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A Belle Center man was sent to prison for five years after he violated his community control sanctions, in a case heard in Hardin County Common Pleas Court.
According to court records from Prosecutor Brad Bailey’s office, Jesse Ross Fry, 18076 Ohio 235, Belle Center, was found guilty of burglary and tampering with evidence. Judge William Hart sent Fry to prison for 24 months for the burglary count and ordered him to pay restitution of $176.44 to the owners of Bullwinkle’s Bar and Grille in Dola for money stolen. He is to pay the amount jointly and severally with Emerson Jeffrey.
Another 30 months was tacked on for the tampering charge for a total of 54 months in prison.
The term for that case, however, will be served concurrently with the original sentence from a 2009 case. He had originally been found guilty of aggravated robbery with a gun specification and two counts of breaking and entering. The total prison term is five years.
In other recent cases, Michael James Lowry, 510 Mcintosh Terrace, Ada, was found guilty of possession of heroin and sent to prison for 11 months. He was also fined $100.
The conviction violated Lowry’s community control sanctions. He had been convicted in 2009 of breaking and entering, receiving stolen property with a firearms specification and theft. A total prison term of 47 months was ordered by Hart.
Jeffrey Lee Myers, Arlington, was convicted of complicity to the possession of cocaine and placed on community control for two years. He was also ordered to perform 75 hours of community service.
Ryan Shane Jenkins, 420 Ream St., Ada, was found guilty of one count of burglary, for which he was fined $100 and placed on community control for two years. He was also convicted of a charge of grant theft with a firearms specification and was fined another $100. Hart also ordered Jenkins to perform a total of 150 hours of community service for the two counts.
By DAN ROBINSON
Times staff writer