MIAMI COUNTY — Donald Purk, 37, of Piqua, was sentenced to served two years of community control for fifth-degree felony possession of drugs in the Miami County Common Pleas Court on Monday. Purk plead guilty to the charge on July 15.
If Purk violates terms of his community control, he will serve 12 months in prison. He was ordered to complete all treatment recommendations from the Miami County Recovery Council. He received 113 days of jail credit.
• Avonlea Adams, 24, of Piqua, was granted intervention in lieu of conviction in Miami County Common Pleas Court on Monday. Adams entered a guilty plea to charges of fifth-degree forgery and fourth-degree felony receiving stolen property. If she successfully completes all intervention programs during two years of community control, the felony convictions will be dropped from her record. She was ordered to have no contact with the co-defendant.
• Patricia Slagle, 30, of Piqua, was sentenced for count one fourth-degree felony illegal possession of food stamps and count two fifth-degree felony possession of drugs in Miami County Common Pleas Court on Monday.
Following a joint recommendation, Judge Christopher Gee sentenced Slagle to serve nine months in prison for each count. The sentences will run concurrently. Slagle received 89 days of jail credit. Slagle’s driver’s license was suspended for six months and she was ordered to pay restitution plus court costs.