Raymount Moore, 23, Archbold, was sentenced to two years probation after he pleaded guilty to a single count of domestic violence, Paul Kennedy, assistant Fulton County prosecuting attorney, said in a press release.
Moore was indicted by a Fulton County Grand Jury on April 16, 2012, after a March 19, 2012 incident at the residence Moore shared with Margarita E. Rodriguez, then 22.
The Archbold police report on the incident states on that night, an officer on patrol in Colony Meadows was flagged down by a bystander and told Moore and Rodriguez were fighting.
When the officer arrived at the mobile home, he observed marks on Rodriguez’s neck and bruising to one eye. While Moore denied a physical altercation, Rodriguez said he had choked her.
Moore pled guilty to domestic violence in June 2012, but Kennedy said Moore failed to appear for part of his pre-sentence investigation. In July 2012, a bench warrant was issued.
He was arrested on March 25, and has been held at the Correction Center of Northwest Ohio on a $25,000 bond. As of Friday, June 7, he was still being held at CCNO.
He was sentenced in Fulton Common Pleas Court on Thursday, June 6.
In addition to the community control portion of his sentence, Moore was also ordered to complete the SEARCH Program in Bowling Green, complete anger management treatment, obtain a general education diploma (GED), and seek and maintain employment.
Also, Moore was sentenced to three years of community control in Henry County Common Pleas Court on Monday, June 3, on a charge of receiving stolen property.
Henry County has also ordered Moore to complete SEARCH.