Feb. 11

Jacquelyn N. Hiegel, 36, Ottawa, was sentenced to 90 days in jail for violating community control. The violations included being in possession of methamphetamines and being unsuccessfully discharged from the Devlac Program. The jail sentence was suspended upon the acceptance and completion of the Chrysalis House Substance Abuse Treatment Program for Women. She was placed on five years community control, must obtain and maintain employment and complete all treatment and counseling recommended. She was originally convicted of possession of drugs (heroin).

Feb. 12

Ty A. Castillo, 28, Leipsic, was reconsidered from 180 days in jail to 110 days jail for possession of drugs (cocaine). He must complete all previous non-residential sanctions and comply with all the rules of probation. He is to be released Feb. 18.

Feb. 13

Kyley A. Gardner, 30, Van Wert, was sentenced to 15 months in prison for violating the terms of supervision. The violations included being unsuccessfully discharged from the Devlac program. She was given credit for 362 days served and any incarceration time prior to her transfer. She was originally convicted of aggravated possession of drugs (methamphetamine) and endangering children.

New Cases

Annette R. Nighswander, v. Trilogy Management Services, LLC, Louisville, Ky., and Sarah D. Morrison, administrator of Bureau of Workers Compensation, Columbus; workers compensation.

Jerin Siefker, Ottawa, v. Casey Siefker, Ottawa; divorce with children.

JP Morgan Chase Bank, Columbus, v. Thomas E. Stoddard Jr., Fostoria, and Debra C. Stoddard, Fostoria; foreclosure.

Credit Acceptance Corp., Southfield, Mich., v. Andrew Schwiebert, Leipsic; other civil.

Patricia J. Hipsher, Fostoria, v. Penske Truck Leasing Co., Reading, Pa., and Sarah D. Morrison, administrator of Bureau of Workers Compensation, Columbus; workers’ compensation.