A jury of four men and eight women convicted Kimberly A. Scaffe, 35, Petersburg, Mich., on two counts of theft of drugs after a four-day trial, April 4- 8, in Fulton County Common Pleas Court.
Scaffe was indicted by a Fulton County grand jury on Sept. 17, 2018, on two counts of theft of drugs. The jury found that in June and July 2017, she stole the prescription painkiller Percocet from nursing home residents.
The jury deliberated for 2 1/2 hours before rendering its verdict.
Scaffe is currently free on bond while a pre-sentence investigation is conducted. She could face 6-18 months in prison on each count.
The conviction is the result of an Ohio Attorney General Medicaid Fraud Control Unit investigation.
In separate court actions, the following individuals were sentenced:
•Ryan T. Gainor, 27, Wauseon; indicted Nov. 19, 2018, on one count each, aggravated possession of drugs, possession of heroin; entered guilty plea Jan. 8 to aggravated possession of drugs; on or about Nov. 14, 2018, possessed methamphetamine; sentenced Wednesday, April 10, to two years community control; ordered held at the Corrections Center of Northwest Ohio until a bed is available at The Renewal Center, to pay cost of prosecution, court-appointed attorney fees, complete any recommended treatment, comply with an 11 pm-6 am curfew. Failure to comply could result in 11- month prison sentence.
•Matthew Andrews, 31, Wauseon; indicted Aug. 20, 2018, on one count each, illegal use of a minor in a nudity oriented material or performance, pandering obscenity involving a minor, sexual imposition; entered guilty plea Jan. 31 to one count, illegal use of a minor in a nudity-oriented material or performance; on Feb. 18, 2018, possessed or viewed material or performance that showed a minor in a state of nudity; sentenced Wednesday, April 10, to 30 days at CCNO, credit for five days served; placed on four years community control; ordered to pay cost of prosecution, $500 fine, have no contact with victim, abide by 10 pm-7 am curfew, complete adult sex offender treatment program at Center for Child & Family Advocacy in Napoleon, be assessed by A Renewed Mind for dual diagnosis, complete any recommended treatment, have no unsupervised contact with minors, have no relationship with a person who has minor children without prior permission from his probation officer, not possess any sexually explicit materials, not possess cameras or photographic equipment. Found to be Tier I sex offender; must register address for 15 years with in-person verification annually with the sheriff of all counties in which he resides. Failure to comply could result in 11-month prison sentence.
•Corey J. Robinson, 24, Swanton; indicted Aug. 20, 2018, on one count, possession of cocaine; entered guilty plea Jan 8 to same charge; on or about April 10, 2018, possessed cocaine; sentenced Thursday, April 11, to seven days at CCNO, to be served by June 1; ordered to pay cost of prosecution, court-appointed attorney fees, be assessed by A Renewed Mind and complete any recommended treatment and aftercare, provide proof of a general education diploma or obtain one. Failure to comply could result in 11-month prison sentence.
•Michael Thompson, 28, Wauseon, indicted Nov. 18, 2018, on two counts, burglary, one count, trespassing in a habitation when a person is present or likely to be present; entered guilty plea Jan. 15 to one count, breaking and entering; Nov. 10-11, 2018 he, by force, stealth or deception, did trespass in an unoccupied structure, with the purpose to commit a theft offense; sentenced Thursday, April 11, to two years community control; ordered to pay cost of prosecution, abide by an 11 pm-6 am curfew, pay $315 restitution to victim, complete Drug Court program, treatment at A Renewed Mind, plus recommended aftercare. Failure to comply could result in 11- month prison sentence.