Toledo woman sentenced for theft


Two people were recently sentenced in Fulton County Common Pleas Court.

A Toledo woman was sentenced July 12. Jensine Deanda, 30, was convicted of theft from a person in a protected class. According to Fulton County Prosecutor Scott Haselman, on or about Dec. 13, 2016, Deanda stole cash from an elderly person.

Judge Jeffrey Robinson sentenced Deanda to two years of community control. He ordered Deanda to serve two days in CCNO; pay prosecution costs; pay $348 in restitution; provide verification of a high school degree or obtain a GED; maintain gainful employment; successfully complete a theft education course; and successfully complete treatment at the Zepf Center and a minimum of three 12-step programs for the first six months.

Failure to abide by these conditions could results in Deanda serving seven months in prison.

A Wauseon man was sentenced to prison July 11 for charges related to a May crash. David Eash, 49, previously pleaded guilty to failure to stop after an accident and operating a vehicle while intoxicated. On May 6, 2017, while operating his vehicle while under the influence of alcohol, he failed to immediately stop after he collided with another car.

Judge Robinson sentenced Eash to 180 days in CCNO for failing to stop and one year in prison for OVI and ordered him to pay prosecution costs, pay a $1,350 fine, participate in an alcohol and drug addition program and follow the treatment recommendations, have restricted plates and interlock on his vehicle, be assessed with 6 points on his driver’s license record, and suspended his driver’s licence for four years.

Matthew Wolfrum, 41, of Delta was sentenced on July 14, according to Haselman. Wolfrum previously pleaded guilt to operating a vehicle while intoxicated. On April 21, 2017, he operated his vehicle while under the influence of alcohol, according to the prosecutor’s office.

Judge Robinson sentenced Wolfrum to two years of community control and ordered him to serve 60 days in CCNO, pay a $1,350 fine, stay out of bars/taverns, not possess or consume alcohol, successfully complete an alcohol treatment program, and suspended his driver’s license for three years.

Failure to comply could result in Wolfrum spending 12 months in prison.