Three men sentenced Monday in Common Pleas Court


By Erik Martin - emartin@aimmedianetwork.com



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GREENVILLE — A Troy, Ohio, man will spend three years in prison after pleading guilty to burglary.

Brady P. McCormick, 27, appeared Monday in Darke County Common Pleas Court to be sentenced on three felony counts — burglary, grand theft and theft. He was accused of breaking into a home and stealing money.

He was represented by defense attorney Dave Rohrer. Darke County Prosecuting Attorney R. Kelly Ormsby spoke for the state.

In addition to his prison sentence, McCormick must pay court costs and $1,000 in restitution to the theft victims.

Others also faced sentencing hearings Monday.

Gary S. Miller, 37, of Greenville, was sentenced to three days in jail with three days credited after pleading guilty to three felony counts of grand theft, vandalism, and theft from an elderly person. He was accused of taking a car and stealing money and other items from the vehicle.

He was also represented in court by Rohrer, with Assistant Prosecutor Jesse Green representing the state.

Miller must also serve house arrest with work release privileges for 30 days and was ordered to pay court costs and $2,000 in restitution. He is also subject to community control for 60 months.

Michael S. Fritz, 32, of Greenville, was sentenced to 42 days in jail, with work release, and up to 60 months of community control after pleading no contest to an amended charge of aggravated menacing, a fifth-degree felony.

He was represented in court by defense attorney Steven Hobbs. Ormsby represented the state.

Fritz must also pay court costs and a fine of $250.

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By Erik Martin

emartin@aimmedianetwork.com

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