BUCYRUS — A Crestline woman was sentenced to prison on Monday in Crawford County Common Pleas Court after pleading guilty to one count of possession of drugs.
Kayla M. Folk, 26, was sentenced by Judge Sean Leuthold to six months in prison. She also must pay a mandatory drug fine of $1,250 for the fifth-degree felony conviction.
A Delaware woman will spend a little over a year in prison after she admitted to violating her the terms of her community control.
Helenia Javens, 32, recent tested positive for opiates, admitted to using heroin and to associating with a felon. She was placed in an intervention program in October of 2015 after pleading guilty to two counts of theft of drugs, both fourth-degree felonies. She violated the terms of the program and was placed on community control in March.
Leuthold sentenced Javens to 13 months in prison.
Justin M. Kimble, 27, was sentenced to 10 months in prison after pleading guilty to breaking and entering, a fifth-degree felony.
Kimble, 27, was arrested by Bucyrus Police on charges of trespassing and breaking and entering after breaking into the concession stand at the Aumiller Park ball fields with his co-defendant, Joshua Denzer, 20.
Denzer was sentenced to 10 months in prison last Wednesday.
Kimble was also convicted of gross sexual imposition and sentenced to four years in prison in 2011. He was out on early release at the time of the crime at the park.
Trinki M. Kimble, 22, Galion, admitted to violating the terms of the community control she was placed on after pleading guilty to possession of drugs, a fifth-degree felony, on Sept. 22.
Leuthold placed Kimble in the court’s Intensive Supervision and Treatment program and continued her community control for five years.