Oct. 18

Jerron Jackson, 25, Bluffton, Indiana, pleaded guilty to aggravated possession of drugs, methamphetamine, a felony of the fifth degree, and was sentenced to 60 days in the Putnam County Jail, with credit for 50 days served, and five years community control with the following conditions: random urinalysis or breathalyzer or other requested test, including Passpoint; no use of illegal drogs or alcoholic beverages or prescription drugs or meds without a valid prescription and knowledge of probation officer; obtain and maintain employment; successfully complete any and all recommended counseling and treatement; no association with individuals on community control; no possession of firearms; must appear and make himself available to the State of Indiana for resolution of all pending matters; and must not leave State of Ohio without permission of the court or probation officer.

Oct. 21

Tifani Frey, Ottawa, and Gregory Frey, Ottawa; dissolution of marriage with children

Oct. 22

Miguel Nunez, 38, Continental, pleaded guilty to attempted possession of drugs, a misdemeanor of the first degree. Bond is continued and a sentencing hearing is scheduled for Monday, Nov. 4.

Tony Gutierrez, 30, Ottawa, was sentenced to five years of community control with the following conditions: random urinalysis or breathalyzer or other requested test, including Passpoint; no use of illegal drogs or alcoholic beverages or prescription drugs or meds without a valid prescription and knowledge of probation officer; obtain and maintain employment; successfully complete any and all recommended counseling and treatement; no association with individuals on community control; no possession of firearms; must appear and make himself available to the State of Indiana for resolution of all pending matters; and must not leave State of Ohio without permission of the court or probation officer.

Dominic McCrate, 26, Ottawa, was sentenced to 180 days in the Putnam County Jail, 90 days suspended, for violating community control by testing positive for alcohol. McCrate was originally convicted of domestic violence.