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Local woman gets 2-year prison term

By Norwalk Reflector staff • Jul 16, 2019 at 9:00 PM

A local woman convicted of retaliation has been sent to prison.

Last fall in Huron County Common Pleas Court, Holly Jeanne Heitsche was put on probation for the crime and ordered to pay $840 in restitution and fined $250.

Heitsche, 27, most recently of 1218 Carroll Road, Collins, was credited with serving 112 days in jail and sentenced to a 60-day discretionary term as part of her three years of probation.

However, she failed to abide by the terms of probation. On June 26, Judge Jim Conway credited revoked Heitsche’s community control supervision and sentenced her to two years in prison.

The following people also were convicted or sentenced recently in common pleas court:

• Mitchell T. Loflin, 21, most recently of 9 Second St., was sentenced June 26 to 90 days in Huron County Jail after being found guilty of violating probation. Previously, he was found guilty of possession of cocaine.

• Timothy E. Moncrief, 46, most recently of 129 Milan Ave., was sentenced June 27 to three years community control, 90 days in Huron County Jail plus an additional 90 days in Huron County Jail to be served at times established by the probation department. He also was fined $500, ordered to have no association with juveniles and required to register as a Tier I sex offender for 15 years. He was convicted of importuning, a fifth-degree felony.

• Marquon R. Anderson, 28, of Lorain, was sentenced June 27 to three years community control, 90 days in Huron County Jail to be served at times established by the probation department and a $250 fine. He was convicted of theft, a fifth-degree felony.

• Danielle Nicole Brown, 31, of Columbus, was sentenced June 27 to three years community control and 90 days in Huron County Jail to be served at times established by the probation department. She also was fined $250, ordered to pay $832 in restitution and banned from VFW Post 3430 in Willard. She was convicted of breaking and entering, a fifth-degree felony.

• Patrick D. Spearman, 30, of Sandusky, pleaded guilty July 2 to one count of attempted domestic violence (a fourth-degree felony) in exchange for the dismissal of one count of unlawful restraint (a third-degree misdemeanor). Spearman is allowed to remain free on bond until his Aug. 7 sentencing.

• Heather K. Nickoli, 44, of 62 Simpson Ave., pleaded guilty July 3 to driving under the influence of alcohol or drug of abuse (a fourth-degree felony) with forfeiture of a weapon in exchange for the dismissal of one count of driving under the influence of alcohol and one count of improperly handling firearms in a motor vehicle. Nickoli is allowed to remain free on bond until her Aug. 28 sentencing.

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