Woman who admitted aggravated assault sentenced to community control
A Fostoria woman who admitted she committed aggravated assault was sentenced to community control.
Jacqueline P. Ross, 30, had been charged with two counts of felonious assault, both second-degree felonies, and two counts of operating a vehicle under the influence of alcohol or drugs, both first-degree misdemeanors.
Ross pleaded guilty to a lesser-included offense of aggravated assault, a fourth-degree felony, and operating a vehicle under the influence of alcohol or drugs, a first-degree misdemeanor, during a hearing in Seneca County Common Pleas Court Judge Michael Kebley’s courtroom.
The other counts were dismissed.
Kelbley sentenced her to three years of community control and granted credit for 36 days served, court records state.
He ordered Ross to undergo counseling, substance abuse rehabilitation and/or treatment as determined necessary.
Ross must be evaluated and complete a substance abuse and anger management rehabilitation program through Firelands Counseling & Recovery Services and undergo random drug and/or alcohol urinalysis as directed by Adult Parole Authority.
Kelbley ordered her to pay a $525 fine, suspended her right to a motor vehicle operator’s license for two years and placed six points on her driving record, court records state.
According to court records, a woman driving on East Lytle Street observed a Chevrolet Blazer pull out of an alley and strike a woman. The woman was taken to ProMedica Fostoria Community Hospital for treatment, according to court records.