Wauseon Man Sentenced To Prison For Disrupting Public Services & Domestic Violence


A Wauseon, Ohio man was sentenced on January 12, 2022, in the Fulton County Common Pleas Court according to county prosecutor Scott A. Haselman.

Daniel Lane, Jr., 33, previously pleaded guilty to Domestic Violence and Disrupting Public Services. He threatened a family or a household member and made them believe that he would cause imminent physical harm to them, and he broke their cell phone so they could not call law enforcement or emergency services.

Judge Jeffrey L. Robinson sentenced Mr. Lane to prison for 13 months for Disrupting Public Services and to CCNO for 90 days for Domestic Violence. Said sentences to be served concurrently with one another, for a total sentence of 13 months. Defendant was also ordered to pay prosecution costs.


 

4 Comments on "Wauseon Man Sentenced To Prison For Disrupting Public Services & Domestic Violence"

  1. Stan the Anti-Tax Man | January 13, 2022 at 11:49 pm | Reply

    Yes, one of two sentencing hearings and two arraignments scheduled on the 12th, beginning at 2:00 PM with the last case event (arraignment) at 3:30 PM. Probably done by 3:45 PM at the latest. Nothing in the morning, according to the online calendar, and nothing in the afternoon until 2 PM. Just an empty courtroom with all those fancy new spectator seats, including TV monitors in every juror’s seat in the jury box. Lavishly renovate it, and they will not come.

    Money well spent. Makes you wonder how much of the rest of Fulton County’s high-priced real estate goes unused through the course of aN average day. Empty conference rooms, for example. Again, keep in mind the median income in Fulton County according to census data is $29,000.

    • Robert “Big Bob” Fulton | January 14, 2022 at 1:57 pm | Reply

      Yes, it is like no one among Fulton County’s ruling elites, elected and unelected, realized that wallowing in nostalgia has a fiscal cost like everything else, and is not by any means a plan for economic progress. “Hurray! Our old courthouse has been restored to its earlier glory!” Meanwhile, the Village of Fayette had to go begging to the State of Ohio with hat in hand for help with a new water treatment facility and infrastructure.
      Likewise, the property formerly owned by Aero Beech Ltd., that great engine of commerce headquartered out next to the airport, and worthy of a ten year tax break in the early 2000s, is now the property of the entity that gave it that tax break, the Fulton County Board of Commissioners, which evidently intends to convert it into a “back up” fire and rescue station for the northern tier of the county. Yet the Village of Fayette and Gotham Twp., which are in that northern tier, have indicated their fire department needs a new fire hall as well. Huh? Create a “backup” station before addressing the need for a new local station? What’s really going on here?
      Also, what about the economic development that Aero Beech created with its tax break? Hasn’t that been killed by this purchase? Are we really to believe this is addition by subtraction, meaning reducing the tax base by a parcel to service the rest? Or has Aero Beech perhaps grown to such an extent it is moving into a larger facility? Very confusing. Some transparency would be helpful.
      Meanwhile, the Twenty First Century grows restless, waiting for Fulton County, Ohio to show up. Maybe she’s in the jury box trying out the video monitors.

  2. Old C McDonald | January 14, 2022 at 12:18 am | Reply

    “Ordered to pay prosecution costs.” The county prosecuting attorney makes $ 126,577 a year. A common pleas court judge this year will draw a salary of $155,485. If he’s a taxpayer, isn’t he already paying those costs?

  3. Stan the Anti-tax Man | January 14, 2022 at 12:29 am | Reply

    Haselman and Robinson. A couple of corrupt dirtbags not fit to judge anybody.

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