A Hillsboro man appearing in the Highland County Common Pleas Court this week was sentenced to nine years in prison on two counts of gross sexual imposition.
Court records show that Leonard Hannah, 51, was sentenced to 54 months on each of the third-degree felonies. That time is to be served consecutively. Records add that Hannah must register as a Tier II sex offender.
Also this week, two defendants saw their community control revoked.
According to records, Brandon S. Curtis, 21, was sentenced to 12 months in prison on fourth-degree felony aggravated trafficking in drugs. He was originally placed on community control in 2014.
David T. O’Diam, 45, Piketon, was sentenced to 11 months in prison on fifth-degree felony non-support of dependents, records showed. O’Diam was placed on community control in 2012.
In other cases, Katelyn N. Webb, 21, Hillsboro, was placed on community control for three years. According to records, she was found guilty of third-degree felony illegal assembly or possession of chemicals for the manufacture of drugs.
Records add that Webb must also successfully complete a recommended treatment program.
Finally, Anthony T. Cox, 27, Sinking Spring, pled guilty to first-degree misdemeanor aggravated trespassing. Cox had originally faced third-degree felony attempted burglary. Records showed that he was sentenced to six months in the Highland County Jail.