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Tuesday, September 10, 2013

Stepmother sentenced for locking up teen twins

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Stepmother sentenced for locking up teen twins

Jonna Winkler describes family vacations at the sentencing for child endangering Monday. STEVE MANHEIM/CHRONICLE
Jonna Winkler describes family vacations at the sentencing for child endangering Monday. STEVE MANHEIM/CHRONICLE
ELYRIA — A North Ridgeville woman was sentenced Monday to seven months in jail for abusing her two teenage stepchildren by depriving them of food and locking them in a room that was empty except for two bare mattresses while they were clad only in their underwear.
Jonna Winkler, 39, also paid a fine of $750 and was barred from having any contact with the two boys for the next five years when she appeared before Elyria Municipal Court Judge Gary Bennett. She pleaded no contest to child endangering and persistent disorderly conduct charges earlier this year, according to court records.
The boys’ father, 40-year-old Joseph Winkler, faces a potential jail term when he appears before Bennett to be sentenced on charges of child endangering and persistent disorderly conduct later this month.
Jonna Winkler defended her actions as Bennett grilled her about what life was like for the two boys before they managed to escape in February from the Winklers’ Wallace Boulevard house.
“I made a mistake … but I love my kids. I love all six of my kids,” said Jonna Winkler, who has four children of her own that police described as well cared for. Those children remain in the Winkler’s care, while the twins are with their biological mother.
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Stepmother sentenced for locking up teen twins

Jonna Winkler describes family vacations at the sentencing for child endangering Monday. STEVE MANHEIM/CHRONICLE
Jonna Winkler describes family vacations at the sentencing for child endangering Monday. STEVE MANHEIM/CHRONICLE
ELYRIA — A North Ridgeville woman was sentenced Monday to seven months in jail for abusing her two teenage stepchildren by depriving them of food and locking them in a room that was empty except for two bare mattresses while they were clad only in their underwear.
Jonna Winkler, 39, also paid a fine of $750 and was barred from having any contact with the two boys for the next five years when she appeared before Elyria Municipal Court Judge Gary Bennett. She pleaded no contest to child endangering and persistent disorderly conduct charges earlier this year, according to court records.
The boys’ father, 40-year-old Joseph Winkler, faces a potential jail term when he appears before Bennett to be sentenced on charges of child endangering and persistent disorderly conduct later this month.
Jonna Winkler defended her actions as Bennett grilled her about what life was like for the two boys before they managed to escape in February from the Winklers’ Wallace Boulevard house.
“I made a mistake … but I love my kids. I love all six of my kids,” said Jonna Winkler, who has four children of her own that police described as well cared for. Those children remain in the Winkler’s care, while the twins are with their biological mother.
- See more at: http://chronicle.northcoastnow.com/2013/09/10/stepmother-sentenced-for-locking-teen-twins/#sthash.WU3fKZIo.SZPQNDGe.dpuf

Stepmother sentenced for locking up teen twins

Jonna Winkler describes family vacations at the sentencing for child endangering Monday. STEVE MANHEIM/CHRONICLE
Jonna Winkler describes family vacations at the sentencing for child endangering Monday. STEVE MANHEIM/CHRONICLE
ELYRIA — A North Ridgeville woman was sentenced Monday to seven months in jail for abusing her two teenage stepchildren by depriving them of food and locking them in a room that was empty except for two bare mattresses while they were clad only in their underwear.
Jonna Winkler, 39, also paid a fine of $750 and was barred from having any contact with the two boys for the next five years when she appeared before Elyria Municipal Court Judge Gary Bennett. She pleaded no contest to child endangering and persistent disorderly conduct charges earlier this year, according to court records.
The boys’ father, 40-year-old Joseph Winkler, faces a potential jail term when he appears before Bennett to be sentenced on charges of child endangering and persistent disorderly conduct later this month.
Jonna Winkler defended her actions as Bennett grilled her about what life was like for the two boys before they managed to escape in February from the Winklers’ Wallace Boulevard house.
“I made a mistake … but I love my kids. I love all six of my kids,” said Jonna Winkler, who has four children of her own that police described as well cared for. Those children remain in the Winkler’s care, while the twins are with their biological mother.
- See more at: http://chronicle.northcoastnow.com/2013/09/10/stepmother-sentenced-for-locking-teen-twins/#sthash.WU3fKZIo.SZPQNDGe.dpuf

