Drug defendant has bond, trial set

Local resident accused of possessing and dealing several drugs.
Cary Ashby
Aug 5, 2014


A New London man accused of possessing and dealing several drugs has a trial date of Oct. 14.

John W. Youngless III, 33, of 1546 S. U.S. 250, is charged with two counts of trafficking in buprenorphine/naloxone in connection with incidents on Feb. 22 and 24. He also faces one charge each of possession of oxycodone and possession of heroin, both stemming from a March 17 offense.

Youngless recently entered "not guilty" pleas to each of the felonies.

"He might be a medical liability because of his bills," said Huron County Public Defender David Longo when addressing bond.

Huron County Common Pleas Court Judge Jim Conway set Youngless' bail at $10,000. The defendant is subject to random drug screens.

Youngless, who was in the hospital over the weekend for an undisclosed reason, said he has a prior felony conviction, but he isn't on probation or under supervision.

The judge appointed Mike Jackson to represent Youngless due to a conflict with the public defender's office.



About time, he's only had a warrant for two years!


There was nothing or anyone else that he could bust. The heroin co.sheriff's department had to take him off the payroll.what a scumbag..with the so called medical he will try to get a break..but he knows what is going to happen when he hits the walls again.all the people you told on are waiting on you.lmfao!!



NotSoSober's picture

i like his chances being represented by the king of pop.


Im confused, What do they mean medical liability because of his bills?


Because he plays the doctor game. Heroin county can't afford to run him to the doctor every time he crys and wines.


cries and whines