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Five Recently Sentenced



Four men and a woman were recently sentenced in Fulton County Common Pleas Court:

•Paul Hobbs, Jr., 36, Holland; sentenced to 10 months in prison for possession of cocaine; on Feb. 3, during a traffic stop, cocaine was discovered in his vehicle; driver license suspended for six months, vehicle forfeited, $1,046 seized applied to court costs.

•Jeffrey P. Long, 55, Toledo; pled guilty to theft; on Dec. 18, 2010, stole jewelry from a rural Delta couple; sentenced to six months in prison; Long is currently serving a five-year prison term on an unrelated case from Wood County.

•Scott Pfaff, 21, Delta; previously pled guilty to theft from an elderly person or disabled adult; between November 2011 and Jan. 30, stole coins, jewelry, and a gun from an elderly couple; sentenced to two years community control, ordered to pay cost of prosecution and attorney fees, abide by 10 pm to 6 am curfew, stay out of bars-taverns, not to possess alcohol, seek and maintain employ- ment, complete SEARCH program; failure to comply could result in 11 months in prison.

•Robert Robertson, 34, rural Delta; previously pled guilty to burglary; between Sept. 15 and Nov. 1, 2011, broke into the home of a rural Delta couple and stole jewelry; sentenced to two years community control; ordered to pay court costs, attorney fees, and $5,368 in restitution, have no contact with victims, stay out of bars-taverns, not to possess alcohol, and complete SEARCH program; failure to comply could result in 12 months in prison.

•Rachel Wagner, 29, Toledo, pled guilty to theft; on July 10, 2011, stole $1,050 from a Metamora couple; sentenced to seven days at the Corrections Center of Northwest Ohio and placed on two years community control; ordered to pay court costs, attorney fees and make restitution, seek and maintain employment, obtain her general education diploma (GED), continue with drug counseling, abide by the conditions of her probation in Lenawee County, Mich., and have no contact with victims; failure to comply could result in seven months in prison.



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