|Men sentenced for trafficking, abuse|
|Written by Sentinel-Tribune Staff|
|Friday, 09 August 2013 09:16|
Two men will be spending time in prison following recent sentencings in Wood County Court of Common Pleas.
Jerrett Johnson, 31, was sentenced to two years in prison and a $7,500 fine after pleading guilty to an amended charge of trafficking in cocaine, a second degree felony.
He had initially been indicted on three counts of trafficking, one first-degree, one second-degree and one third-degree, stemming from incidents involving at least 40 grams of cocaine taking place between Feb. 15 and April 16 of last year.
Johnson will also have his driver's license suspended for one year, and will be on three years' probation after his release.
He was given credit for 29 days served in the Wood County jail.
Jeffrey Stewart, 41, was sentenced to 11 months in prison for a fifth-degree felony count of domestic violence.
The incident took place in the Perrysburg area on March 12 of this year, and occurred while Stewart was on probation for another domestic violence incident which occurred in Holland, Mich., in 2008.
He had initially been indicted with a fourth-degree felony count of domestic violence, but the charge was amended as part of a plea deal.
He will further be on parole for three years after his sentence is up, and was given credit for 17 days at the Wood County jail.
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