'Sticky fingers' defendant ordered to CBCF

A locked-down treatment center is the punishment for a local thief.
Cary Ashby
Oct 12, 2012

A Willard thief will spend the next four to six months in a locked-down treatment center.

As part of his three years of intensive probation, Jesse H. Moore, 24, of 415 W. Tiffin St., will be in a community-based corrections facility (CBCF), a form of prison which focuses on substance abuse education and treatment.

In late August, Moore pleaded guilty to theft for an incident between March 5 and 6. As part of a plea deal, prosecutors agreed to dismiss one count each of breaking and entering and receiving stolen property.

"He's got some sticky fingers. He likes to take things and sell them. We think a CBCF is a proper resolution," Huron County Prosecutor Russell Leffler said.

Moore, who declined to speak on his own behalf Tuesday, was ordered to pay $50 in restitution to the male victim to replace some padlocks and $100 in restitution to the Willard Police Department.

Credited with serving 114 days in the Huron County Jail, Moore earlier was screened and accepted into a CBCF.

Comments

me in ohio

DO YOU REALLY THINK THIS WILL WORK.....?????? IT NEVER DID BEFORE ....SO HE WILL BE STICKY FINGERING AGAIN AS SOON AS HE GETS OUT......ITS LIKE A FAMILY TRADITION....!!!!!!

Dusty

I don't know why they think CBCF works even the criminals know it that's why the smart ones opt for the jail or prison time

44846GWP

He "finds" things!

Brock Lee

magnetick fingers