Stepmother sentenced for locking up teen twins

Jonna Winkler describes family vacations at the sentencing for child endangering Monday. STEVE MANHEIM/CHRONICLE
Jonna Winkler describes family vacations at the sentencing for child endangering Monday. STEVE MANHEIM/CHRONICLE
ELYRIA — A North Ridgeville woman was sentenced Monday to seven months in jail for abusing her two teenage stepchildren by depriving them of food and locking them in a room that was empty except for two bare mattresses while they were clad only in their underwear.
Jonna Winkler, 39, also paid a fine of $750 and was barred from having any contact with the two boys for the next five years when she appeared before Elyria Municipal Court Judge Gary Bennett. She pleaded no contest to child endangering and persistent disorderly conduct charges earlier this year, according to court records.
The boys’ father, 40-year-old Joseph Winkler, faces a potential jail term when he appears before Bennett to be sentenced on charges of child endangering and persistent disorderly conduct later this month.
Jonna Winkler defended her actions as Bennett grilled her about what life was like for the two boys before they managed to escape in February from the Winklers’ Wallace Boulevard house.
“I made a mistake … but I love my kids. I love all six of my kids,” said Jonna Winkler, who has four children of her own that police described as well cared for. Those children remain in the Winkler’s care, while the twins are with their biological mother.
- See more at: http://chronicle.northcoastnow.com/2013/09/10/stepmother-sentenced-for-locking-teen-twins/#sthash.WU3fKZIo.SZPQNDGe.dpuf

Stepmother sentenced for locking up teen twins

Jonna Winkler describes family vacations at the sentencing for child endangering Monday. STEVE MANHEIM/CHRONICLE
Jonna Winkler describes family vacations at the sentencing for child endangering Monday. STEVE MANHEIM/CHRONICLE
ELYRIA — A North Ridgeville woman was sentenced Monday to seven months in jail for abusing her two teenage stepchildren by depriving them of food and locking them in a room that was empty except for two bare mattresses while they were clad only in their underwear.
Jonna Winkler, 39, also paid a fine of $750 and was barred from having any contact with the two boys for the next five years when she appeared before Elyria Municipal Court Judge Gary Bennett. She pleaded no contest to child endangering and persistent disorderly conduct charges earlier this year, according to court records.
The boys’ father, 40-year-old Joseph Winkler, faces a potential jail term when he appears before Bennett to be sentenced on charges of child endangering and persistent disorderly conduct later this month.
Jonna Winkler defended her actions as Bennett grilled her about what life was like for the two boys before they managed to escape in February from the Winklers’ Wallace Boulevard house.
“I made a mistake … but I love my kids. I love all six of my kids,” said Jonna Winkler, who has four children of her own that police described as well cared for. Those children remain in the Winkler’s care, while the twins are with their biological mother.
- See more at: http://chronicle.northcoastnow.com/2013/09/10/stepmother-sentenced-for-locking-teen-twins/#sthash.WU3fKZIo.SZPQNDGe.dpuf

Stepmother sentenced for locking up teen twins

Jonna Winkler describes family vacations at the sentencing for child endangering Monday. STEVE MANHEIM/CHRONICLE
Jonna Winkler describes family vacations at the sentencing for child endangering Monday. STEVE MANHEIM/CHRONICLE
ELYRIA — A North Ridgeville woman was sentenced Monday to seven months in jail for abusing her two teenage stepchildren by depriving them of food and locking them in a room that was empty except for two bare mattresses while they were clad only in their underwear.
Jonna Winkler, 39, also paid a fine of $750 and was barred from having any contact with the two boys for the next five years when she appeared before Elyria Municipal Court Judge Gary Bennett. She pleaded no contest to child endangering and persistent disorderly conduct charges earlier this year, according to court records.
The boys’ father, 40-year-old Joseph Winkler, faces a potential jail term when he appears before Bennett to be sentenced on charges of child endangering and persistent disorderly conduct later this month.
Jonna Winkler defended her actions as Bennett grilled her about what life was like for the two boys before they managed to escape in February from the Winklers’ Wallace Boulevard house.
“I made a mistake … but I love my kids. I love all six of my kids,” said Jonna Winkler, who has four children of her own that police described as well cared for. Those children remain in the Winkler’s care, while the twins are with their biological mother.
- See more at: http://chronicle.northcoastnow.com/2013/09/10/stepmother-sentenced-for-locking-teen-twins/#sthash.WU3fKZIo.SZPQNDGe.dpuf

