Four defendants were sentenced and five pleaded guilty before Logan County Common Pleas Court Judge Mark O'Connor earlier this week.
Cara Stolly (pictured), 48, of Bellefontaine, was sentenced to the West Central Community Correctional Facility, five years community control, and given a six-month license suspension for five counts of deception to obtain a dangerous drug and violating her probation.
In April, the Logan County Joint Drug Task Force arrested Stolly at her residence.
She was charged with 17 counts of deception to obtain dangerous drugs.
Authorities said that Stolly was using forged prescription documents to obtain pain relievers.
Daniel Dearwester, 25, of Bellefontaine, was sentenced to three years community control, ordered to obtain his GED, and ordered to pay court costs and attorney fees for trafficking in drugs.
Andrew Mensink, 30, of Springfield, was sentenced to fifteen months in prison for burglary and unauthorized use of a motor vehicle.
Andre Pullen, 25, of Springfield, was sentenced to six months in prison to run concurrently with a sentence from Clark County for carrying a concealed weapon.
Paul McCann, 66, of West Liberty, pleaded guilty to illegal use of a minor in nudity oriented material.
Delbert Day, 25, of Russells Point, pleaded guilty to aggravated assault and harassment with a bodily substance.
Presentence investigations were ordered and sentencings are scheduled for July 16th.
Kenneth Engle, 42, of Bellefontaine, pleaded guilty to theft, Tesa Frye, 21, of West Liberty, pleaded guilty to receiving stolen property, and Alex Shull, 20, of Bellefontaine, pleaded guilty to receiving stolen property and forgery. All three were placed on the prosecutor's pretrial diversion program.