court:

• Chance D. Chapman, 19, of Union, received one year of probation, a $250 fine, and 180 days of suspended jail time for first-degree misdemeanor possession of drugs, amended down from fourth-degree felony trafficking in drugs.

• Joshua D. Crumpler, 28, of Piqua, received 30 days in jail, two years of probation, an additional 30 days of suspended jail time, and a $25 fine for second-degree misdemeanor obstructing official business. Crumpler was originally charged on Sept. 30 after exiting a vehicle and fleeing from Piqua police in the area of Broadway and Ash streets in Piqua.

• Matthew T. Dunlap, 19, of Piqua, received two years of probation, a fine, and suspended jail time for first-degree misdemeanor possession of drugs, amended down from fifth-degree felony possession of drugs.

• April N. Finley, 23, of Piqua, received 90 days in jail and a fine for first-degree misdemeanor theft, and 30 days in jail for a separate charged of fourth-degree misdemeanor unauthorized use of property, amended down from first-degree misdemeanor theft.

• Jeffrey J. Jacomet, 51, of Piqua, received a fine and suspended jail time for first-degree misdemeanor theft, amended down from fifth-degree felony theft.

• Alexis Laake, 20, of Troy, received a fine and suspended jail time for fourth-degree misdemeanor disorderly conduct, amended down from first-degree misdemeanor child endangering.

• Cory L. Lambert, 29, of Troy, received a fine and suspended jail time for third-degree misdemeanor obstructing official business, amended down from first-degree misdemeanor falsification.

• Sandeep Mallela, 30, of Piqua, received one year of probation, a fine, and suspended jail time for third-degree misdemeanor attempted obstructing official business and fourth-degree misdemeanor disorderly conduct.

• Erik Herbert Manigault, 32, of Piqua, received a fine and suspended jail time for first-degree misdemeanor theft.

• Jeremy A. McInturff, 35, of Union, received a fine and suspended jail time for first-degree misdemeanor theft.

• Kelley M. Middleton, 35, of Mableton, Georgia, received a fine and suspended jail time for first-degree misdemeanor attempted improper handling of firearms in a motor vehicle, amended down from fifth-degree felony improper handling of firearms in a motor vehicle.

• Ashley M. Mowery, 28, of Piqua, received 30 days in jail and a fine for fourth-degree misdemeanor unauthorized use of property, amended down from first-degree misdemeanor theft, and 90 days in jail for a separate charge of first-degree misdemeanor theft.

• Audrie L. Powell, 20, of Piqua, received two years of probation, three days in jail, an additional 177 days of suspended jail time, and a $25 fine for first-degree misdemeanor attempted trafficking in drugs, amended down from fourth-degree felony trafficking in drugs. Powell was originally charged with trafficking in drugs in August in connection with subject purchasing marijuana from Powell and another alleged suspect in August 2017.

The marijuana was tested by the Miami Valley Regional Crime Laboratory, which confirmed the substance was marijuana and that it weighed approximately 3.98 grams. The reported purchase of illegal marijuana also took place on the 400 block of South Downing Street in Piqua within a school safety zone.

Austin M. Cooper, 22, of Piqua, was also charged with fourth-degree felony trafficking in drugs in connection with this incident. Cooper’s case is still open in municipal court.

• Andrew A. Schulz, 33, of Piqua, received two years of probation, seven days in jail, 173 days of suspended jail time, and a $25 fine for first-degree misdemeanor possession of drugs, amended down from fifth-degree felony aggravated possession of drugs.

• Charles M. Williams, 26, of Sidney, received a fine and suspended jail time for fourth-degree misdemeanor unauthorized use of property, amended down from first-degree misdemeanor theft.

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By Sam Wildow

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