Three defendants were sentenced and two pleaded guilty before Logan County Common Pleas Court Judge Mark O'Connor earlier this week.
Jeffrey Bolling (pictured), 21, of Mt. Victory, was sentenced to three years in prison for robbery.
On October 29th, the Bellefontaine Police Department arrested Bolling for an armed robbery at the Village Pantry, 1138 North Main Street.
Bolling was located at 140 1/2 North Stanley Street.
Police recovered a pocket knife on him.
A green sweatshirt matching the description of the suspect was recovered at the residence.
Bolling was charged with a felony count of aggravated robbery.
He reportedly entered the store on October 26th around eight p.m. and pulled out a pocket knife and demanded money.
The clerk complied and Bolling fled on foot with an undisclosed amount of cash.
In November, Bolling was indicted for aggravated robbery (F1) and tampering with evidence (F3).
He pleaded guilty to robbery last month.
William Oglesbee, 33, of Bellefontaine, pleaded guilty to theft and a community control violation. He was sentenced to nine months in prison.
Vicky Ford, 58, of Russells Point, was sentenced to five years community control and ordered to pay a $500 fine, court costs, restitution, and attorney fees for theft.
Anthony Tipps, 53, of Dayton, and Robert Finch, 32, of Bellefontaine, each pleaded guilty to trafficking in drugs.
Presentence investigations were ordered and sentencings are scheduled for March 26th.