A Hillsboro man was sentenced in Highland County Common Pleas Court to community control on counts of breaking and entering and possession.
Zyndall Russell, 35, was sentenced to three years of community control on one count of breaking and entering, a fifth-degree felony, and one count of aggravated possession of methamphetamine, a fifth-degree felony.
Russell was ordered to successfully complete Family Recovery Services treatment and aftercare. If Russell violates any of the community control sanctions, he would be given a sentence of six and 24 months and ordered to pay a fine of $5,000.
According to court documents for both counts, on or around Jan. 13, 2022, at 3:15 a.m., the Highland County Sheriff’s Office received a call from a resident on North Shore Drive about somebody that was on their property. Upon arrival, deputies found a black truck parked in the driveway. They also saw two people, Russell and a co-conspirator. Russell initially ran, but a deputy was able to catch him.
After a pat down, a deputy asked Russell if he had anything he should not. He said that he had meth in his wallet. The deputy removed a baggie from Russell’s wallet and it found to contain a white crystal substance.
While searching the suspects, miscellaneous fishing, first-aid items and other various items were found. The co-conspirator said they stole the items from the house. The substance found inside the wallet was sent to BCI and found to contain meth.
Kimra Snyder, 32, Greenfield, was sentenced to three years of community control on one count of illegal conveyance of drugs of abuse onto the grounds of a governmental facility, a third-degree felony. Snyder was accepted into the New Way to Recovery Drug Court Docket for a period of three years.
If Snyder violates any of the community control or drug court docket sanctions, she would be given a sentence of nine to 36 months and ordered to pay a fine of $10,000.
According to court documents, on April 4, 2022, a bailiff was receiving inmates at the Greenfield Jail when they saw inmate Snyder “slide a pink paper fold” to another inmate. The bailiff asked the other inmate for the piece of paper, but the other inmate put the pink paper into their mouth. It was spit out after being ordered to by the bailiff.
A sergeant entered the jail and found the pink paper fold that was partially wet on the floor. There was a white powder substance inside. The sergeant advised a patrol officer of the discovery and Snyder’s cell was searched. Inside, the sergeant found a plastic bag that contained a chunky white powder on the floor beside the toilet. The sergeant also found a paper snort tube with white powder inside.
Snyder said she brought the substances into the jail. She said that she’d used narcotics while in the facility and that the other inmate asked her for narcotics. The substance found inside her cell and the substance inside the pink paper fold were submitted to BCI for analysis and were found to contain a fentanyl-related compound.
Arron Tumbleson, 27, Greenfield, was sentenced on one count of aggravated possession of a fentanyl-related compound, a fifth-degree felony.
Court records stated that Tumbleson must successfully complete Star and aftercare. He must remain in jail until conveyed to the Star program. Tumbleson violates any of the community control sanctions, he would be given a sentence of six and 12 months and ordered to pay a fine of $2,500.
According to court documents, on Feb. 12, 2022, a patrol officer was on duty in a marked cruiser while northbound on North Washington Street in Greenfield. As the officer went westbound onto Mill Street, they saw a black Ford Fusion with no visible license plate, parked in the North End Mini Mart. The patrol officer then drove around the block and parked. A short time later, the patrol officer saw two people exit the mart and enter the black vehicle.
The car turned onto North Washington Street where the patrol officer caught up to it and activated the overhead lights on the cruiser.
Tumbleson said that he’d purchased the vehicle “within the past hour” and gave a receipt. He said that he’d get a license plate for it as soon as the BMV opened. The officer ran both of the IDs through dispatch and was advised that Tumbleson had an active warrant from the Jackson Ohio State Patrol Post for failure to appear and was also a suspended driver. Tumbleson was placed in handcuffs.
The officer started a search of Tumbleson and found a baggie that contained one while blue pill and a half of a blue pill. The whole pill had a M30marking. The pills were then secured and Tumbleson placed in the rear of thecruiser. The officer asked Tumbleson if he knew what the pills were and Tumbleson said they were Percocet 30s and that he had just picked them up because he was in pain from an auto accident.
Tumbleson was then transported to the Greenfield Police Department. The pills were submitted to BCI for analysis, where the whole tablet was found to contain a fentanyl-related compound.
Jason Bond, Jr., 20, Greenfield, was sentenced to three years of community control on one count of aggravated possession of meth.
Bond, Jr. must successfully complete the Massie House substance use disorder treatment and aftercare. If he violates the community control sanctions, he would be given a sentence of nine to 36 months and ordered to pay a fine of $10,000.
According to court documents, on or around Aug. 3, 2022, Bond, Jr. possessed meth in an amount equal to or exceeding the bulk amount.
Kyle Combs, 52, Hillsboro, was sentenced to three years of community control on one count of aggravated possession of a fentanyl-related compound, a fifth-degree felony.
Court records stated that Combs must successfully complete SUD and aftercare at TCC. If he violates any community control sanctions, he would be given a sentence of six to 12 months and ordered to pay a fine of $2,500.
According to court documents, on June 16, 2022, a probation officer contacted dispatch at the Greenfield Police Department and said that Combs was being held on a probation violation because of a failed drug screening. A patrol officer responded. The patrol officer placed Combs in handcuffs and took him to the Greenfield Jail.
While the patrol officer was searching him before entering jail, the officer found a small plastic bag containing a white powder. The officer asked Combs about the substance and Combs he didn’t know what it was. The substance was submitted to BCI and was found to contain a fentanyl-related compound.
Logan McGraw, 27, Bainbridge, was sentenced to three years of community control on one count of aggravated possession of drugs, a fifth-degree felony.
Court records stated that he must successfully complete SUD treatment and aftercare at Brightview and serve five consecutive days in jail. If McGraw violates any of the community control sanctions, he would be given a sentence of six to 12 months and ordered to pay a fine $2,500.
According to court documents, on or around June 21, 2017, a patrol officer was dispatched to a residence on Lafayette Street in Greenfield about a possible overdose. McGraw was found on the steps unresponsive. Emergency medical services removed him from the scene.
McGraw was taken to a hospital and admitted that he had ingested carfentanil orally. Officers found a needle in the living room floor of the abandoned home. McGraw was then told to get an assessment but he did not complete it.
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