Jesse Wilder, 25, Camden Mich., formerly of 206 Farmington Rd., Archbold, pled guilty to a charge of aggravated trespass in Fulton County Common Pleas Court, Thursday, Oct. 25.
An Archbold police report from Jan. 29 states at about 3:38 am, officers received a report of a burglary in progress at the residence of Daniel Restle, 35, 408 South Street, Unit B.
An Archbold police offi cer stated in his report that when he arrived on the scene, he found Restle on top of Wilder.
The officer said he “ordered the resident off him, and called a rescue squad for the suspect.”
Archbold Rescue transported Wilder to the Fulton County Health Center.
He was arrested by Fulton County sheriff deputies on March 1, and taken to the Corrections Center of Northwest Ohio. He was released on his own recognizance.
Court records show a warrant was issued for his arrest on July 20; FCSD deputies arrested him five days later.
Originally indicted on Feb. 27 on one count of attempted burglary, he entered a guilty plea to an amended charge of aggravated trespassing.
A press release from Scott Haselman, Fulton County prosecuting attorney, said Wilder “entered the premises of an Archbold man with purpose to commit a misdemeanor offense involving physical harm.”
Wilder was ordered to maintain his current Camden, Mich. address, pay the cost of prosecution and attorney fees, have no contact with Restle, stay out of bars and taverns, and not possess alcohol or illegal drugs.
He was also ordered by the court to not enter Nu-Arch Lanes, seek and maintain employment, successfully complete drug and alcohol treatment, and have no convictions other than minor traffic violations for the next two years.
If Wilder fails to comply with the terms of his sentence, he could spend up to 180 days at CCNO.