Willard man blows probation, receives 22-month prison term

A Willard man admitted to four allegations of violating his probation Monday. He was sentenced to 22 months in prison. Chad M. Conley, 25, of 437 E. High St., will serve 10 months behind bars because the court credited him with serving a total of one year from two previous convictions, Huron County Assistant Prosecutor Daivia Kasper said. In one case, he was sentenced to up to six months in a community-based corrections facility (CBCF), a form of prison focusing on education and substance abuse treatment.
Cary Ashby
Jul 25, 2010

 

A Willard man admitted to four allegations of violating his probation Monday. He was sentenced to 22 months in prison.

Chad M. Conley, 25, of 437 E. High St., will serve 10 months behind bars because the court credited him with serving a total of one year from two previous convictions, Huron County Assistant Prosecutor Daivia Kasper said. In one case, he was sentenced to up to six months in a community-based corrections facility (CBCF), a form of prison focusing on education and substance abuse treatment.

During Monday's hearing, Conley admitted to testing positive for opiates and Oxycontin and failing to do substance abuse counseling, Kasper said. He also failed to follow the orders of his probation officer and didn't make office visits.

Originally, Conley was sentenced June 27, 2006 to three years of probation, 100 hours of community service and was fined $500 for trafficking in heroin. Less than four months later, he received an identical sentence for a separate conviction of trafficking in a counterfeit controlled substance.

In other court news:

The state withdrew its probation violation complaint Monday against Joseph W. Hardy, 47, of 671 Rome Greenwich Road, New London. His probation officer said Hardy complied with substance abuse counseling and paid all of his restitution, fines and costs. Kasper said Hardy was accused of testing positive for marijuana and failing to complete counseling.

On March 4, 2003, Hardy originally was sentenced to four months in the Huron County Jail with work release, five years of probation ordered to pay about $1,400 in restitution for attempted aggravated assault.

The court placed Andrew V. Hicks, 24, of 4094 Townline Road 12, Willard, on intensive supervision probation Monday in connection with failing to report to his probation officer. Kasper said Hicks has a 30-day jail sentence hanging over his head, which could be waived if he gets a job and keeps it for six months.

On June 27, 2006, Hicks was sentenced to three years of probation, 100 hours of community service and was fined $1,000 for complicity to trafficking in heroin. He also was ordered to participate in drug treatment court and had his driver's license suspended for six months.

"He did not do well in drug treatment court," Kasper said. The court then sent him to a CBCF, which he completed.

On Feb. 1, 2006, sheriff's deputies found between 10 and 50 doses of heroin behind the passenger seat in a vehicle during a Liberty Road, Willard, traffic stop near U.S. 224. Investigators said Hicks, the passenger, and his co-defendant were returning from Columbus after buying the drugs.

James M. Peak, 20, of 205 Center St., Bellevue, was sentenced Tuesday to three years of probation and up to six months in a CBCF for trafficking in drugs. He also was fined $500 and ordered to pay $90 in restitution to the Bellevue Police Department.

Peak sold hydrocodone tablets to a confidential informant in Bellevue, Assistant Prosecutor Richard Woodruff said.

Comments

and so (Anonymous)

what else has he blown anyway?

re; and so (An...

what r u talking about

still nothing (...

printed on the Dalton drug bust?? Maybe we all are dreaming?? It happened in Huron county?? Why wouldn't it be big news, espically after all the publicity he's gotten lately?? Makes me come to the conclusion the relative who works at the reflector doesn't want her neice in the paper?? I read on some comments somewhere on here and I do remember them, that when he was busted with the Hicks boy it was front page news for miles around?? So why is it all hush-hush this time. It really makes one wonder what is going on behind the scenes?? Did they want to exploit the Hicks boy for some reason? Looks like to me from what I have read he wasn't anybody. I don't mean that in a bad way to him so if his family reads this they won't misunderstand what I am trying to say. But who was he?? Someone the reflector had a grudge against?? Someone enlighten me, please. Maybe there's no story this time because it involves his wife and they are trying to protect her?? Anyone???

a friend of the...

says that Hicks's mom asked Ashby to make a few corrections when that story came out and from then on if the kid scratches his behind it is front page news. Even when Dalton would appear in court they always drug Hicks's name in it and there would be more about him than Dalton, in the article. Sounds like to me someone at the reflector has a problem with this man.

sounds like to ...

the narcs get protected so they can go back out and narc everyone else out. The ones dealing should get more time and fines than someone giving a ride or using in my opinion.

U WOULD THINK (...

THAT IS HOW IT WOULD WORK, BUTS ITS NOT!!

and so (Anonymous)

if you don't get it.. don't ask.(regarding my first post) i was using sarcasm.

plymouth police...

front page of willard times-junction's monday edition, on sale now.

re; and so (An...

I must be stupid, because I still don't understand?? Anyone else?? duh??

