NEW PHILADELPHIA Dover, Oh

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Arthur S. Ginier III

NEW PHILADELPHIA (TuscoTv) - The suspect of a stabbing last August in Dover was found guilty of multiple charges including attempted murder yesterday in the court of Tuscarawas County Common Pleas Judge Edward O’Farrell.

Arthur S. Ginier III, 41, of Carrolton pleaded no contest Monday afternoon to charges of felonious assault and two counts of grand theft auto in addition to the attempted murder charge. Ginier changed his plea from not guilty to no contest as part of an agreement with the county prosecutors office. In exchange for the plea, O’Farrell dismissed Ginier’s charge of aggravated robbery.

Ginier will serve a minimum of seven and a maximum of 10½ years in prison for the combined charges. He is scheduled for sentencing on March 19th. O’Farrell says that until then Ginier will being held without bail at the county jail. 

A codefendant in the August 25th stabbing and robbery, Kimberly D. Jarvis, 35, of Uhrichsville is currently being held on $250,000 bail. Jarvis pleaded not guilty to charges of aggravated robbery and two counts of grand theft auto. A status hearing for Jarvis will be held on Monday Feb. 3rd with a jury trial to follow on Tuesday.

 

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