Sentencing for Fulton County crimes announced


Scott A. Haselman, Fulton County Prosecuting Attorney has released the sentences conferred recently by Common Pleas Court Judge James E. Barber.

Felicia Johnson, 29, Archbold, previously pleaded guilty to felonious assault. On May 9, 2015, she used a knife to cause physical harm to another.

Judge Barber sentenced Johnson to two years in prison.

Aaron Huffman, 21, Delta, previously pleaded guilty to underage possession or consumption of alcohol, obstructing official business, assault and criminal damaging or endangering. On Jan. 24, 2015, he was stopped by police for consuming alcohol, whereupon he attempted to flee and cause harm to an officer.

Judge Barber sentenced Huffman to two years community control and ordered him to pay restitution to the Fayette Police Department in the amount of $764.47, stay out of bars/taverns, not to possess or consume alcohol or illegal drugs, successfully complete the SEARCH Program and abide by an 11 p.m. to 6 a.m. curfew.

Failure to comply could result in Huffman spending 14 months in prison.

Dylan Masales, 22, Whitehouse, previously pleaded guilty to trafficking in heroin. On May 30, 2014, he sold heroin.

Judge Barber sentenced Masales to two years community control and ordered him to pay restitution to the MAN Unit n the amount of $690, operator’s license suspended six months with certain driving privileges, stay out of bars/taverns, not to possess or consume alcohol or illegal drugs, obtain a GED, seek and maintain employment, abide by an 11 p.m. to 6 a.m. curfew and successfully complete the SEARCH Program and all recommended aftercare.

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

Tammy Bogendain, 39, Toledo, previously pleaded guilty to theft from an elderly person or disabled adult. Between Aug. 8, 2014 to Jan. 4, 2015, she stole money from an elderly person.

Judge Barber sentenced Bogendain to one year community control and ordered her to pay a fine of $250, pay prosecution costs, have no contact with the victim, continue and successfully complete treatment with Harbor Behavioral, take all prescribed medications, serve four days in CCNO with credit for one day served, stay out of bars/taverns and seek and maintain employment.

Failure to comply could result in Bogendain spending eight months in prison.