Stuart Carroll, 51, Archbold, was sentenced to seven months in prison and ordered to pay court costs in Fulton County Common Pleas Court, Friday, Jan. 26.
Carroll was indicted by a Fulton County Grand Jury on a single count of possession of heroin on Aug. 21, 2017.
He entered a guilty plea.
Scott Haselman Fulton County prosecuting attorney, said in a press release on Jan. 21, 2017, Carroll possessed heroin.
Others sentenced recently:
•Jason Cadwell, 43, Stryker; indicted June 19, 2017, on eight counts, forgery, four counts, theft of drugs; entered guilty plea to theft of drugs; on Jan. 24, 2017, stole drugs from a nursing home; sentenced Friday, Jan. 26, to three years of community control; ordered to pay cost of prosecution, $153.26 in restitution, stay out of bars-taverns, not to possess or consume alcohol, to remain at the Corrections Center of Northwest Ohio until entry into the Search Program at the Northwest Community Corrections Center, must complete treatment and aftercare. Failure to comply could result in 16-month prison sentence.
•Danyel Vanarsdalen, 30, West Unity; indicted June 19, 2017, on one count, complicity to commit possession of heroin; entered guilty plea to attempted complicity to commit possession of heroin; on May 9, 2017, knowingly aided another in obtaining heroin; sentenced Friday, Jan. 26, to 130 days at CCNO, credit for days served; ordered to pay cost of prosecution.
•Nicholas Hicks, 19, Wauseon; indicted July 17, 2017, on one count, burglary; entered no contest plea, found guilty of burglary; on Sept. 23, 2016, trespassed in an occupied structure with the purpose to commit a criminal offense; sentenced Tuesday, Jan. 30, to two days at CCNO, credit for time served; placed on two years community control; ordered to pay cost of prosecution, $1,290 in restitution, have no contact with victim, stay out of bars-taverns, not to possess or consume alcohol, abide by 9 pm-6 am curfew, obtain General Education Diploma (GED), complete cognitive behavior therapy program through Fulton County Common Pleas Court, complete counseling at Four County Family Center, comply with any medication regime. Failure to comply could result in 24-month prison sentence.