Wednesday, June 30, 2004

Assault on lawyer results in prison



The Cincinnati Enquirer

LEBANON - A Huber Heights man was sentenced to 14 months in prison Tuesday in Warren County Common Pleas Court after being convicted on felony charges involving assault on his former attorney.

In April, a Warren County jury had found Bradley Willoughby guilty of felony charges of disrupting public service and drug abuse as well as misdemeanor charges of assault and violation of a temporary protective order. The jury acquitted him of attempted murder and kidnapping charges.

The prosecutor's office said that on Feb. 10, Willoughby held a knife to the face of Jennifer Hughes, 35, of Springboro, forced her to lick the knife, wrapped a phone cord around her neck and told her he was thinking about killing her.

Hughes and Willoughby were romantically linked at the time, Springboro police said.




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