WAUSEON - The Fulton County prosecuting attorney reported two individuals were recently sentenced in Fulton County Common Pleas Court.
Bryon Rohda, 26, of Oakwood previously pleaded guilty to aggravated trespass. It was reported on Nov. 15, he did enter or remain on the land or premises of another with purpose to commit on that land or those premises a misdemeanor, the elements of which involve causing physical harm to another person or causing another person to believe that he would cause physical harm to them.
Judge Jeffrey Robinson sentenced Rohda to one year of community control. He was further ordered to pay prosecution costs, pay a $100 fine, have no contact with the victim, pay restitution to the victim of $586, serve 12 days at the Corrections Center of Northwest Ohio with credit for time already served, and have a mental health assessment and successfully complete recommended treatment.
Failure to comply could result in Rohda serving 168 days at CCNO.
Kobe L. Jones, 18, of Archbold previously pleaded guilty to attempted complicity to commit trafficking in marijuana. It was reported, on or about Jan. 11, Jones attempted to aid another in selling marijuana in the vicinity of a school.
Jones was sentenced to one year of community control. He was further ordered to pay prosecution costs and court-appointed attorney fees, be assessed by Maumee Valley Guidance Center, successfully complete the court's cognitive behavioral treatment program and obtain a GED.
Failure to comply could result in Jones serving 180 days in jail.
(Information courtesy of the Fulton County prosecuting attorney's office.)