Nov. 15



Mark J. Yonge, Jr., 39, Defiance, was sentenced to 150 days jail for violating the terms of supervision. He was placed on five years community control and was given credit for 86 days served. He must obtain and maintain employment, and complete all counseling and treatment recommended. He was originally convicted of felony non-support.

Jeremie J. Salaz, 33, Ottawa, was sentenced to 60 days jail for violating the terms of supervision. He was granted work release, must obtain and maintain employment and complete all counseling and treatment recommended. He was originally convicted of possession of drugs.

A motion for reduction of incarceration time as a condition of community control was overruled for Rachel R. Friesel, 37, 210 H. High St., Pandora. She had been convicted of forgery and gross patient neglect.

Nov. 16

Craig S. Parsons, 59, Defiance, was sentenced to 18 months in prison for driving under the influence. He was fined $1,350 and his driver’s license was suspended for life. A charge of marked lanes was dismissed.

Samuel J. Caldwell, 44, Delphos, was sentenced to 180 days jail for theft. All but two days was suspended provided he obtain and maintain employment and compete all counseling and treatment. He was also ordered to pay restitution of $1,025.32 to M & W Trailers, Ottoville.

Ryan J. Greve, 33, Ottawa, was sentenced to 14 days jail for possession of a controlled substance (heroin). He was placed on five years community control and ordered to complete drug and alcohol assessment and counseling.

Kyle M. Kazee, Lima, and April M. Kazee, Fort Jennings, were granted a dissolution of marriage. They were married Sept. 15, 2001 in Fort Jennings and have two children.

Nov. 20

Jessy D. Layton, 34, Belmore, was sentenced to 30 months in prison for attempted felonious assault. He was given credit for 121 days served and any days pending transfer to ODRC.

Bobby Jo Risner, 55, Cloverdale, was sentenced to 90 days jail for violating the terms of supervision. The violations included failing to complete the WORTH program. He was placed on five years community control, must obtain and maintain employment, compete all counseling and treatment recommended and obtain a GED if determined appropriate. He was originally convicted of possession of drugs.

Nov. 21

Marcos L. Olivo, 20, Ottawa, was sentenced to 180 days jail for attempted trafficking in drugs. All but two days was suspended, and he was fined $500, with $250 suspended. He must obtain and maintain employment and pay $250 restitution to the MAN unit.

Brandy Leigh-Dawn Potter, 25, Portsmouth, was sentenced to 180 days jail for possession of drugs (heroin). She was placed on five years’ community control and was given credit for 12 days served. She was referred to an appropriate treatment program and if accepted, she must successfully complete an assessment and follow all recommended treatment. She must obtain and maintain employment and obtain a GED.

Wesley E. Palmer, 41, Ottawa, admitted to being in contempt of court orders by failing to pay the telephone bill and received a suspended 30-day jail sentence.

Matthew A. Berg, 35, Leipsic, pleaded guilty to failure to comply. He faces up to 36 months in prison and 10,00 in fines. Bond was continued while a pre-sentence investigation is conducted with sentencing set for 11:30 a.m. Jan. 4.

New Cases

Jackson Township Trustees v. Edward O. Spring, Fort Jennings; other civil.

Kevin L. Klausing, Ottawa, v. Angela M. Klausing, Ottawa; divorce with children.

April A. Chavez, Leipsic, v. Johnny Chavez, Leipsic; divorce with children.