Supreme Court to rule on Eva Christian case

The Ohio Supreme Court will decide how much more time former Dayton restaurant owner Eva Christian will remain behind bars. The state’s highest court has accepted an appeal from the Montgomery County Prosecutor’s Office and has granted prosecutors’ request to postpone Christian’s re-sentencing until the supreme court issues its ruling. …
3:15 p.m. Monday, Oct. 27, 2014

Prosecutors seek to restore restaurant owner’s full prison term

Prosecutors will ask the Ohio Supreme Court to reinstate the most serious felony conviction of former Dayton restaurant owner Eva Christian, who is serving a prison term for insurance fraud-related crimes. The Montgomery County Prosecutor’s Office filed a notice of appeal to the Ohio Supreme Court last week seeking to overturn …
12:00 a.m. Monday, Aug. 18, 2014

Dayton restaurant owner’s most serious felony conviction overturned

An appeals court on Friday threw out the most serious felony conviction and reduced the severity of two other counts against former Dayton restaurant owner Eva Christian, who has already served two years of a nine-year prison sentence after her conviction on five insurance-fraud-related felonies. The Montgomery County Prosecutor’s Office …
5:37 p.m. Friday, June 20, 2014

Judges question Christian’s prison sentence

A three-judge panel of the Ohio 2nd District Court of Appeals expressed skepticism this morning over some aspects of former Dayton restaurant owner Eva Christian’s five felony convictions and subsequent nine-year prison sentence. Appeals judges Jeffrey E. Froehlich, Mary E. Donovan and Michael T. Hall questioned whether prosecutors proved all …
1:04 p.m. Tuesday, March 4, 2014

Convicted restaurant owner should stay in prison, prosecutors say

Each time Miami Twp. fire investigators and insurance adjusters returned to Cena Brazilian Steakhouse in Miami Twp. to investigate a 2009 vandalism complaint by its owner, Eva Christian, they discovered escalating amounts of damage to the place that wasn’t there on previous visits, according to Montgomery County prosecutors, who this …
4:15 p.m. Friday, Dec. 13, 2013

 Split verdict in shots fired at Xenia hoops game

A 19-year-old Springfield man has been convicted on one charge and exonerated on another stemming from shots fired outside a high school basketball game last December. A Greene County Common Pleas jury on Tuesday afternoon found Kendrick Stroder guilty of having a firearm on school property, which is a fifth-degree degree felony, and found him not guilty of discharging the firearm on school grounds.

Ohio teenager found guilty of two ‘knockout game’ robberies of $10