Cioffi Sentenced to Prison for Felonious Assault and Domestic Violence


Judge Kevin P. Braig of the Logan County Court of Common Pleas today sentenced Carlos M. Cioffi to four to six years in prison on his convictions on two counts of felonious assault, felonies of the second degree, and four counts of domestic violence, misdemeanors of the first degree.

A Logan County jury convicted the defendant of the offenses on April 25, 2024.

During the trial, Logan County Assistant Prosecutor Nathan Yohey introduced evidence of the injuries sustained by the victim, Mindy Cioffi.

The evidence included photographs of visible serious bruising and other injuries.

The victim addressed the court at the sentencing hearing.

She requested the Court to impose a prison term.

Likewise, Yohey recommended prison.

Cioffi’s attorney, Eric Allen of New Albany, Ohio, argued the Court should put Cioffi on probation.

The defendant waived his right to personally address the court but told the pre-sentence investigator that he was innocent and that the victim’s injuries resulted from falls for which he was not to blame.