One of the suspects in a violent home invasion in Jewett is facing upwards of six months at the Eastern Ohio Correction Center for Women.
Autumn Stabile pleaded guilty to obstruction of justice after a plea agreement was reached and her previous charges of complicity to kidnapping and complicity to aggravated burglary were dismissed.
Statements collected from the victim and the two co-defendants, Kara Clark and Bryan Nicosia said that Stabile did not physically harm the victim, but Nicosia did.
Harrison County Judge Shawn Hervey addressed the victim in the courtroom, “if you continue on the path that the past circumstances have lead to this offense, you will remain in a blue uniform, you will remain incarcerated and you better get used to a life behind bars.”
Stabile was ordered to complete programs at Eastern Ohio Correction Center for Women, and must undergo a drug and alcohol evaluation while she’s there. If she doesn’t, she will be sentenced to 36 months in prison.
Once released, Stabile must complete 200 community service hours, and take a victims awareness class and a class called “thinking for change.”
The hearings for Clark and Nicosia were continued on Tuesday.