Six get sentenced on variety of drug charges in Highland County court


By David Wright - [email protected]



Harrison Resor, right, awaits his sentence in Highland County Common Pleas Court Wednesday morning. Also shown are defense attorney Adam King, center, and Highland County Prosecutor Anneka Collins.


Six people received three-year community control sentences and were ordered to complete drug treatment programs Wednesday in Highland County Common Pleas Court, according to court documents.

Highland County Common Pleas Judge Rocky Coss ordered the following:

Kaleb Osceola, 23, Greenfield, was sentenced to three years of community control sanctions and was ordered to complete a residential drug treatment program after being convicted of aggravated possession of drugs, a fifth-degree felony.

Johnny Penwell, 38, Hillsboro, was sentenced to three years of community control sanctions and was ordered to complete a drug treatment program after being convicted of burglary, a third-degree felony.

Michael Boles, 36, Greenfield, was sentenced to three years of community control sanctions and was ordered to complete a residential drug treatment program after being convicted of receiving stolen property, a fifth-degree felony.

Billie Jean Willett, 36, Hillsboro, was sentenced to three years of community control sanctions and was ordered to complete a residential drug treatment program after being convicted of two counts receiving stolen property and misuse of credit cards, both fifth-degree felonies.

Marshall Faries, 35, Hillsboro, was sentenced to three years of community control sanctions after being convicted of two counts of illegal processing of drug documents, a fourth-degree felony.

Harrison Resor, 32, Mowrystown, was sentenced to three years of community control sanctions and was ordered to complete a residential drug treatment program after being convicted of trafficking, a fifth-degree felony; aggravated trafficking, a fourth-degree felony; and two counts of possession, a fifth-degree felony.

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Harrison Resor, right, awaits his sentence in Highland County Common Pleas Court Wednesday morning. Also shown are defense attorney Adam King, center, and Highland County Prosecutor Anneka Collins.
http://timesgazette.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/02/web1_cropIMG_8771.jpgHarrison Resor, right, awaits his sentence in Highland County Common Pleas Court Wednesday morning. Also shown are defense attorney Adam King, center, and Highland County Prosecutor Anneka Collins.

By David Wright

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