December 16, 2015

TO: Local Media

FROM: Mike Kirkendall, Court Reporter

RE: Court activity



Lacey Warren, 24, Van Wert, admitted to violating her probation by testing positive for drugs, failing to report to probation, and failing to complete Westwood programs. She was ordered to serve her previously deferred prison sentence of 11 months with credit for 178 days served.

Brandon Salyer, 28, Delphos, admitted to violating his probation by failing to report to probation and refusing to take a drug test. He was ordered to serve the remaining 41 days of his deferred sentence.



Brittany Pessefall, 18, Van Wert, was sentenced for Assault F4. Sentence: 3 years community control, 60 days jail at later date, 200 hours community service, complete high school or get G.E.D. 2 yrs intensive probation, ordered to pay court costs and partial appointed counsel fees. 10 months prison was deferred.


Jeremy Whitaker, 35, Delphos, changed his plea to guilty to Trafficking Heroin in the vicinity of a school, F4. A second count for the same offense was dismissed for his plea. The Court ordered a Pre-sentence investigation and set sentencing for 1/27/16 @ 9 am

Amanda Ogle, 27, Toledo, changed her plea to guilty to Attempted Aggravated possession of Drugs, Misdemeanor 1. She was then sentenced to 30 days jail, concurrent with her sentence from Lucas County, 1 year community control, also concurrent with Lucas Co., and ordered to pay court costs.

Kierstin Pollock, changed her plea to guilty to Possession of Heroin, F5. She then requested and was granted Treatment in Lieu of Conviction and her case was stayed pending completion of the treatment program.

John Swanner, 65, Winslow, Arkansas, changed his plea to guilty to charges of Having a Weapon Under Disability, F3, and two counts of Aggravated Menacing, each a Misdemeanor 1. Two other charges of Abduction (F3) and Receiving Stolen Property (F4) were dismissed for his plea. The Court ordered a pre-sentence investigation and set sentencing for 1/27/16 @ 9 am


Logan Miller, 19, Middle Point admitted to violating his Treatment in Lieu program by testing positive for Marijuana. He was resentenced to continue his Treatment in Lieu program.

David Seibert, 22, Van Wert, Admitted to violating his bond for positive drug test. He was ordered released under the same bond conditions.
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