Heck’s office did not immediately return a message seeking comment.
A look at each of the defendants’ cases:
Samantha Clay: Clay, of Dayton, faced 33 counts, the most of any defendant. She entered guilty pleas on March 15 to one count of engaging in a pattern of corrupt activity, four counts of illegal sexual activity in a sexually oriented business, three counts of cocaine trafficking, seven counts of aggravated drug trafficking and two counts of illegal use of food stamps.
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As part of a plea deal, 16 other counts were dismissed. Clay is scheduled to be sentenced June 12 in Judge Erik Blaine’s court.
Samantha Childers: Facing 15 counts similar to Clay, Childers, of Dayton, pleaded guilty to nine counts and had six counts dismissed in a plea deal. Assistant prosecutor Kelly Madzey asked for prison time for Childers, but Blaine sentenced Childers to up to five years of community control.
Jennifer Rowland: Rowland, of Springfield, was granted probation in March after pleading guilty to one count of illegal sexual activity in a sexually oriented business and one count of marijuana trafficking.
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Rowland was had a warrant for her arrest issued May 7 because she absconded on April 12. Rowland could face incarceration for her probation violation.
Kayla Olivia Hatton: Hatton, of Dayton, was granted ILC by Blaine over the objections of prosecutors, who noted that, "She sold cocaine and marijuana to undercover Ohio Investigative Unit agents on three separate occasions."
Anna Barnes: Like Hatton, Anna Barnes, of Middletown, was granted ILC while facing two counts each of marijuana trafficking and illegal sexual activity in a sexually oriented business.
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Sarah Barnes: Charged with two counts for illegal sexual activity in a sexually oriented business and marijuana trafficking, Barnes, of Piqua, was granted ILC.
Melvin Bibbs: Facing four counts of trafficking in marijuana, Bibbs, of Dayton, pleaded guilty in March. Blaine sentenced Bibbs to up to five years of probation.
Vanessa (Schrider) Graham: Graham, of Englewood, was found guilty last month after a jury trial. For the convictions of two counts of illegal sexual activity in a sexually oriented business and one count of aggravated trafficking in drugs, Graham was sentenced to up to five years' probation.
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Ryan Perry: Perry, of Tipp City, pleaded guilty in April to one count of aggravated trafficking in drugs. He is scheduled to be sentenced June 12.
Ciera Chastain: Chastain, of Dayton, was granted ILC over the objection of prosecutors for three counts of illegal sexual activity in a sexually oriented business and one count of trafficking in cocaine
Aaron Crenshaw: Charged with seven counts including drug trafficking, engaging in a pattern of corrupt activity and illegal use of food stamps, Crenshaw, of Dayton, pleaded guilty in March. Two counts were dropped in a plea deal. Crenshaw received probation.
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