|Burglars sentenced to prison|
|Written by BILL RYAN Sentinel Staff Writer|
|Thursday, 14 March 2013 10:34|
Wood County Common Pleas Court judges have recently placed several burglars behind bars for their felony convictions.
Charles Dickson, 36, of Toledo, was sentenced by Judge Reeve Kelsey to six years in prison for his burglary and theft convictions.
Dickson was convicted of an Oct. 27 burglary at the Bowling Green Walmart store. He and an accomplice stole two computers, each valued at near $800, and other merchandise.
Justin Myers, 28, of North Baltimore, was ordered to serve five years in prison for his burglary conviction from an Aug. 31 incident.
Judge Robert Pollex ordered the sentence along with a $5,000 fine. The prison sentence was ordered to be concurrent with a sentence Myers is serving out of Hancock County. His conviction is a second-degree felony.
Joshua James Baker, 21, of Toledo, was sentenced to 24 months in prison by Pollex for escape and for burglary. Baker was originally placed on community control sanctions for his conviction involving a November 2011 burglary at a Walbridge residence. After violating those sanctions with the new charge, the sentences are to be served concurrently. He also remains responsible to pay $1,153 in restitution.
Others recently sent to prison for similar crimes include:
• Thomas Ealey, 30, of Findlay, 36 months in prison for an Aug. 31 burglary. It was ordered to be served concurrently with Ealey's sentence imposed in Hancock County. (Pollex)
• John Boyd, 56, Toledo, 11 months for theft by deception, 11 months for theft by deception to be served concurrent to other sentences the defendant is serving. (Pollex)
• Leo Langshield III, 31, of Toledo, seven months for breaking and entering. (Kelsey)
Prison sentences carry varying terms of post-release control sanctions, formerly called parole. Should a person have such sanctions they can be re-sentenced to additional time.
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