Tori Leigh Knicley, 26, Wauseon, was arrested on a criminal trespassing warrant on Friday, Aug. 13, an Archbold police report states.
About 9:11 am, police received a report stating there was an “unwanted person” in the East Gardens apartment complex.
When officers arrived, they made contact with Knicley and arrested her on the trespassing charge for an earlier incident in which she was trespassing at the apartment complex. She had been barred from the complex.
She was taken to the Corrections Center of Northwest Ohio.
Police charged Knicley with a second count of criminal trespassing, again for being at the apartment complex. Both cases are misdemeanors.
She appeared in Fulton County Western District Court, and in records filed Aug. 17, she entered a nocontest plea to the first charge. She was fined $50, plus $83 court costs.
In the second case, she also pled no contest, was fined $100 plus $83 costs. She was placed on community control, and a 30-day jail sentence was reserved.