MEDINA — A man convicted of a Mother’s Day carjacking in Wadsworth will spend four years in prison.
Antoine Petty, 23, of Fairlawn, was sentenced Monday by Medina County Common Pleas Judge Christopher J. Collier after pleading guilty Aug. 30 to one count of robbery, a second-degree felony.
The plea was part of a deal in which county Assistant Prosecutor Scott Salisbury agreed to drop a second charge of third-degree felony robbery.
Petty was accused of robbing 41-year-old Suzi Snyder at a Marathon service station, 143 Broad St., Wadsworth, on Mother’s Day, May 12.
Also in court Monday:
• William Osiek, 50, of Cleveland, was sentenced to one year of community control sanctions on a count of theft, a fifth-degree felony. Osiek faced up to a year in prison after he pleaded no contest Sept. 16 to conspiring with another man to steal $62,000 worth of guitars and clothing from CPS Delivery Systems, where they worked.
The other defendant in that case, Stephen Bugg, 44, of Elyria, is set for sentencing Nov. 12. Bugg pleaded no contest to a fourth-degree felony theft charge on May 13.
• Scott Morgan, 45, of LaGrange, was sentenced to 18 months in prison after being found guilty on three counts of public indecency, third-degree felonies.
Morgan was arrested in April after exposing himself to several young Amish girls in Homer Township.
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