Donna Roth, 54, rural Archbold, was given a 67-day jail sentence with credit for time served in Fulton County Common Pleas Court, Wednesday, Nov. 15.
Roth was originally indicted by a Fulton County Grand Jury on July 17 on one count each of trespassing in a habitation when a person is present or likely to be present, and criminal trespass. She entered a guilty plea to trespassing in a habitation when a person is present or likely to be present.
In a press release, Scott Haselman, Fulton County prosecuting attorney, said on July 3, Roth, by force, trespassed in a residence.
She was placed on three years of community control; ordered to stay out of bars and-or taverns, not to possess or consume alcohol, abide by an 11 pm to 6 am curfew, complete a dual-diagnosis assessment with Recovery Services of Northwest Ohio, complete any treatment or aftercare, attend no less than two Alcoholics Anonymous or Narcotics Anonymous meeting each week.
Roth was sentenced to 67 days at the Corrections Center of Northwest Ohio, with credit for time served.
If she fails to comply with the conditions of her sentence, she could spend 12 months in prison.
Two others were also sentenced:
•Scott Double, 46, Fayette; originally indicted May 17 on one count each, tampering with records, grand theft; entered guilty plea to grand theft; between Jan. 17, 2014-July 12, 2016, he knowingly received unemployment compensation while working; sentenced to seven days at CCNO, work release granted; placed on four years community control; ordered to pay prosecution costs and $17,005.25 in restitution to Ohio Department of Job & Family Services, attend theft intervention program. Failure to comply could result in an eight-month prison sentence.
•Steven Vasvery, 59, Napoleon; originally indicted April 17 on one count, aggravated possession of drugs; entered guilty plea to charge; possessed prescription painkiller Oxycodone on March 19; sentenced to two years community control; ordered to stay out of bars and-or taverns, not to possess or consume alcohol, complete a drug screen every Monday for the first year of community control, be assessed by Recovery Services of Northwest Ohio, complete any recommended treatment. Failure to comply could result in an 11-month prison sentence.