Three people were sentenced on March 6, 2019, in the Fulton County Common Pleas Court according to county prosecutor Scott A. Haselman.
Joshua Miller, 39, of 15289 Co. Rd. 4, Metamora, previously pleaded guilty to Theft From a Person in a Protected Class. Between April 24, 2018 and August 20, 2018, he did with purpose to deprive an elderly owner of his cash.
Judge Jeffrey L. Robinson sentenced Mr. Miller to 3 years of community control and ordered him to pay prosecution costs, have no contact with the victim, pay the victim restitution of $1,001.17, stay out of bars/taverns, not possess or consume alcohol, be assessed for dual diagnosis by Recovery Services of Northwest Ohio, and successfully complete any treatment and any recommended aftercare, and serve 9 days in CCNO, with credit for 2 days already served.
Failure to comply could result in Mr. Miller spending 24 months in prison.
Scott Laurie, 38, of Toledo, previously pled guilty to Theft. According to Fulton County Prosecutor Scott Haselman, on or about September 2017 to October 19, 2017, Mr. Laurie stole batteries valued at more than $1,000 but less than $7,500.
Judge Jeffrey Robinson sentenced Mr. Laurie to two years of community control, He ordered Mr. Laurie to serve seven days in CCNO with credit for time served; pay prosecution costs and court-appointed attorney fees; pay restitution; successfully complete treatment at the WORTH Center in Lima; successfully complete the conditions of community control in the Ottawa County Court of Common Pleas; not consume or possess alcohol or illegal drugs in his home or vehicle; and not enter bars and/or taverns.
Failure to abide by these conditions could result in Mr. Laurie serving 11 months in prison.
Savanah Kyser, 22, of Horton, MI, previously pled guilty to Grand Theft of a Motor Vehicle. According to Fulton County Prosecutor Scott Haselman, on or about April 1, 2018, Ms. Kyser stole a motor vehicle.
Judge Jeffrey Robinson sentenced Ms. Kyser to two years of community control. He ordered Ms. Kyser to serve 140 days in CCNO with credit for time served; pay prosecution costs and court-appointed attorney fees; be assessed for dual diagnosis treatment and successfully complete any recommended treatment and aftercare; not consume or possess alcohol or illegal drugs in her home or vehicle; not enter bars and/or taverns; obtain a GED; and have no contact with the victim,
Failure to abide by these conditions could result in Ms. Kyser serving 18 months in prison.
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