Tell us people ...

what the willard times has on the big drug bust. Pretty good a paper that only comes out twice a week beats out a newspaper that put a paper out 6 days a week. Now maybe the reflector will have to print it whether Mrs. Dalton's relatives work there or not.

yeah right (Ano...

their not going to print it. The case will be going to Richland county common pleas court very soon so we will have to keep up with the case via the internet court website. Unless Mansfield start printing about it. Come on 59 packs and thats not news Reflector, who are you trying to fool. Its a big cover plus I hear Huron county is p&ssed because they didn't get the case?

if hicks was wi...

then they would have printed it. Front page and center! Like who is Hicks anyways?? Why was the reflector so slap happy when it came to him?? He's nobody. Dave Dalton is news, come on, people have been complaining about this animal for 15 to 20 years. Espically since he has been dealing heroin. The only reasonable explanation is because Mrs. Dalton has family that works for the reflector. isn't that sweet.

Did the article...

that there was cash and a gun? That is the rumor????

plymouth police...

no

plymouth police...

Two Willard residents have been arrested and charged with possession of heroin following a Tuesday afternoon traffic stop by Plymouth Police Department.
According to Plymouth Police Chief Charles Doan, Tina L. Dalton, 35, 3233 Austin Drive Apt. 4 and David A. Dalton, 38, 3233 Austin Drive Apt. 4 have each been charged in Shelby Municipal Court with the drug charge.
Doan said officers saw the couple in a vehicle as they drove through the village around 3:15 p.m. "The vehicle had an unsecured license plate," the chief said.
Officers went in pursuit of the vehicle that was registered to Tina Dalton. Doan said he tried to stop the vehicle, but the driver refused to pull over.
"I observed considerable movement in the vehicle by the passenger,: Doan said.
Police eventyually got the vehicle to pull over. Doan said the occupants of the vehicle were seperated by police.
While police had the couple outside the car, Capt. Thomas Hintz said he saw the male, who was later identified by police as david Dalton, trying to conceal a plastic bag under the front wheel well.
"Further investigation revealed that the plastic bag contained numerous small aluminum foil packages," Doan said. "David Dalton was taken into custody along with Tina Dalton."
The couple was transported to the Richland County Jail. The suspected heroin found in the foil was taken to the Richland County Sheriff's Office, according to Doan, and was submitted to the crime lab.
"There were 59 heroin balloons found," said Officer Reggie Ganzhorn, "Street value is over $2000. Charges were filed after arrest warrants were obtained for David and Tina Dalton."
The couple was in Shelby court on Friday morning for pre-trail hearing. According to the Shelby Municpal Court, Tina Dalton and David dalton were each charged with possession of heroin, a felony of the second degree.

to the reflecto...

" READ IT AND WEEP!! THEY ARE PO'D AND SO IS THE HURON COUNTY SHERIFF'S DEPT AND THE WILLARD POLICE DEPT. BECAUSE IT TOOK THE LITTLE TOWN OF PLYMOUTH TO FINALLY GET THIS GUY AND THE WILLARD TIMES-JUNCTION TO PRINT THE STORY. "

Some years back...

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why is it even....

on here in the first place? Not the topic at hand.

plymouth police...

you said it. I didn't think she was ever charged with the embezzlement??? Can't think of her maiden name, duh, and she used to cut my hair.

re; plymouth po...

you do know as soon as the reflector see's your newspaper article it will be deleted. You know their paper has been so full of front page news lately that there's just not room for the "Dalton Bust nets 59 balloons." None of us wanted to know that we would rather read something like "Monroeville church marks 75th. anniversary." Now thats big new, lol.

Tina Robinson i...

Just wonder if their police records will follow them to Richland County. 2nd. degree felony ??? Is it just murder that carries a 1st. degree felony? Yo, Jerry SHackhouse, you are allowing your rental properties to become drug houses. Do you even care? People need to step up to the plate, and not strike out !! Sad, oh sad, sad, sad.....

Next headline (...

Should read "Dalton blows probation, receives 22 year PRISON sentence"

plymouth police...

good one "next headline", but they will be lucky to even get 22 months.

What else ... (...

has he "blown"...are you serious? another man's( fill in blank)...GET IT-NOW? you are either really young(in which case you shouldn't be on here or really old),but not dumb. I think the post was meant as a joke>

oh (Anonymous)

do that mean that jimmy peak is gay too?

hopefully (Anon...

if they ever do go to jail, stackhouse has the apt. professionaly cleaned. Whether or not they go to jail they should be evicted for using his rental properties for dealing drugs out of. He should have been evicted last year when he was busted. Why wasn't he stackhouse?? I think if the land owners know this is going on then they should evict them, if not they should have to loose their property. They are allowing it to go on, right stackhouse. You don't care as long as it gets the rent paid though. You scratch my back and I'll scratch yours, something like that huh?? p.s. the residents there should sue them for allowing this to go on while they have been living there. Stackhouse has knowingly let this go for years and I feel he ows the other tenants an apology, at the least.

to what else (A...

nope, don't get it still, please fill in the blank???

He wont lose hi...

the guy that moved in one house over from me wasnt even in the house 3 months when he got busted for drugs. He went into court and cried and they let him serve his time on weekends so he could keep his job and house. They didnt take his house and he was the one dealing. Now I am stuck with him over there and his girlfriend and her two brats that have no respect for other people's property. They have had 2 dogs now that bark all the time. Probably to alert them to police presence.

they stink (Ano...

what website do you go to? To see ppl citation or convictions?

re they stink (...

for huron county it is huron county clerk of courts click on case search you have better luck just typing in the last name and scrolling through what it brings up.

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