Three people sentenced for drug offenses


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

Jeffrey Nadeau Jr., 30, of Wauseon previously pleaded guilty to trafficking in marijuana. On Feb. 3, 2014, he sold marijuana.

He was sentenced to one year of community control, and ordered to: pay restitution of $150 to the Multi Unit Narcotics Task Force; stay out of bars; not possess or consume alcohol or any illegal substance; be assessed for drug and alcohol treatment and successfully complete all recommendations; serve three days in the Corrections Center of Northwest Ohio within 90 days; complete his GED; and surrender his driver’s license for six months, with privileges for work, probation appointments, treatment, and child care.

Failure to comply could result in eight months in prison.

Kimber Nadeau, 35, of Wauseon previously pleaded guilty to three counts of trafficking in marijuana and permitting drug abuse. On Feb. 3, 2014, Feb. 13, 2014, and July 8, 2014, she sold marijuana. On Dec. 2, 2014, she sold drugs from her premises.

She was sentenced to two years of community control, and ordered to: pay restitution of $450 to the Multi Unit Narcotics Task Force; stay out of bars; not possess or consume alcohol or any illegal substance; successfully complete the Changing Offender Behavior Program and all recommendations; serve 20 days in CCNO, with credit for four days served; and surrender her driver’s license for six months, with privileges for work, probation appointments, treatment, and child care.

Failure to comply could result in 17 months in prison.

Brittany L. Engel, 29, of Archbold pleaded guilty to possession of heroin and cocaine. On or about Oct. 26, 2015, she possessed heroin and cocaine.

She was sentenced to two years of community control, and ordered to: serve five days in CCNO; pay prosecution costs and counsel fees; pay a $250 fine; successfully complete treatment at Wauseon Wellness and Recovery Center; seek and maintain full-time employment; and surrender her driver’s license for six months with occupational/school and treatment driving privileges.

Failure to comply could result in 12 months in prison.

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