Wauseon woman attempted trafficking


The following people were sentenced recently by Judge James E. Barber in Fulton County Common Pleas Court, according to Prosecutor Scott Haselman.

Kendra Heath, 20, of Wauseon pleaded guilty to attempted trafficking in marijuana. On July 8, 2014, she attempted to sell marijuana.

She was sentenced to one year of community control, and ordered to: pay $10 restitution to the Multi Area Narcotics Task Force; stay out of bars; not possess or consume alcohol or any illegal substances; seek and maintain employment; be assessed for drug treatment and successfully complete any recommended treatment; and surrender her driver’s license for six months, with privileges for church, treatment, probation meetings, and work.

Failure to comply could result in 180 days in the Correction Center of Northwest Ohio.

Ariel Wilkes, 26, of Toledo previously pleaded guilty to permitting drug abuse and attempted trafficking in heroin. On July 11, 2014, she was the driver during the purchase of drugs, and on July 16, 2014, she attempted to sell heroin.

She was sentenced to two years of community control, and ordered to: pay restitution of $540 jointly and severally with co-defendant James Pirtle; have no contact with the co-defendant; be assessed for drug treatment; pay a $1,000 fine; serve 10 days in CCNO, to be served over 90 days; and surrender her driver’s license for six months, with privileges for church, work, probation meetings, and counseling.

Failure to comply could result in 180 days at CCNO.

Aaron Kovar, 34, of Delta previously pleaded guilty to burglary. On July 3, 2015, he forced his way into a garage with the purpose to commit a crime.

He was sentenced to two years of community control, and ordered to: pay a $1,000 fine; have no contact with the victims; stay out of bars; not possess or consume alcohol or any illegal substances; successfully complete the SEARCH rehabilitation program in Bowling Green, and all recommended aftercare; and pay restitution of $2,415.95 to one of the victims.

Failure to comply could result in two years in prison.