Hamrick Guilty

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Clermont County Prosecutor Mark J. Tekulve Announces Guilty Verdict in State vs. Angelina Hamrick  

 

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE                                                                                              CONTACT: Stephanie Ross

April 30, 2021                                                                                                                    (513) 732-7263

***UPDATED on May 6, 2021***

Sentencing is scheduled for May 28, 2021 at 1:00 pm before Judge Jerry McBride.

On April 29, 2021, after a three week jury trial held before Judge Jerry McBride, Angelina Hamrick was found guilty of killing her estranged husband, Jason Hamrick. Hamrick was found guilty of one count of Aggravated Murder with a gun specification. Her sentencing will be scheduled for a future date.

Clermont County Prosecutor Mark J. Tekulve is proud to announce that the conviction was secured through the hard work and dedicated efforts of Assistant Prosecutors Katie Terpstra and Robert Barbato. Terpstra and Barbato spent countless hours over 18 months preparing for this case.  The trial was continued three times due to the pandemic.

On June 30, 2019, the Clermont County Sheriff’s Office was asked to investigate a report of a missing person. Jason Hamrick had been expected to attend a family function in Indiana that afternoon, but Jason’s son notified family members that no one had seen or heard from Jason for two days. Jason’s estranged wife, Angelina Hamrick, was found at the marital residence with their sons and had no explanation about Jason’s whereabouts.

Later on June 30, 2019, Jason’s body was found about half a mile from his home in Tate Township. He had been executed with a gunshot to the top of his head and his body and clothing showed evidence of being drug across a hard surface for some distance after his death. The Clermont County Sheriff’s Office is to be commended for the outstanding investigation conducted by numerous Deputies into Jason’s death. The Sheriff’s Office discovered multiple items of evidence at the Hamrick residence, on and around Jason’s body, and between the Hamrick residence and the location where Angelina dumped Jason’s body.

Angelina Hamrick’s boyfriend told investigators that Angelina had been planning the murder of her husband in order to obtain custody of her children. He additionally told investigators that she had called him following the murder of Jason on June 28, 2019 and admitted that she had just killed Jason in the marital home. Angelina told her boyfriend that she intended to dispose of Jason’s body and the other relevant evidence and clean up the crime scene.

Detectives found evidence of a massive amount of cleaned up blood in the family room area of the home. Additionally, they found drops of Jason’s blood in the basement and deck of the home, as well as on Jason’s van.

Ms. Hamrick is facing up to life in prison. The Prosecutor’s Office will seek the maximum sentence allowable under the law.

Kilo Moton

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Clermont County Prosecutor Mark J. Tekulve Announces Murder Indictment against Kilo Nigel Moton

 

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE                                                                                              CONTACT: Stephanie Ross

April 15, 2021                                                                                                                    (513) 732-7263

On April 15, 2021, Clermont County Prosecutor Mark J. Tekulve announced ten indictments against Kilo Nigel Moton (08/12/1969) of Cincinnati, Ohio. Moton was indicted on April 13, 2021 and was charged with 3 counts of Murder (Unclassified Felony), 1 count of kidnapping (Felony 1), 1 count of Felonious Assault (Felony 2), 1 count of Endangering Children (Felony 3), 2 counts of Domestic Violence (Felony 4), 1 count of Theft (Felony 4), and 1 count of theft (Felony 5).   If convicted on all counts, Moton faces the possibility of XX years to life in prison.

Moton is charged with the murder of Megan Applegate.  On January 11, 2021, the Clermont County Sheriff’s Office responded to 28 Church Street for a report of female subject lying unresponsive inside of the apartment. . After an investigation, Moton was initially charged in Clermont County Municipal Court.

Moton is currently held in the Hamilton County Jail on other charges. A warrant for his arrest has been issued.