Ohio Inmates Segregated For Drinking

Published:
Updated:

Inmates whose drinking at the Ohio governor's residence has endangered a prisoners' work program have been punished with 15 days in segregation.
     
Records released to The Associated Press on Friday show that a prison disciplinary board found both inmates guilty of violating prison rules by drinking alcohol at the house last month.
     
The documents show neither inmate Nicholas Hoaja nor inmate Dallas Feazell offered any defense for their May 27 behavior.
     
The drinking was discovered by a prison worker picking up four inmates at the end of their shift at the governor's residence in Bexley.
     
Gov. Ted Strickland has said a note left at the residence by Hoaja suggested he may have been drinking to sabotage his chances for release.
     
Watch 10TV News HD and refresh 10TV.com for continuing coverage.

Previous Stories:

June 2, 1010: Senate Confirms Second Ohio Public Safety Pick
May 26, 2010: Strickland Appoints New Public Safety Director
May 25, 2010:  Ohio Senate Refuses Confirmation Of Collins-Taylor
May 25, 2010:  Ohio Senate Committee Votes Against Public Safety Director's Confirmation
May 20, 2010: Collins-Taylor Says She Had No Motive To Lie About Sting
May 19, 2010: Public Safety Director 'Offended' By Report Into Canceled Sting
May 14, 2010: Subpoenas Out, Confirmation Hearings Will Focus On Whether Public Safety Director Lied
May 13, 2010: Bill Introduced To Review Prisoner Work Program
May 11, 2010: Safety Director Denied Aborting Sting, Recordings Show
May 5, 2010: Strickland Asked To Suspend Inmate Program Where He Lives
April 29, 2010: Report: 'Political Embarrassment' Key Factor In Canceled Sting
April 28, 2010:  'No Holds Barred' Report Expected About Gov. Residence Incident
March 24, 2010:  Senate Hearings Continue On Canceled Drug Sting At Gov's Residence
March 22, 2010: Canceled Hearings On Drug Sting Will Continue
March 17, 2010: E-Mails Show Drug Sting May Have Been Stopped For Political Reasons
February 24, 2010: Cover Up Allegations Follow Canceled Drug Sting
February 23, 2010:  Concerns Linger About Alcohol, Inmates Inside Governor's Residence
February 17, 2010:  10 Investigates' Probe Prompts Senate Hearing
February 2, 2010:   Patrol Changes Investigation Involving Major 
February 1, 2010:   Ex-Colonel Wants Investigation Into Alleged Gov. Residence Plot
January 29, 2010:   Ohio Highway Patrol Official Ousted Over Alleged Gov. Residence Plot
January 28, 2010:   Strickland Confident How Patrol Handled Sting Outside His Mansion
January 27, 2010:   Woman At Center Of Alleged Drug Deal Governor's Mansion Explains Ordeal
January 26, 2010:   Patrol Tips Off Woman Suspected In Drug Deal At Governor's Mansion