Stepmother sentenced for locking up teen twins

Jonna Winkler describes family vacations at the sentencing for child endangering Monday. STEVE MANHEIM/CHRONICLE
Jonna Winkler describes family vacations at the sentencing for child endangering Monday. STEVE MANHEIM/CHRONICLE
ELYRIA — A North Ridgeville woman was sentenced Monday to seven months in jail for abusing her two teenage stepchildren by depriving them of food and locking them in a room that was empty except for two bare mattresses while they were clad only in their underwear.
Jonna Winkler, 39, also paid a fine of $750 and was barred from having any contact with the two boys for the next five years when she appeared before Elyria Municipal Court Judge Gary Bennett. She pleaded no contest to child endangering and persistent disorderly conduct charges earlier this year, according to court records.
The boys’ father, 40-year-old Joseph Winkler, faces a potential jail term when he appears before Bennett to be sentenced on charges of child endangering and persistent disorderly conduct later this month.
Jonna Winkler defended her actions as Bennett grilled her about what life was like for the two boys before they managed to escape in February from the Winklers’ Wallace Boulevard house.
“I made a mistake … but I love my kids. I love all six of my kids,” said Jonna Winkler, who has four children of her own that police described as well cared for. Those children remain in the Winkler’s care, while the twins are with their biological mother.
- See more at: http://chronicle.northcoastnow.com/2013/09/10/stepmother-sentenced-for-locking-teen-twins/#sthash.WU3fKZIo.SZPQNDGe.dpuf
ELYRIA — A North Ridgeville woman was sentenced Monday to seven months in jail for abusing her two teenage stepchildren by depriving them of food and locking them in a room that was empty except for two bare mattresses while they were clad only in their underwear.
Jonna Winkler, 39, also paid a fine of $750 and was barred from having any contact with the two boys for the next five years when she appeared before Elyria Municipal Court Judge Gary Bennett. She pleaded no contest to child endangering and persistent disorderly conduct charges earlier this year, according to court records.
The boys’ father, 40-year-old Joseph Winkler, faces a potential jail term when he appears before Bennett to be sentenced on charges of child endangering and persistent disorderly conduct later this month.
Jonna Winkler defended her actions as Bennett grilled her about what life was like for the two boys before they managed to escape in February from the Winklers’ Wallace Boulevard house.
“I made a mistake … but I love my kids. I love all six of my kids,” said Jonna Winkler, who has four children of her own that police described as well cared for. Those children remain in the Winkler’s care, while the twins are with their biological mother.
- See more at: http://chronicle.northcoastnow.com/2013/09/10/stepmother-sentenced-for-locking-teen-twins/#sthash.WU3fKZIo.SZPQNDGe.dpuf
ELYRIA — A North Ridgeville woman was sentenced Monday to seven months in jail for abusing her two teenage stepchildren by depriving them of food and locking them in a room that was empty except for two bare mattresses while they were clad only in their underwear.
Jonna Winkler, 39, also paid a fine of $750 and was barred from having any contact with the two boys for the next five years when she appeared before Elyria Municipal Court Judge Gary Bennett. She pleaded no contest to child endangering and persistent disorderly conduct charges earlier this year, according to court records.
The boys’ father, 40-year-old Joseph Winkler, faces a potential jail term when he appears before Bennett to be sentenced on charges of child endangering and persistent disorderly conduct later this month.
Jonna Winkler defended her actions as Bennett grilled her about what life was like for the two boys before they managed to escape in February from the Winklers’ Wallace Boulevard house.
“I made a mistake … but I love my kids. I love all six of my kids,” said Jonna Winkler, who has four children of her own that police described as well cared for. Those children remain in the Winkler’s care, while the twins are with their biological mother.
- See more at: http://chronicle.northcoastnow.com/2013/09/10/stepmother-sentenced-for-locking-teen-twins/#sthash.WU3fKZIo.SZPQNDGe.dpuf
ELYRIA — A North Ridgeville woman was sentenced Monday to seven months in jail for abusing her two teenage stepchildren by depriving them of food and locking them in a room that was empty except for two bare mattresses while they were clad only in their underwear.
Jonna Winkler, 39, also paid a fine of $750 and was barred from having any contact with the two boys for the next five years when she appeared before Elyria Municipal Court Judge Gary Bennett. She pleaded no contest to child endangering and persistent disorderly conduct charges earlier this year, according to court records.
The boys’ father, 40-year-old Joseph Winkler, faces a potential jail term when he appears before Bennett to be sentenced on charges of child endangering and persistent disorderly conduct later this month.
Jonna Winkler defended her actions as Bennett grilled her about what life was like for the two boys before they managed to escape in February from the Winklers’ Wallace Boulevard house.
“I made a mistake … but I love my kids. I love all six of my kids,” said Jonna Winkler, who has four children of her own that police described as well cared for. Those children remain in the Winkler’s care, while the twins are with their biological mother.
- See more at: http://chronicle.northcoastnow.com/2013/09/10/stepmother-sentenced-for-locking-teen-twins/#sthash.WU3fKZIo.SZPQNDGe.dpuf
ELYRIA — A North Ridgeville woman was sentenced Monday to seven months in jail for abusing her two teenage stepchildren by depriving them of food and locking them in a room that was empty except for two bare mattresses while they were clad only in their underwear.
Jonna Winkler, 39, also paid a fine of $750 and was barred from having any contact with the two boys for the next five years when she appeared before Elyria Municipal Court Judge Gary Bennett. She pleaded no contest to child endangering and persistent disorderly conduct charges earlier this year, according to court records.
The boys’ father, 40-year-old Joseph Winkler, faces a potential jail term when he appears before Bennett to be sentenced on charges of child endangering and persistent disorderly conduct later this month.
Jonna Winkler defended her actions as Bennett grilled her about what life was like for the two boys before they managed to escape in February from the Winklers’ Wallace Boulevard house.
“I made a mistake … but I love my kids. I love all six of my kids,” said Jonna Winkler, who has four children of her own that police described as well cared for. Those children remain in the Winkler’s care, while the twins are with their biological mother.
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2 comments:

  1. They should lock the bitch up in the bedroom for a couple weeks, see how she likes it.........

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  2. They should lock the bitch up in the bedroom for a couple weeks, see how she likes it.........

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