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Rehab ordered for girl faced with forgery, theft

Assistant Prosecutor John Litle contends for longer than community control for Wilma Hood, whom pleaded bad to theft and forgery after conning a senior females into composing her a check up on the pretense of supporting a college company. (Photo: Shelly Schultz/Times Recorder)

ZANESVILLE – many people never mind assisting their neighborhood neighbors that are school-aged it comes down to fundraisers. Schools through the entire area have actually a few every year to aid protect many expenses that are out-of-pocket so it’s not unusual to get a youngster during the home to offer one thing.

Nevertheless, it could twice make one think about their generosity after being taken advantageous asset of – which is just exactly what Muskingum County Assistant Prosecutor John Litle stated a Cambridge girl is jailed for.

In August, 29-year-old Wilma Hood ended up being indicted for just one count every one of forgery and theft.

Relating to Litle, Hood conned a woman that is elderly of $80 from the pretense of buying pepperoni rolls from a booster club in Byesville.

“Taking young ones around deceiving seniors from their cash, it is simply disgusting,” Litle stated. “It really is individuals like her in the future that may avoid individuals from donating cash to aid kid’s programs.”

Defense Attorney Benjamin Whitacre argued their client had not been the in-patient who was simply taking young ones door-to-door attempting to sell www.www.youtube.com/watch?v=yEI55e5r1n8 pepperoni rolls.

“It ended up being my customer’s boyfriend . ” Whitacre stated. “she actually is responsibility that is accepting cashing the check.”

Despite a finite history that is criminal Judge Mark Fleegle noted a 2011 conviction for theft.

“You had been released in your recognizance that is own and suggested which you didn’t have a medication issue,” Fleegle stated. “When, if reality, you did have medication issue. You tested positive for suboxone.”

Fleegle told Hood on community control for two years, with the condition that she be assessed by Cedar Ridge and follow through with all recommended care that he would place her.

“If you neglect to do the thing I have actually purchased one to do or exactly what probation orders you to do, you can expect to head to jail for one year,” Fleegle stated.

Other people sentenced this week

Floyd C. Lewis, 50, Coshocton, ended up being sentenced to 1 . 5 years in jail for control of methamphetamine

Justin M. Fuller, 32, Bellaire, ended up being sentenced to 15 months in prison for poor managing of the firearm that is loaded car and control of methamphetamine

Richard A. Epler Jr., 24, Roseville, had been sentenced to eight months in jail for control of possession and fentanyl of drug use instruments

Venita F. Smith, 35, Roseville, had been added to community control for 3 years for control of heroin and tampering with proof

Patrick D. Flickinger Jr., 26, had been provided release that is judicial positioned on community control for just two years for just two counts of illegal sexual conduct with a small

Amanda J. Ross, 37, inmate, ended up being sentenced to 11 months in jail for control of methamphetamine

Kayla D. Oiler, 25, Zanesville, gotten intervention in place of conviction for control of methamphetamine and control of substance abuse tool

Tessa M. Dover, 22, Zanesville, ended up being sentenced to 10 months in jail for poor management of a firearm that is loaded a car

Madison J. Pulse, 25, Zanesville, had been sentenced to 21 months in jail for control of fentanyl, possession of methamphetamine, control of drug use instruments, tampering with falsification and evidence

Brent A. Spinks, had been positioned on community control for just two years for control of methamphetamine, control of fentanyl, control of medication possession and paraphernalia of drug use instruments