BG man gets 7 years for drug charges and more sentencings


Brian Martin, 21, of Sunrise Drive, Bowling Green, was recently sentenced to seven years in prison on his
combined charges by Wood County Common Pleas Court Judge Robert Pollex.
The sentence involved four years and three years for aggravated trafficking in drugs in two separate
charges, with those sentences to be served consecutively. He also was sentenced to an 11-month prison
sentence for aggravated possession of drugs, to be served concurrently to the other sentences.
Other recent prison sentences handed down by Pollex and the other judges, Reeve Kelsey and Alan Mayberry
¥ Michael Habricht, 26, of Fifth Street, two years and 10 months for arson and menacing by stalking, both
fourth-degree felonies. He was sentenced to 17 months on each count, to be served consecutively.
¥ Paul Garrison, 40, of Toledo, three years for theft and carrying a concealed weapon for a June
incident. (Mayberry)
¥ Beonka Reed, 19, Toledo, two years for failure to comply with order or signal of police officer; and
eight months for receiving stolen property, to be served consecutively. The charges included a
specification as it involved a stolen vehicle. (Pollex)
¥ Desmond Cheeks, 35, Fostoria, two years in prison and a $5,000 fine for possession of cocaine.
¥ Marquis Franklin, 62, Detroit, to 18 months each on two counts of trafficking in drugs with a
specification and possession of heroin. The sentences are to be served concurrently to each other. He
was also ordered to forfeit $1,789 seized in the February arrest to the Perrysburg Township Police
Department drug fund. (Mayberry)
¥ Kinley Kelm, 31, Perrysburg, 18 months for theft. (Mayberry)
¥ Paul Mata, 35, of Gypsy Lane Road, 17 months for a community control violation of receiving stolen
property conviction. (Mayberry)
¥ Robert Bowles, 28, Woodville, 10 months for community control violation of theft conviction. (Pollex)

¥ Albert Santus, 22, Maumee, eight months for burglary. (Mayberry)
¥ Ray Potter, 26, Bradner, six months to be served consecutively to a sentence from another jurisdiction,
for theft. Also ordered to pay $200 restitution. Potter had failed to appear for his sentencing on Feb.
13 of this year. His outstanding warrant was flagged when he was being processed in another case.
¥ Kyle Caldwell, 27, Temperance, Mich., six months for theft. (Kurfess)
¥ Dustin Cole, 25, Hicksville, three years for a community control violation of his previous breaking and
entering conviction. (Kelsey)
¥ Stormy Wash, 29, Oak Harbor, eight months and $1,481 in restitution (with codefendant) for complicity
to theft from Wal-Mart, Perrysburg in March. (Mayberry)
¥ Matthew Rowland, 31, Findlay, eight months for possession of cocaine. (Pollex)

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