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Two Sentenced On Drug Charges



A Liberty Center man was sentenced Wednesday, Jan. 27, in Fulton County Common Pleas Court on drug-related charges:

•Cameron Copeland, 23; originally indicted Aug. 17, 2015, on three counts each, trafficking in marijuana, permitting drug abuse; was one of 19 indicted as the result of 18-month drug investigation; entered guilty plea in November to two counts, trafficking in marijuana; on Dec. 31, 2014 and Feb. 5, 2015, he sold marijuana; sentenced to 21 days at the Corrections Center of Northwest Ohio, work release granted; placed on two years community control; ordered to pay $585 in restitution to the Multi-Area Narcotics Task Force (MAN Unit), stay out of bars-taverns, not to possess or consume alcohol or illegal substances, be assessed for treatment by Wauseon Wellness & Recovery Center, complete recommended treatment, attend a minimum of one Alcoholics Anonymous or Narcotics Anonymous meeting per week for the first six months of community control; driver license suspended six months, occupational, treatment, and probation driving privileges granted; his 1999 sport-utility vehicle forfeited to the state of Ohio. Failure to comply could result in a seven-month prison sentence.

A Wauseon man was sentenced on Friday, Jan. 29, in Fulton County Common Pleas Court on drug-related charges:

•Dylan Hall, 19; originally indicted Aug. 17, 2015, on two counts each, trafficking in heroin, trafficking in marijuana; was one of 19 indicted as the result of 18-month drug investigation; entered guilty plea in November to one count each, trafficking in heroin and trafficking in marijuana; on Feb. 28, 2014, he sold marijuana; on March 5, 2014, he sold heroin; placed on community control for three years; ordered to pay prosecution costs, court-appointed attorney fees, $530 in restitution to the MAN Unit, stay out of bars and-or taverns, not to possess or consume alcohol or illegal substances, abide by an 11 pm to 6 am curfew, obtain a general education diploma (GED), complete the SEARCH program; driver license suspended for six months, occupational, treatment, and probation driving privileges granted. Failure to comply could result in 18-month prison sentence.



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