The man Miamisburg police sought in the killing of 18-year-old Noah Kinser has felony convictions and prison sentences dating back more than a decade, Ohio court records show.
Chaz Gillilan, 30, of Coshocton County, is in the Belmont County Jail without bond in the Dec. 30 slaying of Kinser, a Miamisburg High School student, according to police.
He is expected to be transferred to Montgomery County, authorities said.
Court records show Gillilan has felony convictions in four Ohio counties for charges dating back to 2006.
He was sentenced to more than five years for convictions including assault on a peace officer, burglary, failure to comply with a police officer and theft of a firearm, according to court records.
His convictions were in 2007 in Guernsey County, 2008 in Coshocton County, 2012 in Tuscarawas County, and 2015 in Fairfield County, records show.
In December 2006, a Guernsey County grand jury indicted him for theft of a firearm. He pleaded no contest and was sentenced in April 2007 to complete the remainder of a six-month jail term, according to court records.
In Coshocton County, in 2008 he pleaded no contest and the court found him guilty of assault on an officer and failure to comply. He was sentenced to more than four years in prison, records show.
Four years later in Tuscarawas County, he was sentenced to three years for burglary after pleading guilty to a bill of information, court records show. Gillilan was ordered to repay $33,138.99 in restitution to the victims, to have no contact with them and to submit to DNA registration, court records show.
In 2016, a jury in that county found him not guilty of robbery, records show.
Gillilan pleaded guilty in 2015 in Fairfield County after being charged with illegal conveyance of drugs of abuse into a detention facility. He was sentenced to a year, court records show.
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