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Wednesday, 16 January 2008

Ann Goode

Ann Goode, 36, 2722 S. Muddy Creek North Road, is charged with a probation violation in Ottawa County Common Pleas Court. She is being held in the Ottawa County Detention Facility on a $10,000 bond.
Goode is scheduled for an arraignment at 11:45 a.m. Thursday. The court appointed Chris Marcinko of Port Clinton as her attorney during her initial appearance Monday.
She was serving three years of probation after she conspired with her juvenile son and a Graytown teen to rob a dead man's home during his funeral in 2004. She pleaded no contest to one felony count of burglary and was found guilty in 2006.
Goode's probation officer, Darla Clemons, found a rifle in a pickup truck at Goode's home and a muzzleloader, a weapon used for hunting, in her residence, according to an Ottawa County Sheriff's Office report. Anyone convicted of a felony cannot have a firearm, according to Ohio law.
Clemons said she checked on Goode's home after wildlife officials and other agencies received complaints that Goode had guns. Goode's attorney was not available for comment Tuesday.
Judge Paul Moon released Goode from prison in August and placed her on probation after she asked for early release to spend time with her four children. She had served 14 months of her two-year sentence in the Ohio Reformatory for Women in Marysville.
If convicted of the probation violation, Goode could serve the remaining 10 months of her sentence or be sentenced to time in local jail, Clemons said.


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