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Five Sentenced Recently



Sentences against five persons were recently handed down in Fulton County Common Pleas Court:

Simon Champada, 23, rural Wauseon; sentenced to 18 months in prison for having weapons while under disability; May 7-9, had a firearm in his possession; was previously convicted of a felony drug charge, making it illegal for him to possess a firearm.

•Monica Creamer, 33, Wauseon; previously pled guilty to trafficking in drugs and aggravated trafficking in drugs; Oct. 19-20, sold prescription pills to another; sentenced to 30 days at the Corrections Center of Northwest Ohio; placed on two years community control; ordered to pay the cost of prosecution, attorney fees, restitution, complete treatment at Recovery Services of Northwest Ohio; driver license suspended for six months, work and treatment privileges granted; failure to comply could result in 14-month prison sentence.

•Shawn D. O’Leary, 26, Lyons; previously pled guilty to possession of heroin; on May 3, law enforcement responded to a drug overdose at his residence; sentenced to two years community control; driver license suspended for six months, occupational driving privileges granted; ordered to pay the cost of prosecution and attorney fees, stay out of bars and-or taverns, not to possess alcohol, seek and maintain employment, complete treatment at SEARCH program, Bowling Green, have no contact with Jasmine Elizardo; failure to comply could result in 11-month prison sentence.

•Tommy S. Partin, 46, Swanton; pled guilty to passing bad checks; on March 4, wrote a bad check for $1,425 to a Swanton woman; sentenced to 64 days at CCNO, credit for 64 days served; placed on two years community control; ordered to pay cost of prosecution, attorney fees, restitution, stay out of bars and-or taverns, not to possess alcohol, seek and maintain employment; failure to comply could result in 11-month prison sentence.

•David S. Williams, 28, Swanton; previously pled guilty to trafficking in marijuana; on or about March 2, knowingly sold marijuana; sentenced to 20 days at CCNO, work release granted; ordered to pay cost of prosecution, counsel fees, not consume or possess alcoholic beverages, not to enter bars or taverns, be assessed by a reputable drug-alcohol agency and be successfully discharged from treatment, have no contact with Tony Dehnbostel, Jr., abide by 10 pm to 6 am curfew, provide proof of high school degree or obtain a general education diploma (GED); driver license suspended for six months, occupational driving privileges granted; failure to comply could result in 11-month prison sentence.



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