One of three men involved in a robbery at Freezer Fresh in Crestline was back in Crawford County Common Pleas Court Monday on probation violations.
Tristan L. Lucas, 20, Galion, allegedly admitted to cocaine use and tested positive for cocaine on a recent drug screen, prompting probation officers to haul him back to court. Lucas also had warrants from the Crestline Mayor’s Office for falsification and income tax violations.
Judge Sean Leuthold entered a denial for Lucas on the probation violations and set his bond at $150,000.
Lucas was placed on three years of community control in February for his role in the robbery last year.
Another Galion man was also back in court this week.
John Meacham, 30, of Galion went before the judge again after being sentenced to five years of community control on May 31 on drug trafficking charges.
Meacham is accused of failing to report to his probation officer as instructed for an initial meeting. Leuthold entered a denial of the allegation on his behalf and set bond at $50,000.
Shanna Boggs, 38, Crestline, was sentenced to 30 months in prison after she pleaded guilty to tampering with evidence, a third-degree felony, and admitted to violating the terms of her community control by altering her urine sample for a drug test, testing positive for oxycodone and THC, possessing drug paraphernalia and medication without a prescription and failing to comply with an order of her parole officer.
Leuthold ordered Boggs to serve her new sentence concurrently to the remainder of a prison sentence from a 2013 possession of drugs conviction.
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