Rogelio Zamora, 35, Archbold, has been sentenced to serve four years of community control in connection with a 2016 burglary charge.
Scott Haselman, Fulton County prosecuting attorney, said on or about July 5-6, 2016, Zamora “trespassed in an occupied structure with purpose to commit a criminal offense.”
Archbold police were called to the Colony Meadows Trailer Court at 7:10 pm, July 6, 2016, where Veronica Zamora said a television, valued at $129, was stolen from the home of her mother, Rose Rangel.
About 11 pm that same day, police were called back to Colony Meadows on a report that the suspect from the earlier theft was back.
An officer wrote in his report that the suspect was gone when he arrived, but while searching the area, Rogelio Zamora was found and placed under arrest.
Rogelio Zamora entered a guilty plea to the burglary charge in Fulton County Common Pleas Court. He was sentenced Monday, Aug. 14.
He was also ordered to pay the cost of his prosecution and attorney fees, be successfully discharged from the Drug Court program, and not to consume or possess alcohol or illegal drugs.
Failure to abide by the conditions could result in an 18-month prison sentence.