Common Pleas Court had a lighter than normal agenda Wednesday morning.
Benjamin Hurley, 27, Van Wert, was placed on a year of community control and ordered to spend 180 days in the Van Wert County Jail on a charge of theft, a misdemeanor of the first degree. Judge Steele ordered Hurley pay restitution in the amount of $249.23 to the victim, $250 as partial reimbursement for his court appointed attorney and court costs.
Hurley was given credit for 105 days jail which he had served on the charge awaiting final disposition of his case.
Cody J. Edwards, 21, Saginaw, Texas, entered a guilty plea to a charge of Vandalism a felony of the fourth degree for his part in the destruction of construction equipment at a windmill site in July of this year.
Two other individuals, along with Edwards, were arrested for the destruction of a crane along with other lighting equipment which was property of Blattner Energy Company.
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