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A Marysville woman was sent to prison for a total of 44 months in three separate cases and a community control violation.
According to court records from Prosecutor Brad Bailey’s office, Dawn Denise Murphy, aka Down Denise Sexton, Marysville, was convicted of two counts of possession of heroin. Each charge resulted in eight months in prison and a $50 fine.
Murphy was also found guilty of tampering with evidence and Hart tacked on another 18 months in prison and a $50 for that violation.
She was also found to be in violation of her community control sanction and was sentenced to another ten months in prison on the 2009 conviction of possession of heroin.
In other recent cases, Teyon Chester Rice, Cleveland, was convicted of breaking and entering and possession of criminal tools. He was sent to prison for 11 months on each charge for a total of 22 months in prison.
Christopher Lynn Juanzemis, Bellefontaine, was found guilty of domestic violence and placed on community control for three years. He was also fined $100 and ordered to perform 40 hours of community service if he is employed. If Juanzemis does not have a job, he is to perform 100 hours of community service. He was also ordered to have no contact with Ashley Conaway.
Brandy Lee Ohler, 1037 S. Main St., Apt. 39, Kenton, was placed on community control after being convicted of burglary and breaking and entering. She was fined $100 for the burglary charge and ordered to perform 50 hours of community service. Another $100 and 50 hours of community service were added to her sentence on the breaking and entering conviction.
By DAN ROBINSON
Times staff writer