Jeffrey Nadeau, Jr., 30, and Kimber Nadeau, 35, a married couple from Wauseon, were each sentenced on drug-related charges in Fulton County Common Pleas Court, Wednesday, April 13.
A secret indictment was returned against J. Nadeau during the Aug. 17, 2015, grand jury session. He was charged with two counts permitting drug abuse and a single count of trafficking in marijuana.
Under a secret indictment, a grand jury can indict a person but not release the name for fear of the person fleeing arrest.
J. Nadeau entered a guilty plea to a single count of trafficking in marijuana in February. In a press release, Scott Haselman, Fulton County prosecuting attorney, said Nadeau sold marijuana on Feb. 3, 2014.
He was sentenced to three days at the Corrections Center of Northwest Ohio and placed on one year of community control.
He was ordered to pay $150 in restitution to Multi-Area Narcotics Task Force (MAN Unit), stay out of bars-taverns, not to possess or consume alcohol or illegal substances, be assessed for drug-alcohol treatment and complete all recommendations, and earn his general education diploma (GED). His driver license was suspended for six months with occupational, probation, treatment, and child care privileges granted.
Failure to comply could result in an eight-month prison sentence.
Kimber Nadeau was also indicted on Aug. 17, 2015, on four counts each, trafficking in marijuana and permitting drug abuse, and one count each, trafficking in drugs and aggravated trafficking in drugs.
She filed a guilty plea in February to three counts of trafficking in marijuana and a count of permitting drug abuse.
Haselman said on Feb. 3, Feb. 13, and July 8, 2014, she sold marijuana and on Dec. 2, 2014, she sold drugs from her home.
She was sentenced to 20 days at CCNO, with credit for four days served. She was placed on two years community control, ordered to pay $450 restitution to the MAN Unit, stay out of bars-taverns, not to possess or consume alcohol or illegal substances, and complete the Changing Offender Behavior program and all recommendations.
Her driver license was suspended for six months with occupational, probation, treatment, and child care privileges granted.
Failure to comply could result in a 17-month prison sentence.