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Four Sentenced Nov. 26



Sentences were handed down Monday, Nov. 26, against four persons convicted of crimes in Fulton County Common Pleas Court:

•Erik Flinn, 32, Bryan; pled guilty to receiving stolen property; on June 19, had a stolen credit card in his possession, which he used to make purchases; ordered to spend six days at the Corrections Center of Northwest Ohio, credit for six days served; placed on two years community control; ordered to pay cost of prosecution, attorney fees, $318.86 restitution, stay out of bars-taverns, not to possess or consume alcohol, complete alcohol treatment, obtain a valid driver license, seek and maintain employment, obtain general education diploma; failure to comply could result in 10-month prison sentence.

•Rema Sweidan, 24, rural Lyons; pled guilty to permitting drug abuse; on May 29, allowed her vehicle to be used for the commission of a drug abuse offense; ordered to serve one day at CCNO, credit for one day served; placed on one year community control, fined $250, ordered to pay prosecution costs and supervision fee, stay out of bars-taverns, not to possess or consume alcohol; driver license suspended for six months, certain privileges granted; failure to comply could result in 180-day jail sentence.

•Joshua D. Miller, 20, rural Swanton; pled guilty to trafficking in marijuana; on June 22, sold marijuana in the Swanton Meadows mobile home park; sentenced to three days at CCNO, placed on community control for one year; ordered to pay cost of prosecution, $40 restitution, stay out of bars-taverns, not to possess or consume alcohol or illegal drugs, complete treatment, seek and maintain employment; driver license suspended for six months, certain privileges granted; failure to comply could result in 11-month prison sentence.

•Larry W. Lawniczak, 36, Swanton, pleaded guilty to trafficking in heroin; on June 5, sold heroin in a Swanton grocery store parking lot; sentenced to three years community control, ordered to complete treatment, seek and maintain employment, pay prosecution costs, attorney fees, make $110 restitution, stay out of bars-taverns, not to possess or consume alcohol; driver license suspended for six months, certain privileges granted; failure to comply could result in 11-month prison sentence.



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