Medina County Courthouse

Friday, August 27, 2010

Wadsworth Man Sentenced for Burglary & Theft of a Dangerous Drug

Jeremy J. Dusek, 21, of Ridge Road in Wadsworth, Ohio, was sentenced by Judge James L. Kimbler for one count of Burglary, a third degree felony, and one count of Theft of a Dangerous Drub, a fourth degree felony.

Judge Kimbler sentenced Mr. Dusek on Thursday, August 26. Judge Kimbler sentenced Mr. Dusek to the Lorain County Community Based Correctional Facility; put him on supervision by the Probation Department for four years following his release from LCCBCF; ordered him to obtain a mental health assessment through the Probation Department's in-house counselor; ordered him to neither possess or consume alcohol; submit to drug-alcohol testing as ordered and be arrested on first positive finding; attend three AA/NA meetings per week; have no contact with the victim or her family; pay supervision and drug testing fees; and make best efforts to obtain and maintain employment. He was also ordered to make restitution to the victims, which he paid prior to sentencing.

Mr. Dusek was charged with breaking into the home the parents of his former girlfriend. He took prescription drugs. The restitution ordered by Judge Kimbler was for the cost of the drugs. When asked by the probation officer who prepared the pre-sentence investigation report why he committed this offense, Mr. Dusek explained that he went to the home to see his ex-girlfriend. He walked into the home after he knocked on the door and no one answered. He saw the pills on a counter. He explained that the pills were "calling his name" so he took them and left.

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