BUCYRUS – The second person that was involved in a drug raid of a Galion residence in September was sentenced this week in Crawford County Common Pleas Court.
Keelie M. Moyer, 25, Galion, was sentenced to five years of community control and will be required to enroll in a drug addiction program at Maryhaven in Bucyrus after she pleaded guilty to possession of drugs.
Judge Sean Leuthold also is requiring that Moyer pay a $5,000 fine and forfeit all drug-related property to the Galion Police Department.
If Moyer fails on community control, she could be sentenced to prison for four years.
Moyer was arrested on Sept. 17, along with her husband Cody J. Moyer, 28, Galion, and Brandon Johnson Jr. Cody Moyer was sentenced last week to one year in prison on a possession of drugs charge and three years in prison for trafficking in drugs. The sentences are to be served consecutively but Cody Moyer may be eligible to file for early release after he serves a substantial amount of time of his four-year sentence.
Johnson is scheduled for a change of plea hearing on Dec. 7 or a jury trial that will begin on Dec. 8.
Brittany Tyson, 25, of Shelby, is heading to prison for eight months after she pleaded guilty to one count of possession of drugs, a fifth-degree felony. She must also pay a fine of $1,250 and her driver’s license was suspended for six months.
Christopher J. Eichelberger, 21, Galion, was sentenced to two years in prison after pleading guilty to one count of possessing weapons while under disability, a third-degree felony.
Kristi L. Kitts, 31, Galion, was sentenced to five years of community control after pleading guilty to one count of possession of drugs, a fifth-degree felony. Leuthold also ordered Kitts to complete the court’s intensive treatment program and to pay a $1,250 fine. Kitts’ driver’s license has also been suspended for six months and she must forfeit any drug-related property to the Galion Police Department.
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