WILMINGTON — A local woman, convicted of low-level theft and forgery felonies, was placed this week on what’s labeled an intense supervision plan of the court’s Probation Department.
Lacy A. Haley, 28, of Wilmington, has previously been supervised on an intervention plan and has completed programming at the STAR Community Justice Center, stated court papers.
“She is currently in local programming and shall continue in that endeavor,” Clinton County Common Pleas Judge John W. “Tim” Rudduck wrote in his judgment entry.
As part of her community controls, Haley must take part in programs authorities find necessary, stated Rudduck, “with special emphasis placed upon mental health issues and substance issues that exist.”
She must report in person at least once a week with local probation staff.
A six-month jail term was suspended, with credit given for 30 days she spent in the county jail.
Restitution in the forgery case is $96 to be paid to the individual victim; and restitution in the theft offense is $2,624 for which New Sabina Industries is listed as the victim. According to prosecution, New Sabina Industries has been reimbursed.
The term of Haley’s community controls is two years. She faces a possibility of nine months in prison if she violates the conditions of her community controls.
In an unrelated sentencing, Victoria L. Wolfe, 27, of Wilmington, was also put on an intense supervision plan of the court’s Probation Department. Her conviction is for possessing heroin.
Wolfe violated terms of her intervention plan, according to the judge.
After the violation and after her intervention plan was revoked, she used morphine on Aug. 4, 2014 while waiting sentencing in the heroin possession case, wrote Rudduck.
According to court papers, Wolfe has “substance abuse issues.” She has medical back issues “for which she was previously prescribed pain medication,” Rudduck stated.
Her license to drive was suspended for six months, but she can seek driving privileges.
Wolfe presently is in custody for the Clinton County Municipal Court at the jail.
If she violates her community controls, she might be sent to prison for nine months. Credit was given for 41 days in jail.