Henry Marksch, IV, Archbold, was given a three-day jail sentence and placed on community control in Fulton County Common Pleas Court, Thursday, May 19.
Marksch was one of nine people arrested following a countywide drug investigation, Roy Miller, Fulton County sheriff, said at the time.
He was indicted on two counts of possession of heroin by a Fulton County grand jury on Jan. 11. A guilty plea to one count of possession of heroin was entered in his case in May.
Scott Haselman, Fulton County prosecuting attorney said on or about April 20, 2015, Marksch possessed heroin.
Marksch was sentenced to three days at the Corrections Center of Northwest Ohio and placed on community control for two years. He was ordered to pay the cost of his prosecution and court-appointed attorney fees, not to possess or consume alcoholic beverages or illegal drugs, not to enter bars or taverns, be assessed by a reputable drug-alcohol agency and comply with recommended treatment, and complete drug-alcohol counseling if recommended, and seek and maintain employment
Marksch’s driver license was suspended for six months with occupational and treatment driving privileges.
Failure to comply with the conditions of his sentence could result in an 11-month prison sentence.