Briefly

Lawsuit dismissed

A civil lawsuit against a banquet facility in Clinton Township has been dismissed.

Clinton Township trustees had filed a civil lawsuit against Thomas Gibson and Tilly’s Banquet Room, 2878 N. CR 41. The banquet facility temporarily ceased operations.

The lawsuit alleged there are three buildings in use for the public, including a pavilion, house and tent.

Gibson and the banquet hall had not received required plan approvals and did not have an occupancy certificate for any of the buildings, which is required by state law to operate the commercial property, it states.

Gibson obtained the proper occupancy permit for the facility, and the case was dismissed by Seneca County Common Pleas Court Judge Michael Kelbley, court records state.

— By Jill Gosche, online editor

Findlay man gets prison time

A Findlay man was sentenced to prison during a hearing in Seneca County Common Pleas Court Judge Michael Kelbley’s courtroom.

Logan S. Chilcote, 26, entered written pleas of guilty to charges of having weapons while under disability, a third-degree felony, and inducing panic, a first-degree misdemeanor.

Kelbley sentenced him to 24 months in prison, with credit for 52 days served, court records state.

A firearm was forfeited to Fostoria Police Department, court records state.

Two people indicted

Two people were indicted by a Seneca County grand jury.

Benjamin L. Greeno, 40, of Fostoria, was charged with theft from a person in a protected class and receiving stolen property, fifth-degree felonies, court records state.

Joshua D. Clay, 42, was charged with grand theft, a fourth-degree felony.

CASA needs more volunteers

Fall training starts Tuesday for Court-Appointed Special Advocates.

For more information, visit casaofssw.org or call the Tiffin office at (419) 448-1442; Fremont (419) 355-1442; or Upper Sandusky (419) 209-1442.

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