Drug defendant granted intervention

Local man will avoid felony conviction if he stays out of further trouble.
Cary Ashby
Oct 13, 2013

A Bellevue drug defendant could have a conviction withheld from his criminal record if he successfully completes a local court's substance abuse program.

Troy A. Snezek, 26, of 975 Monroe St., Apt. 123, was granted intervention in lieu of conviction Wednesday in Huron County Common Pleas Court. He was placed on three years of probation.

Snezek, who is subject to random drug screens, is charged with one count of trafficking in oxycodone.

The suspect was one of 18 people arrested on secret indictments during a three-county sweep in mid-April coordinated by the Huron County Sheriff's Office. Local deputies plus those from Erie, Richland and Sandusky counties and members of seven police departments assisted in the arrests during "Operation: Crystal Clear."

Comments

alwaysatfault

Amazing ones who are selling are getting by with less sentence then ones buying and using , hello we gotta stop the sellers to stop the users wow no time and random drug screens he must know someone!!

somescrewyname

Mr. Troy A. Snezek,I hope you take this opportunity to do what Mr.Keith S.Fox Jr . did, and take control of your life back from drugs.I don't know if you earned this opportunity, or if the court is just showing you mercy, but either way I hope you use this to make life better for you and your family.I would say good luck, but luck will have nothing to do with it, it will be hard work on your part. So I will wish you the best.

Need Change

Get it right man it's your choice to do the next right thing. Everyone has shortcomings and many have been where you are today. You can make it and live a productive life...