John P. Donnelly III, 35, Archbold, was sentenced to one year in prison on Tuesday, May 22.
Donnelly was indicted by the Fulton County grand jury on charges of use of deception to obtain a dangerous drug, and attempted use of deception to obtain a dangerous drug on Monday, Feb. 27.
He entered a guilty plea to the use of deception charge on Friday, March 16.
In addition to the prison sentence, Donnelly’s driver license was suspended for six months.
In a press release, Scott Haselman, Fulton County prosecuting attorney, said on Jan. 2, Donnelly received a prescription for Vicodin, a prescription painkiller, by deception.
Two others were sentenced recently.
•Yvonne D. Cooker, 26, rural Montpelier; pled guilty to possession of cocaine; on April 18, authorities were called to a Wauseon motel and discovered cocaine in her possession; placed on two years community control; ordered to complete drug treatment at Correctional Treatment Facility, Toledo, obtain general education diploma (GED), seek and maintain employment, make restitution to and have no contact with motel, stay out of bars and-or taverns, not possess or consume drugs or alcohol, pay cost of prosecution; driver license suspended for six months; community control transferred to Lucas County; failure to comply could result in 10-month prison sentence.
•Alicia Spencer, 29, Chicago, Ill.; previously pled guilty to identity fraud, receiving stolen property; when stopped on the Ohio Turnpike, it was discovered that between Jan. 25 and Jan. 26, she used credit card information from several individuals to purchase gift cards and merchandise from discounts stores in the Cleveland area; sentenced to two years community control; ordered to pay cost of prosecution, attorney fees, obtain GED, abide by 11 pm to 6 am curfew, stay out of bars andor taverns, not to possess alcohol, and cooperate in the transfer of her supervision to Illinois; Spencer has been incarcerated at the Corrections Center of Northwest Ohio since Jan. 26; she waived extradition to Cook County (Chicago area), which issued a warrant for her arrest on an arson charge; failure to comply could result in 16-month prison sentence.