Feb. 3

Rogelio L. Pardo, 36, Columbus Grove, was sentenced to 30 days in jail for violating the terms of supervision. The violations included operating a motor vehicle intoxicated and without a valid license in Columbus Grove on Aug. 23, 2016, and failing to attend domestic violence counseling on Sept. 29. He had been convicted of domestic violence. The sentence shall be served concurrent with a municipal court case.

Anthony J. Stapleton, 27, Napoleon, was sentenced to 12 months in prison for possession of drugs (cocaine). The sentence shall run concurrent with a Henry County case and he was given credit for 21 days served. Charges of possession of drugs (methamphetamines) and possession of drugs (marijuana) were dismissed.

Feb. 8

Anthony M. Birnesser, 42, Columbus Grove, was sentenced to 180 days in jail for an amended charge of theft, with 177 days suspended. He was given credit for one day served, must pay $7,500 restitution to the victim and serve 50 hours’ community service.

Garret M. Howell, 28, Bluffton, was sentenced to 180 days’ jail for an amended charge of carrying a concealed weapon, with 175 days suspended. He must forfeit the firearm seized in this matter, undergo treatment at an outpatient facility, and maintain employment. Howell was also fined $50 for possession of drugs (marijuana).

New Cases

Shennon L. Alvarado, Leipsic, v. Jesus Alvarado Jr., Gilboa; divorce with children.

United Guaranty Residential Insurance, Cincinnati, v. Shawn J. Schnee, Hamilton, and Candace E. Schnee, Hamilton; foreclosure.

Thomas D. Fenstermaker, Leipsic, and Susann M. Fenstermaker, Leipsic, v. Barns Unlimited, Inc., Lima; other civil.