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City man found guilty in Hardin County court

KENTON — A Bellefontaine man was sent to prison for nearly three years after being found guilty in Hardin County Common Pleas Court of theft and receiving stolen property charges.

David Allen Shroyer was sentenced by Judge Scott N. Barrett to 11 months in jail for each offense and fined $150. The prison sentences were ordered to be served concurrently.

Shroyer was also found to have violated the terms of his community control sanctions from a 2011 case against him and Barrett sent him to prison for a total of another 24 months on the original charges of theft, identity theft and tampering with evidence. The total prison term was two years and 11 months, which is to be served consecutively with a prison term imposed in a Logan County case.

Shroyer is to pay restitution of $640 to Cashland Financial Services of Bellefontaine for pawned jewelry.

• Lindsay Michelle Collingsworth of Lakeview, was placed on community control for three years after being convicted of theft charges. She was also fined $150 and ordered to perform 20 hours of community service.

She was also convicted of receiving stolen property and forgery charges in a second case. She was fined another $150 per offense and given another 20 hours per charge of community service.

The service term is to be served concurrently with the receiving and forgery charges for a total of 40 hours.

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