A Galion man who is being dubbed a “Sugar Daddy” is heading to the county jail for one year.
Alan R. Swim, 67, 6845 Crawford-Morrow County Line Road, admitted to violating his probation during his appearance in Crawford County Common Pleas Court on Monday.
Swim was placed on five years of probation in December on an abduction charge and was prohibited to have contact with the victim in the case, Haley Walters, yet Walters was found in his home recently, overdosed on heroin. According to court records, Walters had to be revived by first-responders after Swim called 9-1-1.
Also, Holly Dameron, 33, Galion, was sentenced to five years of community control after pleading guilty to two counts of theft, both fifth-degree felonies.
Dameron is required to enter into a drug and alcohol treatment program and is must pay $2,080 in restitution to Citibank Security and $11,732.20 in restitution to Discover as part of the terms of her probation.
In addition, a Galion man was arraigned in Crawford County Common Pleas Court on Wednesday on an assault charge.
Ronald S. Lewis, 48, 534 Third Ave., pleaded not guilty to the second-degree felony.
Lewis is accused of being involved in an altercation on April 3 with someone he knows regarding money. He allegedly head-butted the man, causing a skull fracture and sending the victim to Grant Medical Center in Columbus.
Judge Sean Leuthold set bond for Lewis in the amount of $100,000. If he is convicted of the crime, Lewis could be sentenced to up to eight years in prison.
Also, Weston M. Mulvaine, 22, Bucyrus, pleaded guilty to having weapons under disability, a third-degree felony, and was sentenced to three years in prison. He was also ordered to forfeit a pink Taurus .38 caliber handgun to the Bucyrus Police Department. Three misdemeanor charges against Mulvaine were dismissed as part of his plea agreement.
On Jan. 15, Mulvaine was arrested at his Ethel Street residence by Bucyrus Police on a Crawford County warrant for failure to appear for a hearing in Crawford County Municipal Court. Mulvaine retreated into his residence when officers arrived and resisted arrest. The gun fell from Mulvaine’s pocket when he was asked by officers to remove his hands from his pockets. Drug paraphernalia was found in the home.
Mulvaine could be granted early release from prison, depending on his behavior while there.