GUILTY OH - Tia, 31, Tahlia, 10, & Tyron Hendricks, 2, murdered, Columbus, 25 Nov 2010

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  1. Texas Mist

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    A woman and two children are dead and a man has been hospitalized in critical condition after all four were stabbed in a North Side apartment, police said.

    more here

    http://www.dispatch.com/live/content/local_news/stories/2010/11/26/three-people-dead.html

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    Anita Hayes of Columbus says those killed were her niece, Tia Hendricks, 31, and Hendricks' children, Talia Hendricks, 10 and Tayron Montgomery, 2.

    more here

    http://www.local12.com/news/state/s...y-Stabbed-In-Ohio/Q-to8T4_ZUGrZzuywFBqAQ.cspx


    Prayers for the families - and all of Ohio...so sad & tragic are the past few weeks :cry:
     
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    http://www.topix.net/forum/source/columbus-dispatch/TEFFO1Q6LG173TAK6/p4

    comment #83

    Franklin County Municipal Court:
    http://www.fcmcclerk.com/case/

    Boyfriend is Caron Montgomery, according to news reports.
    I only see old cases (lots btw).
    Can anyone find anything else?

    First case listed: 2009xxx = Domestic Violence/Assault
    Fourth: 2010xxx = OVI (operating while impaired)
    (just hitting some highlights of his record before studying further ... lots involved traffic type things)

    Wondering if 2009 Domestic Violence case involved victim. Child = age 2 (child of boyfriend)
     
  7. adonicawolf

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    Thank you for the link. The murder charge was the 5th one down for me. Here is the case number 2010 CR A 027028.

    This is so sad ... I am so tired of the violence against women and children:furious:
     
  8. CKay

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    see above link for Franklin County ... per that site:

    Case 2009 CR B 009791
    Filed 4/26/2009 (seems to be during timeframe of Tia's 2nd child being born)

    6'2
    230#
    DOB 05/22/1974

    Domestic Violence - arrested and jailed, plead guilty, probation start dated 6/9/2009 (730 days)
    Assault - dismissed

    Reading through all of the court notations:

    4/30/2009 - Subpeona Filed, Issued Personal Residence Service for"
    TIA HENDRICKS

    6/9/2009: Sentence: Fine: 100.00, Susp: 100.00 Costs: , Susp: , Incl: N Jail Start: , days: 180, Jail End: susp days: 175, susp time: 5 Points: 0, Lic susp: , Dr Ed: N Susp start: , days: , Susp end: Clearance Date: Mod: , narr: , Lic flag: Dr sch: N, DUI sch: N, Rest: Prob type: COMMUNITY CONTROL SANCTION, start: 06/09/2009, days: 730, End: 06/09/2011 Charge #1: DOMESTIC VIOLENCE

    So this did involve the victim :(
     
  9. CKay

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    Thank you! Yes, filed 11/26/2010
    2903.02 Murder
    Degree of Offense: CA (???)
     
  10. CKay

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    On front page there is a video, that shows "on again, off again" boyfriend taken into squad:

    http://www.abc6onyourside.com/

    New story, so direct link until later.
     
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    Continuing through Caron Montgomery's list of cases on FC website:

    2004 CR B 010563 Domestic Violence (appears to involve another victim)
     
  12. Texas Mist

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    I'm guessing at the 'CA' but I'm thinking Capital/FDM w/ Aggravating circumstances (children under 13 or some other horrible thing we don't know about yet)
     
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    Thanks so much TexasMist!

    I kept thinking "Capital", but could not connect the "A" part. Your guessing makes perfect sense.
     
  14. CKay

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    I will never understand anyone taking the lives of innocent children.

    My thoughts go out to Tia's family and friends.
     
  15. nerosleuth

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    In Ohio, the crimes of aggravated murder and murder are first degree felonies.
    Here is the Ohio law on those crimes.

    http://codes.ohio.gov/orc/2903.01 Aggravated Murder

    http://codes.ohio.gov/orc/2903.02 Murder

    http://codes.ohio.gov/orc/2929.02 Murder penalties in Ohio

    If the charges are upgraded to aggravated murder, I believe it will be on account of two of the victims being under 13 and the fact that more than one person was killed at that crime scene.
     
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    Same statutes will probably apply to both Matthew Hoffman and Caron Montgomery, if I'm understanding correctly (both DP cases).

    Matthew Hoffman will have more charges added, still unknown.
     
  17. Texas Mist

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    So what's the CA mean? I'd already looked at the 2903.02 & 2929.02 & didn't see a correlation.

    TIA.
     
  18. nerosleuth

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    I'm guessing that for now, CA stands for Capital in the municipal court docket code.

    Also, if you appeal a court case in Ohio, CA would stand for Court of Appeals as their dockets are listed as the year, then CA, and then the appeals case docket number.
     
  19. CKay

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    This makes sense too, thank you.

    CApital
     
  20. Texas Mist

    Texas Mist Retired WS Staff

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    I have a lot to learn about OH law. :)

    OH's statutes are more confusing to read than other states (at least the ones I've poked around in from following cases), and this 'municipal court' is new to me, too...in TX, municipal is just city ordinance-related stuff, traffic tickets, etc...felonies & misdemeanors are state (District court).

    Is Ohio's Court of Common Pleas the equivalent to a Texas District Court?
     
  21. nerosleuth

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    Each county in Ohio has a Municipal Court and a Common Pleas Court.

    Municipal Court in Ohio is the lower county court that is similar to a District Court in other states. Local ordinance related stuff, traffic violations, and misdemeanors are handled in Municipal Court

    Common Pleas Court is the higher county court that is similar to a Circuit Court in other states. Felonies and civil lawsuits are handled in Common Pleas Court.

    The higher courts above the Common Pleas Courts in Ohio are the Court of Appeals, and then the Ohio Supreme Court.
     

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