BUCYRUS – After a two-day jury trial in Crawford County Common Pleas Court, a Crestline man was found guilty on five felony charges.
Kenan Neal, 31, was sentenced by Judge Sean Leuthold to a total of 10 years in prison after being found guilty of possession of cocaine, a first-degree felony, receiving stolen property, a fourth-degree felony, possession of Methadone, a fifth-degree felony, and two counts of possession of Oxycodone, both fifth-degree felonies.
Neal was arrested in November after law enforcement searched his home and seized stolen guns along with a large amount of cocaine and other drugs. The search came about after Neal’s home was robbed and the suspects in that case informed law enforcement that Neal had stolen items and drugs in his home.
A Bucyrus woman is also heading to prison after she pleaded guilty to possession of drugs, a fifth-degree felony.
Pamela J. Sensabaugh, 40, 928 Wingert St., was sentenced to seven months in prison, must pay a mandatory fine of $1,250 and must surrender all drug-related property to the Bucyrus Police Department that she had in her possession at the time of her arrest.
Sensabaugh had previously been placed on three years of probation following a 2009 conviction of drug trafficking.
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