Edward Reyes, 33, Archbold, was sentenced to one year of community control after he was sentenced on a theft charge, Monday, Aug. 6.
In a press release, Scott Haselman, Fulton County prosecuting attorney, said between May 9 and July 5, 2011, Reyes stole $4,167.36 from the bank account of another Archbold man.
Reyes was indicted March 19. He entered a guilty plea on June 4.
In addition to his community control sentence, Reyes was ordered to serve five days at the Corrections Center of Northwest Ohio. He was given credit for five days already served.
He was also ordered to make restitution, pay the cost of his prosecution, and have no contact with the victim or any other family members.
Failure to comply could result Reyes spending 180 days at CCNO.
Two others were also sentenced Aug. 6:
•Tyler Makula, 26, rural Delta, previously pled guilty to assault; assaulted a Wauseon man March 4; sentenced to 60 days at CCNO, work release granted; ordered to pay cost of prosecution and attorney fees; must seek and maintain employment, pay $5,762.26 in restitution, stay out of bars-taverns, not possess or consume alcohol, and have no contact with the victim; ordered to report to CCNO, Tuesday, Aug. 14 at 9 pm; failure to comply could result in 180 days at CCNO.
•Nolan Oberla, 20, Wauseon; previously pled guilty to attempted permitting drug abuse; on March 8, attempted to allow marijuana to be sold from his vehicle; sentenced to two years community control, ordered to pay $250 fine, prosecution costs, attorney fees within 180 days; commit no similar offenses other than minor traffic violations for two years; driver license suspended for six months, occupational, education, worship, and probation driving privileges granted; failure to comply could result in 60 days at CCNO.