Brian L. Yacob, 28, whose latest address was unavailable, pleaded guilty Tuesday to one count each of aggravated trafficking in methamphetamine in a school zone and aggravated trafficking in cocaine in a school zone. His convictions were for two controlled drug buys near the Willard Sports Complex — respectively Jan. 23 and March 15, 2018, according to his indictment.
As part of a plea deal, prosecutors dismissed one count of aggravated trafficking in drugs.
Yacob was sentenced to 30 months in prison Tuesday. He also was fined $5,000 and ordered to pay a $240 reimbursement to the Willard Police Department.
Since late September, Yacob has been serving a five-year prison sentence through Crawford County for five counts of trafficking in drugs, according to prison records.
In other hearings:
• Gary L. Lacy, 60, of Shelby, was fined $250 Wednesday for aggravated possession of carfentanil. During his three years of probation, he faces a 90-day discretionary jail sentence, which his probation officer can impose — in part or in whole — at any time without a hearing.
• Randi N. Mosley, 31, of Shiloh, was sentenced Wednesday to serve a four- to six-month term in a community-based corrections facility (CBCF) for an undisclosed probation violation. Her underlying conviction is aggravated trafficking in meth for an April 20, 2017 controlled drug buy. A CBCF is a form of prison which focuses on substance abuse treatment and education.
• Travis W. Perrine, 32, of Fairmount, Ind., was fined $500 Wednesday and sentenced to a 90-day discretionary jail sentence for failure to provide his change of address. According to his indictment, he was convicted May 22, 2008 of pandering sexually-oriented matter through Sandusky County Common Pleas Court.
• Robert A. Sams, 19, most recently of 99 N. Hester St., pleaded guilty Tuesday to two counts of aggravated trafficking in meth and one charge of engaging in a pattern of corrupt activity. In exchange, prosecutors dismissed five counts of aggravated trafficking in drugs and one charge each of engaging in a pattern of corrupt activity and aggravated possession of drugs. Conway revoked the defendant’s $100,000 bond Tuesday and set Sams’ sentencing hearing for May 9.