Created on Wednesday, 25 September 2013 Written by THE BELLEFONTAINE EXAMINER STAFF
A local teen with an extensive juvenile record was sentenced Monday to a 4 1/2 years in prison by Logan Common Pleas Court Judge Mark S. O’Connor.
Tyler Oakley, 18, address at large, was sentenced on seven counts including theft of a motor vehicle, theft of firearms and grand theft.
The defendant was arrested in June in connection with more than a dozen vehicle break-ins and thefts in the DeGraff area.
Others sentenced were:
• Aaron Brock, 31, of Bellefontaine: theft: West Central Community Based Corrections Facility, five years’ community control, must pay court costs, reimburse county for attorney fees and ordered to pay restitution.
• Holly Ball, 39, of Raymond: two counts of complicity to commit burglary: five years’ community control, $250 fine, attorney fees and court costs.
• Jeremiah Stowers, 24, of Lakeview: theft: five years’ community control, $250 fine, court costs, attorney fees and ordered to pay restitution.
Pleading guilty were:
• William C. Boggs Jr., 44, of North Lewisburg: possession of drugs: placed on three years’ suspension and ordered to complete drug counseling;
• Thomas Risner, 24, of Harrod: burglary, sentencing set for Sept. 30;
• Korey Grandi, 26, of Lewistown, theft and forgery, and Brandi Lile, 32, of Bellefontaine, misdemeanor theft. Following presentence investigations, the defendants will be sentenced Oct. 28.