Bonham, Price Court Records Reveal Drug-related Charges
By Timothy Perry
October 4, 2015 - 8:46 PM
MOUNT VERNON - Ashli Price, 29, of Mount Vernon was apprehended with Travis Boham, who was arrested on charges of grand theft and has been called a "person of interest" in the Coshocton Rd. murders of Bonham's mother, Sandra Stelk, 50, and his girlfriend, Jamie Barber, 23.
It is unclear whether the two arrested individuals are related, or what type of relationship Bonham and Price have.
According to a new release sent out by Knox County Sheriff David Shaffer, Price was the driver of the vehicle in which she and Bonham were apprehended. She was arrested for driving with a suspended license.
Knox County Municipal Court Records reveal that between 2005 and 2015, Price has faced a number of charges, ranging from stop sign violations to child endangerment to possession of drug abuse instruments. She was convicted of trafficking in drugs, a fourth degree felony in the Knox County Court of Common Pleas in 2013. She was sentenced to three years of community control and was to serve 30 days in the county jail, received a 60 day operators license suspension, was to submit to drug and alcohol assessments and treatment and monitoring, and was to maintain full-time employment. The community control was revoked in May of 2015 and she was resentenced to 90 days in the county jail.
Knox County court records show that Bonham, 30, was convicted of receiving
stolen property, a fifth degree felony and hypodermic possession in 2014
and was released from prison on July 31 of this year. He also has had
numerous domestic violence charges against him in Licking County.
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