Jessica Womas, 33, Northwood, the woman discovered in an Archbold home when the homeowner opened her garage door, has been sentenced to three years of community control.
Susan Wyse, 67, 82 Pin Oak Place, discovered Womas in her garage when she arrived at home, Monday, May 21.
Womas was wearing Wyse’s clothes, and had two toddlers with her.
Soon after Wyse discovered J. Womas and the children, Cordell E. Womas, 35, same address, came out of the house.
The couple and the children got into a car parked in Wyse’s driveway and drove away.
They were captured later in downtown Archbold.
They were incarcerated at the Corrections Center of Northwest Ohio.
They were indicted on burglary charges on Monday, June 18.
Cordell Womas was sentenced to a year in prison on Thursday, Oct. 4.
Jessica Womas was sentenced Wednesday, Oct. 17.
In addition to three years of community control, she was ordered to pay the cost of prosecution and attorney fees, pay $1,550 in restitution, and complete mental health treatment.
She also was ordered not to possess or consume alcohol or illegal drugs, stay out of bars and/or taverns, and have no contact with Wyse.
Failure to comply could result in an 18-month prison sentence.
Others were sentenced recently in Fulton County Common Pleas Court:
•Hector Buentello, 39, Arlington, Texas; previously pled guilty to three counts nonsupport of dependents; from Oct. 1, 2004 to Dec. 31, 2005, failed to provide child support, resulting in arrearage of $3,645; sentenced to two years community control; ordered to pay prosecution costs, attorney fees, seek and maintain employment, pay child support; failure to comply could result in 16- month prison sentence.
•Jeremy Diller, 29, last known address Fayette; convicted on one count each, theft, breaking and entering, grand theft of a motor vehicle, forgery; May and June, stole a credit card, forged a signature, stole a motor vehicle, and trespassed in a rural Fayette building; sentenced to 26 months in prison.
•David Shreve, 26, Toledo; pled guilty to one count, nonsupport of dependents; from June 1, 2009, to Nov. 30, 2009, failed to provide child support, resulting in arrearage of $1,271; sentenced to two years community control; ordered to pay prosecution costs, attorney fees, comply with instructions of child support enforcement agency; failure to comply could result in 180-day jail sentence.
•Joseph Sustaita, 35, Wauseon, previously pled guilty to trafficking in heroin; sold heroin on Nov. 30, 2011; sentenced to three years community control; ordered to pay prosecution costs, make $150 restitution to Wauseon Police Department, stay out of bars-taverns, not possess or consume alcohol, abide by an 11 pm to 6 am curfew, complete SEARCH program; driver license suspended for six months, occupational driving privileges granted; failure to comply could result in an 11-month prison sentence.