E. Floyd, 26, Cloverdale, was ordered into the Devlac Hall program for
violating the terms of supervision. The violations included using heroin
on Oct. 24 and Oct. 25. Floyd was placed on four years’ community
control, must undergo alcohol drug and alcohol use, and attend AA and NA
meetings. Her license was suspended for 30 months and she was given
credit for 1,008 days served. She was originally convicted of
trafficking in drugs.
Marvin L. Warnimont, II, 44, Ottawa, was
sentenced to 30 days’ jail for trafficking in drugs (marijuana). He was
given credit for eight days served and was placed on three years’
community control. He must undergo drug and alcohol assessment and
treatment, maintain only one medical provider and pharmacy and pay
restitution of $270 to the MAN unit. Another charge of drug trafficking
Robert J. Nichols, II, 32, Ottawa, was sentenced to
the WORTH Center for violating the terms of supervision. The violations
included using heroin on Nov. 25 and failing to report to his
supervisor on Nov. 22. He was placed on three years’ community control,
must undergo alcohol assessment and treatment and his license was
suspended for six months. He was originally convicted of possession of
drugs and failure to appear.
Ottawa Township Board of Trustees, Ottawa, v. New Par, dba Verizon Wireless, Basking Ridge, N.J.; other civil.
Pandora Grain & Supply, Inc., Pandora, v. William R. Morris, Columbus; other civil.
J. Kuhlman, Ottawa, v. Sarah D. Morrison, administrator of the Ohio
Workers Compensation, Columbus, and Sodexo, Inc., Gaithersburg, Mary.;