MOUNT VERNON — Knox County Common Pleas Court Judge Otho Eyster handed down sentences in four felony cases Thursday, according to Prosecutor John Thatcher.
In separate cases, Angela M. Doup, 27, Mount Vernon, was convicted of attempted domestic violence for attempting to assault a family member on April 4. Doup was also convicted of possessing heroin on April 22. Doup was sentenced to a three-year term of community control supervision, including a 90-day jail sentence and mandatory inpatient drug treatment. Doup will serve an 11-month prison sentence if she violates the terms of her community control supervision. Sgt. Fred Gerber, Mount Vernon Police Department, investigated the domestic violence incident and Trooper Mason Boyce, Ohio State Highway Patrol, investigated the heroin possession charge.
Charles R. Fox, 19, Newark, was convicted of receiving stolen property for possessing a stolen personal computer, printer and stereo on June 8, 2010. Thatcher said Fox and two other men sold the stolen property at a computer store in Newark. Fox was sentenced to a three-year term of community control supervision, including a 60-day jail sentence, and a mandatory drug and alcohol assessment and monitoring. Fox was also ordered to pay restitution to the crime victim. Fox will serve an 11-month prison term if he violates the terms of his community control supervision. Deputy James Ferenbaugh, Knox County Sheriff’s Office, investigated the case.
Patrick T. Underwood, 26, Mount Vernon, was convicted of illegal processing of drug documents for altering an Oxycodone prescription and trying to have the prescription filled at a local pharmacy on Dec. 28, 2010. Underwood was sentenced to a three-year term of community control supervision, including a six-month driver’s license suspension, and a mandatory drug and alcohol assessment and monitoring. Underwood will serve a 17-month prison term if he violates the terms of his community control supervision. Patrolman Brian Durbin, MVPD, investigated the case.
On Aug. 7, 2009, Robert T. Osborne, 23, was convicted of receiving stolen property and sentenced to community control supervision. Osborne admitted he violated the terms of his supervision by serving a jail term for a domestic violence conviction in Marion County in July. Osborne’s supervision was continued for one year and he was ordered to pay all outstanding Knox County court costs.