Two other local men are sent to prison this week; here’s a roundup of local court news.
28-year-old defendant convicted of having sex with a 15-year-old student at his home and in his vehicle.
Defendant, 47, found guilty of involuntary manslaughter with a firearm specification, which carries a maximum 20-year prison term.
In another case, an area man is guilty of being a drug dealer.
The late Jeffrey P. Gibson's older brother asks for help to “fight this last bully.”
Probation violations include drug use and failure to report to probation officer.
Charges range from various drug charges to felonious assault.
An admitted lifelong drug addict received an eight-year prison term this morning for her boyfriend’s overdose death.
Case involves a 13-year-old girl during May 18 incident on Stickney Avenue in Toledo.
New London woman is charged in connection with next-door neighbor's burglaries.
A Huron County Common Pleas Court jury convicted defendant after three-day trial.
Authorities issued a warrant for defendant’s arrest in connection with failing to appear for his Aug. 5, 2010 sentencing hearing.
Three area residents blow probation; two others plead guilty to felony charges.
Man stole money from more than 100 residents over a period of several years.
As township superintendent, he received a tombstone foundation for personal use without paying for it.