Galion man can’t follow rules, $150,000 bond set

BUCYRUS — Bond was set last week in Crawford County Common Pleas Court for a Galion man accused of violating the terms of his probation.

Darren M. Conley, 26, allegedly failed to report for office visits with his probation officer, moved to a different address without permission and refused to undergo a random drug test after he was arrested on a bench warrant.

Judge Sean Leuthold set Conley’s bond at $150,000 and appointed Bucyrus attorney Andrew Motter to represent him in the case.

Conley was sentenced to four years in prison in 2009 on a burglary conviction but was granted judicial release in 2010. He was re-sentenced to three years in prison in 2012 after pleading guilty to having a weapon under disability. He was released in 2014 and placed on five years of community control.

Conley is being held at the Crawford County Justice Center.

A Sycamore man was sentenced to prison time after violating the terms of his probation.

Devon M. Decker, 28, admitted to failing to show up for substance abuse treatment and also tested positive on a recent drug screen for cocaine, marijuana and opiates.

Decker was found guilty of two counts of aggravated robbery in 2009 and sentenced to nine years in prison. He was released in March of 2016 and placed on probation.

Leuthold sentenced Decker to two years in prison to complete his original sentence.

Devon Decker Decker

Darren Conley Conley


Staff report