A Greenfield woman who is currently under a six-count indictment appeared in the Hillsboro Municipal Court Wednesday on a bench warrant issued last month.
According to Highland County Common Pleas Court records, Alixsae Behlke, 25, was indicted this month on two counts of trafficking in heroin in the vicinity of a school, both fourth-degree felonies; one count of trafficking in heroin, a fifth-degree felony; and three counts of possession of heroin, all fifth-degree felonies.
Jail records show that Behlke was arrested Tuesday evening.
She appeared in municipal court Wednesday. According to records, a warrant was issued for her arrest on Sept. 18 for failure to comply with the probation department.
She was convicted in August of fourth-degree misdemeanor unauthorized use of property, according to records. At that time, all but three days of a 30-day jail sentence were suspended. A $250 fine was also suspended.
Records added that Behlke was ordered to have no contact with Walmart, to perform 20 hours of community service, to pay restitution, and to complete a theft class.
After appearing on a bench warrant Wednesday, Behlke’s bond was set at $5,000. She was placed on reporting probation.
In other cases, a jail sentence is set to be reviewed for Timothy Vogel, 26, Fayetteville.
According to records, Vogel pled guilty to second-degree misdemeanor possession of drug abuse instruments in 2012. He also pled guilty to a minor misdemeanor charge for possession of marijuana and was fined $50.
On the other charge, all but 10 days of a 90-day jail sentence were suspended. He was placed on reporting probation and ordered to obtain counseling. His license was suspended for six months.
Since his conviction, a total of three warrants have been issued for Vogel’s arrest, records show. The one he appeared on Wednesday was issued in August after he failed to appear for a review hearing.
Vogel was found guilty of a probation violation. A 70-day jail sentence will be reviewed in December, records show. Vogel’s reporting probation was extended for two years.
A jail sentence is also set to be reviewed for Sharon Tong, 55, Wilmington. She appeared on a warrant Wednesday that was issued after she failed to appear for an August review hearing.
According to records, Tong pled guilty to fourth-degree misdemeanor disorderly conduct while intoxicated in May. All but two days of a 30-day jail sentence were suspended, as was $100 of a $250 fine. Tong was ordered to perform 20 hours of community service.
Tong was found guilty of a probation violation Wednesday, records showed. A 15-day jail sentence will be reviewed in January. She was given credit for two days in jail.
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