Briefly, Nov. 9

Man admits judicial release violation

A Kentucky man admitted he violated the terms of his judicial release.

Marvin W. Bond, 28, admitted the violation during a hearing in Seneca County Common Pleas Court Judge Michael Kelbley’s courtroom.

Kelbley sentenced him to 56 days in prison, to be served consecutively to a sentence he is serving in Richland Correctional Institution, court records state.

In 2014, Bond was sentenced to nine months in prison after pleading guilty to a charge of escape, a third-degree felony. He was granted judicial release in May 2015, they state.

Man sentenced to community control

A Tiffin man was sentenced to community control during a hearing in Seneca County Common Pleas Court Judge Steve Shuff’s courtroom.

Kenneth A. Wagner, 40, had pleaded guilty to charges of theft and possessing criminal tools, fifth-degree felonies, and unauthorized use of a motor vehicle, a first-degree misdemeanor.

Shuff sentenced him to three years of community control.

Wagner must complete a substance abuse medication-assisted treatment program through Rigel Recovery Services. He also must enter and complete any other appropriate counseling program and undergo at least weekly drug and/or alcohol urinalysis as directed by Seneca County’s drug intensive probation officer, court records state.

Man admits community control violation

A Delaware, Ohio, man admitted he violated the terms of his community control.

Matthew R. Heater, 44, admitted the violation during a hearing in Seneca County Common Pleas Court Judge Steve Shuff’s courtroom.

Shuff continued his community control, which now is to be under the intensive supervision and control of Seneca County’s drug intensive probation officer, court records state.

Heater must complete a substance abuse medication-assisted treatment program through Rigel Recovery Services. He also must enter and complete any other appropriate counseling program and undergo weekly drug and/or alcohol urinalysis as directed by the probation officer, court records state.

Heater had been convicted of domestic violence, a fourth-degree felony, and sentenced to three years of community control in March 2017.

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