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Four Persons Sentenced



Four persons were sentenced recently in Fulton County Common Pleas Court:

•Taryn Stone-Downing, 41, Lyons; previously pled guilty to theft; from February 2011 to Aug. 3, 2011, while employed at a Lyons convenience store, she stole cigarettes, gasoline and food; ordered to spend 120 days at the Corrections Center of Northwest Ohio, work release granted; placed on three years community control; ordered not to enter the store, not to possess alcohol or drugs, stay out of bars and taverns, pay prosecution costs; seek and maintain employment, make restitution of $4,350.91; failure to comply could result in 11-month prison sentence.

•David Miller, 22, Metamora; pled guilty to unauthorized use of a vehicle; on Aug. 14, 2011, operated vehicle without consent of owner; sentenced to three days at CCNO, credit for three days served; placed on one year community control; must not commit criminal offenses for one year; no contact with victim or codefendant; pay court costs; failure to comply could result in 60-day jail sentence.

•Jeremy Spiess, 26, rural Wauseon; convicted of possession of heroin; on Oct. 12, 2011, had heroin in his possession; sentenced to three years community control; ordered to complete SEARCH program in Bowling Green; pay costs of prosecution, attorney fees; driver license suspended for six months, ordered to possess no alcohol or drugs, stay out of bars and taverns, seek and maintain employment, abide by 10 pm-6 am curfew; failure to comply could result in one year prison sentence.

•Zachary Warncke, 19, Swanton; convicted of burglary; on Sept. 25, 2011, broke into a Swanton home and stole a television set and video game console; sentenced to two years community control; ordered to pay prosecution costs, attorney fees; ordered to obtain General Education Diploma, stay out of bars and taverns, possess no alcohol, be assessed by the SEARCH program, abide by 10 pm-6 am curfew; have no contact with victims, write letter of apology; failure to comply could result in 17- month prison sentence.



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