Youngstown woman sentenced on riot, burlgary charges
YOUNGSTOWN — A 35-year-old woman has been sentenced to a year in prison after pleading guilty to burglary and aggravated riot.
Nikkia Hudson, of West Midlothian Boulevard, drew the sentence today from Judge James C. Evans of Mahoning County Common Pleas Court.
Hudson was one of four women and two juvenile females accused of breaking into the Oregon Avenue home of two other women April 2 and behaving in a disorderly manner while inside.
The three other adult defendants in the brawl, who had also pleaded guilty to the same charges, were given probation. Receiving three years probation were Shaunterra Hudson, 20, of Ferndale Avenue, and Raylette Davenport, 19, of East Boston Avenue. Sentenced to two years probation was Tahirah Campbell, 23 of Tracey Lane.