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Six Sentenced



James Barber, Fulton County Common Pleas Court judge, recently handed down sentences against six persons:

•Luis Garza, 32, Wauseon; pled guilt to possession of cocaine; was in possession of cocaine during a May 27 traffic stop; sentenced to 10 months in prison; to report to Fulton County Sheriff Department Aug. 30 to begin sentence.

•Ed Hart, 51, Fayette; pled guilty to operating a vehicle while intoxicated; was driving under the influence of alcohol on Jan 2; seven prior DUI convictions; placed on community control for two years, driver license suspended for three years; ordered to forfeit vehicle, participate in SEARCH program, Bowling Green; to report to Corrections Center of Northwest Ohio Sept. 6 to await transportation to SEARCH; ordered to participate in mandatory alcohol program; failure to comply could result in one-year prison sentence.

•Steven Masteller, 45, Bedminster, N.J.; pled guilty to attempted failure to comply with order or signal of a police officer; on Feb. 3, while on Ohio Turnpike, attempted to elude Ohio State Highway Patrol units; 14- month prison term reserved; placed on community control for two years; ordered to serve 59 days at CCNO, credit for time spent; ordered to pay cost of prosecution, $1,000 fine, continue counseling, abide by 11 pm to 6 am curfew.

•Sean Slane, 22, Splendora, Texas; pled guilty to non-support of dependents; between Nov. 2007 and Oct. 2009, failed to pay child support; arrearage: $5,262.21; placed on community control for two years; ordered to pay child support; have no convictions other than minor traffic for two years; ordered to stay out of bars and taverns; seek and maintain employment; failure to comply could result in 120-day jail sentence.

•Kimberly Wilson, 36, Napoleon; pled guilty to receiving stolen property; on Jan. 11, was in possession of credit card stolen from Defiance woman’s purse; 11-month prison reserved, placed on community control for two years, ordered to pay cost of prosecution, stay out of bars and taverns, possess no alcohol, abide by 10 pm to 6 am curfew, seek and maintain employment, complete participation in the WORTH Center, Lima. Wilson was taken into custody to await transportation to the WORTH Center.

•Ronald Wyckhouse, 53, Swanton, previously pled guilty to felonious assault; used a knife to physically harm a Swanton woman on Jan. 18; sentenced to prison for five years.


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