5 sentenced to prison in Crawford

By Kimberly Gasuras - Galion Inquirer

BUCYRUS – Several people were sentenced to prison this week in Crawford County Common Pleas Court.

Michelle Webb, 37, Bucyrus, was sentenced by Judge Sean Leuthold to 10 months in prison after she pleaded guilty to one count of possession of drugs.

Jessica Sargent, 27, Crestline, admitted to violating the terms of her probation from a possession of drugs conviction in March by failing to report to her probation officer, refusing to take a drug screen and failing to take part in a court-ordered drug and alcohol treatment program.

Leuthold revoked intervention status for Tabitha Roberts, 34, Galion, after she pleaded guilty to two additional charges of possession of drugs. She was sentenced to five years of community control along with 90 days at the Crawford County Justice Center. She faces up to three years in prison if she fails on community control and must pay at $2,000 mandatory drug fine, had her driver’s license suspended for six months and must forfeit all drug-related property to the Galion Police Department.

Joshua D. White, 23, Bucyrus, was ordered to serve the balance of a four-year sentence originally imposed in a 2011 robbery conviction. White failed to meet the terms of his probation by not paying restitution to victim in his case. He was granted early release after serving two years of a four-year sentence and must now serve the remaining two years.

Michael Rayborn, 57, Bucyrus, was sentenced to a nine months in prison after he failed on probation by admitting to a domestic violence incident that occurred in June. He was placed on probation after he was convicted of felony domestic violence in 2011..

Curtis A. Lenhart, 26, Galion, was sentenced to one year in prison after he pleaded guilty to an amended charge of aggravated assault from the original charge of felonious assault. Lenhart could be eligible for transitional control at a half-way house for the second half of his sentence.

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By Kimberly Gasuras

Galion Inquirer

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