A Bainbridge woman whose case began in Highland County Common Pleas Court with a 2011 indictment is heading to prison after multiple probation violations.
Noel M. Bond, 31, was sentenced this week to nine months in prison on two counts of fifth-degree felony forgery.
Bond, according to court records, had previously been found guilty of probation violations two separate times earlier this year, and in October another notification alleging more violations was filed with the court. She was initially sentenced to community control and the STAR rehabilitation program in April 2012.
Court records show that the most recent probation violation allegations included her refusal to submit to a drug screen and her association with someone she is not supposed to be in contact with.
In other proceedings, Kathrine J. Page, 18, pled guilty to fifth-degree felony heroin possession and third-degree felony grand theft.
The court ordered a presentence investigation and set sentencing for Nov. 19. According to the plea agreements, the state will not oppose community control and the STAR program in either case.
Jacob W. Cox, 19, Greenfield, admitted to being terminated from a treatment program he was court-ordered to successfully complete. He is now required to successfully complete the STAR program and has been ordered to remain in jail until a bed opens up at the residential treatment facility.
In August, Cox was sentenced to community control and treatment after he pled guilty to third-degree felony illegal assembly or possession of chemicals for the manufacture of drugs.
Jacob Allen Tobin, 26, Hillsboro, was sentenced to community control and treatment on one count of fifth-degree felony aggravated possession of drugs. He pled guilty to the charge in September.
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