Bellefontaine Examiner

Switch to desktop

Six sentenced during court appearances

A number of defendants appeared before Logan County Common Pleas Court Judge Mark S. O’Connor in the past week.

Thursday, David Mathews, 52, of Lakeview, pleaded guilty to trafficking in drugs. He will be sentenced July 29.

Judge O’Connor imposed the following sentences:

• Lindsey Collingsworth, 21, of Lakeview: West Central Community Based Correctional Facility, five years’ community control and ordered to pay court costs and attorney fees for burglary and failure to appear;

ShawnConley

SHAWN CONLEY

• Shawn Conley, 28, of DeGraff: West Central Community Based Correctional Facility, five years’ community control, three-year driver’s license suspension and was ordered to pay a $500 fine, court costs and attorney fees for failure to comply with the orders of a police officer;

• Tony Robinson, 20, of Bellefontaine: 30 days in the Logan County Jail, two years’ community control and ordered to pay a $250 fine, court costs and attorney fees for attempted trafficking in drugs;

• Lewis Snyder, 41, of Belle Center: five years’ community control and ordered to pay a $500 fine, court costs and attorney fees for possession of drugs and illegal use of supplemental nutrition benefits;

• Cole Bader, 24, of Urbana: three years’ community control and ordered to pay a $250 fine, court costs and attorney fees for illegal use of supplemental nutrition benefits; and

• Patrick Flood,  27, of Dayton, sentenced to three years’ community control and ordered to pay a $250 fine and court costs for non-support of dependents.

Entering pleas of guilty and facing sentencing on July 29 were:

• Dustin Lattimer, 27, of Bellefontaine: possession of drugs and burglary;

• Kodi Smotherman, 21, of West Mansfield: burglary and assault of a police officer;

• Kimberly Itoney, 19, of Kenton: forgery; and

• Doug Summers, 19, of West Mansfield: burglary;

Charles Stevens, 30, of Lakeview, pleaded guilty to two counts of theft and forgery and was placed in the Logan County Prosecutor’s pretrial diversion program.

Share this post

Submit to FacebookSubmit to Google BookmarksSubmit to TwitterSubmit to LinkedIn