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Defendants appear on theft, burglary and drug charges

Several defendants appeared recently in Logan County Common Pleas Court on theft- and drug-related charges.

Evans Dale

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Rayles Brock

RAYLES

Sentenced were:

• Dale Evans, 29, of Bellefontaine: 18 months in prison and ordered to pay restitution for burglary;

• Brock Rayles, 37, of Quincy: West Central Community Based Correctional Facility, five years’ community control and ordered to pay restitution, attorney fees and court costs for breaking and entering;

• Joel Egler, 31, of Bellefontaine: five years’ community control and ordered to pay a $500 fine, court costs and attorney fees for trafficking in drugs; and

• Charles Louden III, 30, of Wapakoneta: West Central Community Based Correctional Facility for violating his community control. His original charge was theft.

Pleading guilty were:

• Julie Haynes, 42, of Russells Point: permitting drug abuse and two counts of trafficking in drugs, and was granted intervention in lieu of conviction. She must complete drug and alcohol counseling and three years’ community control;

• Dustin Harber, 29, of Bellefontaine: burglary; presentence investigation ordered and sentencing scheduled for Sept. 30;

• John Dunn III, 51, failure to notify change of address as a sex offender; presentence investigation ordered and sentencing scheduled for Sept. 30;

•  Jeffrey Clark, 51, of Bellefontaine: two counts of trafficking in drugs; presentence investigation ordered and sentencing scheduled for Sept. 30;

• Tyler Oakley, 18, of Bellefontaine: five counts of complicity to theft of a motor vehicle and two counts of theft; presentence investigation ordered and sentencing scheduled Sept. 23; and

• Holly Ball, 39, of Zanesfield: two counts of complicity to burglary; presentence investigation ordered and sentencing scheduled Sept. 23.

• Andrew Feltner, 27, of Wapakoneta was sentenced Aug. 21 to the West Central Community Based Correctional Facility and was ordered to pay attorney fees and court costs for violating his intervention in lieu of conviction. His original charge was burglary.

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