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LISBON — Shane Potts, 30, Avondale Street, East Liverpool, was sentenced in Common Pleas Court to 18 months in prison for burglary, a first-degree felony. Potts broke into the Park Boulevard East, East Liverpool, home of Gloria Sosack by kicking the door on Sept. 8. He took her phone and $100, then picked up her dog and threw it at her. Potts was credited with 236 days already served.

Ronald Green, 36, Cleveland, was sentenced to eight months in prison and credited with 17 days served for possession of drugs, a fifth-degree felony. Green had carfentanil on Oct. 24, 2017.

Jolynn N. Varrati, 39, Market Street, East Liverpool, was found eligible for intervention in lieu of conviction. Varrati pleaded guilty to aggravated possession of drugs for fentanyl she had on Aug. 2, 2018. She was placed on a three-year intervention program.

Geary O. Bable, 56, Pioneer Road, Negley, was found eligible for intervention in lieu of conviction. He pleaded guilty to permitting drug abuse, possession of cocaine, possession of heroin and possession of a fentanyl-related compound. He was placed on a three-year intervention program.

Robert B. German, 36, Prospect Street, Salem, pleaded guilty to aggravated possession of drugs for having oxycodone on June 11, 2019. German had been found eligible for intervention in lieu of conviction and was placed on a three-year intervention program.

Colton W. Jones, 28, East Fourth Street, Salem, was found eligible for intervention in lieu of conviction. Jones pleaded guilty to aggravated possession of drugs for methamphetamines he had on Nov. 3, 2018. He was placed on a three-year intervention program.

Chad Dotson, 30, Franklin Avenue, Salem, was placed on a three-year community control program and credited with 108 days of jail time served for two counts of aggravated possession of drugs. On June 5, 2018, Dotson had a mixture containing methamphetamines and amphetamine.

Amber Marie Palmer, 31, Richmond, was found eligible for intervention in lieu of conviction and pleaded guilty to possession of cocaine for drugs she had on April 9, 2019. Palmer was placed on a three-year intervention program.

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