Guilty! Patrise Clark Elliott, Lebanon, Ohio [drug charges]

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  1. News Readers

    News Readers The Paperboy

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    Patrise Clark Elliot & Justin Elliot

    >>> Guilty on the original charges <<<
    >>> disposition of current charges is yet to be determined. <<<

    Patrise Clark Elliott (24xx Bendel Drive, Middletown, Ohio), 34, 3rd-grade teacher at Anthony Wayne Elementary School, Franklin City Schools, Franklin, Ohio, "allegedly possessed and trafficked Oxycodone pills, a schedule II drug", later charged for growing marijuana

    Former Franklin teacher indicted again on drug charges

    A former Franklin elementary school teacher who was already receiving treatment in lieu of conviction of drug charges in 2012 is facing a new set of drug-related charges along with her husband. A Warren County grand jury Friday indicted Patrise Clark Elliott, 34, and her husband Justin Elliott, 36, both of Middletown, on charges of cultivation of marijuana, a second-degree felony, possession of marijuana, a third-degree felony, possession of criminal tools, a fifth-degree felony, endangering children, a third-degree felony, and a misdemeanor permitting drug abuse charge. Justin Elliott was also indicted on a misdemeanor charge of possession drug abuse instruments.

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  2. TMP

    TMP Himself

    Background ...

    Teacher indicted for drug possession

    24 Sept 2012

    A Franklin teacher was indicted Friday by the Warren County Grand Jury for aggravated possession of drugs, according to an indictment list released by the prosecutor’s office. Patrice Clark-Elliott, 34, of the 2400 block of Bendel Drive in Middletown, allegedly possessed and trafficked Oxycodone pills, a schedule II drug, when she was arrested by Middletown police in early August. Possession of drugs is a third-degree felony and is punishable by up to five years in prison and a $10,000 fine.


    Clark-Elliott was observed on Aug. 6 pulling into a Speedway gas station after a witness called police about an intoxicated driver. The officer pulled up behind Elliott’s vehicle and observed Allen leaning inside the passenger door of Elliott’s vehicle, according to a Middletown police report. The officer then observed Allen allegedly hand a plastic baggie containing 15 blue pills determined as Roxycodone, which is a narcotic pain reliever that is used to treat moderate to severe pain in the body. The officer then allegedly saw Elliott hand Allen $225 in cash, the report said.
  3. TMP

    TMP Himself

    Background ...

    Teacher indicted for drug possession now working in administrative office

    24 Jan 2013

    Patrice Clark-Elliott entered a guilty plea in Warren County Common Pleas Court on Dec. 4 to a single count of aggravated possession of drugs, a fourth-degree felony. However on the same day, she filed a motion for intervention in lieu of conviction. Judge James Flannery granted Clark-Elliott’s motion, which stayed the criminal proceedings until she completes the intervention program. If the intervention and other probation terms are successfully completed, the court could dismiss the case without a criminal conviction and seal the court record.
  4. TMP

    TMP Himself

    So after being allowed particpate in the diversion/intervention program, she bungles it by being caught growing weed ...

    Police: Middletown parents grow pot with children in home: Couple facing felony charges

    31 March 2014

    Two parents are facing charges after police say they were growing pot in their home while their children were there. A grand jury indicted Justin Elliot and Patrise Clark on drug and child endangering charges Monday. Officers said they found several pot plants growing in their Bendel Street home.