Clermont County man sentenced to at least seven years in prison for 2022 death of 4-year-old daughter

WEARING SHREDDED METAL. TODAY, A CLAREMONT COUNTY FATHER IS EXPECTED TO LEARN HIS PUNISHMENT AFTER BEING CHARGED FOR THE DEATH OF HIS FOUR-YEAR-OLD DAUGHTER. It comes after prosecutors say the child suffered years of abuse and neglect, leading to her death. WLWT NEWS FIVE’S RICHARD CHILES IS LIVE IN CLAREMONT COUNTY FOR THIS MORNING’S SENTENCE, RICHARD. Yes, heartbreaking case. KELLY, CHRISTOPHER. HOPE, TAMARA BANKS, CONVICTED ON THIS ACCOUNT. Initially, the couple was charged with four counts, including murder. NOW MISS BANK PLED GUILTY TO INVOLUNTARY MANSLAUGHTER LAST MONTH. Now serving a nine-year prison sentence. TODAY CHRISTOPHER WILL BE HOW BEFORE CLAREMONT COUNTY JUDGE PLEES GUILTY TO APRIL MANSLAUGHTER, A FOUR-YEAR-OLD CHILD DIED FROM COMPLICATIONS OF JUVENILE DIABETES, BACK TO 2022, PROSECUTORS SAY THE CHILD FED A DEPLORABLE DIET, WHICH CONTAINED MAINLY MOUNTAIN DEW AT FROM A BOTTLE. Years of parental neglect, which led to her death. NOW BANKS, WHO IS CURRENTLY SERVING HER NINE-YEAR REPLACEMENT. CLAREMONT COUNTY PRISON NOW AGAIN, MR. HOPE IS EXPECTED TO BE HERE AT THE CLAREMONT COUNTY COURTHOUSE, 1030, SCHEDULED FOR SENTENCE AGAIN FACE THAT INCLUDES THREE MANSLAUGHTER CONVICTIONS. REPORTIN

Clermont County man sentenced to at least seven years in prison for 2022 death of 4-year-old daughter

A Clermont County father has been sentenced to at least seven years after pleading guilty in the death of his 4-year-old daughter. Christopher Hoeb was sentenced by a Clermont County judge to seven years to a maximum of 10.5 years for his role in his daughter’s murder. dead. Prosecutors say the child was abused and neglected for years prior to her death. Last month, Hoeb’s partner, Tamara Banks, was sentenced to nine years after pleading guilty to one count of involuntary manslaughter. Both Hoeb and Banks originally faced four charges. , including murder, in this case. Hoeb pleaded guilty to involuntary manslaughter in April. The 4-year-old died in January 2022 from complaints of juvenile diabetes. Prosecutors say the child was fed a “deplorable diet” consisting mainly of mountainous foods. Dew from a bottle and years of parental neglect led to her death.

A Clermont County father has been sentenced to at least seven years after pleading guilty in the death of his 4-year-old daughter.

Christopher Hoeb was sentenced by a Clermont County judge to seven years to a maximum of 10.5 years for his role in his daughter’s death. Prosecutors say the child was abused and neglected for years prior to her death.

Last month, Hoeb’s partner, Tamara Banks, was sentenced to nine years after pleading guilty to one count of involuntary manslaughter.

Both Hoeb and Banks initially faced four charges, including murder, in the case.

Hoeb pleaded guilty to involuntary manslaughter in April.

The 4-year-old died in January 2022 from complaints of juvenile diabetes. Prosecutors say the child was fed a “deplorable diet,” consisting mainly of bottled Mountain Dew, and that years of parental neglect led to her death.